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ninjaty sarahmoore's article
Aug 6, 2020 at 8:05Aug 6, 2020
Throwback Thursday: Stevie Smith, Sam Hill & Tyler Morland Race Psychosis in 'Seasons'
@Town40: GREAT SCOTT!
ninjaty mikekazimer's article
May 7, 2020 at 5:59May 7, 2020
Review: Giro's New Manifest Helmet
I really like the look of this helmet (subjective, I know) and I respect that giro is intentional in their designs and they don’t just check the boxes or copy their competitors. I’ve actually been at Giro in Santa Cruz (the facility’s unreal) and Unfortunately Kaz, understandably didn’t explain how giro goes about making helmets. They measure “coolness” through a wind tunnel that they have in house and they map vent patterns to manage airflow instead of just poking holes in a the helmet for reviewers’ “vent counts.”
Mar 11, 2020 at 9:21Mar 11, 2020
Video: Class is in Session for Blenki's Schralp School
I thought Wakanda was in Africa...
ninjaty mikelevy's article
Jan 10, 2020 at 8:51Jan 10, 2020
Levy's 2020 Tech Predictions: More Integration, More Coils, More Aluminum, Less Suspension, Leaner eMTBs
I think the word you're looking for is inflation. Also electronics a terrible example because Cycling can never be supported by the volume of mass market electronics. It's not even apples vs. oranges.
Nov 28, 2019 at 12:19Nov 28, 2019
Interview: Bernard Kerr on Racing Anaheim and Being A Rider/Manager on the World Cup Circuit
Kerr's looks too slow for an SX main...or qualifier for that matter. When I was a kid I raced against Dean Wilson Alberta and he was laying down faster times than most guys on bikes with bigger displacement, some "pro" cat guys. He was like 12...on an 85.
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May 27, 2019 at 11:25May 27, 2019
May 27, 2019 at 11:20May 27, 2019
OPUS Horizon 2$1750 CAD
I have a 2019 OPUS Horizon 2 Gravel Bike. This is my current bike and will continue to ride it until sold. An "All Road bike by definition" its quick enough to hang on weeknight club road rides and stable enough to take any rabbit trail you want to explore. The relaxed geo makes it awesome for all day adventures. comes with 700 x 33, has clearance for 700 x 42mm or as a 650B. Spec's below. Retails $2999, yours for $2399 OBO Frame - OPUS Horizon, size medium. Fork - Full Carbon Tapered 1-1/2 to 1-1/8 in Shifters- Shimano 105 R7000 2 x 11 Front Derailleur Shimano 105 R7000 Rear Derailleur Shimano 105 R7000 Brakes - Promax Decode R Flat Mount Twin Piston Disc Brake Levers - Shimano 105 R7000 Crank FSA Omega Adventure Chainrings 48-32 Bottom Bracket - FSA Sealed 86.5 mm Cassette - Shimano 11-34 Chain - Shimano Headset - FSA Orbit Integrated Sealed Handlebar - X-Race Aero 16° Flare Stem - Opus Grips/Tape - Velo VexGel Camo Saddle - Selle Italia Q-Bik Seatpost - Opus 27.2 x 300 Wheels/Rims - Alex Boondocks 5 Tubeless Ready Hubs - Alex Through Axle 12 mm Fr/Rr Tires - Vittoria Terreno Dry 700 x 33 Pedals N/A Other Internal Dropper Post Ready/D12 Compatible Other Fr/Rr Rack and Fender Mounts With Hardware 20.5 lbs.
ninjaty mikekazimer's article
May 24, 2019 at 8:50May 24, 2019
SRAM Announces New DH Cranks & Colab With Troy Lee Designs
I can't even handle this...I think I should find a new hobby.
May 24, 2019 at 8:44May 24, 2019
Scott Acquires Majority Share in Bold Cycles
@PhoS Lol. Truer words...haha
ninjaty angryasian's article
May 24, 2019 at 8:43May 24, 2019
First Ride: Pivot's XC Race Ready 2020 Mach 4 SL
@mikekazimer: I somewhat agree with you. This is a short travel trail bike, not an XC weapon. Though it may be "capable" (there's that word again) to dabble. Back in the day we called this category marathon XC. But Pivot billed it as a cross country bike, I think Pivots spec isn't too far out. While an overall good and detailed review, Jamie's biases (and PB's for that matter) for a trail bikes are evident. Is it possible that an XC enthusiast should be reviewing an XC bike? Maybe that's Jamie and I'm just out to lunch. 2cents.
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