jordanneedsafork

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jordanneedsafork mikekazimer's article
Apr 27, 2017 at 9:18
2 days
It's Alive: Santa Cruz Reveals the V10 29er
true, for the same rider on the same trail that statement is generally true. but if you are a very tall you might feel cramped and uncomfortable on a small bike and want that security of a bigger set of wheels. like why i dont really like BMXes cause they are too small and i fall off the back. personal choice really dictates it on a personal level but on the whole i think the statement rings true that most people would find 29ers faster and 26ers mroe fun
jordanneedsafork mikekazimer's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 9:05
3 days
It's Alive: Santa Cruz Reveals the V10 29er
doesnt mean its a new standard lol
jordanneedsafork mikekazimer's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 2:19
Apr 26, 2017
It's Alive: Santa Cruz Reveals the V10 29er
this is what i have always said. 26inch hardtail will be the most fun even if its nowhere near the fastest cause its jsut so much easier to get to that raw edge. and living in the uk you need that cause we are not exactly overflowing with places like utah and whistler
jordanneedsafork mikekazimer's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 2:16
Apr 26, 2017
It's Alive: Santa Cruz Reveals the V10 29er
following the wheelsize and geometry trends isnt a reason not to buy a new bike. who cares if its not the newest as long as its more fun than your last one
jordanneedsafork mikekazimer's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 2:15
Apr 26, 2017
It's Alive: Santa Cruz Reveals the V10 29er
650b was always the worst of both. it was nothing but a marketing ploy to ease consumers onto bigger wheels
jordanneedsafork mikekazimer's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 2:14
Apr 26, 2017
It's Alive: Santa Cruz Reveals the V10 29er
29 inch has been a standard wheel size for over 10 years...
jordanneedsafork mikekazimer's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 2:12
Apr 26, 2017
It's Alive: Santa Cruz Reveals the V10 29er
i have always said 29ers are the fastest and 26 is the most fun. for racing 29ers where always going to be a thing. 27.5 was always a method jsut to ease everyone onto 29ers without the public going mad. its a shame that the consumer mountainbiking industry is driven by professional racing. cause the average joe rides for fun at the end of the day. if going as fast as possible is your idea of fun then its a good time for you. but for me? ill stick with my hard tail 26" bike and not worrying about strava times :)
jordanneedsafork vernonfelton's article
Apr 24, 2017 at 12:03
Apr 24, 2017
Another New Standard? Here Comes Boost 20x110
finally, the only stiff axle diameter is back
jordanneedsafork fraktiv's article
Apr 15, 2017 at 1:47
Apr 15, 2017
Bespoked Bicycle Show 2017 - Randoms
"oozed style" yeah okay, go have another overpriced craft beer
jordanneedsafork EnduroWorldSeries's article
Apr 8, 2017 at 15:10
Apr 8, 2017
Is Narrow the New Wide? - EWS Round 2 - Video
are enduro bikes actually designed to be as fast as possible or is it jsut a fashion show for companies to market things that they wanna sell to people? also since when as 740 been narrow? do people not remember 680mm bars? and even then they are not narrow like in the old days
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