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ebrown123 KNOLLYBIKES's article
Oct 18, 2023 at 8:36
Oct 18, 2023
Knolly Announces New Endorphin With Improved Sizing for Smaller Riders
Sorry, I think I figured your chart out. It looks like you can have either: 150mm rear /160mm 27.5 in all frames sizes or 135mm rear /140mm 29 in all frames sizes.
ebrown123 mikekazimer's article
Jun 14, 2023 at 14:08
Jun 14, 2023
First Ride: 2024 Rocky Mountain Slayer
I'm probably dating myself here, but isn't the bass boat sparkle on black paint job a throwback to the finish on the original 2001 Slayer?
ebrown123 Mandownmedia's article
Jun 9, 2023 at 6:32
Jun 9, 2023
Tech Randoms Part II: Lenzerheide DH World Cup 2023
That seems like a lot of Negronis in the Fox pits for first thing in the morning.
ebrown123 seb-stott's article
Apr 26, 2023 at 9:09
Apr 26, 2023
Review: TruTune Suspension Inserts Unlock More Travel
So what would happen if you put one of these in a @vorsprung Secus on your fork?
ebrown123 seb-stott's article
Apr 13, 2023 at 8:24
Apr 13, 2023
Head to Head Review: 2023 RockShox Zeb vs Fox 38
It looks like the exchange rates for the MSRP changed a lot between the two forks...
ebrown123 mikelevy's article
Mar 9, 2023 at 5:43
Mar 9, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: What Could the MTB Industry Do Better?
@progressioncycles: I agree that Rocky is one of the better examples of offering small parts and I have been grateful to get some from them to keep old rides running. I'd also like to see some ability to get frame parts like chainstays and swingarms too. With FOX I've had a different experience. I can put in the serial number for 8 year old products and get information albeit the parts are harder to come by. I'm impressed by the modularity and innovation of some of the aftermarket suspension service shops that can retrofit a lot of older FOX stuff - although the cost can start to approach replacement prices.
ebrown123 mikelevy's article
Mar 8, 2023 at 14:10
Mar 8, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: What Could the MTB Industry Do Better?
1) Obligate bicycle companies to make parts available for their bikes for up to ten years, the same as it is by law for automobile and motorcycle manufacturers in some countries. Having to chuck a frame because you can't get some $5 custom bushing anymore is wrong. 2) Standardize motor mounts. That way if and when one company fails or just fails to supply parts when needed riders can move over to another. This will also fall under see 1) above. I've gone on about this before but I think the Husqvarna Extreme Cross e-bikes with their universal adapter plates are the most future-proofed frame out there. I'm not as sure if the newer Mountain Cross ones also have the same feature still.
ebrown123 edspratt's article
Jan 27, 2023 at 8:26
Jan 27, 2023
Peter Sagan Announces Plans to Race XC at the 2024 Olympics After his Road Racing Retirement
It's probably a lot easier for him to qualify for the Slovakian Olympic Team than if he was say, French, Swiss, German, Belgian, Canadian. British, American or any other country that has two or more riders ranked above 139th in the UCI rankings as that is the current highest ranked Slovakian.
ebrown123 travisengel's article
Dec 6, 2022 at 9:43
Dec 6, 2022
Tech Tuesday: Why Are Spoke Nipples Brass?
It's the same reason they use brass wrenches in gas fitting - they don't spark so you won't accidentally ignite your tube sealant and blow up.
ebrown123 mikelevy's article
Nov 22, 2022 at 6:19
Nov 22, 2022
Abbey Bike Tools Celebrates 10 Years with Titanium & Walnut
Isn't there an advent calendar coming up? We've all been good commenters this year, haven't we?
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