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loganflores nr22's article
May 13, 2017 at 20:25
May 13, 2017
Burgtec Ride Wide Carbon Enduro Bar and Enduro Stem MK2 – Review
I totally agree everyone hyped up enduro and completely destroyed super d. In super d someone who climbed better had a better shot and people who couldn't made up for it on the downs. Timed stages for climbs are bs and encourage people not to try on a climb. I love the down most but you have to respect the climb.
loganflores vernonfelton's article
Jan 1, 2017 at 11:34
Jan 1, 2017
What's the Perfect Tire Width For All-Around Riding? - Pinkbike Poll
@Kramz: You bring up the best point about why we use our system. In machining there are benefits in the us standard thread pitches. Most of machinists I've know are proficient in both.
loganflores vernonfelton's article
Sep 2, 2016 at 22:36
Sep 2, 2016
Tech from the Pits: Vallnord DH World Cup 2016
So I was at an industrial trade show a few months back and some guy was trying to sell us some anti-vibration tape. His demo was cool he took a 4x4 piece of sheet metal and dropped it on the concrete it clanged made a sound, he picked it up slapped a small snip of the tape on and the sound was cut roughly in half second drop. I could see it cutting rattling but I don't see enough on there to do anything. I've got a sample I didn't think to try it on a bike.
loganflores pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 22, 2016 at 17:25
Aug 22, 2016
Semenuk Melts Minds at Red Bull Joyride - Video
This is not really new people have been doing this for years (without the aid of a freecoaster in lots of cases) I'm pretty sure Jeff lenoski did it in a few big movies I could be wrong. It was an awesome trick but I wonder if anyone commenting on this has done that trick (bmxers learn it off curbs and progress to massive highs)or have ridden a freecoaster which makes a huge difference the other rider doing it on a smaller drop with a freehub is more impressive in my mind having done the trick with both styles of hub.
loganflores paulaston's article
Jun 15, 2016 at 17:12
Jun 15, 2016
Pinkbike Tech: SWAT Your Bike
Spare spoke taped to the inside of your seat posts for those with non droppers, patches in the handlebar. And my favorite applies less with current bikes having fewer bosses for bottles. But you can fit a c02 pump, tube, chain tool, links Allen wrenches,other random bits and a shop rag into a water bottle. It's transferable for your bikes handy for commuters but the same applies to mountain biking. I'm the guy who carries the bag with everything imaginable stuff that people say "your never gonna need that" until we do. But when I packed light this was perfect
loganflores RichardCunningham's article
Oct 12, 2015 at 23:56
Oct 12, 2015
Review: Pacenti PDent Handlebar and Stem
Do you remember arguing this back in 2006 or was that darkhorse
Jul 2, 2015 at 16:38
Jul 2, 2015


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May 29, 2015
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Feb 24, 2015 at 0:24
Feb 24, 2015
All the hydros I've got are older. Mostly have frames wheels cranks and bars.

loganflores RichardCunningham's article
Feb 21, 2015 at 9:09
Feb 21, 2015
Shimano’s Official Di2 XTR Launch
Had to put in my two cents. I find it kind of offensive that a new tech comes along (that integrates electricity) and suddenly mechanical tech is worthless only dinosaurs will still use it. The idea that mechanical systems are hard to understand is amusing as I'd like to see how many people could take apart one of these and fix it seems like shimano wants us to throw away our drivetrain if a piece breaks. It would also seem like all of this cuts the life of your components how many shifts does a servo last compared to mechs I've had for 10 years. I've worked on well maintained bikes from the 70s and 80s that still work perfectly. But shimano has never wanted you to repair their stuff that's why most of it is riveted together no chance of repair you must upgrade.
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