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heatproofgenie mikelevy's article
Nov 17, 2022 at 10:02
Nov 17, 2022
First Look: Yeti's New SB140 - Splitting the Difference
Sprinkling these releases out is great. Just lets the contempt build and build.
heatproofgenie mattbeer's article
Nov 10, 2022 at 10:45
Nov 10, 2022
Review: 2023 Yeti SB160 - The Revised Racer
@sim70n: I agree and disagree. A manufacturer should design and build a product to stand up to intended use. In Yeti's case they needed to add more material on the downtube bend and create better protection. Yeti isn't the only one with issues here to be fair, however their whole race driven marketing and high prices mean my standards for them are higher.
heatproofgenie mattbeer's article
Nov 10, 2022 at 10:43
Nov 10, 2022
Review: 2023 Yeti SB160 - The Revised Racer
Same thing happened to me. When I emailed Yeti to clarify warranty and to explain what happened they accused me of lying and saying the only way the damage could have happened was from a tip over and not a rock strike. Yeti lost me as a customer that day.
heatproofgenie mattbeer's article
Nov 10, 2022 at 10:03
Nov 10, 2022
Review: 2023 Yeti SB160 - The Revised Racer
Only took four years to come out with a better downtube protector.
heatproofgenie pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 18, 2022 at 18:26
Oct 18, 2022
heatproofgenie mikelevy's article
Oct 13, 2022 at 7:24
Oct 13, 2022
heatproofgenie henryquinney's article
Oct 12, 2022 at 9:09
Oct 12, 2022
Things That Didn't Happen in the Bike Industry Last Month - Round Up
Count me in for the chainsaw hate. I would love to attend a WC race in person especially with my kids but at this point am questioning that desire due to the asinine chainsaws everywhere.
heatproofgenie seb-stott's article
Oct 5, 2022 at 9:14
Oct 5, 2022
BMC's All-New Fourstroke Has a Self-Dropping 'Automatic' Seatpost
Completely rad. Would really be a positive improvement for keeping the flow and momentum going and for XC would really save energy.
heatproofgenie mikekazimer's article
Oct 4, 2022 at 14:23
Oct 4, 2022
First Look: Ibis Oso - Not Just an Electric Ripmo
@twonsarelli: I've quit chasing Strava times as well and it's made riding so much more enjoyable overall and certainly safer. I'm of the opinion that Strava has very much been bad for the sport. People don't want to take the time for proper yielding, horrible trail braiding, etc. At 46 I've also shifted to taking less risks as well but without knowing the details of AL's accident we can all imagine scenarios and that underlines that are sport has risk. Even if taking it easy and maybe most then. I do know that it brings vibrancy to life so riding will always be worth it. I hope Alicia recovers fully!
heatproofgenie mikekazimer's article
Oct 4, 2022 at 14:17
Oct 4, 2022
First Look: Ibis Oso - Not Just an Electric Ripmo
@wburnes: You do lose mountain bike specific climbing fitness. The strength needed to muscle over tough root or rock sections, etc. Full fat emtb pedaling is much more akin to road fitness. Lower powered bikes are middle ground. I agree that you definitely gain upper body, core and then attack position strength. They are amazing tools for getting fitness and skills but you need to keep riding normal bikes at least weekly to keep the mountain bike fitness.
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