dscaz danielsapp's article
Jul 17, 2018 at 5:14Jul 17, 2018
Review: X-Fusion Trace 36 HLR Fork
Several long-time riders I know stick to the big brands because 1) they’re a known quantity, and 2) because of downtime and parts availability. Something goes wrong with a RS or Fox component, and it’s very likely you’ll quickly find the spare parts and/or a competent mechanic nearby. Not nearly as likely with the smaller brands, could involve shipping it off, more expense, etc.
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dscaz pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 1, 2017 at 12:12Nov 1, 2017
Ask Pinkbike: Upgrading Components, Loose Spokes, and Enduro Race Training
Built a wheelset recently with Flow Mk3s. Easy build, quality rim, have taken a beating so far - over 300 hard miles with no truing needed and no spoke issues. Not exactly a long term review, but they're solid compared to everything else I've built/used.
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dscaz paulaston's article
Oct 27, 2017 at 8:16Oct 27, 2017
Kurt Sorge's Polygon Colossus - Red Bull Rampage 2017
@scjeremy: Basically, dampers reduce the effect of a spring in a given state. In the case of rebound, with no damping the spring would return to its uncompressed state as quickly as possible. The more damping you add, the more you slow the spring down compared to its undamped state. So, adding more rebound damping means you slow the spring down as it tries to decompress (rebound).