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rickybobby18 seb-stott's article
Jan 19, 2022 at 7:10
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rickybobby18 seb-stott's article
Jan 13, 2022 at 21:25
Jan 13, 2022
Ask Pinkbike: Tight Shock Bushings, Top-End or Tuned Shock, Spring Rate vs Force
.501" and .498" options?! Sounds like there's an engineer on Fox's DU team whose soulmate is on SRAM's 28.99 DUB team.
rickybobby18 alicialeggett's article
Jan 13, 2022 at 8:16
Jan 13, 2022
Review: Ion's 2022 Outerwear Collection
I read the jacket con as "sleeves may be a bit long for those without limbs" and thought, "yes yes, that's a good point".
rickybobby18 henryquinney's article
Jan 11, 2022 at 14:20
Jan 11, 2022
Review: Race Face Conspiracy Wet Weather Apparel
@gbeaks33: Totally. If I'm able to stay dry underneath, a waterproof jacket is best. If I know I'm gonna be sweaty, I'd rather have the breathability of the Houdini.
rickybobby18 henryquinney's article
Jan 11, 2022 at 12:42
Jan 11, 2022
Review: Race Face Conspiracy Wet Weather Apparel
@gbeaks33: Patagonia Houdini with warm, insulate-when-wet layers underneath is my current fave. In waterproof stuff I'd get so wet with sweat underneath, but it's a swampy wet. With the Houdini and Merino+Poly layers underneath, I get wet, but stay warm, and it's not a swampy wet. Much preferred for me. And it packs down to baseball size.
rickybobby18 StansNoTubes's article
Jan 10, 2022 at 13:46
Jan 10, 2022
Stan’s Announces Wheels With New M-Pulse Hubs
Their pawls never gave me a problem so it's a bummer that's what they're updating. It's the breaking axles and stripping ratchet rings that suck. Did those get updated?
rickybobby18 alicialeggett's article
Jan 4, 2022 at 12:17
Jan 4, 2022
Michelin Launches New XC Tire Line
Do they intend to square the XC, or just the C? Cuz if it's the former it should be (XC)².
rickybobby18 mattbeer's article
Dec 27, 2021 at 9:35
Dec 27, 2021
Burning Question: How Much Do Water Bottles Influence Frame Design?
Been mountain biking for a decade or so. Started wearing a Camelback MULE. Stopped wearing a Camelbak MULE when I realized how much comfier using a water bottle was. Switched to fanny packs with two bottles (and one in the frame) for longer rides. Switched back to backpacks last year! The Camelbak Skyline LR 10 is what changed things. Fits and carries weight like a lumbar pack with the stability and storage capacity of a backpack. Even on shorter rides I prefer that backpack to a frame water bottle. I can drink with both hands on the bars! Being able to sip on a long sustained singletrack semi-techy climb is really nice. Also nice to be able to take a quick sip on a flat spot in the middle of a long downhill, and I have the option of carrying 3L of water and enough layers/food for a full day mission. So...I went from backpacks to frame storage to fanny packs back to (the right kind of) backpack.
rickybobby18 brianpark's article
Dec 23, 2021 at 6:35
Dec 23, 2021
rickybobby18 mikekazimer's article
Dec 17, 2021 at 11:31
Dec 17, 2021
Field Test: 2022 Scor 4060 ST - Fast & Filthy
@LMRSahara: Nukeproof did it in a simpler way with the Giga, no tunnel needed.
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