oathead henryquinney's article
Mar 7, 2021 at 18:39Mar 7, 2021
7 Interesting Used Bikes For Sale on the Pinkbike Buy&Sell - Hidden Treasures
The problem with the Scott Spark is that you'd spend the $20k and then realize you still like Dangerholm's build more. I mean that red Spark is okay, but I'd take the Hyper Spark or the Sub8k Spark over it any day of the week and twice on sunday.
oathead rasoulution's article
Mar 7, 2021 at 18:30Mar 7, 2021
Video: Thomas Genon's Wild Winter Riding Mashup
awesome edit, anyone know the tune?
oathead alicialeggett's article
Mar 5, 2021 at 13:01Mar 5, 2021
Staff Rides: The N+1 Bikes of Pinkbike Editors
Where are the dirt jumpers? I know that Kaz has a dj bike, and there's got to be another one among this crew?? If not you're missing out, so fun!
Feb 18, 2021 at 18:23Feb 18, 2021
oathead edspratt's article
Feb 16, 2021 at 17:25Feb 16, 2021
Terra Launches $180 Stem that Weighs 99 Grams
Can you provide a quick overview of a couple of those terms or paste link to some intro to machining reading you’d recommend? When you say “side milling” i’m picturing handle bar diameter cutter going perpendicular to the part to cut the whole for the bar. When you talk about 3d machining i picture a robotic arm with a dremel at the end making lots of small cuts at weird angles. I’m pretty sure that’s not what 3d machining means, so i’m curious what it is?
oathead danielsapp's article
Feb 12, 2021 at 10:26Feb 12, 2021
Check Out: 20 New Hardtails for 2021
I want a similar article around DJ bikes. I know it's niche, by learning from cover is that DJ bikes are really fun, especially when you can't go anywhere.
oathead pinkbikeoriginals's article
Feb 5, 2021 at 20:19Feb 5, 2021
Video: Freeride Fiesta First Hits with Johny Salido
there's something about that second to last drop. I start to think it looks almost doable for normal people, then I see a couple riders hit it.... nope never mind, only for fest pros.
oathead brianpark's article
Feb 1, 2021 at 11:14Feb 1, 2021
Not a Review: The Moots Womble is More than Just a Boomer Bike
This particular bike is not for me, but I definitely understand the appeal of handmade titanium frames. I think the best analogy is to a classic car. There's no rational case to be made for owning an old Datsun 240z, or an original Mini that wants to kill you. For the same money you could get a car that is faster, more comfortable, and more reliable, but if that classic car speaks to you, it'll make sense, at least in your head. It's a given that if you're thinking about a bike like this or a classic car, you're in a very fortunate position. I hope to someday get a custom titanium frame and when I do the idea will be to keep it for a very long time. I wouldn't get a trail hardtail because I'm not confident that I could pick geometry numbers that will still make me happy in 3, 5, or 10 years. On the other hand I think there's a much better chance that a gravel bike designed today will still hold up from a geo perspective in a decade. The other crazy option would a dirt jump frame. DJ bikes have gotten a little longer and slacker lately, but I think the geo is really dialing in on a sweet spot where I think we'll see much smaller changes going forward.
oathead viktorcsaszar's article
Jan 31, 2021 at 4:57Jan 31, 2021
Video: Charging Hard & Sending Wild Tricks on a Dual Slalom Course
the bar to bar back, was on such a small jump, super impressive. great edit all around.
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Jan 30, 2021 at 20:53Jan 30, 2021