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dinosaurinachinastore rossbellphoto's article
Jan 23, 2018 at 7:37
Jan 23, 2018
Exclusive Loic Bruni Interview – The Steps to Success
I don't think he was complaining about the woods, more the way it was handled, the fact that the change was no communicated ubiquitously left some riders better informed
dinosaurinachinastore KNOLLYBIKES's article
Jan 19, 2018 at 14:05
Jan 19, 2018
Knolly Moves Entire Lineup to 157mm Spacing
@Flowcheckers: one race run doesn't prove it's the best, just that it's enough. swingarm and pivots upgrades would make the rear end stiffer, not the wheel, it'd actually cause more wheel flex
dinosaurinachinastore pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 13, 2017 at 8:04
Dec 13, 2017
Ask Pinkbike: Mismatched Wheels, and What Pressure Gauge?
Mine has been running strong for 6 years, wound up getting my dad and my brother one as well, both have been solid for 4 years. Love the tune feature. If you currently don't use an accurate gauge I think you'll be genuinely surprised at how a 1-2 psi really makes a difference. One of my favorite pieces of kit.
dinosaurinachinastore evocsports's article
Aug 23, 2017 at 7:46
Aug 23, 2017
Fail Of The Month - July
@scotttherider: Shit, right through the heart of the season, hopefully you'll be back strong for next season. If that's a public trail do you mind PMing me the name, I haven't gotten a chance to ride in Eagle yet, but every time I see a photo/vid I feel like I need to
dinosaurinachinastore bikerofestacada's article
Aug 14, 2017 at 12:36
Aug 14, 2017
How To Ride Coast Gravity Park and Whistler for as Cheap as Possible
Also forgot to mention that if you're well outside the target MTBer (~165lbs 5'8" as far as I can tell) think about renting a bike with air suspension or taking your own bike, the stock spring on every bike is at least 100#s light for me.
dinosaurinachinastore bikerofestacada's article
Aug 13, 2017 at 20:36
Aug 13, 2017
How To Ride Coast Gravity Park and Whistler for as Cheap as Possible
I did a lot of maintenance before taking my bike and I was so pumped I took it. I did bearings, suspension front and rear, new tires and new brake pads. My bike was running mint, I didn't break anything and I didn't have to touch a single adjuster. It's my bike so I felt comfortable right away. Between maintenance and traveling with a bike I spent about the same as rental for three days, but that maintenance is still paying off this season. I did fly southwest to Seattle and my buddy drove up so only $150 in airport fees for the whole trip. My other buddy doesn't have a bike up to the task of Whistler anymore, so he rented. The tires were shot, he got the rear replaced halfway through our second day, but it was less than great until then. He also flatted which was a bit of a pain, while I had no problems with my normal tubeless setup. Probably the only other things to note is I run SS on my DH bike, so there is a little less to break; and I already had a bike bag. Only reason I share this is I fretted over the decision for a while and in the in end I was so happy I took my bike and I came out ahead; albeit with a lot of things falling my way (flying SW to Seattle, already owning a bike bag).
dinosaurinachinastore Trestle's article
Aug 7, 2017 at 19:54
Aug 7, 2017
New Trails at Trestle Bike Park Underway
Whistler definitely outclasses Trestle in that regard. I think I rode Dirt Merchant 4 times and I still couldn't comprehend how dialed that trail is, it is burned in perfectly. Whistler also sinks a lot more money into maintenance, which is great and to be expected seeing how big/well established it is.
dinosaurinachinastore RichardCunningham's article
Jun 27, 2017 at 13:48
Jun 27, 2017
Spy Shots: Transition's New Sentinel Long-Travel 29er
I've always wanted to see an effective to the top of the st and an effective to 150mm above the st or something in that vein
dinosaurinachinastore Djambor's article
Jun 17, 2017 at 18:12
Jun 17, 2017
dinosaurinachinastore vernonfelton's article
May 19, 2017 at 9:44
May 19, 2017
Recon Gen-2 R5 Shuttle Rack – Review
My buddy has an earlier iteration of this rack and it's the real deal. Only reason I didn't get one is it wouldn't fit in the garage I park in at work with bikes on it, but i suspect the height adjust would've solved that. When your consider the price of 4 bike racks, this is at a slight premium in price, but a huge premium in overall performance. I went with the 1UP 4 bike setup, but if I had the decision to make today it be this rack.
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