evanus crankbrothers's article
Oct 28, 2017 at 0:56Oct 28, 2017
Catching up with Richie Schley
"There’s people hating on E-bikes right now but for every technological evolution that I’ve been around there has been strong negativity to begin with." True, but none of those other technological evolutions added a motor to a bike which could eventually cause us to lose access to thousands of miles of non-motorized trails.
Feb 8, 2017 at 15:44Feb 8, 2017
evanus mikelevy's article
May 2, 2016 at 8:18May 2, 2016
Knolly Endorphin - Review
Or just buy the frame for $2k and swap over your components, which you can do because Knolly has chosen to make a user friendly bike rather than adopt all the trendy but unnecessary standards. I would love a carbon endo though. Sure AL works but why start out a pound heavier.
evanus suspended-productions's article
Mar 13, 2016 at 22:06Mar 13, 2016
Locals: Intense's Luca Cometti - Video
Awesome vid, and great riding! I am sure a developer already owns that land, otherwise the city would have shut it down. Hopefully topography prevents them from building on the entire site
evanus vernonfelton's article
Mar 13, 2016 at 21:50Mar 13, 2016
Plus-Size Bikes - Pinkbike Poll
Downhillers went through the 2.8 to 3.0 tire thing back in the early 2000s and finally realized that 2.5 tires provided enough grip that the extra weight of larger tires was unnecessary. To make these new plus size tires light enough they have to have thin side walls and tread area. I have been on a lot of rides lately with people on plus size or full on fat tires and on close to half those rides their owners have had punctures through the main tread or side wall tears that required tubes or time consuming repairs. I just don't see these being that useful unless you have lots of sand or snow. I will stick to my standby 2.35-2.4 tires which stand up well to abuse.