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mykel mikelevy's article
Feb 28, 2023 at 9:50
Feb 28, 2023
First Look: Push Industries' Updated ElevenSix Shock
Take-off / Sale Bomber CR and an Avy rebuild and tune is also very affordable.
mykel mikelevy's article
Feb 28, 2023 at 9:46
Feb 28, 2023
First Look: Push Industries' Updated ElevenSix Shock
@duffman1976: But only if the frame is supported. There are a huge pile of bikes that are a no-go according to Push.
mykel mattbeer's article
Feb 9, 2023 at 13:39
Feb 9, 2023
11 Innovative Products That Inspired Other Brands To Follow
Also in the fist wave of posts was the AMP - All Mountain Post back in 2008 or 2009. Still have one somewhere in the parts bin.
mykel edspratt's article
Jan 18, 2023 at 9:09
Jan 18, 2023
UCI & Warner Bros. Discovery Announce Viewing Options & New World Series Branding for 2023 World Cups
No. You pay more. The Teams pay more. The riders get the same. Guess who gets more?
mykel henryquinney's article
Jun 27, 2022 at 22:18
Jun 27, 2022
Review: Knolly Chilcotin 151
Knolly's owner Noel is 6'2" at 220, last we spoke so I would not say short or small. My trailbike is a Fugitive LT in large. I'm the same size as Noel and find the fit good. However, I don't think I would be as happy on the Fugitive 138 update with the even longer reach and steeper seat tube angle especially in my flatter / rolling terrain.
mykel seb-stott's article
Apr 5, 2022 at 9:21
Apr 5, 2022
Downcountry Fork Review: Öhlins RXF34 m.2 vs Fox 34
When you absolutely can not call a trail bike a trail bike. Just more marketing bro wank.
mykel jamessmurthwaite's article
Dec 22, 2021 at 6:29
Dec 22, 2021
British Rider Needed 17 Stitches After Hitting Barbed Wire Trail Trap
Unfortunately, this is nothing new. I hit one single strand trailriding about 40 years ago. I was lucky though as it was plain wire not barbed and I was standing at the time, so I took the hit iacross my arms and chest. A couple of minor cuts and a bruise or two from when I hit the ground. This a$$hole needs to be found, jailed for a goodly amount of time, then a couple thousand hours of strictly supervised trail work, then a few years parole. Hopefully the rider makes a full recovery and gets back to riding without fear soon. I know it took me a bit before I was comfortable riding again.
mykel edspratt's article
Nov 30, 2021 at 14:20
Nov 30, 2021
Burning Question: 7 Brands That Haven't Released an eMTB Yet
@mtb-thetown Not everybody is the same. Yes healing takes a bit longer - hell I'm 57 and broke a rib this August riding the DH bike. Was off the bike for 2 weeks, then progressing from rail-rail through easy smooth trail rides and was back riding the park for Thanksgiving in October. As I have gotten older and the skills have begun to slide, I have made the decision to no longer ride the gnarly stuff. I am still having fun on the Blues and Single Blacks and imagine a day when I am down to simple trail-riding. Do I currently want an e-bike - Nope, but will I rule it out for the future? Nope. I can see a day (kinda fuzzy tho) when I may want one to ride simple stacked loops or rail trail. Over 50 years riding foot-cycles on dirt and I have no plan on stopping anytime soon. Have a great next ride.
mykel pinkbikeoriginals's article
Sep 17, 2021 at 9:50
Sep 17, 2021
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Mar 19, 2021
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