one38

dad of 2, snowboarding, bikeparks, retro MTB s (1993-95), bikepacking (aka multi-day beer-drinking with friends you have since 15+ years), working in the bike industry since 2006 (rasoulution, ION, 138 MarCom, ISPO / IAA Mobility), back at LEATT (marketing dude) since Q4 2023

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one38 INTENDBC's article
Apr 17, 2024 at 2:12
13 hours
Intend Announces New Blackline Fork Models
@ohio: sell&buy on german mtb-news.de and german "craiglist" = ebay-kleinanzeigen. All Trickstuff and Intend products I own are second hand, between 30 & 70% off RRP, depending on age & condition. And yes, I will probably never sell them, they willgot from bike, to bike, to bike, ...
one38 INTENDBC's article
Apr 14, 2024 at 23:06
3 days
Intend Announces New Blackline Fork Models
@bansaiman: Agree, having two edge forks, and one hoover shock, all bought second hand. If you send stuff in for service, they basically update all internals to the latest tech, for very little money. So an initial high invest, but I will be riding that stuff potentially for decades. And if not, no big loss, when sold second hand, again.
one38 jessiemaymorgan's article
Apr 11, 2024 at 7:32
Apr 11, 2024
First Look: The Raaw Jibb V2 is More Versatile with 130mm or 141mm Travel
Had a typo up there, 2.95K for the Nicolai Swift Frame, of course
one38 jessiemaymorgan's article
Apr 11, 2024 at 7:25
Apr 11, 2024
First Look: The Raaw Jibb V2 is More Versatile with 130mm or 141mm Travel
Got myself a V1 frame second hand for 900€ (without shock), one month ago. Have been tracking 2nd hand pricing for a few weeks before, normally 1.2 to 1.6k asking price. and now the V1s will get propably way cheaper. I mean just as an option. But you are right, a comparable Nicolai (Saturn 14ST) is 1.95k€ I own bespoke Jibb and an Nicolai Saturn Swift (= e-version) -> the Jibb's geometry is more playful, I feel more centered, jump on it and feel good, doesn't matter the terrain or speed. I needed to get used to the Saturn, first, felt more like sitting "on" it, felt most comfortable only on higher speeds.
one38 dangerholm's article
Mar 14, 2024 at 10:57
Mar 14, 2024
Bike Check: Dangerholm's Scott Genius ST Concept
@dangerholm: Reverse Components has polished aloy rims, called "black one" (yes, bit irritating): https://reverse-components.com/en/products/29-black-one
one38 dangerholm's article
Mar 13, 2024 at 1:49
Mar 13, 2024
Bike Check: Dangerholm's Scott Genius ST Concept
A true master concerning it. But I do not get how this can work: https://www.pinkbike.com/photo/26335586/ I own two Intend Edges, and they use hose guides, so the hose can move upward in the travel. How the frickinging h.... should that work here? The hose being fixed on the upper fork leg? The hose must flex/bend, a lot, being fixed. Sorry, don't get it, how it will really work using the travel.
one38 edspratt's article
Mar 9, 2024 at 2:03
Mar 9, 2024
Greg Callaghan Reveals 2024 Racing Plans
Happy to have you at / on Leatt, still. Thank you for the great support the last years. Way more years to follow, Basti / marketing dude at Leatt.
one38 jessiemaymorgan's article
Mar 8, 2024 at 2:13
Mar 8, 2024
New Bike & Product Highlights from Bike Connection Winter 2024
@paulskibum: Also available as shorts, and yes, you can also store a chinbar here (two additinal straps hidden in the tunnel as well), basti, leatt.
one38 henryquinney's article
Mar 7, 2024 at 9:24
Mar 7, 2024
The Pinkbike Podcast: What Makes Your Bike YOURS
I like it raw, as soon as paint really wears, full frame is stripped (I only ride alloy frames), and I buy all my components second hand, in all kind of elox colors and then de-annodise them, if they are not black. Example https://www.pinkbike.com/photo/25718118/ (even if that was the only steel frame I got in ages, and sold it already, again).
one38 dariodigiulio's photo
Mar 6, 2024 at 4:54
Mar 6, 2024
Looks familiar to me;)

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