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getsomesy renthalcycling's article
Dec 5, 2018 at 10:28
Dec 5, 2018
Renthal Announces Zero Rise Handlebar
@R-M-R: Reach it’s from bottom bracket center two steer tube center at top of head tube (I think it would make more sense if we measured to center of bottom of head tube. Raising the stem on steer DOES NOT change reach, which is important to note because it does not change feets weight on front tire which is determined by chain Stay length+ Front center= weight on feet. reach+ head angle +fork offset= front center. More weight on the feet is better For everything. feet are for standing and pedaling on. Hands are for steering and controls. Hands arms are not good for Applying downforce and absorbing impacts. By saying that reason stem changers reach you are all wrong. Racing stem changes, let’s say Horizontal cockpit space and/or stem lenth
getsomesy renthalcycling's article
Dec 5, 2018 at 10:11
Dec 5, 2018
Renthal Announces Zero Rise Handlebar
@Richt2000: The reach measurement is from the center of the top headset cap horizontally over the bottom bracket. It affects weight distribution even without hands on bar. You are describing something more like cockpit space
getsomesy mikelevy's article
Nov 30, 2018 at 20:40
Nov 30, 2018
New CushCore Insert, Less Expensive HT Pedals, Smanie's N.spire Seat - Eurobike 2018
@TobiasHandcock: Not true procore holds tire on and stays inflated when your outer tire gets cut, reduces exagerated tire folding, It supports the bead and tread when tires flat. It also reduces tire casing cuts and and makes the tires pressure increase more as the tire is compressed, so more support
getsomesy pinkbikeoriginals's article
Nov 30, 2018 at 15:50
Nov 30, 2018
Video: Friday Fails #47
maybe 5 crashes that werent caused by high levels of SUCK
getsomesy redbullbike's article
Nov 28, 2018 at 10:26
Nov 28, 2018
Must Watch: Brandon Semenuk's 'AIM'
stupid cut scene b&w recap lame interludes. never stopped watching a brandan seminuk vid before but too much BS in this one
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Nov 26, 2018 at 20:42
Nov 26, 2018
Nov 26, 2018 at 18:41
Nov 26, 2018

Ragley MMMBop

$1200 USD
Ragley mmmbop hardtail frame under 5 lbs frame Pike rtc3 fork 150mm travel recent oil change no leaks slx brakes with newer pads red hope pro2 hubs with wtb asym i35 rims butted spokes hand built with professional equipment tensiometer, good condition maybe a minor ding. diety blacklabel bars with odi lockon grips 30" wide kore 45mmx31.8 stem raceface atlas cynch cranks 32t direct mount nw chainring sram x9 10speed shifter derrailuer sram 10speed 11-40 cassette new chain ks 150 seatpost works great, very reliable wtb volt saddle in great shape can possibly sell with diety pedals bike doesnt have much use on it mostly just commuted and doinked around town. some light sighns of wear maxxis crossmark 27.5x2.25 tires setup tubeless with probably only a hundred total miles on tires as well as the bike Manufacture description: Introducing the next generation Ragley Mmmbop 27.5” Hardtail bike. Designed as an All Mountain/Enduro Race friendly bike, the Mmmbop is built for those who want to go faster, jump bigger or play harder. It is at home on any terrain but happiest when ridden hard, roosting turns and hammering the descents! From tearing up your local singletrack, freeride adventures in the middle of nowhere, smashing out DH runs or racing Enduro; it will take whatever you can throw at it! The Complete Mmmbop is a great value package that is ready for action straight out of the box thanks to a combination of great frameset with modern features, aggressive geometry and a well thought out selection of reliable components. Frameset The Mmmbop frameset features ISCG 05 tabs, a 44/56mm tapered head tube to keep the front low, internal dropper seatpost compatibility and a stiff bolt through rear end using exchangeable dropouts which will allow you to run whichever standard you desire(142x12m or QR). It is made from custom butted aircraft grade 6061-T6 Aluminium tubing resulting in a frame that is lightweight and supple enough to provide comfort on longer trail rides whilst robust and stiff enough to take on an uplift day for some serious abuse! Geometry Geometry is taken very seriously at Ragley as it is the most important part of any bike’s personality. It defines the bike and ultimately dictates the way a bike will interact with you and the trail. Our updated trail geometry has been designed to mimic the characteristics of a modern full suspension bike but obviously without the sag at the rear. This is why our bikes seem slack when static. However once the rider is on the bike, the front suspension will sag, steepening the head angle by the desired amount. Designed with a 64˚ head angle (66˚at ride height) and a long top tube, the Mmmbop is designed to run a short stem (Between 40-60mm) to give fine control and stability at high and low speeds, especially over rough and technical terrain. The low bottom bracket (Similar to a modern full suspension bike at Sag) and short chain stays maximise manoeuvrability, cornering, traction and playfulness whilst the steep seat angle puts the rider central on the bike ensuring climbing prowess. The new Mmmbop is a blend of DH stability and uphill tenacity. It will descend and climb with such contradiction that you will be left scratching your head.

getsomesy pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 16, 2018 at 23:50
Nov 16, 2018
Check Out: Trail Snacks, Sunglasses, a Waterproof Jersey & More - November 2018
i disagree, because the 100% gloves when relaxed, do not like to be curled around a bar, rather they straighten out fingers.
getsomesy OneUpComponents's article
Nov 16, 2018 at 11:43
Nov 16, 2018
Video: Richie Rude Shralps Squamish
doesnt he know that pinkbike says flat pedals are better?
getsomesy mikelevy's article
Nov 15, 2018 at 9:59
Nov 15, 2018
Video: This is the Fastest* Bike in the World
this is so stupid, fuck off.
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