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gordon2456 mikelevy's article
Sep 27, 2017 at 10:49
Sep 27, 2017
MRP Ribbon Fork - Review
I do agree online sales are killing bike shops, but I dont entirely feel its their fault. Years ago someone could walk into our bike shop and ask for a rear wheel for their mtb. All we had to ask was if it was thru axle or qr, and we always had various qualities and quantities on hand. Now we have to ask thru axle, qr, boost, 26, 275, 29, sram, or shimano. Its impossible to stock all types and sizes with a variety of each to choose from, then when we tell them the cost since we can't put in an order of 5 or more to get a discount they'll have to pay close to msrp and that it will be 2-3 days before it comes in, they just go online, and I am 100% ok with that. I would do the same thing. Is the bike shop a dying industry, no. Is it a changing industry, yes. We make way more money on servicing bikes then selling merchandise these days, and we do charge an extra fee to install parts you bought inline. Why the heck should a customer have to pay more just because we're a bike shop? We need to evolve as the customer evolves, you really think just because 1 person out of 20 refuses to buy online is going to make a difference in whether a shop goes under or not?
gordon2456 trek's article
Jun 27, 2017 at 9:09
Jun 27, 2017
The Cam McCaul Film - C3 Project Summer Series
@Christophoto: you beat me too it!
gordon2456 trek's article
Jun 27, 2017 at 9:01
Jun 27, 2017
The Cam McCaul Film - C3 Project Summer Series
@treekilla: it does have the knock block, but what they did was put spacers on the fork steerer tube, thus lowers the fork so it doesn't hit the frame (allowing him to do bar spins) and it elongates the axle-crown so its similar to a 27.5 fork, which keeps the geometry very close to a 27.5 remedy. He mentioned it in an interview here on pinkbike. I think it was the ask Cam McCaul anything interview, it was in the comments.
gordon2456 vernonfelton's article
Jun 12, 2017 at 8:15
Jun 12, 2017
NS Snabb Plus 1 – Review
I honestly miss external brake housing, so much easier to deal with, so that's a nice little surprise!
gordon2456 paulaston's article
Jun 2, 2017 at 11:35
Jun 2, 2017
Pinkbike Poll: Not So Fast, Punc!
Im conflicted, should I give positive props for a fun joke or neg for giving them the idea, oh the dilemma!
gordon2456 paulaston's article
May 17, 2017 at 16:04
May 17, 2017
Mr Wolf Banger Tire Insert - First Ride
And some ocean front property in Arizona...
gordon2456 pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 25, 2017 at 21:27
Apr 25, 2017
What's Your Favorite Product From a Competitor? - Sea Otter 2017
Probably the lack of a comments section lol
gordon2456 david-boxmtb's article
Apr 1, 2017 at 9:55
Apr 1, 2017
Box Components Announces Revolutionary New Drivetrain
Actually, if they would use the 10-52 then it would be 520. You did a lot of extra math just to divide 52 by 11 lol (52/11=4.73)
gordon2456 paulaston's article
Mar 13, 2017 at 7:23
Mar 13, 2017
Canyon Sender - Review
@allballz: That would be terrible for small bump compliance and pedal bob (you could use it for one or the other, but not both). The input forces from small and high frequency bumps would be much to small and fast to spin it up unless it was a small mass and pedal bob (which isn't important in DH, but why make it worse) would be too great a force at such a slow rate that it spin it up with ease unless it was a large mass, making it pointless. Trying to adjust for both would be a nightmare. F1 is only concerned with the high frequency, not both. Very interesting though!
gordon2456 mikekazimer's article
Mar 9, 2017 at 9:04
Mar 9, 2017
Maxxis Unveils Tubeless Ready DH Tires, More 2.6” Options
Got my hopes up, I read 26" instead of 2.6". Oh well...
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