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gemas09 mikekazimer's article
Apr 12, 2024 at 20:18
Apr 12, 2024
First Ride: 2024 Yeti SB165 - Now With Mixed Wheels
6.3k or even 7.3k for e1900 wheels? wtf? Nope.
gemas09 ari-bikes's article
Mar 6, 2024 at 6:45
Mar 6, 2024
Added 2 photos to Buysell
Mar 6, 2024 at 4:08
Mar 6, 2024
Selling
Mar 6, 2024 at 4:07
Mar 6, 2024

RockShox MegNeg Can SuperDeluxe

$45 EUR
Selling MegNeg kit for Rockshox Superdeluxe air shocks from 47 to 55mm stroke. Makes the airspring curve more linear and gets you that coil suppleness at the beginning of the stroke.

gemas09 dariodigiulio's article
Mar 2, 2024 at 14:36
Mar 2, 2024
Push Industries Releases Nine.One Inverted Fork
@GTscoob: I don't mean to be mean, but your comment does not make a lot of sense. They complained about diving too much and too little progression? while at the same time the bike felt unbalanced (I'm guessing too low a front end?). Higher spring rate addresses all of the issues at once: riding higher in the travel, more forced required to bottom out and probably better balance between the two wheels. If you matched the force in the mid-stroke/valley part of the air spring, you get the same force there for both spring systems and the coil spring will still have more sensitivity in the initial part since the air spring rate increases at the start of the stroke. Ramp up is tuned separately, but it can still be tuned. Is the air spring easier to modify trail side? Yeah, I'll give you that. But your claims for what the coil spring does or lacks seem backwards.
gemas09 dariodigiulio's article
Feb 29, 2024 at 11:57
Feb 29, 2024
Push Industries Releases Nine.One Inverted Fork
@GTscoob: are you for real? when a coil with the same sag as an air spring has less mid-stroke? The progression must come from something like the Air Bump Stop in the ACS3, not from the spring itself. Also, too linear and couldn't get any front traction? omg... okay
gemas09 dariodigiulio's article
Feb 28, 2024 at 9:33
Feb 28, 2024
Review: 2024 Norco Optic - High Pivot, Short Travel
9k for sram level brakes? Sweet deal!
gemas09 mattbeer's article
Feb 23, 2024 at 23:56
Feb 23, 2024
Review: Lewis LHT Ultimate Brakes - Clones or Contenders?
I think most are critiquing your points solely because where these are made, and I think are missing the point. The fact that they made them to look the same as the best quality brake in the market speaks louder to me than where they are actually manufactured. That may be a way of business for some, but certainly not for me. I’ll buy stuff manufactured in Asia that’s at least not trying to blatanly be a copy of something else of higher quality.
gemas09 seb-stott's article
Feb 7, 2024 at 7:08
Feb 7, 2024
gemas09 OneUpComponents's article
Jan 16, 2024 at 23:32
Jan 16, 2024
OneUp Announces New V3 Dropper Post
@FatSanch: if you buy Fox tools through a distributor as a shop (or through the shop) then they are ridiculously cheaper even after tax sales. Makes one wonder if Fox prohibite prices are just to prevent end user buy tools and servicing it themselves…
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