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mtnbikeUT pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 9, 2018 at 5:07
Dec 9, 2018
mtnbikeUT AngelFireBikePark's article
May 21, 2018 at 10:40
May 21, 2018
Angel Fire Bike Park Welcomes 2018 Season
Ahem! That last picture looks a lot like Whistler.
mtnbikeUT mikekazimer's article
Jul 19, 2016 at 9:22
Jul 19, 2016
Trek Slash 29 - First Look
@allix2456: Did you somehow forget the Norco range carbon nightmare from a few years ago? Frames cracking and no replacements for nearly 6 months? I know a guy who worked at one of the biggest Cannondale shops in the country, He was a salese manager and not just a shop Grom. When his lefty on his top level Jekyll went south it was crickets from the big C. He switched to a different bike (Trigger 29) and then the carbon stay snapped and it was literally months before he saw a replacement. Good friend just bout a Habit from the same shop and his lefty is already needing a full rebuild after 3 weeks. Have you ever seen a Dyad shock back from service in less than a month? You are seriously up in the night if you think size of company or LBS has anything to do with speed of replacement when things go sideways. Besides for the price of this bike you can easily have two consumer direct bikes (just in case) for the same money so your argument is a total bust.
mtnbikeUT paulaston's article
May 7, 2016 at 2:07
May 7, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: Euro Styling
Wait a second. So you are saying the entire continent of Europe and all their various countries vs just the US. That is weak sauce. I say Canada falls under the umbrella of North America when it comes to MTB design and product. You don't go to Whistler and see vastly different MTB gear than you would at any bike park in the US. Europe on the other hand has totally unique brands and companies that you cant even get in North America. Do European riders want their design representation to be exclusive to what comes out of Russia? As I recall it is the biggest nation in Europe ergo it must represent the best that the entire continent has to offer right?
mtnbikeUT TransNZ's article
Mar 5, 2016 at 21:29
Mar 5, 2016
Yeti Trans NZ Day 5 - Queenstown, Berm Blasting the Skyline
Did I see not one, but 2 26" bikes in that photo set? God bless those NZ folks keeping it real. I always wondered what happens to carbon wonder bikes once they fall out of favor with our latest and greatest digital world. I guess now I know. They go to NZ and keep on ripping. So if 26" is dead then NZ must be heaven.
mtnbikeUT pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 7, 2014 at 8:50
Apr 7, 2014
Ibis' New Ultra Wide Carbon Rim Wheelsets
For 26" light bicycles makes a hookless 33/26 rim so there is someone who still cares about you.
mtnbikeUT mikelevy's article
Oct 3, 2013 at 9:03
Oct 3, 2013
CamelBak FlashFlo LR Hip Bag Reviewed
Although I understand the idea and I think it is an improvement over back packs I find the fashion argument hilarious. I can't remember the last time I sported a backpack to a bar and thought this is a hot look, the ladies will dig my Jansport. Nor have I dressed for the day and thought this outfit would look amazing if I just added a backpack as an accessory. All that being said I still think there is a better solution that we have not discovered yet. I think the camelback running vest or base layer with built in hydration makes more sense. The water actually keeps you cool. Mike could you review those options for us please.
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