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grgsmith TEBP's article
Jul 5, 2024 at 10:33
Jul 5, 2024
Eurobike 2024: Exciting Products from European Manufacturers - Part 2
That Cavalerie is beautiful and looks so clean.
grgsmith sarahmoore's article
Jun 19, 2024 at 20:24
Jun 19, 2024
Video: The New Crans-Montana XC World Cup Course Is A Piece of Art - A Very Technical One
Looks pretty sketch, for sure. I didn't like the look of that! Maybe it's better in person? The drop itself when executed SUCCESSFULLY looks pretty tame, but when something goes wrong...
grgsmith jessiemaymorgan's article
Jun 6, 2024 at 14:12
Jun 6, 2024
Shimano Files Patent for a Direct-Mount Single-Sided 3-Piston Brake Caliper [Updated]
@ratedgg13: Eh, yes AND half of the standards those things are complete garbage. 2 backward 2 steps forward repeat every 2 years.
grgsmith seb-stott's article
May 16, 2024 at 20:03
May 16, 2024
Review: SeaSucker Talon Bike Rack - Does It Suck?
@TommyNunchuck: Wouldn't it be the opposite. Suction is low pressure. Inside the suction cup is low pressure, outside is high pressure. You want a HIGH pressure differential to push the suction cup on to the car.
grgsmith seb-stott's article
May 16, 2024 at 20:01
May 16, 2024
Review: SeaSucker Talon Bike Rack - Does It Suck?
Off topic, but you should take a look at the level of redundancy in modern airliners. Saying "if it goes wrong, it goes REALLY WRONG" isn't true. It's totally the opposite! In fact, when things go wrong it's a lot more likely they only go a little bit wrong and everyone is fine. (As a example, losing an engine is not catastrophic. Or failure to extend landing gear.)
grgsmith mikekazimer's article
May 1, 2024 at 21:26
May 1, 2024
How Tight? Examining the UCI's Clothing Rules for DH Racing
Sometimes I do that while riding my mountain bike on roads when it's muddy on the trails. For variety.
grgsmith jessiemaymorgan's article
Apr 27, 2024 at 18:17
Apr 27, 2024
Pinkbike Poll: Riser Bar or Extra Spacers Under the Stem?
If the grips end up in the same position it doesn't matter how you go about that. The load on the headset is the same regardless.
grgsmith mikekazimer's article
Apr 19, 2024 at 19:00
Apr 19, 2024
Randoms Round 1 - Sea Otter 2024
Exactly. In this case for a 121 tooth drive ring paired with a 5 pawl and 0.59 degrees of engagement (per I9 specs) this means only 1 pawl is engaging at a time. (Interesting, I'm curious if that puts more load on the bearings than engaging in symmetrical pairs)
grgsmith mikekazimer's article
Apr 19, 2024 at 18:55
Apr 19, 2024
Randoms Round 1 - Sea Otter 2024
I've put about 14,000 miles on a I9 hubs (across two hubs on two bikes). They've been very reliable for me, although bearings don't last forever. No complaints here. DT Swiss has also been rock solid, although low engagement. Shimano required annoying service but also worked fine.
grgsmith jessiemaymorgan's article
Jan 10, 2024 at 19:54
Jan 10, 2024
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