Opening Day Survey 2021: What People Are Riding at the Whistler Bike Park

Jun 2, 2021 at 14:03
by Sarah Moore  

Slightly later than usual, but still a month before last year, the Whistler Bike Park opened on Monday, May 31. The lift lines were long, but the weather was perfect and the ideal trail conditions made the wait more than worth it. We once again had our eyes out to assess the statistics of the opening day, and to compare them to the previous years.

Flats pedals and 27.5" wheels reigned supreme with a record-breaking 84.21% of riders on flats and 67.36% sporting the smaller wheels. Despite an increase in the number of brands released mullet bikes, we saw just 2.11% of riders rocking a 29er up front and a 27.5" wheel in the back, which is the same percentage of riders that were on 26" bikes.

Trail bikes reigned supreme this year, with the Giant Reign taking top honours ahead of the Norco Range. However, the most popular fork was the RockShox Boxxer, meaning there were still lots of downhill bikes out, with the Norco Aurum, Commencal Furious and Commencal Supreme being the most popular. The second-most popular fork was the RockShox Lyrik with the Fox 36 close on its heels. RockShox were also the most popular rear shock out there with the Super Deluxe followed closely by the Fox DHX2. SRAM were once again the most popular in the braking and drivetrain department with the Codes and GX derailleur.

DT Swiss had a commanding share of the rims on show once again, with Maxxis being the go-to tire brand with its Assegai, Minion DHF and Minion DHRII taking the top three spots. Tubeless tires were the favoured tire setup over a tube option, although several riders said that they were running a half and half set-up after being unable to seat a tire due to too many dings to the rim.

Here's a look at all the statistics from this year's opening day compared to the previous three.

Opening Day 2021:

Male 76.85%
Female 23.15%

Opening Day 2020:

Male 74.23%
Female 25.77%

Opening Day 2019:

Male 79.44%
Female 20.56%

Opening Day 2018:

Male 79%
Female 21%

Wheel Size Opening Day 2021:

27.5 inch 67.36%
29 inch 27.37%
26 inch 2.11%
Mullet 29/27.5 2.11%
Mullet 27.5/26 1.05%

Wheel Size Opening Day 2020:

27.5 inch 55.91%
29 inch 26.88%
26 inch 12.90%
20 inch 3.23%
Mullet 1.08%

DH Wheel Size Opening Day 2019:

27.5 inch 67.92%
29 inch 26.42%
26 inch 5.66%

DH Wheel Size Opening Day 2018:

27.5 inch 49.00%
26 inch 44.83%
29 inch 6.00%
24 inch 0.17%

Opening Day 2021:

Clipless 15.79%
Flats 84.21%

Opening Day 2020:

Clipless 34.18%
Flats 65.82%

Opening Day 2019:

Clipless 21.5%
Flats 78.5%

Opening Day 2018:

Clipless 23%
Flats 77%

Frames Opening Day 2021

Giant Reign 6.32%
Norco Range 6.32%
Norco Aurum 5.26%
Commencal Furious 4.21%
Commencal Supreme 4.21%
GT Fury Commencal Supreme 4.21%
Kona Process 4.21%
Rocky Mountain Slayer 4.21%
Commencal Meta 3.16%
Giant Glory 3.16%
GT Force Commencal Meta 3.16%
Santa Cruz V10 3.16%
Specialized Stumpjumper 3.16%
Trek Remedy 3.16%
Trek Session 3.16%
Commencal Clash 2.11%
Devinci Wilson 2.11%
Knolly Warden 2.11%
Kona Operator 2.11%
Liv Hail 2.11%
Santa Cruz Nomad 2.11%
Scott Gambler 2.11%
Specialized Enduro 2.11%
Trek Slash 2.11%
YT Tues 2.11%
Zerode G2 2.11%
Canyon Sender 1.05%
Giant Trance 1.05%
Juliana Strega 1.05%
Norco Shore 1.05%
Norco Sight 1.05%
Pivot Mach 6 1.05%
Rocky Mountain Altitude 1.05%
Santa Cruz Bronson 1.05%
Specialized Demo 1.05%
Specialized Status 1.05%
Transition Spur 1.05%
Transition TR500 1.05%
Yeti SB150 1.05%
Yeti SB165 1.05%
YT Capra 1.05%

