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moogmoog mattbeer's article
Aug 17, 2021 at 3:56
Aug 17, 2021
Giant Releases New Reign E+ With Mixed Wheels
@chakaping: I think you are broadly right with many Giant bikes. That is their thing. But, they have taken their chances since 2008. So many broken 29 and 27.5 anthem frames. Purely because they went too light in the design. The 2014 Reign was, for a mainstream bike company, anything but neutral. Read reviews at the time. The bike was was amongst the best at the time. The new reign 29 was widely criticised for having enormous reach in the L and XL sizes. Certainly not the middle of the bell curve. I think Giant take their chances. They just don’t get them right.
moogmoog danielsapp's article
Apr 4, 2021 at 5:45
Apr 4, 2021
Video: Neko Mulally Tests if a Lighter Bike is Faster for Racing
If this is Waki (and who knows if it is) I’m happy he is back. While he occasionally said dumb stuff, he also added a manic enthusiasm that I appreciate.
moogmoog mikelevy's article
Aug 22, 2020 at 8:17
Aug 22, 2020
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 19 - Hardtails!
A question: Is the time of the Mullet almost upon us? Do you see it becoming mainstream?
moogmoog mikekazimer's article
Aug 10, 2020 at 7:07
Aug 10, 2020
moogmoog pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 7, 2020 at 6:05
Aug 7, 2020
Replay: Kicking Horse Downhill - Crankworx Summer Series
The embedded Vimeo thingy states it is a “Private Video...Log in...if you have permission”. Do you haves to log in?
moogmoog sarahmoore's article
Aug 6, 2020 at 20:42
Aug 6, 2020
Video: Trek Supercaliber vs Cannondale Scalpel vs Canyon Lux vs Specialized Epic - Field Test Round Table
I don't like internet warrior battles, but I also don't like wingers (I realize the following may therefore be hypocritical). In addition to Levy's response: 1) Pinkbike is free. You didn't pay for it. Sure it was funded by advertising, but people need to eat. And eating requires a successful content management strategy. This is something Pinkbike appears to have nailed. 2) Judging from the comments of various journalists over the years (as well as Levy's car), I don't think anybody at Pinkbike makes a lot of money. Which begs the question....why are they doing it? Because they love bikes and they love telling stories about bikes for your enjoyment. Comments like yours kill the love JE17j. Don't kill the love JE17j. 3) The magazine business model (at least for mtbing) seems to be in decline. Pinkbike is more comprehensive and popular than any other mtb content producer I know of. Their business model appears to be working. And because it is, you get content. Win, win. 4) The motor industry is not analogous to the mtb industry. There is a much bigger pie to share around. 5) 3-4 weeks seems reasonable given the amount of work they put in. Sounds like it would have been a massive amount of work only to reap a couple of days as "headline content". 6) Levy seems like a nice guy. Be more like Levy.
moogmoog mikelevy's article
Jul 27, 2020 at 21:31
Jul 27, 2020
Welcome to the 2020 Pinkbike Field Test - Cross-Country Bike Edition
@brianpark: Hey! Loving the content. You guys are the Radness. I do have one request though. Please, in the name of love and everything that is good, sensible and base-10, please, please, please list bike weights in both pounds and kgs. You have for the riders, but not the bikes. It does my weak little head in. Yours in expectant admiration.
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