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jbculligan mikelevy's article
Feb 13, 2020 at 12:21
Feb 13, 2020
Opinion: Does Mountain Biking Need a Race of Champions?
somewhere in here there's a mathematical formula that could be created to try to figure out the course -- if the DH champ might be 15% faster on a DH course than the XC champ, but the XC champ would be 20% faster on a XC style course -- and then do similar calcs across each discipline -- you could sort of handicap each section type as a percentage of the course to try to even the odds of anyone winning. Hard part is getting the source data, but a few trial races could start to sort it out.
jbculligan pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 3, 2020 at 10:50
Feb 3, 2020
Round 1 Voting Closed: 2019 Photo of the Year
Amazing shots - but i see a lot of 'instagrammy' manufactured shots here. (set it up, multiple takes, etc) They may or may not be, but mtb is such a spontaneous, flowing adventure -- needs some shots that capture that. The fear, the adrenaline, the wonder, etc. It's the soul of surfing the mountain vs the heavily practiced skills of a skate park. These tended to lean more towards the rehearsed skate park feel.
jbculligan pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 3, 2020 at 10:29
Feb 3, 2020
Round 1 Voting Closed: 2019 Photo of the Year
"Biking" usually means 95%-100% of the time the wheels are on the ground. Although these are really nice photographs of "outdoor gymnastics" -- only missing are the leotards.
jbculligan gerrycreighton's article
Nov 24, 2019 at 10:22
Nov 24, 2019
jbculligan pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jul 13, 2018 at 12:00
Jul 13, 2018
Video: The Craziest Megavalanche Ever...
wonder if you could run super low tire pressure in the snow, and then stop and nitro it back up once your out of the snow... or maybe it wouln't help or maybe its not worth it... super hairy - looks awesome
Rode in Montebello Open Space. view ridelog
Apr 19, 2018 at 20:35
Apr 19, 2018
30.3 km - 03:08 - 6 achievements
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Feb 10, 2018 at 18:11
Feb 10, 2018
Selling
Feb 10, 2018 at 17:58
Feb 10, 2018

NEW RITCHEY WCS VANTAGE 29 WHEELSET THRU AXLE XD

$450 USD
New Ritchey Wheelset. These have never been ridden or even mounted on a bike. I bought these as a spare set and never got around to using them. There are some small marks on the end caps of the rear wheel from changing out the freehub from regular to SRAM XD (light wrench marks) - other than that these are brand spanking new. - Includes the regular freehub in addition to the SRAM XD that's installed on the rear wheel - use it for either setup - Does not include centerlock locking rings. - Rear tire has Stans yellow tubeless rim tape; Front tire has a standard Zipp rim tape. - 15x100 12x142 plus 2 Freehubs (XD and Reg) These are in perfect new shape, ready to roll -- awesome wheelset, take 'em out there and rip. Priced at $400+$50 shipping. From Ritchey: Ritchey WCS Vantage 29" MTB Wheelset Ritchey's WCS Vantage 29" MTB Wheelset takes the underlying DNA of earlier Vantage models that were raced to podium finishes in National and World Cup events throughout the 1990s. Now stronger, lighter, stiffer, and basically better than ever before, this Ritchey WCS Vantage 29" MTB Wheelset can take any rocky ride in its stride. An Unfair Advantage with WCS Vantage A wheelset that weighs in at 1.64kg and features a rim made from proprietary aerospace grade alloy will always garner interest simply because it's light and strong. Ritchey's Ritchey WCS Vantage 29" MTB Wheelset is not only lighter and stronger than before but it's also stiffer and more responsive, which makes climbing and descending a breeze. With power continuously transferred into forward motion, you'll gain ground with each revolution. Couple these features with a 21mm internal rim width that reduces sidewall flex thus accommodating wider tyres for improved comfort; you can enjoy every advantage on offer. Features: Material: Proprietary Aerospace Grade Alloy (rim); Alloy (nipples); Alloy (freehub) Hubs: Cold-forged WCS hubs with oversized, premium quality cartridge bearings Disc Brake Mount: Centrelock Front Axle: Convertible between 20mm/15mm/QR (adaptors available separately) Rear Axle: Convertible between QR and 142x12mm TA (adaptors available separately) 24mm tall OCR™ (Off Centre Rim) Rim: WCS Vantage tubeless 28h OCR rims Rim Width (Internal): 21mm Rim Depth: 24mm Spoke Count (front/rear): 28/28 Spokes: DT Competition 2.0/1.8 DB Weight: 1.64kg (front: 774g; rear: 871g (142x12mm TA)

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Nov 14, 2017 at 22:11
Nov 14, 2017
Selling
Nov 14, 2017 at 21:57
Nov 14, 2017

ALCHEMY TITANIUM GRAVEL CROSS FRAME 54CM DISC ENVE

$2500 USD
Awesome modern titanium gravel/road/cross frame from one of the best builders in the USA. Hand built in Denver. SAVE $1,000+ on an amazing ride. I love this bike - ordered earlier in the year and built it up and road some epic adventure rides this summer on it. I don't really want to part with it - but with 7 bikes in the garage - I need trim the herd a little. This frame and fork is in perfect condition aside from a a few cable rub marks on the headtube -- but being titanium, i assume those could be cleaned up easily. The frame was built for a 1X drivetrain setup (mechanical or hydraulic) -- there is no cable stop on the down tube for a front derailleur. (although could be added easily i assume) Steerer Tube has 3.5 inches of space above the headtube/headset From Alchemy website: CHIRON | TITANIUM Chiron; state-of-the-art titanium craftsmanship. Easily the most stunning titanium bike in any starting grid. And a second-to-none performance machine. S-bend seat and chain stays dampen the ride and keep the rear tire tracking while also offering more tire clearance than a traditional CX or gravel frame. Chiron’s tapered down tube and top tube translate into increased stiffness and torque at the bottom bracket. American-made seamless 3a/2.5v titanium tubing creates a frame that holds up to any abuse and delivers world-beating performance. FRAMESET FEATURES Alchemy’s hand-picked USA made titanium tubeset Raw titanium finish Flat mount thru axle 12 x 142 rear dropout Tapered Head Tube (1 1/8 to 1 1/4) S-bend seat and chain stays Cane Creek headset ENVE GRD fork including integrated removable fender ($700 on its own) with 3.5 inches of space above headtube/headset Set up for 1X drivetrain T47 Bottom Bracket 100% made in USA 54cm GRAVEL CENTRIC GEOMETRY: Seat Tube Length C-T: 528 Effective Top Tube: 543 Head Tube Length: 140 Head Tube Angle: 72.4 Frame Stack: 558 Frame Reach: 380 Seat Tube Angle: 73.8 Chain Stay Length: 420 Bottom Bracket Drop: 74 Trail: 58

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