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rifu sarahmoore's article
May 12, 2021 at 18:27
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Field Trip: Ripley vs Trance X vs Siskiu vs Marshall vs Rift Zone - Value Full-Suspension Roundtable
@ShortJeffsyOwner: (older) Siskiu D is even more similar to Bossnut. https://www.polygonbikes.com/id/sepeda/sepeda-gunung/siskiu-d7-3/ @Thebluelion: IMO, they are not only similar, but actually the same. I might be wrong, but I think the limited Vander series are actually Bossnut and Sentry frames which are already ordered but then canceled by Calibre. The frames are then rebadged into Polygon Vanders.
rifu sarahmoore's article
May 10, 2021 at 15:04
2 days
Field Trip: Devinci's $2,299 Marshall is a Capable All-Rounder
@rtiEDGE: purple? Fox suspensions? That Siskiu T8 really grows on you, huh?
rifu edspratt's article
May 8, 2021 at 20:13
May 8, 2021
Start List: Albstadt XC World Cup 2021
@dolores: but if I am playing for the overall prize, isn't taking the maximum amount of point per round the logical choice? which gives a higher chance for the round price anyway. can't we change the roster accordingly before each round?
rifu edspratt's article
May 8, 2021 at 18:41
May 8, 2021
Start List: Albstadt XC World Cup 2021
@dolores: if you had to choose between a rider with good performance in prior non WC race with back starting row versus a rider with less than stellar result in the front row, which one will you pick for your fantasy roster?
rifu jamessmurthwaite's article
May 7, 2021 at 15:12
May 7, 2021
5 Key Stats from World Cup XC Racers in the Pinkbike State of the Sport Survey
Also, skills can be trained. With some PED you can recover faster and get more training in the same amount of time. PED has its benefits not only on race day. Some PED can also help with reaction times. Though with the speed that they tackle the technical sections, the benefit for XC athlete is not as large as for DH/enduro athlete.
rifu sarahmoore's article
May 6, 2021 at 15:16
May 6, 2021
Field Trip: Polygon's $2,369 Siskiu Fools You Into Thinking It's Pricier
@chrsei: Some of the names are quite thoughtful. XquareOne was named like that because the designer want to create a completely new suspension design that behave unlike any other so they go back to "square one". Though I admit, substituting S for X feels kinda cringy. Trid is reverse for dirt, quite fitting for a DJ bike. Bromo is even better, it is a famous big mountain on Polygon's backyard. Can't say the same for other names, though.
rifu sarahmoore's article
May 6, 2021 at 4:37
May 6, 2021
Field Trip: Polygon's $2,369 Siskiu Fools You Into Thinking It's Pricier
@zulki-fly: nice! Did you manage to buzz your rear tire on the first few drop as well?
rifu sarahmoore's article
May 5, 2021 at 15:20
May 5, 2021
Field Trip: Giant's $2,500 Trance X Loves Slow Speed Technical Trails
Also, Siskiu got a con for climb lever, but not for Trance? Reading between the lines here, is it maybe @mike-levy can't find another con point on Siskiu? If it was me, for sure I'd rate wallowing suspensions and rattling groupset worse.
rifu sarahmoore's article
May 4, 2021 at 16:28
May 4, 2021
Field Trip: Polygon's $2,369 Siskiu Fools You Into Thinking It's Pricier
Just remembered, Specialized Status also has similar lines. Status and Jeffsy both even use Horst link. Polygon Siskiu is a linkage driven single pivot, while Salsa Blackthorn uses Dave Weagle's Split Pivot.
rifu fovno-tech's article
May 4, 2021 at 16:07
May 4, 2021
Press Release: Fovno-Tech's New Bike Rack Uses Electric Suction Cups
@number44: fresher domestique will help the main GC/sprinter guy win easier.
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