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blu3 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 19, 2022 at 2:07
Oct 19, 2022
Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest: Win a RockShox Zeb Ultimate
1st: Brandon Semenuk 2nd: Tom Van Steenbergen 3rd: Brett Rheeder
blu3 mikelevy's article
Jun 3, 2022 at 3:41
Jun 3, 2022
Opinion: You Should Be Fixing Your Own Bike
This is the problem! Most of times unexpected mechanical comes, when i don´t have time to spend on wrenching. Then i just have to cram it somewhere and just do it. Suspension service i leave nowdays to people who have experience and latest knowledge. I did service my forks back when 35mm boxxers were the forks to go. Wheelbuilding is other thing that i happily pay for those who can do it. Brakes are divided so that Shimano i can do, but wont do Srams. All other i have mastered component at a time when something has broken
blu3 dan-roberts's article
May 30, 2022 at 23:16
May 30, 2022
First Ride: ARC8 Evolve FS - The Future of XC Race Bikes?
Good job combining long reach to short top tube. For more trail oriented riding this does need high rise bars or hefty stack of spacers under the stem. XT build is really nice including integrated bars/stem, altought i personally prefer RS suspension. Pike+Deluxe combo would be killer on this!
blu3 jamessmurthwaite's article
Nov 4, 2021 at 0:11
Nov 4, 2021
Bold Updates the Linkin Integrated Shock Trail Bike
I´ve been really keen to try one, how it rides and handles rowdier riding. As a person who doesn´t have hose available, this desing appeal very much for easy day to day clean keeping. What comes to service i don´t mind the possible complexity that comes with integration. Shock adjustmens are mostly set and forget, maybe one click when riding progresses through season. For shock service, you do it once or max twice a year, so i could manage live with it. That compartment for tools and tube is nicely executed without adding complexity!
blu3 danielsapp's article
Nov 2, 2021 at 1:04
Nov 2, 2021
Review: Teravail's New Warwick Tire
I´m positively suprised about Teravail gravel tyre options, so i am keen to try their mountain bike line. Their gravel tyres are easiest to install i´ve done and tyre performs great. Maybe Kessel in front and Warwick in rear. Judging thread only Warwicks large sideknobs look really good when thinking about durability. I would never use Assegai or Magick Mary in rear, they are smoked in couple of full days in park and under month in trail riding. On front, they both are amazing tyres and hold up great.
blu3 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 15, 2021 at 0:02
Oct 15, 2021
Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest: Win a RockShox Zeb Ultimate
1. Brandon Semenuk (CAN) 2. Ethan Nell (USA) 3. Tom Van Steenbergen (CAN)
blu3 dan-roberts's article
Oct 13, 2021 at 23:15
Oct 13, 2021
First Look: DT Swiss' New 1900 Spline Wheelsets
Dear wheelmakers: Make a god damn keying for spokes that they don´t spin freely! I will not buy a single pair of current straightpull wheels anymore. When you dent a rim it is absolutely frustrating job to tension loose spokes around dent to make wheel straight. On trailside it is mission impossible if you are alone.
blu3 nsbillet's article
Jan 12, 2021 at 2:06
Jan 12, 2021
Yoann Barelli Partners with Whistler Based Parts Manufacturer North Shore Billet
One of my past bikes Cove Schoker had NSB made custom dropouts. I also had Morwood Izimu witch had NSB made derailleur hanger. Top notch quality on both products!
blu3 bipolarexpress's article
Jan 7, 2021 at 23:11
Jan 7, 2021
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Nov 29, 2020 at 7:48
Nov 29, 2020
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