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hitarpotar jessiemaymorgan's article
May 20, 2024 at 6:58
13 hours
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
@kntr: where would the motor be better placed in your opinion? Somewhere up high so that it raises the bike’s weight balance higher?
hitarpotar jessiemaymorgan's article
May 20, 2024 at 5:20
15 hours
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
@SimbaandHiggins: what about Orbea? Their Wild is 20-21kg. Even if that’s EXO-tires equipped and small sized, it would be 23kg max with DD tires in large size. Still a significant difference!
hitarpotar jessiemaymorgan's article
May 20, 2024 at 1:44
19 hours
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
@bigtim: numerous bikes out there with bigger batteries that tip the scales lighter! ;)
hitarpotar mikekazimer's article
Apr 19, 2024 at 16:40
Apr 19, 2024
First Look: EXT's Vaia Inverted DH Fork & Updated Coil Shocks
New models last year, think they are 39mm stantions for the forks, 200mm for the double-crown, 190mm for the single crown, not very pleasant colors. Think they introduced a new gen of their shocks as well…
hitarpotar mikekazimer's article
Apr 12, 2024 at 1:17
Apr 12, 2024
First Ride: 2024 Yeti SB165 - Now With Mixed Wheels
Kinda disappointing! Too close to the 160 enduro rig - should have been released as sb170 or better yet a sb180 to differentiate it further!
hitarpotar mattbeer's article
Apr 9, 2024 at 15:39
Apr 9, 2024
First Ride: Forbidden Dreadnought V2 - More Travel & Longer Chainstays
Now someone needs to test if a 65mm stroke shock is compatible with the Dreadnought to make it a 170ish mm super-enduro! :)
hitarpotar mattbeer's article
Feb 25, 2024 at 1:46
Feb 25, 2024
Review: Lewis LHT Ultimate Brakes - Clones or Contenders?
@theArtiist: seems like you’re into trying all the top dogs in the brake market. What’s your opinion on the Intend Trinity brakes?
hitarpotar seb-stott's article
Feb 17, 2024 at 2:00
Feb 17, 2024
First Ride: Privateer 161 Gen 2 - The Beast Is Back
It’s funny how, according to Pinkbike, it’s not OK for a small manufacturer like Privateer to make 161mm out of a 60mm stroke, but it’s perfectly fine for a big one like Spesh or Santa Cruz to make 170mm out of the same stroke…
hitarpotar crestline's article
Feb 6, 2024 at 14:38
Feb 6, 2024
Crestline Releases Special RS180 Team Edition eMTB
@wellbastardfast: thanx for the clarification - wasn’t sure about it. What’s interesting about the e-Crestline is it’s not using an idler, yet they release a chart showing the frame has 22mm of rearward axle path - an amount that usually needs one. At least other manufacturers use one when having such a rearward path. Then again, Cascade do know their shit about suspension - couldn’t figure it out of their explanation about it, but i’m not this into suspension know-how! :)
hitarpotar crestline's article
Feb 6, 2024 at 5:27
Feb 6, 2024
Crestline Releases Special RS180 Team Edition eMTB
They work together with Cascade Components. Or are the brand of Cascade. Or vice versa, not sure really!
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