martn mdelorme's article
Jul 4, 2019 at 5:51Jul 4, 2019
Bike & Gear Check with EWS Photographers Matthew DeLorme & Dave Trumpore
Very interesting. How about proper food, like meals? Do you need to carry stuff or are there enough feed zones?
martn MavicTransProvence's article
Jul 3, 2019 at 14:29Jul 3, 2019
Photo Epic: The Final Cut - Trans-Provence 2019
Thanks for those photos!
martn raceface's article
Mar 13, 2019 at 13:53Mar 13, 2019
Video: Fatbiking the North Shore with Wade Simmons & Ken Maude
Yeah! I just came home from a day out on the fatbike. It's quite warm here, so the snow was heavy and sluggish, even the steepest descents were slow. We had a good time anyway. Man, I love snow. And mountains. And bikes.
martn Hazzard-Racing's article
Feb 21, 2019 at 23:42Feb 21, 2019
Video: Hazzard Racing Kicks Off With Orange Bikes, Steep Turns, & Jesus
Well that was fun.
martn nkrohan's article
Feb 21, 2019 at 1:02Feb 21, 2019
Gear Guide: 10 Fenders for Sloppy Winter Mountain Biking
Why is MarshGuard still getting credit for being the first when Muckynutz offered the Bender Fender several years earlier? Do your research!
martn davetrumpore's photo
Feb 20, 2019 at 13:33Feb 20, 2019
martn clark's article
Feb 17, 2019 at 9:52Feb 17, 2019
The Guy Who Designed Chromag's Doctahawk Hardtail Explains Why It's So Long & Slack
Just change the geometry table to all sagged numbers, along with a suggested fork ride height (maybe with an example fork xy with static height of yx and suggested SAG). People will still get wrong ideas when comparing the numbers to the latest full suspension wonder bikes but at least they will have a better starting point. Also people who want to know real numbers to maybe compare different hardtails will get a clear understanding of what the numbers tell. I hate hardtail geometry tables without any information if they account for SAG or not. It's a guessing game. Basically pointless. Take a look at how Cotic does this. Much clearer.
martn sarahmoore's article
Jan 29, 2019 at 4:56Jan 29, 2019
First Look: Santa Cruz's Chameleon Hardtail Goes Carbon
@Gamsjaga: This calls for Steel Panther!
martn paulaston's article
Jan 24, 2019 at 5:05Jan 24, 2019
Review: HXR's Easy Shift Crankset Changes Gears Without Pedaling
It totally makes sense. It happens to me quite regularly that small sticks jam the derailleur pulleys. Usually I'm quick enough to notice and stop pedalling before the chain pulls the derailleur back and up, wrapping it around the cassette. With the HXR system you'd have to stop the bike completely since just stopping pedalling would do nothing to save the rear mech. And you'd have far greater chances of catching a stick in the first place, since the chain is moving all the time and not just when you're pedaling. This might not be an issue for people only riding groomed bike trails but if you ride hiking trails in the woods it is a valid concern. Especially after storms.
martn COMMENCALbicycles's article
Jan 21, 2019 at 23:20Jan 21, 2019
Must Watch: Amaury Pierron Fully Pinned on a Trail Bike in 'Reunion Island'
It's The Black Angels. Kind of weird to credit someone for sound design yet not the band. Great edit though.
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Video: 73 Years Old and Still Shredding
13 May 2019