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foxinsocks mattbeer's article
May 31, 2024 at 12:32
May 31, 2024
Pinkbike Poll: What Do You Look For In a Clipless Pedal?
I'm not entirely sure nukeproof is still in business...
foxinsocks rideformula's article
Feb 15, 2024 at 21:02
Feb 15, 2024
Formula Announces 10 Year Support Promise & 2 Year Transferable Warranty
@DizzyNinja: i agree with people's descriptions here. Caliper is of very high quality and sexy finish. Small, but with large pistons that deliver power i found comparable to my guide rsc's. Power delivery is smooth, more sram than shimano like. Lever dead stroke is very minimal right out of the gate, which is one of the cura's selling points for many people. Very low maintenance- bleeds last longer than all other brakes ive owned, and pistons rarely get sticky. The cons? Power is there, certainly stronger than they look, but there are more powerful options. Lever is a bit narrow imho, and the adjustment screw at the base is fiddly and hard to reach.
foxinsocks rideformula's article
Feb 15, 2024 at 20:45
Feb 15, 2024
Formula Announces 10 Year Support Promise & 2 Year Transferable Warranty
@WillW123: in that regard, dot is much worse actually... Being corrosion and all.
foxinsocks rideformula's article
Feb 5, 2024 at 11:46
Feb 5, 2024
Formula Announces 10 Year Support Promise & 2 Year Transferable Warranty
Yes!!!! Such approach is significantly more sustainable than half the green-washing other companies do. Releasing new shiny products with little backwards compatibility. I hope it pays off! For me, this guarantee can really tip the scales in favor of formula when buying a new set of brakes. Regardless, my 5 year old cura is still going strong and showing little signs of wear. Very solid product.
foxinsocks seb-stott's article
Dec 9, 2023 at 4:33
Dec 9, 2023
foxinsocks methelmets's article
Dec 5, 2023 at 3:30
Dec 5, 2023
foxinsocks pinkbikeoriginals's article
Sep 30, 2023 at 4:56
Sep 30, 2023
Video: Snowshoe Delivers Surprises | Inside the Tape with Ben Cathro
I couldn't quite figure out what he did on that first shot on the drop that got everyone cheering? No hander? Tear off? Theyre cheering like he barspinned or pulled an x up :)
foxinsocks edspratt's article
Sep 29, 2023 at 23:42
Sep 29, 2023
Qualifying Analysis from the Snowshoe DH World Cup 2023
Looks like Missy Giove's bets are on point
foxinsocks dariodigiulio's article
Sep 19, 2023 at 11:34
Sep 19, 2023
Review: Goodyear Newton MTR & MTF Tires
Just recently reviewed this same setup for our local magazine and came away with nearly identical impressions! Good tread. Reasonable rolling resistance and predictable grip. Pretty decent rubber- somewhere in between maxxgrip abd maxxterra. Slightly heavy, but it pays dividends on hucks, where the tire soaks things nicely The only other downside imo was the slightly tough casing- had to run them at 3-5 lower psi than my other setups. Once I did, they weren't that punishing. Having said that, kudos to Goodyear for an accurate online tire pressure calculator, which recommended precisely the pressure i ended up preferring.
foxinsocks ReverseComponents's article
Nov 3, 2022 at 5:20
Nov 3, 2022
Video: Brett Penfold Rides Trials on a Trail Bike
@aljoburr: You're right, but (a) most shocks these days are already quite dampened (much more than any shock/fork 10 years ago) and modifying them isn't trivial. My point is that you CAN do and learn many trials moves on trial/enduro bikes, but rarely on a comfortable, trail worthy, setup. As for protection - we used to have bash rings. God knows why we don't have those anymore, especially nowadays when your ride and bike depends on a single front chainring. Oh, yeah, I know- money...
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