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labourde mattbeer's article
Dec 2, 2023 at 3:09
Dec 2, 2023
ARC8's Prototype Downhill Bike Uses a Sliding Shock Mount
I found the idea interesting too first. I agree with you on the fact they are in the same plane as long as the plates are not screwed on the rest of the frame. I am not sure how precise the frame mounts could be accurately welded to the frame. Even if they are perfectly placed on the jig, they may not longer be well align after welding.
labourde henryquinney's article
Nov 24, 2023 at 2:45
Nov 24, 2023
Review: Berd’s Hawk 30 Wheels Use String Spokes for Impressive Compliance
@BarryWalstead: I cannot recall exactly what Ali C. used for the front wheel of his street/trials, but overtime he had problems with the ropes really being frayed. He had also to adjust the tension many times.
labourde duncshaw's article
Nov 11, 2023 at 9:54
Nov 11, 2023
Video: Duncan Shaw Shreds His Hometown Trails in 'Panz & Zoomz'
Would like to see him ride with Lucas. That would be a nice Shaw.
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Jul 22, 2023 at 15:58
Jul 22, 2023
Jul 22, 2023 at 15:56
Jul 22, 2023

Xprezo Gamjam 26" M with Fox shock and extra parts

$290 EUR
Xprezo Gamjam 26" M frame sold with: - Fox Rp23 shock - Headset FSA The Pig - Race Face bottom bracket (for 24mm axle like Shimano) - Seatpost - Seat Condition: Paint was removed from the front triangle. 2 small dents on the steel rear triangle. No crack. Shock is OK. Details: Front triangle in aluminum Rear triangle in steel Rear travel:115mm Front travel: up to 140mm EC34 headset 27,2 seatpost IS2000 brake mount 135*5 rear axle Geo (Medium): Head angle: 66 degrees Seattube: 406mm Top tube: 584 mm Chainstays: 432 mm BB height: 330 mm Wheelbase: 1142 mm Head tube length: 105 mm Got a fork that fits the frame and some other parts to sell if needed.

labourde scottsecco's article
Jun 5, 2023 at 13:13
Jun 5, 2023
Movies For Your Monday - Brandon Semenuk, Rémy Métailler, Phil Atwill, Jamie Foy, & More
Always enjoy the Shimano videos. This one was really refreshing and funny! "I cased every jump, literally every jump" Everyone started like this! "But you can't go around, so you have to!" Really like her mindset! Wish you the best for your future Zoe!
labourde mattbeer's article
Feb 9, 2023 at 15:57
Feb 9, 2023
11 Innovative Products That Inspired Other Brands To Follow
High pivot bikes? Who was the first brand? Balfa, Canfield Brothers, maybe even before? Tapered fork steerer?
labourde mattbeer's article
Feb 9, 2023 at 15:51
Feb 9, 2023
11 Innovative Products That Inspired Other Brands To Follow
Agree. Lock-ons have some drawbacks: the are heavier than slide-on grips, they can develop play and offer less comfort on the ends. I use currently some piano strings in combination with slide on grips (inspired from motocross) on my street/trial - a discipline with repeated shocks and fast wear of grips - and it seems to work well. A friend of mine meant that slide on grip do not work that well with bars which surface is structured. Glossy flat surface seem to give better results. Unfortunately, most bars have a structured surface where the grips are located. Most BMXer do not use lock-on grips.
labourde mattwragg's article
Sep 5, 2022 at 11:43
Sep 5, 2022
Interview: World Cup Downhill Riders' Union Rep Emilie Siegenthaler
Maybe David Zaslav suspects the frenchies only took the World Champs podium thanks to a home turf advantage.
labourde TEBP's article
Jun 28, 2022 at 11:54
Jun 28, 2022
The European Bike Project: More Exciting Products from Small European Manufacturers - June 2022
@Simzesun: even Nicolai ... And I think they know something about tight tolerance.
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