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pockets-the-coyote dariodigiulio's article
Dec 14, 2023 at 8:52
Dec 14, 2023
Check Out: TRP Levers, Track Pumps, Books, & More
I've gone back and forth on those zips ever since I first saw them, portability has got to be unmatched, but security is comically low. Then again, for coffee/beer run bike that's going to be sitting in line of sight next to the patio of your preferred destination it would certainly deter many opportunist thieves the same as a cable lock. Having cut many cable locks with forgotten combos and seized rollers, I'm very curious if these would put up more fight against a pair of 7" diagonal cutters. Perhaps they're just a more realistic reminder that anything less than a pair of ulocks isn't going to actually do much to stop someone that really wants it. I am also curious how many of these 69 dollar zips have the combo set to 420 and 666
pockets-the-coyote brianpark's article
Dec 7, 2023 at 11:16
Dec 7, 2023
Mike Levy's Last Podcast
Chapeau Mike, you always did a great job reminding us at large that riding bikes is for fun and not to take things too seriously.
pockets-the-coyote jessiemaymorgan's article
Nov 13, 2023 at 10:53
Nov 13, 2023
SRAM Patent Shows Smarter Built-In ShockWiz on Forks & Shocks
Ah, finally going to ride Dirt Merchant "I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid you can't do that."
pockets-the-coyote henryquinney's article
Oct 16, 2023 at 17:55
Oct 16, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 201 - Wyn Masters on Privateers, Enduro, & Staying Authentic
@henryquinney: I often flip dd/mm and mm/dd typing dates, so it's a familiar struggle. Perfect timing to listen on the drive home!
pockets-the-coyote henryquinney's article
Sep 28, 2023 at 15:00
Sep 28, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 198 - Our Pedantic Pet Peeves
Working with the builders local to me, and watching projects like Seth's Berm Park I think it's safe to say the two biggest driving forces behind this are landowners and the people (often volunteers) doing the trail building. The people nearby that want single track and jank are out there building it, provided the land ownership allows it.
pockets-the-coyote henryquinney's article
Jul 18, 2023 at 8:17
Jul 18, 2023
Check Out: Camouflage Edition
Lezyne pump head threaded onto the back of the Topeak shuttle gage may be the fix for you Henry. Taking both readings at once will save you hours, over a long enough timeline of course, and you get the fast connect so you can keep those valve cores as loose as your heart desires! More seriously, I've been considering Lezyne's micro drive, but I'm concerned about how robust the hose connection at the base is, what are your thoughts for this one?
pockets-the-coyote leatt's article
Jun 13, 2023 at 9:54
Jun 13, 2023
Leatt Releases 3-in-1 Enduro Helmet
Certainly curious about details of the mechanism to attach the chin bar and ear protection, however my first question looking at the picture off al the parts next to each other is will there be a plug for the mechanisms hole when running in half shell mode? I'm sure something very lightweight could be produced to just flush out the look and to keep stuff out of it.
pockets-the-coyote ifhtfilms's article
Jun 5, 2023 at 14:39
Jun 5, 2023
Video: Whistler Opening Weekend 2023 with Mahalo My Dude
They discuss this briefly on feeding off each other 45, although the new video coming may be more similar to the old how to be series, it'll be good to see what they've gotten up to.
pockets-the-coyote daysaver's article
May 31, 2023 at 11:33
May 31, 2023
Daysaver Announces New 'Incredible' Multi-Tool
Purchasing information on kickstarter, I wonder what it will end up retailing for. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/daysaver/daysaver-incredible-the-completely-adaptive-multitool/
pockets-the-coyote mikelevy's article
Mar 27, 2023 at 13:40
Mar 27, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: TRP's Race Engineer on Developing a New Drivetrain & Testing with World Cup Racers
Colin mentions that by matching their chainring and cassette to the KMC they were able to push for tighter tolerances, I wonder how much that will improve the wear rates.
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