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YoKev alexcgevans's article
Feb 12, 2018 at 12:44
Feb 12, 2018
Social Saturday, Attempt Number 2
I forwarded Gee's video to Trek, and at least in their communication to me, they're not happy about it. at all.. They claim to be starting an 'internal' investigation into it. Hopefully they do something about this, as it takes a size XXXL asshole to not only run over a little kid(from making a mistake that new fricken riders learn to avoid no less), but to then think your move was so cool, you gotta post it on the internet to your minions
YoKev alexcgevans's article
Feb 12, 2018 at 2:57
Feb 12, 2018
Social Saturday, Attempt Number 2
Way to target fixate Gee... And on a little kid too. The kid was on the right(his) side of the trail too-where he should have been, and you couldn't help but target fixate yourself into running over him. If that'd been my kid and I was behind him, you would be spending the upcoming WC season in the bleachers. Please take your douche-bagery back to England, and leave our trails here in California to people who can avoid running over our kids
YoKev Will-Greenfield's article
Feb 10, 2018 at 0:42
Feb 10, 2018
YoKev paulaston's article
Feb 9, 2018 at 16:42
Feb 9, 2018
Check Out - February
@g-42: I bought into the hype over the last gen Shimano shoes, and they turned out to be a big disappointment. The upper/casing felt more like plastic than leather, which made them pretty uncomfortable, and as you said, the soles weren't even in the same area code as 5-10. I don't know why it's so hard for other companies to get even close to 5-10's sole's traction, but none of them ever have
YoKev vernonfelton's article
Feb 9, 2018 at 16:34
Feb 9, 2018
When Are New Standards Called For? - Pinkbike Poll
Since I'm not a fan of SRAM, I couldn't care less what screwball new 'standard' they brought out with/for their cranks. I'm too busy lighting the torches over all the new hub 'standards'
YoKev mikekazimer's article
Feb 8, 2018 at 23:28
Feb 8, 2018
The New YT Capra - Everything You Need to Know
Finally! A company has told SRAM to SUCK IT!
YoKev RichardCunningham's article
Feb 8, 2018 at 23:23
Feb 8, 2018
Opinion: Does Downhill Have Nowhere Else to Go?
Sorry bud, but DH MTB and DH skiing do NOT 'share the same lines'. Apparently you haven't seen much DH skiing, cuz if you had, you'd realize that your average DH ski track is FLAT. Because of their extreme speed, they get air over dips that your skis would never leave the ground on at 'mortal' speeds. DH MTB however runs on/over terrain that in a lot of cases, you can't even walk down with out something to hold onto., crazy-large rock gardens, holes, ruts, jumps/hits of every size/dimension/shape, and the condition of the ground on which this stuff is on, can change over the course of minutes from hard pack, to slimy ice'like mud. And where a DH bike gets air, unlike skiing, if you were to hit one of the obstacles at a slower speed(which would simply have you sticking to the ground on a DH ski run), on a DH WC course, you'd eat shit.....MASSIVELY, as WC DH jumps are NOT made to be rolled If you want to have something to compare it to, try MX/SX, Trials, or Enduro(the motorcycle variety). The vehicles are a lot more similar than a DH bike vs/ skis, and the terrain is a lot more similar too.
YoKev paulaston's article
Feb 4, 2018 at 21:24
Feb 4, 2018
Onza Aquila Aaron Gwin Signature DH Tire - Review
@gabriel-mission9: This is one of, if not THE best post I've ever read on here
YoKev paulaston's article
Feb 4, 2018 at 21:19
Feb 4, 2018
Onza Aquila Aaron Gwin Signature DH Tire - Review
@fartymarty: @fartymarty: Not if you're slamming rocks and/or jumping things that don't have land-able backsides
YoKev mikelevy's article
Feb 1, 2018 at 21:47
Feb 1, 2018
The REAL Story of That Single-Sided Carbon Fork
So he's got 64mm of stanchion there. Why not just cut down an MX coil spring fork? You've got a damping cartridge and spring in both fork legs, so you can pick either and go to town. I think one 49mm stanchion would be plenty for a mountain bike
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