Frames Opening Day 2020

Specialized Demo 9.77%
GT Fury 6.02%
Giant Glory 4.14%
Trek Remedy 3.38%
YT Tues 3.01%
Commencal Supreme 3.01%
Norco Range 3.01%
Rocky Mountain Slayer 3.01%
Santa Cruz Nomad 3.01%
Commencal Meta 3.01%
Santa Cruz V10 2.63%
Rocky Mountain Maiden 2.63%
Trek Session 2.26%
Norco Aurum 2.26%
Specialized Enduro 2.26%
Commencal Furious 2.26%
Giant Reign 2.26%
Norco HSP 2.26%
YT Capra 2.26%
Transition Patrol 1.88%
Devinci Wilson 1.88%
Rocky Mountain Altitude 1.88%
Rocky Mountain Flatline 1.88%
Intense M16 1.50%
Trek Slash 1.50%
Kona Operator 1.50%
Scott Gambler 1.50%
Canyon Sender 1.50%
Liv Hail 1.50%
Norco Sight 1.50%
Specialized Stumpjumper 1.13%
Commencal Meta AM 1.13%
Yeti SB 150 1.13%
Yeti SB5 1.13%
Devinci Spartan 0.75%
Pivot Pheonix 0.75%
Transition Sentinel 0.75%
Yeti SB 165 0.75%
Scott Ransom 0.75%
GT Force 0.75%
Santacruz Megatower 0.75%
Santacruz 5010 0.75%
Transition TR 500 0.75%
Kona Process 0.75%
Cube Stereo 0.75%
Pivot Firebird 0.75%
Giant Trance 0.38%
GT Sanction 0.38%
Knolly Podium 0.38%
Transition TR 450 0.38%
Cove STD 0.38%
Orbea 0.38%
Knolly Delerium 0.38%
Nuke Proof 0.38%
Knolly Warden 0.38%
Yeti SB6 0.38%
RAAW Madonna 0.38%
Scott Spark 0.38%
Rocky Mountain Element 0.38%
Scott Genius 0.38%
Intense Tracer 0.38%
Banchee Scream 0.38%

Frames Opening Day 2019

Specialized Demo 7.08%
YT Tues 6.19%
GT Fury 6.19%
Giant glory 5.31%
Santa Cruz V10 5.31%
Transition Patrol 3.54%
Trek Session 3.54%
Devinci Wilson 2.65%
Intense m16 2.65%
Norco Aurum 2.65%
Trek Slash 2.65%
Commencal Supreme 1.77%
Devinci Spartan 1.77%
Kona Operator 1.77%
Norco Range 1.77%
Pivot Phoenix 1.77%
Rocky Mountain Altitude 1.77%
Rocky Mountain Flatline 1.77%
Santa Cruz Nomad 1.77%
Scott Gambler 1.77%
Specialized Enduro 1.77%
Specialized Stumpjumper 1.77%
Transition Sentinel 1.77%
YT Capra 1.77%
Banshee Legend 0.88%
Cannondale Jekyl 0.88%
Comencal Furious 0.88%
Commencal Meta 0.88%
Commencal Meta AM 0.88%
Evil wreckoning 0.88%
Evolve Alpha 0.88%
Evolve Sky Pilot 0.88%
Giant Reign 0.88%
Giant Trance 0.88%
GT Force 0.88%
GT Sanction 0.88%
Knolly Podium 0.88%
Knolly Warden 0.88%
NS Define 0.88%
Pivot Firebird 0.88%
Rocky Mountain Slayer 0.88%
Santa Cruz Megatower 0.88%
Scott Ransom 0.88%
Transition tr 11 0.88%
Transition TR 450 0.88%
Transition TR 500 0.88%
Trek Remedy 0.88%
Yeti SB 130 0.88%
Yeti SB 150 0.88%
Zerode G2 0.88%

