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ripplemuncher danielsapp's article
May 9, 2019 at 15:21
May 9, 2019
First Look: Cavalerie's Blackbird Carbon Gearbox Bike - Garda Trentino 2019
Beautiful bike. If they made a size XXL I’d be very tempted...
ripplemuncher mikekazimer's article
Apr 3, 2019 at 13:52
Apr 3, 2019
Review: Forbidden's New High Pivot Trail Bike - the 2019 Druid
I know it’s cost prohibitive this early in the business, but if you guys made a size XXL I’d be a customer. Cheers.
ripplemuncher RichardCunningham's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 18:43
Dec 6, 2018
Op-ed: Another Lifetime - Journalist Meets Framebuilder
For the love of Crom, if your going to position yourself as an expert, at least get the terminology correct! It’s a cope, not a miter. Sheesh.
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Oct 26, 2018 at 14:28
Oct 26, 2018
Oct 26, 2018 at 14:28
Oct 26, 2018

Anvil Journeyman Type 3.1 Fixture with Stand

$4000 USD
Anvil Journeyman Type 3.1 Fixture - $4000 Located in Boise, Idaho. May be able to deliver or meet half way for buyers west of the Rockies. Includes: -Rolling stand -Extra tube supports -Six dummy axles -Feng Shui ISO brake fixture -Post Punk brake fixture Everything is in like new condition.

ripplemuncher alexcgevans's article
Sep 18, 2018 at 10:25
Sep 18, 2018
Video: Top-Speed World Record Smashed at 183 mph on a Bicycle
If you take a minute to think about it, this is a triumph of logistics, engineering, and perseverance. There’s nothing easy about it. Don’t confuse drafting at 25mph with drafting at 183mph! The draft car had to driven perfect on salt, at speeds where the car is experiencing constant wheel spin (higher wheel speed than ground speed) so its gonna be real loose, even without the giant cone on the back... Your going to need the perfect rate of acceleration and to hold a steady line so the rider can stay in the draft and not get sucked out or wiped out by the draft shroud. You gotta fund it, build it, train for it, and actually do it. Huge congratulations to the rider, driver, fabricators, sponsors and support crew.
ripplemuncher RichardCunningham's article
Sep 14, 2018 at 16:28
Sep 14, 2018
First Look: Mavic's New Deemax SSC Wheels
@zyoungson: Early model White Brothers inverted DH forks have120mm spacing and a 10mm spacer for using 110 or 120 hubs. I have some crowns, axle and Paul Components 120mm hub squirreled away for a 29er DH bike build from about seven years ago... back when a 29er DH bike was craaaaaazeee... haha
ripplemuncher SaskiaD's article
Sep 5, 2018 at 8:27
Sep 5, 2018
Bike Check: Andrea Garella's Custom-Made Ancillotti Scarab 29er - Superenduro 2018
Ancillotti has been around for a long time (in case you younger guys were thinking this was a startup) and I would say Tomaso is the Brent Foes of Italy. He knows what he’s doing. Perfectly stacked dimes has nothing to do with penetration, heat affected zone, alignment or design functionality. The guy probably drinks 14 espressos a day, so you have to cut him some slack.
ripplemuncher alexcgevans's article
Jul 9, 2018 at 8:50
Jul 9, 2018
Oakley's New MTB Range Includes Clothing & A Greg Minnaar Helmet - Eurobike 2018
"The flight jacket doesn't have a top frame to help with your field of vision." For the last 29 years Oakley has been selling us the M-Frame with no bottom frame to (pause for effect) "help with your field of vision". I'm so tired of the endless marketing bullish!t.
ripplemuncher danielsapp's article
May 21, 2018 at 8:56
May 21, 2018
Review: TRP Slate T4 Brakes
Your review mentioned “a little fade” and wanting “a little bit more power”. From an engineering standpoint (not opinion) rotor and wheel diameter have a major effect on those parameters. Those diameters are dependent on the end user, so should be considered somewhat independent of the brake caliper and lever. Your review would have been more beneficial if you had tested larger rotors after discovering some deficiencies with the 180mm rotors on your test rig. Some may argue that rotor size is usage specific (180 for XC, 203 for DH) but the reality is, rotor size is situation specific (fast 200lb 29er rider on steep XC trails may require 200+mm rotors etc.)
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