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robwhynot ChainReactionCycles's article
Nov 22, 2017 at 15:03
1 days
Rigid and Retro at the Enduro World Series - Video
I have a 1999 Outpost with basically that set up. It came with an RST fork that I replaced with a Bomber Flylight 100, short stem, wide bars, new rubber and clips. It is a riot to ride!
robwhynot officialcrankworx's article
Nov 22, 2017 at 7:36
1 days
Crankworx World Tour 2018 Dates Announced
It is awesome that Crankworx has grown into a world tour event that combines so many disciplines.
robwhynot mikekazimer's article
Nov 21, 2017 at 9:54
2 days
Bontrager Line Pro 30 Carbon Wheels - Review
If Trek had their way the spacing would be proprietary and only fit their bikes. Speaking of... anyone wanna buy my DRCV shock? It'll fit any bike, as long as it is a Fuel, of certain years.
robwhynot RichardCunningham's article
Nov 20, 2017 at 10:07
Nov 20, 2017
Eminent Cycles Launches the Haste - First Look
How about that reuseable box become industry standard?
robwhynot dylansherrard's article
Nov 19, 2017 at 5:39
Nov 19, 2017
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - Ode to the Grom
Yup. Nowadays the kids outshred the Sr groms :)
robwhynot mikelevy's article
Nov 17, 2017 at 12:13
Nov 17, 2017
Ridden and Rated: 5 Four-Piston Brakes
SRAM - our test brakes squealed - do any SRAM brakes not squeal like stuck pigs???
robwhynot raceface's article
Nov 14, 2017 at 5:04
Nov 14, 2017
Race Face Introduces Carbon Wheel Guarantee
@ctd07: I doubt that. Let’s say 10% of sales are fully warrantied (which is probably high) and the cost of replacement is expensed at cost of goods, not retail and excludes sales, marketing and maybe other overhead. So maybe $100-200 max of each sale earmarked for warranty. Probably more like $50. And if they’re smart it is underwritten by a 3rd party, adding the cost to an insurance pool and even further reducing the actual cost per wheel. And the incremental cost of a no questions asked warranty is the at fault claims, they already had warranty for many defects. Fidget with the assumptions, but the actual replacement cost baked into each unit is probably far less than people are assuming and the additions cost of a comprehensive warranty is marginal, with high marketing value. Think of it as an insurance plan and it’s pretty cheap; for comparison my street moto insurance (newish rider) is so high I could buy a new bike every 4 years!
robwhynot scottsecco's article
Nov 13, 2017 at 14:52
Nov 13, 2017
Movies For Your Monday
If they film in portrait... probably not going to get through to them anyway
robwhynot ShredOptics's article
Nov 9, 2017 at 7:24
Nov 9, 2017
Shred Unveils Boost Sunglasses Collection
That was my initial thought too... if the backers of the company aren't comfortable enough to fund the project, maybe it shouldn't be pursued. BUT, it's also a great way to confirm the market opportunity while raising funds. If there isn't enough interest, kill the project and not have to liquidate a bunch of unsold inventory. So Kickstarter can effectively lower the risk on new ventures for existing businesses.
robwhynot paulaston's article
Nov 4, 2017 at 4:37
Nov 4, 2017
Check Out - November
and next will come a premium fender with “UDFP (ultra durable and flexible polymers), TC (Teflon coating for easy mud shedding), ESNS-ZT (extra sticky no slip zip ties) and a GoPro mount that allows your gyro to have some “old school chatter” .... for $400 ‘Cause the bike industry can’t help but upscale everything.
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