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lennskii OneUpComponents's article
Nov 29, 2023 at 13:28
Nov 29, 2023
OneUp Components Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary by Announcing Refund for First 42T Customers
Always happy to support OneUp - they're my first stop for components. Nothing but too notch service and after sales support including any super minor warranty claims (that all companies experience, exceot OneUp treat it as an opportunity to make their product better vs. treating you like an annoyance).
lennskii henryquinney's article
Sep 23, 2023 at 0:19
Sep 23, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 196 - The Industry Ideas That Just Keep Coming Back
I really enjoyed this general chat/banter about setup/gear preferences. Glaring omission is Set Stott. You need more of him in these discussions as the most scientific journo.
lennskii mikekazimer's article
Jul 20, 2023 at 19:24
Jul 20, 2023
Kona Previews New Process X Alloy & Carbon 153
@barp: Certainly is freaky (to be split along the grain). Figured Kona recognise this unusual defect and honour a warranty. Nope, the warranty was 12-months out of the 3 year period and the best they could do was offer a discount on an existing model (which was on sale for more or less what the discount they offered).
lennskii mikekazimer's article
Jul 19, 2023 at 21:08
Jul 19, 2023
Kona Previews New Process X Alloy & Carbon 153
@barp The TT, a cm or so after the weld at the ST/TT junction.
lennskii konaworld's article
Jul 19, 2023 at 21:03
Jul 19, 2023
Video: Shiggy Mac Hits Handbuilt Shore Lines on Kona’s Process X
@KickouThe-Jams: Out of the 3 WTB ST Light rims I've owned and maybe 4 or 5 out of mate's bikes I've owned (even when these rims were used for gravel bikes) all suffered rim cracks at the nipple within the first year or two of use. One of the worst rims on the market (would take a bog standard Alexrim over a WTB ST OEM rim). A shame because their KOM rims are decent.
lennskii mikekazimer's article
Jul 18, 2023 at 14:51
Jul 18, 2023
Kona Previews New Process X Alloy & Carbon 153
I also had a soft spot for Kona but will no longer buy one in Australia after getting screwed over with their warranty. Lifetime warranty for US/EU/Canada, in Aus it's a measly three years (in small fine print). This was for a Kona Sutra (essentially a steel touring bike where the tube split down the center). In other words, the majority of carbon DH race bikes sold in Aus has more warranty cover than a steel 'bombproof touring bike. from Kona.
lennskii dariodigiulio's article
Jun 22, 2023 at 15:42
Jun 22, 2023
First Look & Ride: WTB's New Saddle Lineup
A seat = something you sit on/takes all your weight. A saddle = something you sit on to support your weight with the rest of it supported by other things (pedals, bars). Should call them saddle posts if anything!
lennskii mikekazimer's article
Jun 19, 2023 at 18:50
Jun 19, 2023
Staff Rides: Mike Kazimer's Coil Shock Trek Fuel EX
@dancingwithmyself: Agreed. Common consensus is that 20% is almost the bare minimum to run a linear coil well, and ideally around 30%+ to run a linear coil very well.
lennskii henryquinney's article
Jun 14, 2023 at 16:43
Jun 14, 2023
Review: Hunt Proven Carbon Wheelset
@eh-steve: Would love to pick up some WAO wheels but unfortunately the dealer/distributor/support here in Aus is non-existent (unlike Hunt who have nailed their distributor logistics).
lennskii mikekazimer's article
Jun 14, 2023 at 16:38
Jun 14, 2023
First Ride: 2024 Rocky Mountain Slayer
See them all the time where I live, more than I ought to. I suspect it's because people who buy Rocky's here in Aus are likely more enthusiastic than say your average Polygon/Giant rider and actually ride their bike. As with all non-direct brands it depends on the dealer network in your area.
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