Frames Opening Day 2018

Specialized Demo 8.33%
Norco Aurum 8.00%
Devinci Wilson 7.67%
Santa Cruz V10 7.33%
Giant Glory 6.33%
Trek Session 6.00%
GT Fury 4.67%
Rocky Mountain Maiden 3.67%
Devinci Spartan 2.67%
Knolly Podium 2.67%
Julianna Strega 2.67%
Giant Reign 2.33%
Santa Cruz Nomad 2.33%
Specialized Stumpjumper 2.33%
Transition TR250 2.33%
Rocky Mountain Flatline 2.33%
Intense 951 2.00%
Scott Gambler 2.00%
Hardtail 2.00%
Commencal Supreme 2.00%
Trek Slash 1.67%
Norco Fluid 1.33%
YT Tues 1.33%
Norco Range 1.00%
Banshee Rune 1.00%
Ghost Riot 1.00%
Kona Operator 1.00%
Rocky Mountain Slayer 1.00%
Santa Cruz Bronson 1.00%
Banshee Legend 0.67%
Canfield Jedi 0.67%
Commencal Meta 0.67%
Evil Following 0.67%
Pivot Phoenix 0.67%
Polygon Collosus DH 0.67%
Transition TR450 0.67%
Yeti SB6 0.67%
Evil Undead 0.33%
Intense M16 0.33%
Intense M9 0.33%
Kona Process 0.33%
Norco Vixa 0.33%
Norco Sight 0.33%
NS Fuzz 0.33%
Rocky Mountain Altitude 0.33%
Trek Remedy 0.33%
Yeti 303 0.33%
Cove Shocker 0.33%
Cannondale Judge 0.33%
Cannondale Jekyl 0.33%
Specialized Big Hit 0.33%

Forks Opening Day 2021:

RockShox Boxxer 25.26%
RockShox Lyrik 17.89%
Fox 36 16.84%
Fox 40 14.74%
RockShox Yari 8.42%
Fox 38 6.32%
RockShox Pike 3.16%
Marzocchi Bomber 2.11%
RockShox Zeb 2.11%
Fox 34 1.05%
RockShox SID 1.05%
RockShox Totem 1.05%

Forks Opening Day 2020:

RockShox Boxxer 19.80%
RockShox Lyrik 17.82%
Fox 36 16.83%
RockShox Pike 6.93%
Fox 40 6.93%
Fox 34 4.95%
RockShox Yari 3.96%
Marzocchi 58 2.97%
Fox 49 1.98%
Fox 38 1.98%
DVO Diamond 1.98%
Marzocchi Z1 1.98%
Marzocchi Monster T 1.98%
SR Suntour 1.98%
X Fusion 1.98%
RockShox Totem 0.99%
RockShox Sektor 0.99%
DVO Emereld 0.99%
DVO Onyx 0.99%
Manitou Dorado 0.99%
Marzocchi 66 0.99%

Forks Opening Day 2019:

RockShox BoXXer 36.07%
Fox 40 15.57%
Fox 36 14.75%
RockShox Lyrik 12.30%
RockShox Pike 3.28%
RockShox BoXXer w/ Ohlins 0.82%
DVO Diamond 0.82%
DVO Onyx 0.82%
Fox 34 0.82%
Manitou Dorado 0.82%
Marzocchi 66 0.82%
Yari 0.82%

Forks Opening Day 2018:

RockShox Boxxer (all) 34.00%
Fox 40 (all) 28.33%
Fox 36 10.00%
RockShox Pike 9.00%
RockShox Lyrik 6.00%
Fox 34 3.00%
Marzocchi 888 2.33%
Ohlins 2.00%
Marzocchi 55/66 1.33%
X Fusion Sweep 1.33%
DVO Diamond 1.33%
DVO Emerald 1.00%
Cannondale Lefty 0.33%

Shocks Opening Day 2021:

