mtbchef55 mikelevy's article
May 11, 2021 at 23:38May 11, 2021
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 61 - Athlete Pay, Lycra, Equality and More from the State of the Sport Survey
Levy is definitely foreskin suit... I mean for skin suit... nope had it right the first time.
mtbchef55 henryquinney's article
Mar 24, 2021 at 21:11Mar 24, 2021
7 Interesting Retro Bikes For Sale on the Pinkbike Buy&Sell - Hidden Treasures
How much for the stove? that thing looks nice.
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Oct 5, 2018 at 12:44Oct 5, 2018
Oct 5, 2018 at 12:33Oct 5, 2018
2018 Transition Scout Alloy for sale. $3500 or best offer. This bike is great condition. It has 130mm rear travel and 150mm front travel. I was fighting injuries all year so it has been very lightly ridden. The new Transition geometry is awesome; this bike climbs surprisingly well and hauls over everything on the way down. I put this bike together at the end of last year and all parts were new except the pedals. Everything is in great shape. The cassette is nearing the end of its life but still has some miles in it. There are a few minor scratches but they are all on the invisiframe vinyl and not on the frame itself. The Di2 is amazing. It will ruin you for all other shifters. 2018 Alloy Transition Scout, large frame. Invisiframe vinyl frame wrap Fox DPX2 shock Fox 36 150mm Grip Fork Fox Transfer 150 seat post Chris King hubs with Stan's Flow Mk3 rims hand built by the Chris King wheel builder. Chris King Bottom bracket and headset Shimano Di2 XT group, (XT Di2 rear derailleur, shifter, battery and control/display. XT shifters, cassette, chain) Shimano XT brakes 203mm front, 180mm rear Shimano 35mm stem and 780mm carbon bar. integrates Di2 wiring keeping cockpit very clean. Orange Diety grips, I have grey grips also endure saddle Deity Tmac pedals (optional for $50) Serious inquiries only but I am happy to answer any questions and can ship anywhere in the continental US at buyers expense. Thanks
Sep 2, 2018 at 23:31Sep 2, 2018
Video: Tech Talks - Data Under Pressure Part II, Presented by Park Tool
I was wondering if you have looked at any data comparing tire (or fork/ shock) pressure changes with elevation change. I have been curious for a while how much variation you will see in tire pressure throughout a long descent or climb. If it is substantial should you adjust your pressure to be optimal at the highest elevation, lowest elevation or somewhere in between?
mtbchef55 danielsapp's article
Aug 24, 2018 at 19:57Aug 24, 2018
Pinkbike Poll: Do You Listen to Music While Riding?
I like podcasts for the climbs, and music on the downhill, but I only ride with one earbud in so I can hear what's happening around me.
Dec 13, 2017 at 15:07Dec 13, 2017
How To Cutty With Brendan Fairclough - Video
great video. a little short but to the point. more instructional videos like this please pinkbike.
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Nov 22, 2017 at 0:54Nov 22, 2017
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Nov 22, 2017 at 0:39Nov 22, 2017