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bluechair84 alexcgevans's article
May 24, 2018 at 3:14
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Check Out: Steerer Tube Storage, Leather-Palmed Gloves, Waterproof Gear, & More
Goat skin gloves was my idea. I've been sticking my hands in goats for years now. Royalties please.
Mar 27, 2018 at 1:02
Mar 27, 2018
bluechair84 mikelevy's article
Mar 20, 2018 at 4:10
Mar 20, 2018
Santa Cruz's New Blur XC Bike - Review
Intense 5.5 - that thing was lightening fast through tight singletrack, but seriously unstable at speed in a straight line. Put that thing between the trees and nothing could keep up with it.
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Mar 11, 2018 at 11:16
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Selling
Mar 11, 2018 at 9:31
Mar 11, 2018

Intense Socom FRO

$1000 GBP
Intense Socom FRO (For Racers Only), 200mm travel DH custom build, medium. Boxxer WCs DHX 5.0 TF Tuned Stans Flo on EVO hubs, Magic Mary 2.4 front and rear (though I'd love to keep these) Highly modified XTR chainset Brand new cassette, Saint hydros, mech and shifter. SDG Bell Air on Superstar post (cut) Superstar bars. Fatty grips This bike is an absolute corker. I'm only a light rider and so the aim of my builds is low weight. Because of it, this thing flies and has no trouble sitting ahead of anything in its class. I bought this off of the back of owning other VPP frames, I love the way they pedal and soak up the hits. In my mind, this is one of the all time great DH bikes and rare too - I've never come across another. Sorry about the slack chain in the pics, I didn't put the cassette through is all. I'm moving it on because I haven't ridden this in over a year, concentrating on riding my trial bike. I would swap for something freeride; Mk1 Hanzz, Slayer, Slash, Scratch, that sort of thing.

bluechair84 mikekazimer's article
Jan 21, 2018 at 12:00
Jan 21, 2018
Pinkbike Poll: Does the Current Method of Mountain Bike Classification Make Sense?
The terms listed seem to be becoming far to orientated around a sales pitch. Why not use a fixed number, like the anti-squat value at sag (30% travel) and use that to demonstrate how the bike will respond to the terrain? Maybe a second number that uses the frame's geometry to suggest where on a scale of 'twitchy as heck' to 'stable as a railroad'. Then riders can make two judgements - 'how compliant do I want the suspension' and 'how do I want the bike to feel'.
Dec 17, 2017 at 0:56
Dec 17, 2017
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