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charliewentoutside edspratt's article
Feb 17, 2024 at 10:03
Feb 17, 2024
Evil Bikes Announces Company Layoffs
@ThunderChunk: Disagree. MANAGEMENT is not your friend (or family). Your coworkers absolutely can be. UNIONIZE.
charliewentoutside seb-stott's article
Feb 16, 2024 at 9:37
Feb 16, 2024
First Ride: Privateer 161 Gen 2 - The Beast Is Back
Oh no... I have the gen1 161 and it's a great bike, especially for the price, so I wanted to like this. And it might ride amazing, but that kinked top tube just looks weird and bad. I mean, I get that it's for a good functional reason, but I just cannot love a bike that looks like that.
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Feb 16, 2024 at 8:11
Feb 16, 2024
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Feb 16, 2024 at 8:11
Feb 16, 2024

SRAM Eagle Carbon X1 crankset, DUB boost, 175mm

$175 USD
Pretty much what it says in the title. These are new take-offs from a Transition Spur X01; they were installed on the bike but never ridden or even had pedals screwed in. As you can see, the pedal washers are still attached in the plastic bag they came with. 175mm X1 carbon cranks with a 32T chainring. I believe they are 2022 models, but they have never been used. I will do $175 in cash for local pickup, or I can ship them for $200 if you're paying with paypal. They will be shipped in an X01 crankset packaging, but note that they are X1 carbon, not X01.

charliewentoutside pinkbikeoriginals's article
Feb 14, 2024 at 12:26
Feb 14, 2024
Video: Have A Better Ride With These Pieces Of Equipment | Pinkbike Weekly Show Ep. 14
I think both presenters actually agree with this, but I hate the "overbiked/underbiked" debate. Most people don't have a quiver of bikes so they can always ride the perfect bike for the trail, but even if they did...who cares what they're riding? There's no such thing as the wrong bike if you're having a good time. If you are on a bike, you've made a good decision. If you are on a bike on the trails, you've made an EXCELLENT decision – doesn't matter what kind of bike it is.
charliewentoutside dariodigiulio's article
Feb 9, 2024 at 12:44
Feb 9, 2024
Review: 7mesh's Cache Anorak & Grit Pants
LOL. They can have their reasons for the cost, but even for technical, outdoor-focused stuff these prices are pretty bonkers, Arc'teryx-level stuff. I mean... Marmot Precip - $120 Patagonia Torrentshell 3L - $179 REI XeroDry - $130 MH Stretch Ozonic - $200 OR Helium - ~$100 Etc. etc. And sure, there may be differences (though from the reviews the Strech Ozonic sounds quite similar)...but enough to justify the extra money? I mean, at least with Arc'teryx you get a cool logo and everyone KNOWS you're a dentist...
charliewentoutside leatt's article
Feb 6, 2024 at 10:12
Feb 6, 2024
Leatt Announces New Endurance Apparel & Helmet Collection
Most of it is already out of stock. What's the point in even announcing it?
Ran in Freeport. view ridelog run
Feb 4, 2024 at 17:58
Feb 4, 2024
charliewentoutside sarahmoore's article
Feb 1, 2024 at 4:18
Feb 1, 2024
Derek Teel of Dialed Health Suffers Extensive Injuries After Being Struck By Driver in Hit & Run
Yup. I love mountain biking but I will not ride on the road (aside from a quiet dirt road that goes from my house to the trail, sometimes) for exactly this reason. Too many drunk assholes in cars, too little bike infrastructure. It's crazy that flinging myself off of rock drops in the forest is SAFER than just riding a bike on a smooth, flat road, but it is.
charliewentoutside christiefitz's article
Jan 30, 2024 at 7:20
Jan 30, 2024
Tech Briefing: Clever Little Gadgets, MTB Jeans, Colourful Brakes & More
Pretty sure it was called that as a joke. IIRC Jank started making and selling a janky 3d printed plastic panel and some moto foam to protect the "rock crush zone" that v1 Forbidden Druids had. Now it's become more of a real operation with pretty legit products, but given the beer holder I think they're still not taking themselves too seriously.
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