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moondustdictator sarahmoore's article
Dec 6, 2019 at 14:30
Dec 6, 2019
moondustdictator sarahmoore's article
Dec 5, 2019 at 18:30
Dec 5, 2019
Field Test: 2020 Pivot Mach 4 SL - Thoroughbred XC Racer
"the 34 tooth chainring made it pretty specific to cross country racing" THATS WHAT IT IS!!! jeezus pinkbike you and your made up category.
moondustdictator sarahmoore's article
Dec 3, 2019 at 12:41
Dec 3, 2019
Field Test: 2020 Guerrilla Gravity Trail Pistol - Down for Whatever Country
@sarahmoore: well seems like you have it down to a science but i dont know how you could argue that a long test loop wouldnt make sense for a bike thats meant for that. Just in your last review of the mondraker you guys said the shock tune was way to stiff and the suspension held the bike back, a 40 mile loop would definitely show even more pros and cons for that bike and the other bikes that were meant to be ridden at distances like that
moondustdictator RichardCunningham's article
Dec 3, 2019 at 11:04
Dec 3, 2019
Opinion: What Would You Pay to Keep Air Inside Your Tires?
@downcountry: should probably start putting in enough air cause that shouldn't happen unless you fuck up your line and smash into something
moondustdictator sarahmoore's article
Dec 3, 2019 at 10:46
Dec 3, 2019
Field Test: 2020 Guerrilla Gravity Trail Pistol - Down for Whatever Country
@peleton7: Why in the world would you take a top fuel to a bike park? If you want to ride something that "wont explode" then dont buy an XC bike. DC bikes are for marathon racing and exploring miles of singletrack not for downhill KOMs. Also if you have good handling and technical skill yes a light bike WILL hold up in the ruff
moondustdictator edspratt's article
Dec 3, 2019 at 10:02
Dec 3, 2019
Darren Berrecloth Backcountry Freeriding on a Motorized Snow Bike
One of these as a backcountry skiing sled would be sickkkk
moondustdictator sarahmoore's article
Dec 3, 2019 at 9:26
Dec 3, 2019
Field Test: 2020 Guerrilla Gravity Trail Pistol - Down for Whatever Country
@thisspock: lol ok no a downcountry bike is something you should be able to race ( especially after a tire swap). The whole point of the category is for funner xc bikes so I think you are the confused one. Also I realize they used the same tires on all the bikes for fair comparison im just saying that is silly for bikes like this. The GG should be in the trail bike category anyway, and no I watched the "how we reviewed" video and they dont take the downcountry bike on big loops like they should. I think the reviews are on point except for downcountry category.
moondustdictator sarahmoore's article
Dec 3, 2019 at 9:09
Dec 3, 2019
Field Test: 2020 Guerrilla Gravity Trail Pistol - Down for Whatever Country
@skerby: rode squamish and whistler many times and ya its pretty great. but still thinking you need those tires on a xcish bike is silly, I ride Minions on my commencal in the sierra so im not hating on the tires because I do love them very much.
moondustdictator sarahmoore's article
Dec 3, 2019 at 8:18
Dec 3, 2019
moondustdictator sarahmoore's article
Dec 3, 2019 at 8:14
Dec 3, 2019
Field Test: 2020 Guerrilla Gravity Trail Pistol - Down for Whatever Country
Im sorry but this review is mad cringe worthy.. For one how can you call this a downcounry bike with a 65 degree headangle and a 130mm fork you woukd get destroyed in an xc race, there using exo+ casing DHF and DHR2 which basically makes reviewing these type of bikes obsolete being that they are slow rolling DH knobs. They are testing on a short ass loop that does not seem to have any technical uphills (could be wrong about that) and we are only hearing from two reviewers who seem to just be blurting out opinions. Why dont you actually get some xc guys to take these bikes out on a 40 mile endurance ride like they were meant for and not just take them on baby loops wearing knee pads and a dh jersey thinking that you just reviewed a bike. Im sorry pinkbike I love you but come on.
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