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patrick-marsh mikelevy's article
Aug 13, 2018 at 11:25
Aug 13, 2018
Martin Maes' GT Force: EWS Whistler - Crankworx Whistler 2018
Of course basing your build off pro bikes isn't the best idea anyway
patrick-marsh pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 12, 2018 at 21:56
Aug 12, 2018
Final Results: EWS Whistler 2018
Surely a full EWS season next year, although when someone asked him on instagram a couple weeks ago he commented " f*** that"
patrick-marsh mattwragg's article
Aug 7, 2018 at 19:42
Aug 7, 2018
Staff Rides: Photographer Matt Wragg's Scott Spark
If you add spacers then the bars keep getting closer to the rider on the 67 degree angle. With riser bars you can roll the bars forward so the rise is vertical. Do a geometry course.
patrick-marsh pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 27, 2018 at 1:35
Jul 27, 2018
Video: Tyler McCaul, Ryan Howard & Tyler Bereman Do New Zealand
Well they have certinally "done Queenstown" but NZ has alot more to offer than just Queenstown
patrick-marsh davetrumpore's article
Jul 21, 2018 at 14:28
Jul 21, 2018
Photo Epic: Race Day 1 - EWS La Thuile 2018
It's a shame that "Sam did seem too bothered". Fortunately it didn't seem to slow him down much
Jul 20, 2018 at 20:16
Jul 20, 2018
patrick-marsh RichardCunningham's article
Jul 20, 2018 at 0:54
Jul 20, 2018
patrick-marsh BlakeRountree's article
Jul 18, 2018 at 1:11
Jul 18, 2018
Video: What An Injured Rider's Dreams Are Made Of
@Slabrung: I was more thinking of direct impacts to the face and if they are effectively transfered to the brain, though I guess there is a significant natural crumple zone (jaw etc). But of course weight and leverage are also large factors so I'm interested in that to and the overall effect.
patrick-marsh mikekazimer's article
Jul 6, 2018 at 18:24
Jul 6, 2018
Pinkbike Poll: What Injuries Have You Received While Mountain Biking?
Dislocated finger and broken teeth are missing for me
patrick-marsh danielsapp's article
Jun 16, 2018 at 14:01
Jun 16, 2018
Bike Check: Reed Boggs' Trek Ticket S - Crankworx Innsbruck 2018
If I remember correctly from school; psi is pressure per square inch, so if you increase the square inches ( i.e. wider rim) the overall force on the rim is greater). If a road rim has half the area of a Mtb rim you could run double the pressure in the road rim and the overall force on the rims would be the same. This also applies in hydraulic brakes. You are creating an amount of pressure on a small area at the lever. The hydraulic fluid travels down the line and then you have the same pressure over the whole piston/pistons, so braking force will = pressure ( created by you) × surface area of pistons. Hence more pistons/ bigger pistons have more power.
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