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feldybikes jessiemaymorgan's article
Mar 29, 2024 at 15:36
Mar 29, 2024
Pinkbike Poll: What's the Duration of Your Average Weekend Ride?
@rojo-1: 48% of people who clicked on an article about e bikes and paid enough attention to scroll all the way to the bottom are interested in e bikes. FIFY
feldybikes mikekazimer's article
Mar 26, 2024 at 6:29
Mar 26, 2024
First Ride: 2024 Cannondale Scalpel - The XC Classic Gets Longer & Slacker
Breakages on bikes like this are inevitable as the geometry is more capable than trailduro bikes from a few years ago but the weight pushes down to XC bikes from 20+ years ago but still with bigger wheels, longer travel, discs, droppers, and wider tires. Bikes have been going through a period of getting heavier so they don’t break as much and while that’s a good thing for a lot of riders, it’s not necessary for others. On the flip side, bikes like this are perfect for some rides and not burly enough for others.
feldybikes mikekazimer's article
Mar 21, 2024 at 4:42
Mar 21, 2024
First Ride: Atherton S170 - Long Travel & Lugged Aluminum
Can anyone make sense of the size chart? There are 3 chainstay lengths which corresponds to 3 rear triangles. Got it. And each size varies by 10mm in length. Seems sensible. But then there are only 3 stacks, 4 seat tube lengths, and 4 seat tube angles. I’m having trouble picking how this saves manufacturing costs since it seems like there would need to be custom lugs and fixtures (or and adjustable fixture) for each size anyway. What am I missing?
feldybikes dariodigiulio's article
Mar 7, 2024 at 16:16
Mar 7, 2024
Prototype Forks From ND Tuned - Taipei Cycle Show 2024
@KolaPanda: I would assume the reference was to upside down and not $US. Probably.
feldybikes HayesPerformanceSystems's article
Feb 21, 2024 at 16:42
Feb 21, 2024
Hayes Announces Limited Edition Purple Brakes
@Mountain2Man: it's a lot like "Star Trek: The Next Generation". In many ways it's superior but will never be as recognized as the original
feldybikes henryquinney's article
Feb 3, 2024 at 13:55
Feb 3, 2024
The Pinkbike Podcast: Our Teenage Fantasy Bikes That We Dreamed of Owning
Coolest bike I remember from my youth was in MBA. It was a totally customized Dagger with an Amp rear triangle. Super cool yellow to red fade for the front tri. Polished rear. Yellow Judy SL fork. Yellow Magura raceline hydro rim brakes. Red ano almost everything else including Cook Bros cranks and a Precision Billet (or maybe Paul) cnc rear derailleur. Ti coil for the Amp shock. Maybe AC hubs? And twisted spokes in the front with Ti spokes for the rear. Must’ve been 1997ish? Anyone remember this? @mikekazimer
feldybikes Wemakethings's article
Dec 13, 2023 at 13:00
Dec 13, 2023
Wethepeople Release 'Swamp Master' Full Suspension BMX
IIRC BMW made their own, inverted suspension fork.
feldybikes seb-stott's article
Oct 21, 2023 at 15:29
Oct 21, 2023
Pinkbike Poll: Metric vs Imperial - Which Do You Prefer For Measuring Bikes?
My favorite is that one end of a stem has a 31.8mm hole and the other comes in at 1 1/8”. It’s not even consistent across a single part. I guess even better in the olden days with a 25.4mm handlebar clamp and a 1” steerer clamp. Which are, of course, exactly the same.
feldybikes henryquinney's article
Oct 13, 2023 at 8:25
Oct 13, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 200 - Troy Brosnan on Bike Development, Teammates & the Problem with Consistency
Non-sequitor question for the pod (probably Beer): why are seatposts on DH bikes so high relative to enduro bikes with the dropper down? They’re like the equivalent of. 100 or maybe 150mm drop. Even for rampage the seats aren’t slammed. What’s the difference in application to not slam your seat?
feldybikes leatt's article
Sep 21, 2023 at 7:13
Sep 21, 2023
Leatt Introduces Helmet Replacement Program
> At the end of the day, whatever you're getting for free or on discount is what you've been paying for in your initial purchase. Sort of. Depending on the business model, the manufacturer can’t sell directly to consumers or it seems like they’re undercutting their dealers. But if there’s an excuse to sell directly to consumers: crash replacement, pro forms, etc, then the manufacturer can sell directly to the consumer without upsetting the dealers. So it’s not like you’re necessarily paying more for the crash replacement to exist, you’re paying more for dealers to get a margin and this is the roundabout way around that. But I get your point.
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