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mattbeer mattbeer's article
Sep 11, 2023 at 10:58
Sep 11, 2023
Review: Prime Rocket - Another Carbon Downhill Spaceship from Eastern Europe
@BarryWalstead For a 29er DH bike, I'd say I'm on the smaller size of riders choosing that setup. I should have written, "as a rider with shorter limbs (I'm all torso)".
mattbeer mattbeer's article
Sep 11, 2023 at 10:57
Sep 11, 2023
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Sep 3, 2023 at 11:55
Sep 3, 2023
mattbeer mattbeer's article
Aug 11, 2023 at 14:16
Aug 11, 2023
Check Out: Funky Chain Dampers, Crafty Bike Pack Gear, a Caffeinated Protein Supplement, & More
@BarryWalstead: I only cut the lower portion, not the loop itself. The zip-ties hold the sliced section together.
mattbeer mattbeer's article
Jul 6, 2023 at 12:01
Jul 6, 2023
Review: Rad Racks Rad4 Double-Folding Bike Rack
@CSharp: Have you checked the regulations for cargo overhang on "A vehicle's load must not project more than 1m (3' 3") ahead of the front bumper, 1.85m (6') behind the back of the vehicle or 4.5m (14' 9") behind the center of the last axle."'s%20load%20must%20not,center%20of%20the%20last%20axle.
mattbeer mattbeer's article
Jun 8, 2023 at 11:16
Jun 8, 2023
First Look: DT Swiss 1500 Classic Downhill Wheelset
@CSharp: Re: Champion vs Competition - that was a typo in the information provided. Indeed Competition is double butted and the spokes used.
mattbeer mattbeer's article
Jun 1, 2023 at 10:00
Jun 1, 2023
Review: DVO Topaz 3 Air Shock
@Comatosegi Thanks for the catch.
mattbeer mattbeer's article
May 18, 2023 at 10:56
May 18, 2023
Group Test: 14 of the Latest & Greatest Flat Pedals Reviewed
Q-factor is a crank width measurement yes, but they run hand in hand. Call it pedal Q-factor or stance, the further from the cranks the pedals run, the more rocks you're likely to hit ha!
mattbeer mattbeer's article
May 9, 2023 at 9:37
May 9, 2023
First Ride: Forbidden Druid V2 - High Pivot Evolution
@ebschroderus: There is a small compartment above the BB to stash a tube.
mattbeer mattbeer's article
Apr 20, 2023 at 13:09
Apr 20, 2023
Staff Rides: Matt Beer's Nukeproof Giga 297
@whiteranger3: Agreed. I should have explained that clearer. My thoughts were to sit higher in the initial part of the travel due to the leverage curve and take advantage of the HBO at the snipped progression (which does get repositioned with a stroke change). Maybe with the 65mm stroke I'd back off the spring rate to a 475# as pointed out, but there's a reason why we're not all riding around on over-sprung 200mm travel trail bikes.
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