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fssphotography christinachappetta's article
Mar 8, 2023 at 13:43
Mar 8, 2023
Video: 'Pink It & Shrink It' - Why Don't More Brands Make Women's Specific Bikes?
sometimes, not all the time. I prefer south park for answering these type of questions.
fssphotography seb-stott's article
Mar 8, 2023 at 9:44
Mar 8, 2023
First Look: Thok Gram eMTB
It does mean something in a dialect from northern Italy, its not translated well. Bike rides well.
fssphotography downtimepodcast's article
Mar 6, 2023 at 13:48
Mar 6, 2023
Podcast: Chris Ball Talks Discovery, ESO and the Future of World Cup Racing for those who want to see it in real life.... Warner called him out.
fssphotography edspratt's article
Dec 20, 2022 at 11:03
Dec 20, 2022
fssphotography henryquinney's article
Dec 5, 2022 at 6:53
Dec 5, 2022
The 5 Best (and 5 Worst) Things About Being a World Cup Mechanic
It can be challenging to break into the world of professional cycling as a mechanic, especially for those who are based outside of Europe or the US. Many teams are based in these regions, and the competition for available positions can be intense. In order to increase your chances of success, it is important to be persistent and to continue to seek out opportunities to gain experience and showcase your skills. Networking and building relationships with other mechanics, riders, and team staff can also be beneficial. By establishing yourself as a trusted and capable mechanic, you may be able to gain access to opportunities that may not be widely advertised. Additionally, staying up-to-date with the latest developments in the industry and being knowledgeable about the latest technologies and techniques can help set you apart from other mechanics and make you more attractive to potential employers. Ultimately, becoming a world Cup mechanic requires dedication, hard work, and a willingness to persevere in the face of challenges. However, for those who are passionate about the sport and are willing to put in the effort, the rewards of working at the highest level of the sport can be incredibly rewarding.
fssphotography henryquinney's article
Dec 5, 2022 at 6:48
Dec 5, 2022
The 5 Best (and 5 Worst) Things About Being a World Cup Mechanic
I asked the ai to comment on this.... It is difficult to definitively say that one brand is better than the other as both SRAM and Shimano are highly respected and well-regarded companies in the cycling industry. Both brands offer a wide range of high-quality products that are designed to meet the needs of different riders and riding styles. Ultimately, the choice between SRAM and Shimano will come down to personal preference and the specific needs of the individual rider. That being said, some riders may prefer SRAM over Shimano due to its range of 1x drivetrain systems, which offer a simpler and more efficient shifting experience. SRAM's 1x drivetrains use a single chainring and eliminate the need for a front derailleur, which can save weight and reduce the risk of mechanical issues. Additionally, SRAM's brakes are known for their smooth and powerful performance, which can be especially beneficial for riders who frequently ride in challenging terrain. On the other hand, Shimano offers a wider range of drivetrain and braking options, which can make it a good choice for riders who want more flexibility and customization. Shimano also has a reputation for durability and reliability, which can be important for riders who want their components to last for many years. Overall, both SRAM and Shimano are excellent choices for riders looking for high-quality components, and the best option will ultimately depend on the individual rider's needs and preferences.
fssphotography foxfactory's article
Dec 5, 2022 at 6:46
Dec 5, 2022
Fox Factory Invests $1 Million in First Year of Trail Trust
Great news about Fox investing $1 million in trail development for MTB! This is a huge step forward for the sport and will undoubtedly help improve the quality and accessibility of trails for riders. I can't wait to see the results of this investment and hope that it inspires other companies to follow suit. This is a fantastic example of how the cycling industry can give back to the community and support the growth of the sport. Thanks, Fox! (writen by open ai) - though it might be amusing to get AI to write my comments for me....
fssphotography ralf-hauser's article
Sep 28, 2022 at 4:01
Sep 28, 2022
fssphotography ralf-hauser's article
Sep 28, 2022 at 4:00
Sep 28, 2022
First Ride: Bosch Performance Line CX Race Limited Edition Motor
no its not its got different gears in it.... not the same....
fssphotography ralf-hauser's article
Sep 28, 2022 at 3:49
Sep 28, 2022
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