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p1nkbike mikekazimer's article
Apr 14, 2022 at 1:08
Apr 14, 2022
SRAM Quietly Launches New DB8 Mineral Oil Brakes
@mitchbike: the sram and shimano are fine, and my friend has enough issues with the MT7 setup that i ended up with the dominions, the feel is also amazing, and setup was pretty simple. Also dot though, but, tbh, service once a year isnt really a problem.
p1nkbike mikekazimer's article
Apr 14, 2022 at 1:07
Apr 14, 2022
SRAM Quietly Launches New DB8 Mineral Oil Brakes
@lkubica: I did this with dot5, did not turn blind. Was a bit scary though. Washed immediately.
p1nkbike CascadeComponents's article
Feb 21, 2022 at 20:46
Feb 21, 2022
Cascade Components Announces V4 Bronson Link
on technical trails for bikes that are not designed to climb well both open and "trail" or "semi-open" sag too much in many situations, so you end up switching modes a lot. That's why some bikes have a shock (and sometimes shock+fork) remote control on the handle bars. I personally find that have a bike that can climb great full open is really convenient. Depending on your trails it may or may not matter. Plenty of trails have a uphill that isnt overly technical and does just fine fully locked out, so you lock at the bottom and unlock at the top. Options are nice imo.
p1nkbike brianpark's article
Feb 18, 2022 at 14:28
Feb 18, 2022
An Update on Pinkbike & Beta MTB
Haha :) To be honest I get Pinkbike needs to stay alive as a business, but lately they're really pushing it. I hope they find a good way to integrate all this without us feeling like "we lost the real Pinkbike along the way". Like boost, you know, hated the change, but in the end, it worked out fine lol.
Feb 16, 2022 at 20:00
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p1nkbike alicialeggett's article
Feb 8, 2022 at 17:01
Feb 8, 2022
Shimano Breaks Revenue & Earnings Records By Ridiculous Margins, With Bike Division Sales Up 49% over 2020
I suspect the reason people are upset isn't Shimano (or SRAM or otherwise). It's that big companies in general, bike related or not, have made way more money with COVID lockdowns and general USD printing more than ever before in history (i.e. artificial inflation), while small companies were bankrupted and individuals were either let go or saw their salary stagnate. It's not fair but it's not Shimano's fault. Besides, lockdowns encouraged way more people to go outside and to do sport, which is a pretty great thing as well, and definitely helped all bike companies for the right reasons.
p1nkbike alicialeggett's article
Feb 8, 2022 at 16:58
Feb 8, 2022
Shimano Breaks Revenue & Earnings Records By Ridiculous Margins, With Bike Division Sales Up 49% over 2020
Just you wait for Specialized and other's revenues. I predict the same story. They sold more bikes than ever *and* raised prices.
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Feb 1, 2022 at 23:51
Feb 1, 2022

wtb: x01 or xx1 boost 165mm gxp sram cranks

$200 USD
wtb: x01 or xx1 cranks, which are: - boost spacing - 165mm - gxp - sram - not the quark ones ;-)

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