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ernestozed andy9's article
Aug 29, 2019 at 15:14
Aug 29, 2019
Photo Epic: Off to an Electric Start - Mont-Sainte-Anne XC and eMTB World Champs 2019
@ROOTminus1: (tongue only slightly-in-cheek) there's a long history they could build on too . .
ernestozed mikekazimer's article
Aug 7, 2019 at 4:14
Aug 7, 2019
First Ride: The 2020 Kona Process 134 CR Has a Full Carbon Frame & 29" Wheels
I'd love to know how the 27.5 version rides. Is it just an afterthought to the 29er? No carbon version, but slightly different geometry to the 29er, not just a different set of wheels in the same frame with a modified rocker, so looks like they've put some love into it. Is it more fun?
ernestozed jamessmurthwaite's article
Jun 27, 2019 at 2:08
Jun 27, 2019
Interview: Martin Maes - "I'm Not Guilty... I Just Made a Stupid Mistake"
@DavidGuerra: You've missed a trick here here and risk putting others wrong with your assertions. Probenecid is used to mask anabolic steroids from showing up in tests. If you accept that something like HGH is performance enhancing, then there's a pretty clear reason to ban or control probenecid. It's been banned not just in cycling but in most tested sports for a long time, so I wouldn't go mindlessly blaming the UCI (I don't particularly like the UCI either, so I'm not cutting them slack here). If you do a basic web search you'll find sportspeople who have recieved a ban for it's use stretching back to the 90's. Even in cycling.
ernestozed dan-roberts's article
Jun 14, 2019 at 2:36
Jun 14, 2019
Behind the Numbers: Specialized Stumpjumper EVO 29 Suspension Analysis
@ReddyKilowatt: Or possibly structural engineering, in which case you would have a fall back of being involved in the building industry.
ernestozed jamessmurthwaite's article
Apr 1, 2019 at 15:15
Apr 1, 2019
April Fools 2019: More of the Industry's Jokes
Thank you very much for sharing. That has made my morning.
ernestozed mikekazimer's article
Jun 18, 2018 at 23:00
Jun 18, 2018
Review: Commencal's New Meta AM 29 Team
@vikb: I think it would be really great too, however whenever I've experimented with it they always bounce out, and so I've all but abandoned the experiment . . (OK - not helped probably by my use of whatever old cage is hanging around in the bike shed . . .) It would be absolutely fantastic (can't emphasize how much) to hear about the water bottle cages / water bottles / water bottle + cage combos that PBers reckon work. I'd love to go for a ride with weight off my back (as well as the metaphorical weight that always disappears on a ride of course ????). Any top tips out there (or chance of a PB article, given it's such a hot topic)?
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