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jacks0n0 FRNZ's article
Feb 27, 2017 at 11:52
Feb 27, 2017
NZ Champs 2017 - Race for the Sleeve
jacks0n0 FRNZ's article
Feb 26, 2017 at 12:48
Feb 26, 2017
NZ Champs 2017 - DH Practice and XC Finals
@KiwiXC: we just shout to each other. Actually, it is pretty much one way communication. There is also a lot of the stoker following the movements of the captain, especially for popping jumps or soaking up bumps. Also, our Facebook is more frequently updated than the website. Search for jacksonrosetandem on Facebook
jacks0n0 FRNZ's article
Feb 25, 2017 at 20:37
Feb 25, 2017
NZ Champs 2017 - DH Practice and XC Finals
It gets the bike on the shuttles mate. Front wheel hangs over the side just like over the tailgate of a Ute (pickup truck in American). The carpet stops the stanchions from getting scratched
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jacks0n0 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 22, 2014 at 17:47
Oct 22, 2014
Ask Pinkbike: Remedy or Slash, Large frame - short stem, Should I Cut My DH Bar?
Or for more extreme corrections (like getting a long travel 29er into a decent pedaling position), run a riser bar upside down. And before anyone asks: No, it won't put your wrists at a weird angle, just rotate it to the right place the same as you would any other bar. It does look weird though.
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Jul 31, 2014 at 15:01
Jul 31, 2014
We've got a drift 1080 HD point-or-view camera and a Panasonic LX7

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Jul 30, 2014 at 14:28
Jul 30, 2014
Video: Two By Tandem
We use Hayes 224mm rotors (9" in US speak)
jacks0n0 jacks0n0's article
Jul 28, 2014 at 22:53
Jul 28, 2014
Video: Two By Tandem
Yes, it does always land nose first unless you are riding at absolute hyperspeed. It feels very smooth when landing though (especially on such little jumps).
jacks0n0 jacks0n0's article
Jul 28, 2014 at 22:48
Jul 28, 2014
Video: Two By Tandem
While it's no XC bike, you can make 200mm climb a whole lot better than your average DH bike by using and appropriate suspension curve. It is also a little easier to make an efficient climbing tandem because there is less weight transfer between the wheels when you stomp on the pedals. The 2.7" dual ply tires on the other hand, ouch!
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