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Jul 30, 2020 at 7:32Jul 30, 2020
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 16 - Who's Your Mountain Biking Hero?
Wade Simmons was also my favourite rider growing up because he always made everything look stylish, smooth and calculated at a time where alot of others seemed to just huck and pray. He also completely went against the “don’t meet your heros” saying. I got to meet him at a bike shop opening in Vancouver when i was 13 or 14. Talked to me for over a half hour telling me about how they were going around with redbull around the world looking for a totally “new” Rampage site. Giving me tips on drops n skinnies, and if that wasn’t kind enough, he convinced the owner of the shop to give me a giant 48x36 Rocky Mountain banner of Wade that was suppose to go up in the shop which he then signed for me. I still have it hanging on my wall.
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Jul 22, 2020 at 9:58Jul 22, 2020
Mavic Saved by Bourellier Group, Focus to Return to Wheels
It’s not quite in a competitive weight range for enduro at 575g but their newer EX830 is a 30mm internal width rim. Have had a set on my dh bike and they’ve been rock solid, lighter, and essentially a modernized version of the ex729.
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Brand-new Banshee Rune V3, frame & shock have never seen dirt. Received this frame as a replacement for my 2016 Rune frame. Because it is a brand new frame it comes with a new warranty card, which I will leave blank for the new owner. Frame Geo Highlights: -Head Angle: 64deg (low)/ 64.5deg (neutral) -Seat Tube Angle: 75.5-76.2deg -Reach (Size L): 470mm -Chainstays: 437mm -Wheelbase: 1243mm -BB height: 344mm (low)/ 352mm (neutral) Component Spec: Fox Float X2 performance elite (w/climb switch) Fox 36 Factory 170mm (serviced last spring) Drivetrain: Sram X1 11spd/Raceface (10-42t, 32t front ring) Wheels: Easton Arc30 (DT350 front hub, Novatec Rear) Tires: Maxxis Minon DHF 2.6s (Will include a new 2.4" Magic Mary as well, New bike is 29" so have no use for it) Brakes: Shimano XT M8000 200mm front, 180mm rear. Fresh bleed, Pads were replaced in April with less than a dozen rides since. Dropper: Rockshox Reverb 170mm (2020 Brand-new, just like the frame it's never been used on the trail) with new WTB saddle Cockpit: 40mm x 35mm clamp Raceface Affect R stem w/ 35mm clamp 35mm rise Raceface Sixc Bars 780mm width.
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Jun 23, 2020 at 17:58Jun 23, 2020
Video: Wyn Masters Rides Bike Park on a 1997 GT LTS in 'LTS vs. LTS'
I think it would be hilarious to have a video series with a timed lap where each episode its an average rider on the latest & greatest super bike vs a pro on the equivalent 20 year old + version (different riders, bikes and course for each episode). Be interesting to see that those lap times looked like.
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Jun 19, 2020 at 17:34Jun 19, 2020
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