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forbiddenbeat jamessmurthwaite's article
Nov 12, 2019 at 13:45
Nov 12, 2019
Video: Tackling Fully Natural Big Mountain Lines in 'Rampage Inverted'
Rampage is far more technical that the vast majority of those segments, with the added bonus that the riders can trick huge drops and gaps. It's not like Rampage has become tame - the top sections are usually super gnarly (and far more interesting to watch than someone creeping down some loose rocks in the snow).
forbiddenbeat jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 16, 2019 at 9:46
Oct 16, 2019
Video: A Full Lap of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic XC Course
Was wondering the same. I think he has a 1x, dropper post, and remote front and rear shock lockout?
forbiddenbeat jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 16, 2019 at 9:44
Oct 16, 2019
Video: A Full Lap of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic XC Course
Seems pretty technical for an XC course, love it! I noticed one of the guys had a dropper – interesting to see. Some of those drops seems pretty gnarly without one. Edit: noticed the guy filming has a dropper too, and uses it before the harder rock section.
forbiddenbeat brianpark's article
Oct 15, 2019 at 7:21
Oct 15, 2019
forbiddenbeat mattwragg's article
Oct 14, 2019 at 8:17
Oct 14, 2019
6 eMTBs from the Roc - Roc D'Azur 2019
Serious question: who is buying these? A new market that previously wouldn't have ridden on trails? These are banned in open spaces in my county (Boulder), so I'm curious what the target market for these is.
forbiddenbeat danielsapp's article
Oct 3, 2019 at 11:18
Oct 3, 2019
Video: Bear Chases Mountain Bikers for 1km on Mount Seymour
@cerealkilla: That makes sense. Bu with a brown bear you appear non-threatening and kind of just hope it doesn't want to eat you? :)
forbiddenbeat danielsapp's article
Oct 3, 2019 at 10:39
Oct 3, 2019
Video: Bear Chases Mountain Bikers for 1km on Mount Seymour
Can someone confirm what you're supposed to do with a bear? I know mountain lions you act big and yell at it, possibly even throw things, but I thought with bears you were supposed to be non-threatening. Like, speak calmly, and back away. Not yell at it and throw rocks.
forbiddenbeat RichardCunningham's article
Sep 13, 2019 at 11:05
Sep 13, 2019
Pinkbike Poll: Adjustable Geometry - Necessity or Nuisance?
Do bike manufacturers expect customers to change these geometry options often, or is the purpose instead to offer two options for initial set up, and assume a customer will set it up one way and leave it? I'd always assumed the latter. I had an Intense Primer and set it to the 130mm setting with a matching 140mm fork, and never once thought about changing to 115mm based on the ride. Intense could have left it at 130mm permanently, but some portion of the market also likely left it at 115 (maybe with a shorter fork and a lighter build). Intense could have manufactured a 115mm and 130mm version, but that would cost them more, no?
Added 5 photos to Buysell
Sep 10, 2019 at 9:20
Sep 10, 2019
Sep 10, 2019 at 9:19
Sep 10, 2019

Ibis Ripmo custom build w/NOBL 36/i9

$5500 USD
Purchased this about 5 months ago, upgrading to a new bike. Ready to ride, nothing needs to be replaced. 2018 Large Ibis Ripmo Fox Factory 36 160mm fork Fox x2 shock Full XT 1X11 drive train (XTR bottom bracket) with an oval ring up front KMC X11SL chain (brand new chain also included) XT brakes Noble 36 carbon wheels laced to I-9 hubs (custom built by Dusty at Hubsessed in Ogden), brand new e13 valve stems e13 2.4 Gen3 front tire, brand new Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 rear Fox Factory Transfer dropper post with Wolftooth light action remote 800m RaceFace Sixc carbon bars, green decals 35mm RaceFace Atlas stem Odi lock-on grips, green collars RaceFace atlas pedals, blue Specialized Phenom Pro carbon saddle (not pictured) Custom stickers from Stikrd

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