RockShox Super Deluxe 22.11%
Fox DHX2 17.89%
RockShox Vivid Coil 13.68%
Fox Float X2 7.37%
RockShox Deluxe 6.32%
RockShox Super Deluxe Coil 6.32%
Fox X2 3.16%
DVO Jade 2.11%
Fox Float 2.11%
Marzocchi Bomber CR 2.11%
RockShox Monarch 2.11%
RockShox Monarch Plus 2.11%
RockShox Vivid Air 2.11%
Cane Creek DB Air 1.05%
Float X2 1.05%
Fox DHX 1.05%
Fox Float X 1.05%
Fox RC2 1.05%
Fox Van RC 1.05%
Marzocchi MOTO C2R 1.05%
Ohlins TTX22 Coil 1.05%
Rock Shox Kage RC Coil 1.05%
RockShox SidLuxe 1.05%

Shocks Opening Day 2020:

Fox DHX2 12.68%
Fox Float X2 9.86%
RockShox Monarch Plus 8.45%
RockShox Vivid Coil 8.45%
RockShox Super Deluxe 8.45%
RockShox Monarch 5.63%
Fox Van RC 5.63%
Fox Float 5.63%
X Fusion Air 5.63%
RockShox Deluxe 4.23%
RockShox Vivid Air 2.82%
RockShox Super Deluxe Coil 2.82%
Fox RC2 2.82%
Fox DPX2 2.82%
DVO Air 2.82%
BOS 2.82%
Fox Nude 1.41%
Ohlins TTX22M 1.41%
Marzocchi Coil 1.41%
DVO Coil 1.41%
X Fusion Coil 1.41%
Cane Creek DB 1.41%

Shocks Opening Day 2019:

RockShox Vivid Coil 22.88%
Fox DH X2 Coil 9.32%
Fox DH X2 Coil 9.32%
RockShox Super Deluxe 8.47%
Fox X2 Float 6.78%
Fox DPX2 5.93%
RockShox Monarch Plus 5.93%
Fox Van Coil 4.24%
Ohlins Coil 3.39%
Fox / Trek Thru Shaft 3.39%
Fox Float X2 Air 1.69%
Fox X2 Coil 1.69%
RockShox Deluxe 0.85%
DVO Jade 0.85%
DVO Topaz 0.85%
Fox DH RC2 0.85%
Fox DH X2 0.85%
Fox DH X2 Air 0.85%
Fox DHX 0.85%
Fox DHX Coil 0.85%
Fox DHX RC4 0.85%
Fox DHX X2 Coil 0.85%
Fox DHX2 Air 0.85%
Fox DP X2 Air 0.85%
Fox Float CTD 0.85%
Fox Float X 0.85%
Fox Nude 0.85%
RockShox Lyrik Coil 0.85%
Marzocchi Coil 0.85%
Ohlins Air 0.85%
RockShox Super Deluxe Coil 0.85%
RockShox Vivid Air 0.85%

Shocks Opening Day 2018:

Fox DHX (inc X2) 21.33%
RockShox Vivid Coil 20.33%
Cane Creek DB Coil 9.33%
Rockshox Vivid Air 8.67%
Cane Creek DB Air 6.00%
Fox Float X (Inc X2) 5.33%
RockShox Monarch Plus 5.00%
Ohlins 5.00%
RockShox Monarch 4.00%
Fox Float 2.33%
Xfusion Vector 2.00%
Hard Tail 2.00%
Marzocchi Rocco 1.67%
DVO Jade Coil 1.67%
RockShox Kage 1.00%
Cane Creek Inline 1.00%
BOS Stoy 1.00%
Push 1.00%
Fox Van 0.67%
DVO Topaz 0.67%

Brakes Opening Day 2021:

SRAM Code 31.91%
SRAM Guide 21.28%
Shimano Saint 12.77%
Shimano Non Series 7.45%
Shimano Zee 7.45%
TRP 4.23%
Shimano SLX 3.19%
Shimano XT 3.19%
Formula Cura 4 2.13%
Hope Tech 2.13%
Shimano XTR 1.06%
Avid Code 1.06%
Avid Elixir 1.06%
SRAM G2 1.06%

