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peterguns pinkbikeaudience's article
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peterguns spawncycles's article
Oct 9, 2017 at 10:50
Oct 9, 2017
The Bulldog and The Pups - Video
Great job Scott!! These kids are rippers! Great watch!
peterguns pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 14, 2017 at 18:35
Sep 14, 2017
WynTV: Finals Chat - Cairns DH World Champs 2017
@laxguy: The tire WAS still on the rim when he got to the bottom. The Tire didn't even have a hole in it. A spoke broke, pierced the rim tape. Game Over!
peterguns paulaston's article
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peterguns mikelevy's article
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peterguns kurt-rider's article
Aug 11, 2017 at 20:45
Aug 11, 2017
Kurt Sorge: Back to Square One
@PauRexs: you mean Jealousy?
peterguns mikelevy's article
Aug 11, 2017 at 20:19
Aug 11, 2017
Rocky Mountain's Jesse Melamed - EWS Interview: Crankworx Whistler 2017
ALN has ridden the slayer most of the season. I know that Pete Ostroski is on a Slayer also.
peterguns RichardCunningham's article
Jul 29, 2017 at 18:39
Jul 29, 2017
Polaris Debuts Fox Live Valve Electronic Suspension - Coming to Bikes Soon?
Actually the spring curve depends on where the cross-over ring is compared to the travel. So no, just because it has a two coils does NOT make it progressive. Initially the spring rate is soft because both springs are compressing together. When the springs compress far enough, the cross-over slides up until it hits the stop ring and is prevented from sliding further. At this point, the crossover effectively becomes the upper spring seat, locking out the upper spring. From this point, remaining spring travel occurs at the rate of the lower, main spring alone.
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