I have BSc and Engineering degree - work as an Engineer in the Hi Tech industry for the pass 15 years. Start riding dirt bikes when I was much younger and for the pass 5 years start mounting biking

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cgzasv paulaston's article
Dec 4, 2014 at 7:33
Dec 4, 2014
Juice Lubes' Fork, Hand and Viking Juice - Review
if you have issues with lubrication then your bushing would be damaged which is far worse than little oil on the seals (BTW you don't really needs to lubricate the seals as there are the foams under it which do just that - and the oil there is mostly to keep dirt out). In any case servicing the lowers is a very easy task that can take less than 1/2 an hour (including a beer stop), and full service to the fork is less than an hour, so why not doing it every couple of months and not relay of this worthless "fork lube"?
cgzasv mikekazimer's article
Sep 19, 2014 at 10:18
Sep 19, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: How Often Do You Service Your Suspension Fork? it is very easy to service the forks - most of them are basically the same. If you have FIT then doing lower legs service would be like 20 min tops, doing the FIT is like 10 min more. For the lower legs I'm using motor oil as this is just lubrication for the bushings. For the FIT you can use Silkolene PRO RSF 10W BTW with RS it easier as they have all the tools, parts and instructions on line Do lower legs every 3 month of riding and full service every 6 months and you would never have any issues with you forks
cgzasv mikelevy's article
Sep 19, 2014 at 8:06
Sep 19, 2014
Bontrager's TLR Flash Charger Floor Pump - Review
for my experience this is a great pump - very easy to set tubeless with multiple wheels/tyres combinations. the cost is about 30$ - doesn't requires electricity as well and you can use it everywhere. Once nice thing about it is that the gauge is lower calibrated pressure which suited MTB much better than "normal" floor pump with it gauge that goes to 120PSI
cgzasv mikekazimer's article
Jul 28, 2014 at 6:09
Jul 28, 2014
Transition TR500 - Review
there you go - done by bike magazine - most is about trail bikes but there are DH bikes as well
cgzasv mikekazimer's article
Jul 15, 2014 at 2:41
Jul 15, 2014
Preview: Kona's 2015 Lineup
yes but this is with high end components - this is not the base model. and even though this is the price, this is the only bike right now that seems to be build correctly - low stand over, good fork and shock, long top tube and correct HA, a true buy and ride no plastic frame and wheels that we don't really need
cgzasv mattwragg's article
Feb 19, 2014 at 7:48
Feb 19, 2014
Schwalbe Magic Mary - Review
because being fashionable is more important than anything
cgzasv mikekazimer's article
Feb 12, 2014 at 11:30
Feb 12, 2014
Smith Forefront Helmet - Review
Actual 1/3 the price, why do we such an expensive helmet?
cgzasv caldwellvisuals's article
Feb 12, 2014 at 10:38
Feb 12, 2014
Video: Matt Gosling - Winter Escapades
Cool vid, nice to see someone having fun on the trail, and what's wrong with rear wheel slinging? It's the slow riders with too Much front wheel braking the destroying the trails, just keep those from the steep parts and let the ones who know how to ride have fun.
cgzasv RichardCunningham's article
Feb 4, 2014 at 7:14
Feb 4, 2014
To the Point - Kirk Pacenti on 27.5-inch Wheels
he actually tells us why we need this new "innovation" "The fact that 29ers had become mainstream may have caused consumers and companies to start looking for something new to buy and sell" - it all about finding a new gimmick to sell to people who would never actually going to ride their new 10,000$ plastic framed 0x12 drive train toys with the latest "right" wheel size or what ever the current gimmick is right now.
cgzasv tuupj's photo
Feb 4, 2014 at 5:16
Feb 4, 2014
the one bike to own - now I can I get one? amazing!

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