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rupert3k GTBicycles's article
Feb 6, 2016 at 14:48
Feb 6, 2016
rupert3k GTBicycles's article
Feb 6, 2016 at 14:47
Feb 6, 2016
RC Raps With GT on Pinkbike - Video
This is cool but when are we getting one of those classic bike forefather interviews with RICHARD Re Mantis? Come on my whigga! Get Tom Ritchey or someone to interview YOU and shoot a mad vid telling us about XCR, Flying V, Pro Floater & WTH happened to cause the brand to fade away? Then you can go out & smash it on hardtails like the Ritchey vid you did.
rupert3k pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 21, 2015 at 13:26
Dec 21, 2015
rupert3k davidarthur's article
Sep 2, 2015 at 16:41
Sep 2, 2015
Osprey Syncro 15 Hydration Pack - Review
After starting out on a 2L Camelback I bought a Syncro 10 about 6 months ago and am obviously impressed. Just read all the comments looking for someone who also feels the Osprey hose & bite valve is inferior to Camlebak's but clearly I'm on my own. After switching back & forth I think I prefer the shorter non magnetic bite valve to be just dangling rather than the effort required to detach and attach the magnet. Part of me wishes the magnet was crazy strong so I could just toss it in the general direction. I have resolved to replace the Osprey tube & bite valve with Camelbak. If I'm on the edge exhausted, the effort required fiddling around with the magnet is too much. Furthermore I often find the tube has twisted slightly causing the magnet to break break free during moments of body language. When you're throwing the bike around, the last thing you want is a long armed needy squid flopping about. I feel a little ridiculous with that pipe across my chest around town. At least with the shorter non magnetic tubes you can tuck them under your strap rather than having to actually pull the bladder out when you don't need hydration. Lastly as cool as the tap mechanism is on the Osprey bite valve, it does feel overly heavy & overly complex compared to the lighter Camelbak Valve. Despite all this I am very happy with my purchase and the bladder is great.
rupert3k pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 16, 2015 at 18:07
Jul 16, 2015
Stan's No Tubes - Enduro World Series Round 4 Fantasy Contest
I love Stans wheels and ride nothing else on all my bikes but who's idea was it to give away these cheapest wheels Stans makes? Waste of expletiving time, where are the Valor, Bravo and Avion wheels? Don't insult Pinkbike Lords by offering boring models such as these.
rupert3k mikekazimer's article
Jun 25, 2015 at 20:00
Jun 25, 2015
rupert3k mikekazimer's article
Jun 25, 2015 at 19:59
Jun 25, 2015
Stan's Bravo Carbon Wheels - First Look
I am HANGING for Boost frames if they can get 1 x 14 or 15sp going
rupert3k mikekazimer's article
Jun 25, 2015 at 19:58
Jun 25, 2015
Stan's Bravo Carbon Wheels - First Look
I hope the extra 13mm Boost width could also be used to fit another 2 cogs on the cassette. Let's assume 12sp is coming to 135 spacing anyway soon, would it be such a stretch to add another 2 gears from the extra 13mm for a tasty 1 x 14sp drivetrain? Such a drivetrain would come close to duplicating the full range of 2 chainring setup. My 3 bikes all have Stans wheels, Alpha 340 Disc & Crest Gold but unfortunately I'm not really well heeled enough to be dropping $2k on Wheelsets. Hurry up with the peasants edition please Stan!
rupert3k mikekazimer's article
Jun 7, 2015 at 19:56
Jun 7, 2015
rupert3k mikekazimer's article
Jun 7, 2015 at 19:55
Jun 7, 2015
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