cwatt alexcgevans's article
Aug 29, 2018 at 8:13Aug 29, 2018
First Ride: GT Fury Carbon Team
As a non-pro, I have always preferred internal cable routing for its ease of cleaning and aesthetics, however this is probably the best external cable routing I’ve ever seen. Overall, this is probably the first GT bike I would actually own. Kudos.
cwatt foxfactory's article
Aug 28, 2018 at 9:13Aug 28, 2018
FOX Introduces Live Valve Suspension Technology
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — it’s only a matter of time before devices like this are GPS enabled and capable of providing ‘section-specific’ tuning.
May 23, 2018 at 20:16May 23, 2018
Video: Riders of Whistler Bike Park Opening Weekend 2018
Did Tippie just say “how are you Mud” to the woman at 5:00???
May 15, 2018 at 9:14May 15, 2018
Video: Unofficial 2018 La Bresse World Cup Track Preview
That bridge in the thumbnail looks hella sketch. Didn’t Peaty cut himself all up on a bridge like that in Val de Sole? I hope they make it safe to race.
May 10, 2018 at 9:21May 10, 2018
Remembering Stevie Smith, 1989-2016
Thanks for putting this together @pinkbikeaudience .
cwatt mattwragg's article
Apr 30, 2018 at 10:33Apr 30, 2018
Bike Festival Randoms: A Hydraulic Drivetrain, Prototype Shocks, A New High-End Helmet, & More - Garda Trentino 2018
@Trickstuff That’s a super smart way to demonstrate your product.
cwatt mikekazimer's article
Apr 17, 2018 at 12:15Apr 17, 2018
RockShox Boxxer World Cup - First Ride
I logged in just to upvote. Side note — is it possible to create some kind of reducer shim to go from 20x110 to 15x110 to allow wheel swapping?
cwatt EnduroWorldSeries's article
Mar 31, 2018 at 11:51Mar 31, 2018
Course Preview Video - EWS Colombia 2018
This looks like an amazing way to enjoy riding a bicycle. Such envy. #FutureGoals
cwatt paulaston's article
Mar 12, 2018 at 8:59Mar 12, 2018
Fumic's Scalpel, Last's Lynx and RockShox's New Lockout Actuator - Stellenbosch World Cup XCO
While I can appreciate the growing loss of handlebar real estate, grip-shifts sucked in the ‘90s and they still suck today. Reason being, the different densities of materials between your grips and the shifter, as well as the thick shifter profile and thin material that it does have, makes for an uncomfortably rigid hand surface. I acknowledge that manufacturers will need a less-expensive alternative to products, but I’m surprised with electronic shifting, they aren’t going the same way here as well. Seems to me systems integration could benefit them in the long-run in terms of weight savings (battery) and simplicity (one control unit). Just me 2c.
Feb 27, 2018 at 10:21Feb 27, 2018
The Story Behind The Air Rec Center Indoor Bike Park - Video
@WAKIdesigns: Money is probably the simplest part. I can think of three organizations right now that partner real estate developers with investors. If you don’t have access to these groups, you can go at it the old fashioned way and hit the streets. It’s a pretty simple pitch. Once you have your numbers, you just present that to people to see if they want a secure, predictable investment that offers a better ROI than their current portfolio. Hell, I sat next to a guy on a plane who was willing to take a 9% ROI on a long-play real estate option in a market that had an annual passive appreciation of 20%. Sometimes it’s just a matter of talking to people.