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hughlunnon alicialeggett's article
Sep 26, 2022 at 9:16
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Review: The Digit Datum & Its Integrated 'Analog' Suspension
I'd like to see a squish test - in my minds eye this is putting a huge amount of load onto the rear shock bushes, no?
hughlunnon jamesstokoephoto's article
Aug 20, 2022 at 9:52
Aug 20, 2022
13 Dual Slalom Bikes from Strait Acres Slalom Invitational
What bike is nobels? The frame name isnt anywhere I can see?
hughlunnon mattbeer's article
Jul 5, 2022 at 1:35
Jul 5, 2022
Review: Cotic RocketMAX Gen4 - Stealthy, Steel, and Simple
@cotic-bikes: any reason you couldn't add a mount above the top tube, right at the back? it might not work for some smaller sizes but standover just isn't an issue for a lot of taller riders (including Matt if you look at how much lower is showing on his dropper post)
hughlunnon ChristophBayer's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 0:49
Jul 3, 2022
hughlunnon SCOR's article
Jul 1, 2022 at 8:39
Jul 1, 2022
SCOR Launches Range of Kids Bikes
my 5 year old weighs 20kg (pretty normal for his age). he simply doesn't generate enough force to overcome sticktion on most forks, most of the time. His bike (an older speccy riprock) has big tyres similar to these and they absorb all the low-magnitude noise (roots, bumps etc) that kids at his level are likely to meet. For the 24" bike, suspension might start to make sense, but on a 20" I don't see any point. That said, with a $50 drivetrain, these things have pretty poor vfm
hughlunnon henryquinney's article
Jun 27, 2022 at 8:22
Jun 27, 2022
Review: Knolly Chilcotin 151
I personally really like a bike with a shorter rear end and a long front end. My current bike has a 505 reach and a 440mm chainstay (the xl is a 530mm reach and the same rear end) - and, having moved from something with a longer rear end, I think it feels great. It maybe lost some of the 'ploughability' of the longer bike, but it is more manouverable, easier to manual, and just feels more playful.
hughlunnon ergonbike's article
Jun 9, 2022 at 10:41
Jun 9, 2022
Ergon Announces Redesigned SM Downhill Saddle
I mean, it's no loveseat, but it's nice to see dh specific options out there
hughlunnon methelmets's article
Jun 8, 2022 at 15:39
Jun 8, 2022
MET Announces New Helmets for Kids & Toddlers
Cratoni helmets also have the rachet system, my 3 and 5 year olds can both take them off, the 5 year old can put it on by himself. A way better system than pinchy clips
hughlunnon mattbeer's article
Nov 30, 2021 at 7:18
Nov 30, 2021
First Look: Orange Stage 6 Evo
@hellbelly: to fulfil your 'old XC rigs' condition, my 1999 orange mrXC (their first swingarm single-pivot bike like this) has a waterbottle mount under the top-tube
hughlunnon mattbeer's article
Nov 30, 2021 at 3:09
Nov 30, 2021
First Look: Orange Stage 6 Evo
£6400 (that's $11,000 CAD) for SLX?
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