I raced bmx as a kid but didn't so much as touch a bike for over ten years. I found myself looking for a new outlet when it wasn't snowboard season, then I found mountain biking... there's no looking back now Wink

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millsr4 shimano's article
Aug 11, 2017 at 17:14
Aug 11, 2017
This is Home: Jill Kintner - Video
Good move. Everyone should stay away from Bellingham.
millsr4 mikekazimer's article
Jul 18, 2017 at 12:56
Jul 18, 2017
Push ACS-3 Coil Spring Conversion Kit - First Look
@BoneDog: I will admit though, I've ridden the new pike and 34 but not the 36.
millsr4 mikekazimer's article
Jul 18, 2017 at 12:36
Jul 18, 2017
Push ACS-3 Coil Spring Conversion Kit - First Look
@BoneDog: I've been in the market and testing/renting bikes for a purchase next season. In fact I was on a new pike just 2 days ago... I was also on air suspension for the past several years, after starting out on coil, and just last season went back to coil front and rear. I never want to go back to air if I can help it! At only 145lbs it makes sense that this is not an issue for you... I weigh a full 30lbs more than you with gear and I would venture to say most people reading this weigh a fair bit more than you do. Also I would assume that the demands of your local trails aren't quite as steep and rough as what we have in the PNW.
millsr4 ericpalmer's article
Jul 18, 2017 at 12:28
Jul 18, 2017
Loosefest 2017 Preview - Catching Up With Nico Vink
@isolationismdivision: Your a clown! Bryceland is the man!!!
millsr4 mikekazimer's article
Jul 18, 2017 at 12:17
Jul 18, 2017
Push ACS-3 Coil Spring Conversion Kit - First Look
If your an aggressive rider and set up these air forks to not blow through travel you would understand... especially on any chassis under 160mm. Arm pump is a mother when your fork isn't supple enough off the top!
millsr4 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 11, 2017 at 17:17
Jul 11, 2017
Ask Pinkbike: Mismatched Suspension Travel, and Quieting Chainslap
@fartymarty: You don't have to pedal an MX bike...
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Jul 10, 2017 at 22:51
Jul 10, 2017
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millsr4 vernonfelton's article
Jul 8, 2017 at 8:00
Jul 8, 2017
Connor Fearon's Kona Operator - Bike Check
I'm sorry but simply because of where I live(PNW), and what conditions are like 75% of the year, the last thing I want on my bike is another set of bearings that is pressed into my frame. Especially in a place that is constantly having muck spattered on it from front and back! Threaded bottom brackets are much more user friendly for home mechanics, plus the tools are cheaper too. The only advantages I see are wider spacing in that area of the frame since you don't have external cups and the designers can make a stiffer bike, also its cheaper to manufacture. Due to the now "standard" boost spacing, stiffness in the bottom bracket area shouldn't be an issue for designers and the cost savings is fairly negligible that the manufacturer gets to not thread the frame since they need to bore the bearing press surfaces anyways. I'm a stickler when it comes to a threaded bottom bracket and it really is a deal breaker for me if a bike doesn't have one.
millsr4 vernonfelton's article
Jul 6, 2017 at 15:29
Jul 6, 2017
Connor Fearon's Kona Operator - Bike Check
@jrocksdh: They also have press fit bottom brackets... a deal breaker for me!
millsr4 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 30, 2017 at 9:11
Jun 30, 2017
Qualifying Results - Vallnord DH World Cup 2017
@jclnv: douche... its called an observation from his experience... f*cking SJW's to the rescue!!!
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