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pnwpedal RichardCunningham's article
Sep 11, 2019 at 11:56
Sep 11, 2019
First Look: BikeYoke's New Suspension Saddle & Adjustable-Stroke Dropper Post
So... Don't sit on it while it's dropped? That's the point of a dropper post, you can instantly raise it back up when you want to sit and pedal.
pnwpedal danielsapp's article
Sep 8, 2019 at 11:35
Sep 8, 2019
New Tech from Industry Nine, Giro, Supacaz, & Fizik - Eurobike 2019
My first thought as all. BMX had to suffer through the oil slick fad a handful of years back, now only the worst companies still sell it. I guess it's time for MTB's turn.
Rode in Lacamas Park. view ridelog
Sep 6, 2019 at 15:10
Sep 6, 2019
quotes Forgot to track the first Red Tape loop...
2,766 m - 00:30 - 3 achievements
Rode in Fallen Leaf Park. view ridelog
Sep 2, 2019 at 13:20
Sep 2, 2019
quotes Fallen Leaf was too damn busy!
4,253 m - 00:49 - 4 achievements
Rode in Cold Creek. view ridelog
Aug 30, 2019 at 17:20
Aug 30, 2019
quotes Road climb to full 6th Sense
9.3 km - 01:45 - 1 achievements
pnwpedal Tajlucas's article
Aug 25, 2019 at 9:43
Aug 25, 2019
Rejected Comic Ideas - Sunday Comics with Taj Mihelich
When it comes to bikes, always let the heart steer. Ride what makes you happy!
pnwpedal nkrohan's article
Aug 19, 2019 at 19:45
Aug 19, 2019
10 Mountain Bike Hip Packs Ridden & Rated
+1 for the Dakine 2L Hot Lap bag. I run a few year old version of it for 95% of my rides and it's perfect. I'm not going on epics, I'm away from the truck for 4-5hr at most. Anything that I want easy access to (or doesn't fit in the pack) goes in my Endura shorts like my phone and gels, or a thin base layer.
pnwpedal RichardCunningham's article
Aug 9, 2019 at 13:00
Aug 9, 2019
Review: e*thirteen's TRS+ 12-Speed Cassette Offers a Whopping 556% Range
I've had good luck with my new style 11t TRS+ cassette with a GX mech, although I admit that downshifting under any kind of load isn't quite as smooth as a SRAM cassette. Paired with a 30t Absolute Black oval ring on my 27.5 2.6" wheels the gearing works well for the techy trails I ride.
pnwpedal jamessmurthwaite's article
Aug 6, 2019 at 12:28
Aug 6, 2019
Interview: Vero Sandler - "The Way Forward is to Prove We Can Ride With the Guys"
@shinook: agreed, and I think we all agree at heart. We shouldn't have to hold back our riding or anything, just that if we plan ahead and coordinate the ride outcome there may be other riders who are capable of and would enjoy riding with us. Male, female, or any other group.
pnwpedal jamessmurthwaite's article
Aug 2, 2019 at 9:37
Aug 2, 2019
Interview: Vero Sandler - "The Way Forward is to Prove We Can Ride With the Guys"
@tobiusmaximum: I would say that this isn't a case of "diversity and inclusion for the sake of diversity and inclusion", it's being used to discuss working past cases of uniformity and exclusion. If a primary group of enthusiasts for any activity is uniform in gender/ethnicity/religion/orientation/etc, and other groups feel excluded because of that, it might be time to reflect on why they feel excluded. Are males and females biologically different? Of course they are. Does that mean that an intermediate female rider shouldn't feel welcome to ride with a group of intermediate male riders? Of course not, we welcome new riders because they love riding bikes.
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