Nov 15, 2017 at 10:21Nov 15, 2017
Syncros Matchbox Tailor HV1.5 Bottle Cage – Review
Put your tools in a ziploc and drop the bag into a widemouth bottle!
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Nov 7, 2017 at 10:32Nov 7, 2017
The Tuesday Tune Ep 19: Rebound Damping - Video
Vorsprung Steve is back! The Tuesday Tune is best part of the off season!
arden0 paulaston's article
Oct 18, 2017 at 6:51Oct 18, 2017
Felt Bicycles 2018 - First Look
@Rasterman: I guess they are saying using the flat mount standard made it easier to move the brake mount to the chainstay rather than the seat stay, allowing them to design the seat stay to have more compliance and not have to beef it up for the added forces of a brake caliper. But it does seem weird as there have been lots of bikes with standard mountain caliper post mounts on the chainstay. I could see pros mixing a mountain lever and road caliper to save some weight.
arden0 RideCalibre's article
Oct 8, 2017 at 13:27Oct 8, 2017
Introducing the Calibre Line 10 - Video
@mhoshal: all my bikes are qr too and I'm not bothered one bit, though it's fair to say bikes with a solid rear triangle like Giant's maestro platform don't really benefit much from a stiffer axle, whereas you can definitely feel more flex with a qr on a more typical four bar style suspension. On a hardtail I think most people would be hard pressed to feel a difference.
Oct 6, 2017 at 13:25Oct 6, 2017
WTB Scraper i40 Rims - Review
Only one set of tires so far, but a DHF 2.5" WT and Agressor 2.3" popped onto my WTB Asym i29 rims with no fuss at all
Sep 28, 2017 at 9:13Sep 28, 2017
Diamondback's Carbon Release 5c – Review
VPP with less chain growth
arden0 mikekazimer's article
Sep 14, 2017 at 9:25Sep 14, 2017
CushCore Tire Insert - Review
You pinch right through the tire cutting the casing
arden0 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 13, 2017 at 20:43Sep 13, 2017
Yamaha to Launch Their Own eMTB Lineup
I don't mind people using ebikes to get outside, but I don't want my non motorized trails to be dumbed down even more to accomodate these heavy bikes piloted by casual Joes who have not learned to respect the trail through literal blood, sweat, and tears. Keep em on motorized offroad atv and dirtbike trails and we're all good. People argue that the emtb allows them to climb more and get more riding in, but are you still going to respect that epic section you used to have to pedal 2 hours to get to if you can now get a half doven laps in? Will that section still be as natural and challenging when traffic increases? Also I don't think Pinkbike should be admonished for publishing this press release, as it contains a lot of op-ed about what this could mean for the industry and sport.
arden0 mikekazimer's article
Aug 17, 2017 at 7:12Aug 17, 2017
Air vs Coil: Jesse Melamed and Remi Gauvin's Shock Options - Crankworx Whistler 2017
@mhoshal: as I understand it, the F in DHF once stood for Freeride, and the R in DHR stood for Race. If you look at the DHF on Maxxis' site they describe it as being front or rear. The DHRII sort of confused things because it was marketed to mate well with a DHF front, but the DHRII is also great front or rear, with better braking traction, tougher knobs, and more rolling resistance than the DHF.
Added 5 photos to Norco-CRR-3
Jul 27, 2017 at 9:06Jul 27, 2017