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Veloscente jamessmurthwaite's article
Jul 30, 2020 at 0:26
Jul 30, 2020
Video: Kirt Voreis Jibs Down Snow Summit Trails
That's Vail's formula for Noworthstar: charge $62 per day, do zero work on the trails. Honestly, if Vail would do half the work that Tamba does on Tahoe's free, public-access trails, their lift tickets might be worth half of what they ask. The popularity of the place mystifies me.
Veloscente danielsapp's article
Jul 3, 2020 at 13:45
Jul 3, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: What is Your MTB Capital of the World?
Oakridge, Oregon gets my vote for Loamtastic-Grin Capital of the World. Caught Eula Ridge zone at utter perfection after storm cycle. Have never grinned so much in my entire life. I reserve the right to change my mind if I ever make it up to Squamish and manage to grin more there ;~>
Veloscente singletrackZach's article
May 16, 2020 at 2:38
May 16, 2020
Review: Rotor 2INpower MTB Crank
Your price threshold is wildly unrealistic. Strain-gauge based power tech has been on bikes for over 30yrs. Price has come down from $3000 to as low as $350 for a reliable and accurate MTB power meters (Stages). Companies like 4iiii who have tried to push the price below the $300 mark have earned themselves a terrible rep for reliability. Strain gauges are precision instruments, & you need good engineers to design electronics that provide consistent data capture & wireless connectivity. Over the course of the last decade, we saw the price of reliable, entry-level power tech drop from ~$500 (Powertap Hub) to $350 (Stages XT Crankarm). You can wait another decade and pray that prices hit $200, or you can buy proven tech right now and actually use it while you're still young enough to produce your peak wattage
Veloscente mikekazimer's article
May 7, 2020 at 0:25
May 7, 2020
Review: Giro's New Manifest Helmet
Why would they texture the lower shell to look like raw foam from a disposable beer cooler? Giro's Roc-Loc fit system is the best in the biz, but their design team really needs major help w/ aesthetics: this helmet looks like you're wearing a Star-Wars ball & socket droid on your head!
Veloscente edspratt's article
Apr 6, 2020 at 21:44
Apr 6, 2020
Veloscente pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 3, 2020 at 23:38
Feb 3, 2020
Round 2 Voting Closed: 2019 Pinkbike Photo of the Year Contest
Desire to ride a line and aesthetics of a photo are two totally separate things. Shot of Brendog upside down at Rampage grabs both my eye and my gut but has nothing to do with my riding. That's not a strike against the image: it got my vote as the most striking photograph in that matchup. We're voting for photo of the year, not trick or trail of the year.
Veloscente sarahmoore's article
Jan 6, 2020 at 20:47
Jan 6, 2020
Nico Vink Joins Transition Bikes
@lehott: Dude, stop licking the toad. The dain bramage is irreversible, and it's really not fair to the toad.
Veloscente sarahmoore's article
Sep 1, 2019 at 12:57
Sep 1, 2019
[Updated] How to Watch the 2019 Mountain Bike World Champs
@yakimonti: Thanks for this lead! I usually only scroll down comments when in the mood for humor, but learning useful stuff like this def. has me feeling the PB love! This is going to be big hit with the fam come World Cup Soccer or Olympics!
Veloscente mikelevy's article
Aug 9, 2019 at 23:51
Aug 9, 2019
First Look: Maxxis' New Dissector Tire is Made for Dry, Loose Conditions
@GBeard: Sadly, it's not just a weight thing. I weigh 150lbs and have seriously warped two DHR2 EXO WTs in the last 12 months. Maxxis warrantied the first one since it happened w/ like zero tire wear. Since these are on a bike for tight, technical, undulating local trails I don't really notice the warpage until I get on bigger, straighter fireroads above 30mph. It's not an issue limited to just Maxxis tho. I run pressures in the low 20psi range, and hit corners fairly hard. Have Specialized & Schwalbe rear tires that have warped as well, albeit much later in their wear life.
Veloscente danielsapp's article
Aug 1, 2019 at 0:21
Aug 1, 2019
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