eblackwell KNOLLYBIKES's video
Feb 19, 2019 at 22:481 days
eblackwell OneUpComponents's video
Feb 9, 2019 at 12:36Feb 9, 2019
eblackwell RichardCunningham's article
Feb 5, 2019 at 7:39Feb 5, 2019
Review: Niner's New RIP 9 RDO 29
That must be a typo... Who prefers 700mm bars for enduro-style riding??
eblackwell konaworld's article
Jan 16, 2019 at 13:06Jan 16, 2019
Video: Miranda Miller Officially Joins Kona & Commits to EWS Season
I might be wrong, but Miranda seems to look more comfortable on that Kona than she did on her previous Specialized. Always good to see that after a team change! Good luck this year!
eblackwell RockyMountainBicycles's article
Jan 15, 2019 at 10:48Jan 15, 2019
Video: Raw BMX Style on a Mountain Bike
Insane bike control!
eblackwell paulaston's article
Jan 14, 2019 at 10:31Jan 14, 2019
Review: Intense's M29 is a DH Racing Thoroughbred
eblackwell Chromagbikes's article
Jan 11, 2019 at 21:48Jan 11, 2019
Video: A Good Old Fashioned Rip with Claire Buchar
She looks better on the bike than when she was racing WCs! Really smooth, solid, DH-influenced style.
eblackwell henryquinney's article
Jan 11, 2019 at 17:36Jan 11, 2019
Everesting Queenstown's Skyline Bike Park
This is the most mind-blown I've ever been reading a PB article. Absolutely incredible feat.
eblackwell Paulinski2000's article
Jan 8, 2019 at 7:51Jan 8, 2019
Video: Harry Schofield is 8 Years Old & Sending 720s
This is absolutely crazy. To be able to do those tricks is one thing, but his overall bike control (pumptracks, manualling rollers) and the way he is able to pull those tricks so smoothly, is what is really special. That control is something you can't just 'huck and hope', but skills that require huge levels of control and dexterity. Truly amazing to have that at 8 years old.
eblackwell mdelorme's article
Jan 5, 2019 at 16:52Jan 5, 2019
Interview: JC Canfield of High Above Talks Hip Packs, Domestic Manufacturing, & Why People Don’t Put Ideas on the Table
@Explodo: Really?! Yeah, I have never broken a front derailleur (maybe I broke one?), but the point was that you didn't need to break it for it not to work, a fully functional front derailleur was horrendous! When you rode down a trail that contained anything resembling a bump, your chain would immediately shoot off chainring you were in, get tangled amongst the other chainrings, and you'd have to do the weird hold-the-shifter-while-pedaling-in-a-sketchy-section-of-trail-to-get-the-chain-on move and risk your life in the process. The death of front derailleurs was one of the best things the bike industry has ever done.
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