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nickrxt RichardCunningham's article
Feb 8, 2018 at 20:14
Feb 8, 2018
Opinion: Does Downhill Have Nowhere Else to Go?
Downhill progressed a lot during the limited time period it exist as a sport. The reason is that it didn’t started from zero but evolved from other bikes. Also skiing is the sport that is not evolving....!! Downhill bikes have gone through major changes and will undergo even more. This article is totally disconnected from downhill reality.....
Jan 27, 2018 at 17:05
Jan 27, 2018
nickrxt mikekazimer's article
Jan 20, 2018 at 8:24
Jan 20, 2018
Jan 1, 2018 at 13:06
Jan 1, 2018
Jan 1, 2018 at 12:57
Jan 1, 2018
Added 2 photos to Mobile
Nov 13, 2017 at 13:12
Nov 13, 2017
Nov 13, 2017 at 13:06
Nov 13, 2017

Devinci Spartan frame.

$1300 EUR
Frame is like new (bought in 2017), partially covered with protected film, rear upper arms are carbon,very fast downhill oriented frame but can pedal as well. Truly a one bike do it all! More photos upon request. Devinci provides lifetime warranty, rear shock, headset, bb, of course included in price. As you can see, bike is kept inside house. Workscomponents -1.5 degrees headset + original headset, + rear suspension offset bushings + original bushings. Wheelbase with 180mm front fork is 1195 (large size spec).

nickrxt mikelevy's article
Nov 11, 2017 at 8:10
Nov 11, 2017
Testing 27.5 vs 29 With Vanderham and Gauvin - Video
Conclusion: Bike industry trying to tell us to ditch those 2000-7000k 27.5inch bike in order to spend same amount on a new 29 bike because it’s faster... the bike industry went from 142mm to boost , as if 0,06mm could make a difference. It just reminds you that if you have a 142mm bike, it’s “old” technology... also they went metric on suspension... another cool and useless feature to remind you that your 5000k bike is “old” . I am curious what other ways bike industry will find that are non-upgradable, in order to push as on buying “new worthless technologies”.... I still know 26 inch wheel riders that are fast as hell....!!
nickrxt pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 19, 2017 at 13:51
Sep 19, 2017
Yamaha to Launch Their Own eMTB Lineup
Guys if you don't like the idea just don't read the f....g article! Go to the next one! Really can't find the reason behind negative comments. If you don't like e bikes the don't buy. The industry will keep evolving and giving as more choices but no one is forced to buy. Otherwise ,we would still be riding hard tail bikes with 100 stems in downhill races... Same thing with every new idea. ..... when full suspension bikes appeared, there were people saying they are too heavy, they are not stable etc etc, when disc brakes came, there were people bitching about how they are not needed and that they would be easy to brake. When dropper posts came into scene, there were people saying "they are heavy, who needs them... waste of money" etc etc, Now there are the pedal assist bikes... what's the big deal anyhow, Yamaha is building their proposition to the industry, if you don't like don't buy!! Gosh!!!!
nickrxt mikelevy's article
Aug 25, 2017 at 14:52
Aug 25, 2017
Greg Minnaar's Broken Santa Cruz V10 - Val di Sole DH World Cup 2017
@BDKR: carbon frames snap.. catastrophic failure that is. Alu frames will most probably bent before the break. If you choose Carbon cause you think it's stronger think again. Carbon is a high end material that gives a great riding feeling, and has high twisting resistance. On the other hand it cannot withstand hits and crashes the way an alu frame will. Carbon is a race specific material that does not mean it can stand crashes. Furthermore an impact with a sharp rock = most likely a broken carbon frame and an alu frame with a small dent
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