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duzzi dan-roberts's article
May 30, 2020 at 8:47
May 30, 2020
Behind the Numbers: Unno Dash
Ridiculous ... from the original commentary on a bike "perhaps suiting a more precise and skilled rider that likes to move their bike around on the trail" (whatever than means), to the pseudo-science seemingly confirming the meaningless commentary ... a perfect cycle of pinkbike nonsense! Although ... the cat is cute.
duzzi edspratt's article
May 28, 2020 at 7:57
May 28, 2020
5 Different Storage Solutions on the EWS Circuit
Get an Alpinestar Paragon Bib and the problem is solved
duzzi mikelevy's article
May 22, 2020 at 18:05
May 22, 2020
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 8 - Do We Need an Even Larger Wheel Size?
Yep, no thank you. Here we are again trying to push yet another standard down the throat of costumers. Apparently building bikes that cost almost as much as an entry level car, and still need to be upgraded every year, is not enough. Shameless.
duzzi danielsapp's article
May 18, 2020 at 8:39
May 18, 2020
duzzi mattwragg's article
May 6, 2020 at 12:35
May 6, 2020
Interview: Formula's Suspension Engineer, Luca Rossi
Pinkbike slips into the ridiculous: "Editor’s note: This interview was recorded (in Italian) in early 2018 - but between the improvements in transcription technology (?) and the extra time the pandemic has provided (??) it is only now we are able to finally publish it." So, that means that Matt Wrang can do an interview in Italian, but he cannot translate it ... and has to wait two years until trascription technology improves to do so. But that is not enough: Pink Bikes needs a global pandemic to find the time to use goggle translate!
duzzi dan-roberts's article
May 5, 2020 at 7:48
May 5, 2020
The 2020 Last Tarvo Claims to be the Lightest Enduro Frame Ever
If they made a carbon version of their Glen MX I would consider it seriously.
duzzi mikelevy's article
Apr 29, 2020 at 12:09
Apr 29, 2020
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 5 - Can You Trust Bike Reviews?
Most of the reviews on Pinkbike follow the lead of the venerable Mountain Bike Action magazine when it was under the editorship of Richard Cunnnigham. Thinly disguised commercials that mostly repeat whatever the manufacturer is saying about a particular product. And really, how can it be otherwise. Count the number of reviews appearing Pinkbike and divide by the number of the reviewing "staff" (hard to do, because it is not even clear who is on staff or not) ... you'll quickly realize that the magazine is reporting or (not) testing more than a product a day!
duzzi mikelevy's article
Apr 23, 2020 at 20:28
Apr 23, 2020
First Look: Taking e*thirteen's New Vario Dropper Post Apart
If you wonder why there are statements like the following: "it is said to be more adjustable, more ergonomic, and more better" sprinkled in this web post it is because nobody at Pinkbike has ever spent a minute on the drop post. This is a press release by e-thirteen, barely re-cooked to make it look like some "tech editors" "took it a part". Sure the drop post is ok, e-thirteen is ok, press releases are fine. But really: keep it going Pinkbike!
duzzi mikelevy's article
Apr 20, 2020 at 14:59
Apr 20, 2020
Field Trip: Is Buying a Used Mountain Bike Worth It?
@Uchwmdr: Yep, Pinkbike is getting very shameless in its thinly disguised commercials for the industry! There is nothing wrong with buying a used bike and you can get some very good deals in the process ... plenty one/two years old bikes out there, and they arguably represent the best possible buy, exactly like for a car or a motorcycle. Older than a couple of years you can steal away some incredible good deals.
duzzi mikelevy's article
Apr 20, 2020 at 7:59
Apr 20, 2020
Field Trip: Is Buying a Used Mountain Bike Worth It?
There you go: another commercial for the industry!!!!!!!!!! Buy new! your fellow mountain bikers are just trying to sell you a lemon!!!!!!!!
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