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pacificnorthwet pinkbikeoriginals's article
May 31, 2022 at 13:14
May 31, 2022
Video: Trying The Hardest Lines in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park
The gondola line is the hardest one for sure.
Apr 3, 2022 at 9:04
Apr 3, 2022

Rock Shox Super Deluxe Ultimate 230x62.5

$250 USD
2020 Rock Shox Super Deluxe Ultimate shock - 230 X 62.5. Came stock on my Nukeproof Mega, and was ridden for the first few moths that I had the bike. Bearing Mount. Excellent condition. Local pickup in Mount Vernon or Bellingham preferred.

pacificnorthwet mattbeer's article
Dec 3, 2021 at 13:24
Dec 3, 2021
pacificnorthwet alicialeggett's article
Jul 12, 2021 at 17:55
Jul 12, 2021
pacificnorthwet jamessmurthwaite's article
May 24, 2021 at 12:13
May 24, 2021
Senator Lee Reintroduces Bikes in Wilderness Legislation
We need places that aren’t open to mechanized OR motorized use. Part of the magic of backpacking in wilderness areas is getting away from the pace of the mechanized/motorized world. I love mountain biking more than almost anything, but there are places bikes don’t belong.
pacificnorthwet alicialeggett's article
Jan 13, 2021 at 15:56
Jan 13, 2021
How Did the COVID-19 Pandemic Affect Bike Parks in 2020?
They didn’t even open Stevens Pass despite their ability to capture much of the traffic that usually would be crossing the border for Whistler. They claimed to do it for “safety” but apparently safety was only a concern in WA.
pacificnorthwet jamessmurthwaite's article
Dec 10, 2020 at 9:39
Dec 10, 2020
Video: Marin's Alpine Trail Enduro Bike is Now Available in Carbon
I don’t get what performance gain people think they are getting for the money. I’ve had the same bike in both carbon and aluminum and couldn’t feel the difference in weight or damping characteristics. I’d rather keep the $700.
pacificnorthwet danielsapp's article
Nov 30, 2020 at 17:32
Nov 30, 2020
Ask Pinkbike: Tips for Beginners, Brakes Issues, Drilling Carbon, & Shock Tunes
With the exception of horses, yielding rules on trails always are ranked by momentum. The heavier/faster you are the more damage you could inflict on another user, so the responsibility is placed on the user with more momentum to slow down. That’s why cars yield to bikes on the road and pedestrians in crosswalks, and why bikes yield to hikers on the trail. It’s also why defending bikers yield to ascending bikers on trail. The rules are in place for a good reason and should be followed.
pacificnorthwet mikelevy's article
Aug 14, 2020 at 10:42
Aug 14, 2020
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 18 - Are Electronics on Your Mountain Bike Good or Bad?
Mountain biking is bad enough for the environment already. Adding in carbon parts that can’t be recycled at the end of their life, batteries that use toxic materials and don’t hold a charge after a few years, and motors that are not user serviceable all only make it worse. I like parts that are simple, user serviceable, durable, and recyclable at the end of their life.
Aug 14, 2020 at 10:26
Aug 14, 2020
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