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litany jessiemaymorgan's article
May 5, 2024 at 11:54
May 5, 2024
Bike Check: Dakotah Norton's Prototype Mondraker Summum at Fort William World Cup
I don’t think most people realize how hilariously flexy moto handlebars are.
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May 1, 2024 at 19:52
May 1, 2024
May 1, 2024 at 19:51
May 1, 2024

Trickstuff Piccola with Hopp Carbon Levers and Clamps

$500 USD
I am selling my set of Piccola brakes, skip the 1+ year waitlist on these amazing, lightweight brakes! Dangerholm's favorite! Super smooth lever feel, because despite these being so light they run on sealed ball bearings, unlike the bushing shimano uses. Brakes are in excellent condition, and I can include the original alloy clamps. As you can see in the photos one of the Hopp clamps is setup for matchmaker. Hose lengths are 166cm and 87cm. The angle of the hose is adjustable (it's an adjustable banjo). If the hose isn't long enough for you (which is doubtful as this was on my Large Sniper, which is a long bike) the hose is super easy to replace, because you reuse the hardware, so you just order new hose, which doesn't have to come from Trickstuff. They have more information about this on their website.

May 1, 2024 at 19:42
May 1, 2024

S-Works Power

$125 USD
I am selling a couple of my Sworks Power saddles. They are both 143, in great condition, and one is still unridden with tags.

litany mikekazimer's article
Apr 16, 2024 at 9:08
Apr 16, 2024
First Ride: Fox's New Transfer Dropper Post - Adjustable Travel, Up to 240mm of Drop
Wow, 240mm drop. Rockshox still stuck on 170mm. You'd think that would be embarrassing.
litany henryquinney's article
Mar 28, 2024 at 13:43
Mar 28, 2024
BYB Tech Releases Chrono Timing System
@RodEnry: How short of a open lap can you create? For instance if you want to work on one technical section, and figure out the line etc your lap may only be 5 seconds. Is this accurate enough for such a short track? Assuming using the dual triggers.
Mar 27, 2024 at 12:42
Mar 27, 2024

Orbea Rise Lightweight EMTB

$4500 USD
This is the definitive lightweight EMTB! $10,000 new, 10 pounds lighter than a typical EMTB but with just as much power as the heavyweights! The light weight makes the bike way more fun, and makes everything else easier (like loading the bike into a car or truck) not to mention it makes the bike faster! This is basically a top of the line, best of breed EMTB. Look up the reviews! It also comes with the range extender battery ($600 new) for huge rides, you can easily do 5 hour epics like the Palm Canyon Epic! Fox Factory Suspension Fox 36 Fork with Grip 2 Damper Fox Factory DPS rear shock Fox Factory Transfer Dropper seatpost Shimano XTR 4-Piston Hydraulic Disc Brakes Shimano XTR 12 speed Derailleur Shimano XTR 12 speed Cassette Shimano XTR Shifters Bike is in great shape, has a few scratches here and there, a few bubbles under the PPF and a bit of damage to the PPF by the rear axle, but is in great working order. Bike also has InvisiFrame Paint Protection film to protect the beautiful, exposed carbon with a blue tint that this bike has. The paint really has to be seen in person to be appreciated! The wheels are MINT! The reviews say the motor is a lower power version of the EP8. It's not, it just has lower power default settings and a different badge. It is the same motor and you can tune it in the shimano app for just as much boost. The thing flies up hills!

litany dariodigiulio's article
Mar 12, 2024 at 13:25
Mar 12, 2024
First Ride: RockShox Flight Attendant XC Suspension System
Is adaptive ride dynamics coming to the current FA stuff for those of us already riding with the quarq? I have that setup so would really like to know!
litany dariodigiulio's article
Mar 12, 2024 at 13:22
Mar 12, 2024
First Ride: RockShox Flight Attendant XC Suspension System
@dariodigiulio: it kind of just sits on top of the damper. At least the zeb one. You can definitely take it off, and probably ride it still. All it does is turn a “knob” down in there. There are a couple of set screws that hold it onto the top (the hex flats you use to take the damper out like normal). So it’s fully external. It’s like a fancy top cap. It’s super protected where it is. I did tweak mine once, but it wasn’t a big deal, kinda just spun a bit. I actually take it off now when I put it in a bike bag for travel because that’s actually the riskiest position I put it in (overlaps with the tire in the bag). It’s very easy, just a set screw.
litany pinkbikeoriginals's article
Mar 7, 2024 at 17:48
Mar 7, 2024
Video: Are Inverted Forks Here To Finally Stay? | Pinkbike Weekly Show Ep. 17
How much lighter is the unsprung mass really? Magnesium lowers are pretty dang light. Take the USD lower, with the brake mount, guards, the whole assembly and weigh it. I'll be surprised if the Push lowers are even 50g lighter than the 36 (they call it a trail fork).
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