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opignonlibre mikelevy's article
May 9, 2020 at 21:43
May 9, 2020
opignonlibre mikelevy's article
May 9, 2020 at 7:27
May 9, 2020
Specialized Diverge EVO: Gravel Shredder, High-End Hybrid, or Just a Rigid Mountain Bike?
I don't know. I subscribe to the idea that life is too short to ride crappy bikes and you like it or not, a lot of time spent on a bike is spent while commuting. For this reason I use my best road bike (when lighter, sans laptop or lunchbox) and gravel ( when using panniers to carry some gear instead of a crappy 50$ POS.
opignonlibre jamessmurthwaite's article
Apr 13, 2020 at 13:18
Apr 13, 2020
Nerding Out: Is the Rainbow Curse Real in Downhill?
The only conclusion you can draw is that Anne-Caro is a legend.
opignonlibre mikekazimer's article
Apr 13, 2020 at 7:17
Apr 13, 2020
Field Trip: Sub-$3,000 Trail Bike Roundtable - Torrent vs Jeffsy vs Hightower vs Meta TR
@dsellinger: @dsellinger: you just have to know that guy who buy a new bike every year and barely ride them because he owns a road, cx, xc, trail and enduro bikes and work so much to afford them he barely has time to ride them. I know 2 of them where I used to live until 1y ago, too bad they both use one size shorter than I do, I saw some smoking deals being done on really pristine bikes.
opignonlibre mikekazimer's article
Apr 13, 2020 at 7:09
Apr 13, 2020
Field Trip: Sub-$3,000 Trail Bike Roundtable - Torrent vs Jeffsy vs Hightower vs Meta TR
@Unrealityshow: They make a difference but eventually when you have reach the point that you are at the limit once you get past it you will eventually crash. You might just crash marginally faster because tires and suspension allowed you to go slightly faster comfortably on the high end bike but that's about it and it is a very small difference anyway compared to skills and fitness. Additionally since 99% of people (including me) riding mtbs have little clues how to set up suspension it doesn't really matter if they are riding an high or mid end one. In the uphill though, you will really feel those 2 to 3 kg of difference. A 16kg trail bike in 2020 ? At this point just put a dual crown DH fork and take the lift.
opignonlibre SCOTT-Sports's article
Mar 28, 2020 at 10:21
Mar 28, 2020
Video: Brendan Fairclough and Amaury Pierron Kick Up a Dust Storm in Episode 3 of 'A Dog's Life'
@carlitouk: hey I am in Málaga. I never thought I would ever want a trainer living here.
opignonlibre sarahmoore's article
Mar 26, 2020 at 23:43
Mar 26, 2020
The Pinkbike Guide to Indoor Cycling
For what it's worth, there are rollers that have a flywheel and can slide back and forth and provide a much more "natural" feeling and make standing on the pedal easier. The Inside Ride E-Motion Rollers has that kind of movement integrated as well as the Elite Quick-motion. That said, I still want to hang myself if I use a trainer for more than a warmup or warmdown. These days of confinement I am mostly practicing trackstanding in my terrasse. I wish I had a light trial bike and some easy things to train on but all I have is some furniture I don't want to break ha ha.
opignonlibre SCOTT-Sports's article
Mar 26, 2020 at 6:08
Mar 26, 2020
opignonlibre SCOTT-Sports's article
Mar 26, 2020 at 6:07
Mar 26, 2020
Video: Brendan Fairclough and Amaury Pierron Kick Up a Dust Storm in Episode 3 of 'A Dog's Life'
I'm riding my bike in circle at home, and practice trackstanding. I can already do it with only one hand on the handlebar, I plan no hand before the end of the confinement !
opignonlibre edspratt's article
Mar 16, 2020 at 1:22
Mar 16, 2020
Video: Hugo Frixtalon & Thomas Estaque Ride the Lousã World Cup Track
@DavidGuerra: No la guardia civil has started giving fines already. I used to live 300m from the trail and in that case it would have been easy to go out and ride without risking anything. Right now I am in the middle of the city and if I ride to the trail, especially fully kitted and not looking like I am going to work, I will get fined. I believe the minimum fine is 600€
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