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2012 Specialized Stumpjumber
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May 7, 2024 at 21:31
May 7, 2024
quotes Evening Ride
11.8 km - 01:14
May 4, 2024 at 13:42
May 4, 2024
quotes Found 2 Pmbar checkpoints
24.4 km - 02:44 - 1 achievements
May 3, 2024 at 13:31
May 3, 2024
quotes It was great until it wasn’t @hikeabike
37.1 km - 03:56 - 2 achievements - 1 badges
May 2, 2024 at 12:59
May 2, 2024
quotes Heart rate Ridge
26.5 km - 02:45
May 1, 2024 at 15:53
May 1, 2024
quotes Wilson Creek sucks
36.5 km - 03:01 - 1 achievements - 1 badges
rotorbaru henryquinney's article
Dec 22, 2023 at 6:04
Dec 22, 2023
Review: BMB Reverse Raise Stem - The Stem That Wants to Change Mountain Biking
I like the idea of a higher stack riding position. I had been riding my S4 Stumpy Evo with the stock 35mm rise bars and max spacers under the 40mm stem at ~20mm of spacers. I often felt like I wanted to be more upright, in particular when I am on long gravel forest road climbs which are common in my area of Western NC mountains. I went to a 60mm rise handlebar and it didn't' feel too high with the same spacers, then tried a 80mm rise handlebar with the same amount of spacers and noticed it was hard to get low over the front wheel on machine cut trails. I am currently settled with the 80mm rise bars and taking out 10mm of spacers bringing my stem down and forward a bit. I have no detriment to climbing steep technical trails that I notice, and the position is great for descending steeps and climbing long moderate gravel roads. To each their own but experimenting with fit can be beneficial.
rotorbaru dariodigiulio's article
Aug 28, 2023 at 13:10
Aug 28, 2023
WTB Develops New 750d Wheel Size
@half-man-half-scab: Yes, which explains everything!
rotorbaru dariodigiulio's article
Jul 11, 2023 at 12:16
Jul 11, 2023
Value Field Test: Marin Rift Zone
I can't be the only one who see's Bert from Sesame Streets's Bert and Ernie riding this bike?
rotorbaru alicialeggett's article
Jan 27, 2023 at 11:14
Jan 27, 2023
I Crashed Hard - A Post-Injury Update from Alicia
Thank you for your post, you almost made my cry with happiness at your recovery. The first picture of you and your Dad and then rhw pictures of you in the hospital made me think of how much your family must have been in agony. I am so glad they can now rejoice in your recovery. Best wishes and may your recovery continue at an even more miraculous pace!
rotorbaru seb-stott's article
Jan 26, 2023 at 11:55
Jan 26, 2023
Dave Weagle Patents High-Pivot Drivetrain System
Totally the wrong direction for bike development. Some company needs to take the Tesla approach of relentless simplification, improvements and cost reduction. I don't think adding these components needed for a high pivot design and their benefits are worth it. For an e-bike, sure as it is already more complicated, plus a gearbox drive integrated into the motor makes sense and will probably be coming soon. That would make the high pivot design even easier.
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