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kiwikiter RichardCunningham's article
Sep 11, 2019 at 13:07
Sep 11, 2019
First Look: BikeYoke's New Suspension Saddle & Adjustable-Stroke Dropper Post
The bike yoke revive is by miles the best dropper I have had (past history fox, rock shox, KS Lev). Had two years no troubles, easy self service, super smooth, smallest total length for dropper height. I ride with a group of around 15. The two of us with revive never a problem in the two years owned. Everyone else with other brands some issue including a number requiring replacement. So good.
kiwikiter jamessmurthwaite's article
Jul 11, 2019 at 13:17
Jul 11, 2019
Rachel Atherton Out of Les Gets World Cup with Ruptured Achilles Tendon
@in2falling: what’s all this nonsense about worst and second worst? Perhaps you mean the worst you have had. Happily take ruptured Achilles or patella over a zillion others. Eg paraplegia, brain injury, penile amputation etc. etc.
kiwikiter mikelevy's article
Jun 26, 2019 at 15:44
Jun 26, 2019
RockShox's Updated Reverb Stealth Gets the Squishy Post-Fixing Vent Valve
I have owned RockShox raceface is lev in the past. Have now had a bikeyoke revive for 19 months. I ride about 6-8 hours per week. There is no comparison. Bikeyoke first then daylight between that and second. Great design, most compact size allowing greater drop pergoven seat tube, Super slick action, easy bleed (only needed if I have the bike upside down). Super easy to service yourself. Just did second service (clean and grease, no parts needed) and still as smooth as when new. Truly awesome product. @Sacki:
kiwikiter mikelevy's article
Jun 26, 2019 at 15:34
Jun 26, 2019
kiwikiter mikelevy's article
Oct 14, 2017 at 13:42
Oct 14, 2017
Poll - How Clean is EWS Racing?
@WAKIdesigns: Also as a doctor (General Practioner) I'd give same advice as the urologist - testoterone great idea short term if you don't have any thought for future problems. All good until you get the resultant stroke, heart attack or prostate cancer.
kiwikiter solidbikes's article
Apr 14, 2016 at 13:16
Apr 14, 2016
The Hunt for Perfection - Inside BOS Suspension
Perhaps the best illustration of BOS service problems. I decided to take out my Kirk from YT capra because I just couldn't get to grips with the damping. Some may say its because I didn't have the expertise or time to sort out the finer points. Possibly (my take is that the Kirk is just not that good). Anyway, for whatever reason I put in a Monarch plus. Instantly transformed performance. So happy with it I swapped out the Deville for a Lyric (which was fine really and the Lyric not a major change noticeable to me). Anyway was chatting to the local agent this week about something else and he asked me about my BOS so told him my story. Guess what? He would like to buy my shock and fork because they are having lot of trouble getting parts from BOS for warranty claims! New low I would have thought. Service agent has to buy used components to get parts for less than 1 year old items!
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