Sep 8, 2020 at 13:59Sep 8, 2020
Video: Trying to Seat a MTB Tire with an Explosion
Hairspray, cheapest I could find: https://www.instagram.com/p/BqLMnkElCZv/
May 22, 2019 at 2:31May 22, 2019
Review: Spank's Foam-Filled Spike 350 Vibrocore Wheelset
Use google translate: https://www.bike-magazin.de/komponenten/lenker_vorbauten/test-2016-spank-vibrocore/a33999.html Snake oil, humbug and placebo. I really like the Oozy rims, but due to the fact that they are pushing their Vibrocore nonsense, I think I will move on to Newmen rims.
Aug 14, 2018 at 0:57Aug 14, 2018
Forbidden Bike Company's High Pivot Trail Bike - Crankworx Whistler 2018
Looks like the outcome when my Evil Calling rapes my friends older Scott Genius. The result; Evil Genius. Beatiful lines, but a need for suspension lockout.
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Jun 13, 2018 at 2:59Jun 13, 2018
Review: Race Face Turbine R Dropper Post
@mollow: They are probably bleeding the system inside, in room temperature. During winter, I bleed mine in my garage, when it is cold. Then it works all right. When summer comes along, the oil expands, and I need to adjust the speed dial to avoid the post to drop whil seated.
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Apr 3, 2018 at 5:02Apr 3, 2018
Finished: Santa Cruz Bicycles Ask Us Anything
Some of the SC frames are still using a linkage with a regressive->progressive leverage curve. Why? I would assume that a bike with a more or less progressive curve will be able to handle more gnarlyness, but lately, brands such as Mondraker, with the Foxy, seems to move from a progressive curve to a more linear one. It would be great if you could share your viewpoints on these matters.
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Jan 19, 2018 at 6:41Jan 19, 2018
There's a Fine Line Between Clever and Stupid - Opinion
My main bike was a 2014 Mondraker Foxy, until August this year, when I had to wait too long for a (warrantied!) replacement rear triangle, so I bought an Evil Calling frame. I have four seasons on the Foxy, and it is the best bike for technical climbing I have been on, My main issue with the Foxy is that it takes more effort to do nose pivot turns, and that the Evil is a great deal more fun with regards to popping and hopping, and tight tuns. I had a Cube Stereo 29er and a Trek Stache simultaneously while I hade the Foxy, and there is no doubt that the Foxy was the (for me) best bike of them, more flickable, much more fun. It took some time to get used with the Calling, since I was used to keep the weight on the front wheel, there was some OTB's the first rides. I was a little concerned the the Calling actually would be worse for difficult climbing, but I can't sense much difference.