Brakes Opening Day 2020:

SRAM Code 26.14%
SRAM Guide 22.73%
Shimano Saint 10.23%
Shimano XT 9.09%
Shimano Non Series 7.95%
Shimano SLX 6.82%
Shimano Zee 3.41%
Shimano XTR 3.41%
Hope 3.41%
TRP 3.41%
Avid Juicy 2.27%
Magura 1.14%

Brakes Opening Day 2019:

SRAM Code 42.06%
SRAM Guide 32.71%
Shimano Saint 12.15%
Shimano XT 4.67%
Shimano SLX 3.74%
SRAM GX 0.93%
Hope 0.93%
TRP G spec 0.93%
SRAM X01 0.93%
Shimano Zee 0.93%

Brakes Opening Day 2018:

SRAM Guide (all) 32.67%
Shimano Saint 17.67%
SRAM Code (all) 11.67%
Shimano Zee 10.33%
SRAM Elixir (all) 8.67%
Shimano XT 5.33%
Shimano Deore 2.67%
SRAM XO 2.33%
Shimano SLX 2.00%
SRAM Juicy 2.00%
Formula R0R 1.33%
Shimano XTR 1.00%
Hope 1.00%
Magura 0.67%
TRP 0.67%

Derailleurs Opening Day 2021:

SRAM XO 9.47%
Shimano XT 8.42%
SRAM XO1 6.32%
Shimano SLX 5.26%
Singlespeed 5.26%
SRAM NX 5.26%
Shimano Zee 4.21%
Shimano Deore 3.16%
Shimano Saint 2.11%
SRAM X7 2.11%
SRAM X9 2.11%
SRAM XX1 2.11%
Shimano XTR 1.05%
SRAM N9 1.05%
SRAM SX 1.05%
SRAM X5 1.05%

Derailleurs Opening Day 2020:

SRAM GX 35.85%
SRAM NX 11.32%
SRAM X0 11.32%
Shimano Zee 7.55%
SRAM X01 6.60%
Shimano Saint 5.66%
Shimano XT 4.72%
Shimano Deore 3.77%
SRAM X7 2.83%
Single Speed 2.83%
SRAM X9 1.89%
Shimano SLX 1.89%
SRAM X5 0.94%
Shimano XTR 0.94%
Black Box 0.94%
Box One 0.94%

Derailleurs Opening Day 2019:

SRAM GX 29.25%
SRAM XO 22.64%
SRAM XO1 14.15%
Shimano Zee 7.55%
Shimano Saint 6.60%
SRAM X9 4.72%
Shimano XTR 4.72%
Shimano XT 3.77%
SRAM NX 1.89%
SRAM G2 0.94%
SRAM X7 0.94%
SRAM XX 0.94%

Derailleurs Opening Day 2018:

SRAM XO 17.33%
SRAM GX 14.33%
Shimano Zee 14.00%
Shimano Saint 12.67%
SRAM X9 7.67%
SRAM X7 5.33%
Shimano SLX 4.67%
SRAM XO1 4.33%
SRAM NX 4.00%
Shimano Deore 3.67%
Shimano XT 3.33%
SRAM X5 2.33%
Shimano XTR 2.00%
SRAM X11 2.00%
Single Speed 1.33%
Shimano Altus 1.00%

Rims Opening Day 2021:

DT Swiss 25.26%
ethirteen 16.32%
Giant 9.47%
Race Face 8.95%
Bontrager 8.42%
Spank 5.79%
Roval 5.26%
Stans 3.68%
Chromag 3.16%
Sunringle 3.16%
We Are One 3.16%
WTB 2.11%
Easton 1.05%
Alex 1.05%
Hope 1.05%
NOBL 1.05%
NOX 1.05%

Rims Opening Day 2020:

