WTF is Aggro XC/All Mountain?
racerfacer mikekazimer's article
Oct 13, 2021 at 12:423 days
Opinion: Freeride is Dead, Long Live Freeride
I think you should have to post a video of your riding if you want to comment on the inadequacy of certain bike parts.
racerfacer pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 12, 2021 at 8:39Oct 12, 2021
Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest: Win a RockShox Zeb Ultimate
1. Semenuk 2. Lacondeguy 3. Zink
racerfacer mikelevy's article
Oct 7, 2021 at 9:34Oct 7, 2021
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 84 - Explaining RockShox's Computer Controlled Suspension
Had a 2010 Marin Attack trail and it was awesome. Great suspension kinematics, proper head angle, but the largest size they made is a large, with an extremely short reach by modern standards. I'm nostalgic about a time when you got name brand parts (shimano hubs, Fox float fork), shimano LX/XT drivetrain/brakes, and an aluminum frame that actually had some thought put into being somewhat lightweight, all for $2000cad ($2800 today). Imagine if they updated the geometry on those frames, 1x/clutch rear derailleur, tubeless rims. Sell for $3000. Nowadays you'll get no-name hubs, a rock shox gold fork, and maybe NX garbage if you are lucky at that price...
racerfacer SramMedia's article
Oct 7, 2021 at 7:09Oct 7, 2021
Brandon Semenuk's Slopestyle Inspired Red Bull Rampage Bike
Yes to tailwhips
racerfacer henryquinney's article
Sep 28, 2021 at 8:03Sep 28, 2021
First Look: 2022 Rocky Mountain Element - When XC Gets Aggro
would love to see weights. I understand these bikes are more capable and need to handle bigger wheels and longer top tubes than 15 years ago, but we have 15 years of technology but it's funny that bikes are still getting heavier.
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