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coyotecycleworks edspratt's article
Jul 15, 2019 at 9:28
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Overall Standings: Les Gets World Cup DH 2019
Does anyone know what Gwin's injury update is? I heard in the comment section he injured his shoulder after hitting a tree. Hope he doesn't have to throw in the towel for this season!
coyotecycleworks jamessmurthwaite's article
Jul 12, 2019 at 13:57
Jul 12, 2019
Video: 50 Hits at the Athertons’ DyFi Bike Park
Just curious is gravel added to the dirt in places or is that the natural geology of this part of the UK?
coyotecycleworks mikekazimer's article
Jul 12, 2019 at 13:50
Jul 12, 2019
DH Bike Tech: Super-Sized Brake Rotors
I'm running 558mm rotors on my 26" bike, gotta be careful making sharp left turns or you'll slice a tire!
coyotecycleworks edspratt's article
Jul 11, 2019 at 9:39
Jul 11, 2019
Results: Timed Training - Les Gets World Cup DH 2019
Gotta ride better than Bruni, that guy is just glued to the track. I'm pretty sure were entering another era of French domination.
coyotecycleworks edspratt's article
Jul 11, 2019 at 9:37
Jul 11, 2019
Results: Timed Training - Les Gets World Cup DH 2019
Gotta ride better than Bruni, that guy is just glued to the track. I'm pretty sure were entering another era of French domination.
coyotecycleworks mikekazimer's article
Jul 10, 2019 at 10:10
Jul 10, 2019
First Ride: The 2020 Demo 29 - Specialized's New Aluminum DH Race Machine
@SintraFreeride: I see it more as a marketing gimmick vs. the limits of geometry. On paper it sounds great when you can state you have the steepest most progressive geometry but at what point are you losing structural integrity in both the frame (head tube area) and fork. I'm not an engineer but I'd hate to see people getting hurt from catastrophic failures because of a design flaw. That being said I don't think 62 degrees would do that but until they say no steeper it seems like they're on a worrisome trend.
coyotecycleworks mikekazimer's article
Jul 9, 2019 at 9:20
Jul 9, 2019
First Ride: The 2020 Demo 29 - Specialized's New Aluminum DH Race Machine
I'm curious at what head tube angle will bike brands stop at? 64 degrees was 'crazy steep' about 5 years ago. At some point I would imagine you would start having issues with seals and increase lateral stress on the fork to an unsafe amount. Maybe they know the angle (say 60) but they can move it down incrementally year by year to make the buyer feel like they are feeling the latest and greatest. I guess at some point there will be a known optimal HT/BB/CS dimensions for a given suspension design/MTB discipline but until then we can all watch the slow evolution like Charles Darwin.
coyotecycleworks rossbellphoto's article
Jul 3, 2019 at 14:48
Jul 3, 2019
Tech Randoms: Vallnord DH World Cup 2019
@chillrider199: you didn't hear? Finn is going as Guy Fieri with matching bleached tips and goatee
coyotecycleworks giantbicycles's article
Jul 3, 2019 at 9:52
Jul 3, 2019
Must Watch: Reece Wallace Goes HUGE in Utah for 'Flight Path'
I mean the fact that it's a 30 rider invite makes it a little exclusive. I get not opening it up to some random guy that says he can clear 80' gaps but as long as you qualify for a FMB (and a you're a little crazy) why not.
coyotecycleworks mikelevy's article
Jun 29, 2019 at 8:12
Jun 29, 2019
Pinkbike Poll: Has Your Opinion On These Products Changed?
27.5 wheel size was admittedly made just to sell more bikes. That being said boost/spoke bracing angle on 29" wheels made them super strong and should have been done a long time ago.
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