DT Swiss 26.32%
WTB 10.53%
E13 7.89%
Race Face 6.58%
Mavic 6.58%
Specialized Roval 5.26%
Spank 5.26%
Stans 5.26%
Sun Ringle 3.95%
Bontrager 2.63%
Easton 2.63%
Alex Rims 2.63%
We Are One 2.63%
Reynolds 2.63%
Chromag 2.63%
Santa Cruz 1.32%
Syncros 1.32%
Zipp 1.32%
Crank Brothers 1.32%
Industry Nine 1.32%

Rims Opening Day 2019:

DT Swiss 25.23%
Race Face 12.15%
e13 9.35%
Sun Ringle 9.35%
WTB 7.48%
Specialized Roval 6.54%
Spank 6.54%
Bontrager 4.67%
Mavic 3.74%
Easton 2.80%
Stans 2.80%
ENVE 1.87%
Santa Cruz 1.87%
Syncros 1.87%
Alex Rims 0.93%
Atomlab 0.93%
Hope 0.93%
SRAM 0.93%

Rims Opening Day 2018:

DT Swiss 22.67%
Sun Ringle 11.67%
E*thirteen 9.33%
Spank 7.33%
Stan's 7.00%
Mavic 6.00%
Specialized Roval 5.33%
Giant 4.67%
WTB 4.67%
Raceface 4.00%
NOBL 2.67%
Bontrager 2.33%
Alex Rims 2.00%
ENVE 1.83%
Easton 1.50%
Santa Cruz 1.33%
SRAM 1.33%
Hope 1.00%
Industry 9 0.67%
Shimano 0.67%
Syncros 0.67%
FSA 0.67%

Tires Opening Day 2021:

Maxxis Assegai 22.63%
Maxxis Minion DHF 17.37%
Maxxis Minion DHRII 17.89%
Schwalbe Magic Mary 8.42%
Specialized Butcher 5.79%
Maxxis Minion DHR 4.21%
Bontrager G5 3.16%
Maxxis High Roller II 3.16%
Continental Der Kaiser 2.11%
ethirteen LG1 2.11%
Maxxis High Roller 2.11%
Bontrager G4 1.58%
Bontrager SE5 1.05%
Bontrager XR5 1.05%
Maxxis Dissector 1.05%
Michelin DH22 1.05%
Michelin Wild Enduro 1.05%
Bontrager SE4 0.53%
Maxxis Aggressor 0.53%
Maxxis Shorty 0.53%
Schwalbe Big Betty 0.53%
Schwalbe Dirty Dan 0.53%
Specialized Eliminator 0.53%
Vee Tire Gravity Co 0.53%
WTB Vigilante 0.53%

Front Tires Opening Day 2020:

Maxxis Minion DHF 46.60%
Maxxis Assegai 18.45%
Schwalbe Magic Mary 4.85%
Specialized Butcher 4.85%
Maxxis Minion DHR2 2.91%
Continental 2.91%
Michelin 2.91%
Maxxis High Roller 2 1.94%
Schwalbe Hans Dampf 1.94%
Schwalbe Nobby Nic 1.94%
E13 LG1 1.94%
Bontrager G5 1.94%
Bontrager G4 1.94%
WTB 1.94%
Onza 1.94%
Schwalbe Black Jack 0.97%

Rear Tires Opening Day 2020:

Maxxis Minion DHR2 32.56%
Maxxis Minion DHF 16.28%
Maxxis High Roller 2 9.30%
Schwalbe Magic Mary 6.98%
Maxxis Minion DHR 4.65%
Specialized Butcher 4.65%
Maxxis Assegai 3.49%
Vee Tyre Co 3.49%
Schwalbe Muddy Mary 2.33%
Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.33%
Bontrager SE4 2.33%
E13 LG1 2.33%
Kenda 2.33%
Maxxis Disector 1.16%
Schwalbe Nobby Nic 1.16%
Bontrager G4 1.16%
Onza 1.16%
Goodyear Escape 1.16%
Continental 1.16%

Front Tires Opening Day 2019:

