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justwan-naride mikekazimer's article
Aug 4, 2017 at 16:11
Aug 4, 2017
Haley Smith's Norco Revolver - Mont-Sainte-Anne XC World Cup 2017
Nice to see droppers becoming common on xc rigs! Another trend seems to be going fs with rigid post or hardtail with dropper. Weight penalty too big for racing if they go all the way?
justwan-naride pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 2, 2017 at 15:28
Aug 2, 2017
Chris Akrigg: The Guide Raw - Video
Everytime... Every efin' time I watch a Chris Akrigg video I wanna grab my bike and go out and play like a little kid. It's happened again, and I just came back from a ride. Always an inspiration - thanks!
justwan-naride vernonfelton's article
Jul 30, 2017 at 9:12
Jul 30, 2017
Too Long? Too Slack? Not Enough? – Pinkbike Poll
@fartymarty: It's a '16 Whyte 905, 650B with a 130mm fork. Claimed bb height is 305, but actually measured 5mm less. Bike goes great, esp. int the turns. A mate has a Scott Aspect that's even lower at 297mm. Even my 2007 entry level Giant was 305mm.
justwan-naride davetrumpore's article
Jul 30, 2017 at 5:53
Jul 30, 2017
High Speed - Race Day 1, EWS Aspen 2017
Looking forward to the highlights video after the race is over!
justwan-naride vernonfelton's article
Jul 30, 2017 at 2:08
Jul 30, 2017
Too Long? Too Slack? Not Enough? – Pinkbike Poll
@fartymarty: my hardtail's bb center is 300mm from the ground and my crankarms are 170mm. With wide platform pedals on certain trails pedal strikes can be an issue, but with spds there's way less area to make contact, so all is good. Plus you can learn to time your pedalling to avoid strikes.
justwan-naride EnduroWorldSeries's article
Jul 29, 2017 at 14:04
Jul 29, 2017
The Pros Weigh in on Carbon vs Aluminum Wheels - EWS Aspen 2017
@mhoshal: well, it's pretty clear carbon doesn't work for him!
justwan-naride EnduroWorldSeries's article
Jul 29, 2017 at 3:33
Jul 29, 2017
The Pros Weigh in on Carbon vs Aluminum Wheels - EWS Aspen 2017
I'm really interested in pro enduro racer's equipment choice. They have to complete multi-stage races on the same bike and components while competing with other, equally talented athletes down gnarly terrain, often with a few seconds difference between them. If a component lasts a couple of races under such abuse it will probably last a season for the average guy. If it lasts a full racing season for them, then it will most likely provide years of service for the average rider.
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