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Oct 1, 2022 at 9:54
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kiwi-in-ns mikekazimer's article
Feb 10, 2022 at 6:18
Feb 10, 2022
Opinion: Muc-Off's New E-Bike Drivetrain Tool is Silly
@mi-bike: what's the point? My bike is light and I ride way more than my wife, but she'll kill me on her pink e-bike every time. I can't even ride faster than 35kmh on a road bike.
kiwi-in-ns edspratt's article
Jan 25, 2022 at 7:50
Jan 25, 2022
Round Up: 19 Bike Industry Jobs Available Right Now
There's are plenty of stories of people being ruined by low wages and verbal agreements not being followed through on by people who were in LA's orbit from that time. I get the impression that salaries were abysmal. Read Mike Anderson's story (LA's wrench and PA in the early 00's), he was promised a bike shop by LA but ended up with nothing but financial ruin. He did have a store in NZ for a bit, but it closed up.
kiwi-in-ns mattbeer's article
Jan 25, 2022 at 7:37
Jan 25, 2022
10 Small Canadian Manufacturers Making Rad Things
I know they don't make bikes, but Canadian Lumber in Halifax is a small manufacturer making rad cones!
kiwi-in-ns edspratt's article
Jan 25, 2022 at 7:34
Jan 25, 2022
Mondraker Now Ships Bikes in 100% Recyclable Packaging
So frames and components are produced in China, shipped to Spain to be assembled and then shipped to markets such as North America in recyclable cardboard boxes. I guess I can see why you wouldn't want to ruin the world with 2 zip ties.......
kiwi-in-ns Paulinski2000's article
Dec 31, 2021 at 8:04
Dec 31, 2021
Video: 11 Year Old Harry Schofield's Huge Sends from 2021
@PinkBikeWhisperer: I think that's a wide generalization. While it's somewhat true, a rider who is naturally gifted with the right support can make it into the top tier. My wife's got a couple of nephews. One is pro-MX racer who got his first bike at 10 and started racing in pro-ranks at 15. He has spent a few summers down south but mostly made a nice little career out of it for the last 17 years while supplementing it with carpentry. He made his way up a long time ago, but the pathway is still there. Another nephew is 16 and races road bikes. He's only been on a bike for 2 years and is already the Atlantic champion (super and sportbike) and got a podium finish at the nationals this year. He's currently racing as an amateur but that won't last long.
kiwi-in-ns pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 24, 2021 at 5:45
Dec 24, 2021
Enter to Win A Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Pro Bike - Pinkbike's Advent Calendar Giveaway
Wife keeps telling me I don't need a new bike...... *clicks enter*
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