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iduckett RichardCunningham's article
Dec 13, 2018 at 14:16
7 hours
Nicolai Announces New G1 Enduro Bike
Swingarm... Driving pleasure... this thing a motorcycle? Certainly looks like a no f***s given machining and welding throw back to 2008. 7k series aluminium pleases the soul.
iduckett thebigheezy's article
Dec 11, 2018 at 8:05
3 days
Video: The Working Man's World Series - Episode 3
Way to go Adam! I admire your attitude in the face of adversity. And that night filming was sick AF - don't see that every day.
iduckett RichardCunningham's article
Dec 7, 2018 at 6:03
Dec 7, 2018
Op-ed: Another Lifetime - Journalist Meets Framebuilder
Draw some frames, build some jigs, buy some tubes, pick up the torch and get to it my friend. It's a long winter haha! My Formula SAE days were some of the best times with buddies.
iduckett deesta's photo
Dec 7, 2018 at 5:55
Dec 7, 2018
This is dope AF

iduckett mikelevy's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 10:09
Dec 6, 2018
Field Test: Trek Remedy 9.9
I'm there for Ferrentino comedy/antics/handlebar moustache... But that's just me.
iduckett mikelevy's article
Dec 4, 2018 at 10:25
Dec 4, 2018
Field Test: Kona Process 153 CR/DL 29
I'm 5'10", on the cusp, have a Med '16 134 (435mm reach) and tested a Lg '19 153 29er AL/DL (475mm reach). I initially felt like I was atop a tank. After riding for a few hours, I felt right at home on a Lg and appreciated the extra space to move around. Especially with the seat slammed to the top tube and out of the way, I could position my hips/body much easier on the 153. Some of that is attributed to longer dropper, some to reach, stack, standover, etc.. Another bonus is on switchback climbs my knees aren't hitting the bars. Sure a Lg is heavier, but it also comes with extra stability on the downs from the longer wheelbase. Oddly enough, a Large Altitude (452mm reach) felt uncomfortably large for me, despite having a shorter reach. I think that may have been in my head, due to the abusurdly low standover of the Process (818mm vs . 720mm resp.). ALSO, I have to say that having a reasonable BB height (346mm) on the Process is a godsend for hamfisted people like me. I had no pedal strikes while riding the 153 29er, while on the Lg Orbea Rallon (343/336mm w/ flip chip) I had half a dozen or more. Maybe some of that is sag, but having a 10mm higher BB is better for people like me. Partially why I still run a 160mm fork on my 134.
iduckett jamessmurthwaite's article
Nov 30, 2018 at 4:28
Nov 30, 2018
Cross-Country World Cups Were Viewed by More People Than Downhill for the First Time in 2018
Straight up masochists with roadie helmets, no dropper & no knee-pads.
iduckett whytebikesUSA's article
Nov 28, 2018 at 8:13
Nov 28, 2018
Whyte Launches 2019 Mountain Bikes
Looks like a well thought out bike - enjoy!
iduckett briceshirbach's article
Nov 27, 2018 at 10:53
Nov 27, 2018
Local Flavors: The Complete Guide to Riding in Stowe, Vermont
Growing up in the NEK (snowboarding @ Burke), Stowe was always regarded as "high class" *cough*pretentious*cough*, perfectly described in this article as it's own "bubble". However, I now live on the other side of Mansfield and frequent these trails in the peak of summer. When I want flow (i.e. bermy machine built), this network has it. Florence was one of the first in the area AFAIK (not counting Kingdom). The big secret is... you can bypass all the touristy crap (or tour it with the family another time) and go ride sick trail... for free (not counting Trapps). STP, and specifically Cady Hill, was the first trail system I donated to, and also motivated my stingy a** to buy a VMBA membership. I got a Killington DH pass out of it among other things, which more than covered the cost of entry. In any case, supporting the rebuild of Florence alone was worth it.
iduckett mikekazimer's article
Nov 21, 2018 at 6:40
Nov 21, 2018
Review: DMR Deathgrip - Ribs & Waffles to Make Your Hands Happy
Glad I got a Deathgrip for next year. Otherwise Den I would have gone Rogue and Strafed somebody's Race Face.
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