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quentos OneUpComponents's article
Sep 28, 2023 at 6:03
Sep 28, 2023
OneUp Announces New EDC Tube Strap Mount & Inline Pump Mount
I disagree. As you see on the belt this baguette is pure sacrilège soft, squishy not crispy. most likely made without proper T55 or T45 flour I would guess a corn base mixture to give this baguette a softer crust and this cake-ish texture. Otherwise good job One up but please real baguettes on packshot photos. We can spot them kilometres away.
quentos mikekazimer's article
Jun 16, 2023 at 4:04
Jun 16, 2023
First Ride: 2024 Rocky Mountain Slayer
It's a point of detail but Santa cruz and Rocky mountain are making nice looking bikes and I cannot understand why they have been doing it for years for years and are still sticking it to it. Can someone explain me why do they fit the ugliest possible saddles on those nice bikes (i'm talking about the WTB saddles)
quentos carlinoconnell's article
Feb 23, 2023 at 14:26
Feb 23, 2023
Video: 'Balkan Express', A Ski & Cycle Adventure Through Europe's Wildest Mountains
What a great movie ! inspiring love every second of it. their ski level is wow !
quentos mikelevy's article
Feb 16, 2023 at 1:00
Feb 16, 2023
Inside Pivot's Secret Carbon Fiber R&D Facility
The last picture, sent me back in time with the super nice looking GT STS, I would love a bike with raw carbon and polished CNC aluminium parts. please make it
quentos jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 24, 2022 at 7:51
Jan 24, 2022
Owner of Lapierre, Ghost, Haibike & More Bought in €1.56 Billion Deal
@chriskneeland: Lapierre is a French brand and ghost is a German one, they are quite big in Europe, they are quite easy to spot at least in France you can see many Lapierre road bikes on tour de france.
quentos jamessmurthwaite's article
Dec 16, 2021 at 6:07
Dec 16, 2021
Mountain Biker in Spain Shot After Being Mistaken for a Rabbit
@baxterbike: This story happened in Spain, same kind of law applies here in france and I suppose in the rest of Euro zone, in both of those countries nobody owns nor fund anything if it's public. Trails, national parks forests, rivers, whichever open wild areas so most of the public space are state owned therefore you can ride absolutely everywhere. State takes care of maintaining hiking trails, forests, trail paths When there are hunters they are the only hobby that causes a lethal threat to all others hobbies (Hikers, mushroom hunters, mountain bikers, trail runners don't cause any harm nor risk to others)
Dec 9, 2021 at 12:57
Dec 9, 2021
quentos NINJA-MOUNT's article
Sep 14, 2021 at 0:46
Sep 14, 2021
Ninja Mount Launches a Range of Apple Airtag Mounts
At least here in france most of the thieves for city bikes are junkies and loosers of all sorts, so I don't think we should overestimate their skills. Other thefts for high end bikes occurs in a rush when the owners are away in your house, airtags and trackers of all kinds takes time to spot and thieves are busy not making, noise, be fast, not leaving fingerprints, hiding their faces from cctv etc... they might spot it but chances are close to none it's a good product in my opinion.
quentos jamessmurthwaite's article
Aug 21, 2021 at 7:16
Aug 21, 2021
Paris 2024 Olympic Mountain Bike Race to be Held on Artificial Hill
As a local, I'm quite saddened by this decision, Chamonix first would be the obvious choice temple and would showcase more of France's diversity of landscapes, the games are said to be Paris centric (But surf competition will be held in french Island of Tahiti roughly 15000 kms from paris or 10000 miles, but of course there is no possible surfing in paris this kind of makes sense though way closer Lacanau would be a better choice as weel) There are many very nice and way better already existing trails arround Paris, for exemple the forest that arrives to Versailles or the hill of Meudon would be in my opinion better options with stunning views on Paris while staying in the forest. Those upcoming games are mostly going to be held in some poor locations I cannot figure why.
Jul 22, 2021 at 0:46
Jul 22, 2021
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