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May 7, 2024 at 5:14
May 7, 2024
phutphutend dariodigiulio's article
May 7, 2024 at 1:08
May 7, 2024
Review: Starling MegaMurmur - The Big Bird
Just spent 5 mins on internet: Canyon Strive, Size Large, 485mm reach. Specialized Enduro, S4 (Large), 487mm reach. Santa Cruz Megatower, size Large, 475mm reach. Yeti SB160, Size Large, 485mm reach. Orbea Rallon, Size Large, 485mm reach. AND THE MASSIVE OUTLIER Starling Mega Murmur, Size Large, 485mm reach.
phutphutend dariodigiulio's article
May 7, 2024 at 1:08
May 7, 2024
Review: Starling MegaMurmur - The Big Bird
For shorter riders, The Mx Twist is a better bike. The Twist has shorter 435mm stays, that balance out the the shorter front triangle better...
phutphutend dariodigiulio's article
May 7, 2024 at 0:32
May 7, 2024
Review: Starling MegaMurmur - The Big Bird
We don't file the fillets because it's just not needed. Out brazing is as good as it gets. Filing just adds a massive amount of time (and cost which we would have to pass on to customers), and actually risks the strength of the frame. Hobbyist builders file them, because firstly they have the time, and secondly because they aren't smooth 'off the torch'. Come and see the bike getting built and you'll see how good the brazing is...
phutphutend dariodigiulio's article
May 7, 2024 at 0:08
May 7, 2024
Review: Starling MegaMurmur - The Big Bird
Not TOO flexible, but the right flex of natural terrain. Dario even says that...
phutphutend dariodigiulio's article
May 7, 2024 at 0:00
May 7, 2024
Review: Starling MegaMurmur - The Big Bird
Just spent 5 mins on internet: Canyon Strive, Size Large, 485mm reach. Specialized Ednuro, S4 (Large), 487mm reach. Santa Cruz Megatower, size Large, 475mm reach. Yeti SB160, Size Large, 485mm reach. ORbea Rallon, Size Large, 485mm reach. AND THE MASSIVE OUTLIER Starling Mga Murmur, Size Large, 485mm reach.
phutphutend DustywiggleWygle's article
Mar 20, 2024 at 8:19
Mar 20, 2024
phutphutend henryquinney's article
Jan 4, 2024 at 8:18
Jan 4, 2024
Review: BYB Tech Telemetry 2.0 - Using Data Acquisition to Improve Suspension Set Up
@henryquinney: More technology does not necessarily equate to more fun. Other than bikes breaking less, I think we've always had the same amount of fun on bikes, from Klunkers to current acronym over burdened 'super' bikes. All this does is make to sport less accessible to those without the necessary funding. OK for top end racers, but for the great unwashed?
phutphutend henryquinney's article
Jan 4, 2024 at 8:05
Jan 4, 2024
phutphutend Starlingcycles's article
Dec 12, 2023 at 9:00
Dec 12, 2023
Starling Cycles Adds UDH & Shows Off a Downcountry Build of the Murmur
@GTscoob: We have great jigs & tools for cutting tubes. With V3 frames we have zero warranty rate. Paul's Spur was one of the first of a batch of ten frames. We had built pre-production frames with no issues, but there was a slight change in brazing process to the production version that caused an issue. So, quality is not an issue, rather there are always teething issue with new designs going into production. It affects every company unless they are making tiny iterative changes.
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