Maxxis Minion DHF 38.61%
Maxxis Assegai 9.90%
Schwalbe Magic Mary 8.91%
Specialized Butcher 6.93%
Maxxis High Roller 2 5.94%
Onza Aquilla 4.95%
Maxxis DHF 3.96%
Specialized 2.97%
Bontrager G5 2.97%
e13 LG1 2.97%
Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.97%
Maxxis HighRoller 1.98%
WTB 1.98%
Bontrager G4 0.99%
Bontrager SE4 0.99%
Continental Der Kaiser 0.99%
Schwalbe Nobby Nic 0.99%

Rear Tires Opening Day 2019:

Maxxis Minion DHR II 29.41%
Maxxis Minion DHF 11.76%
Specialized Butcher 6.86%
Schwalbe Magic Mary 5.88%
Maxxis High Roller 2 4.90%
Schwalbe Hans Dampf 4.90%
Maxxis Aggressor 3.92%
Maxxis High Roller 3.92%
Onza Aquilla 3.92%
Bontrager G5 2.94%
Maxxis DHR II 2.94%
Maxxis DHR II 2.94%
E 13 LG1 1.96%
Maxxis Assegai 1.96%
WTB 1.96%
Bontrager 0.98%
Bontrager G4 0.98%
Bontrager SE4 0.98%
Continental Baron 0.98%
Maxxis DHR 0.98%
Maxxis Minion DHR 0.98%
Schwalbe Muddy Mary 0.98%
Schwalbe Nobby Nic 0.98%
Specialized 0.98%
Specialized Slaughter 0.98%

Tires Opening Day 2018:

Maxxis Minion DHF 34.33%
Maxxis Minion DHR 16.67%
Schwalbe Magic Mary 15.00%
Maxxis High Roller 2 7.33%
Maxxis Minion DHR 2 4.17%
Bontrager G4 4.00%
Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.67%
Specialized Butcher 2.50%
Maxxis High Roller 2.50%
Continental Baron 1.33%
Schwalbe Muddy Marry 1.17%
Specialized Slaughter 1.00%
Schwalbe Nobby Nick 1.00%
Continental Trail King 1.00%
Kenda Nevegal 0.83%
Maxxis Ardent 0.67%
Maxxis Shorty 0.67%
Bontrager XR3 0.67%
Kenda Honey Badger 0.67%
Schwalbe Wickid Will 0.67%
Maxxis Icon 0.67%
WTB Vigilante 0.17%
Continental Mountain King 0.17%
Schwalbe Racing Ralph 0.17%

Tire Setup Opening Day 2021:

Tubeless 54.74%
Tubes 33.68%
Half & half 11.58%

Tire Setup Opening Day 2020:

Tubeless 33.93%
Tubes 66.07%

Tire Setup Opening Day 2019:

Tubeless 50.93%
Tubes 49.07%

Tire Setup Opening Day 2018:

Tube 55.00%
Tubeless 39.67%
Insert 5.33%

Helmets Opening Day 2021:

TLD 26.32%
Fox 23.16%
100% 10.53%
IXS 6.32%
POC 6.32%
Smith 6.32%
Bell 5.26%
Kali 3.16%
661 2.11%
Giro 2.11%
Leatt 2.11%
Specialized 2.11%
Protec 1.05%
Scott 1.05%
Suomy 1.05%
Urge 1.05%

Helmets Opening Day 2020:

Troy Lee Designs 33.33%
Fox 16.67%
Bell 12.22%
Poc 8.89%
Giro 7.78%
100% 7.78%
IXS 4.44%
Specialized 3.33%
661 1.11%
Leatt 1.11%
ONE 1.11%
7IDP 1.11%
Blue Grass 1.11%

Helmets Opening Day 2019:

TLD 28.04%
Fox 19.63%
Bell 13.08%
IXS 13.08%
Giro 5.61%
POC 4.67%
661 2.80%
Kali 2.80%
Specialized 2.80%
Leatt 1.87%
6D 0.93%
Lazer 0.93%
MET 0.93%
ONE 0.93%
Shoei 0.93%
Urge 0.93%

Helmets Opening Day 2018:

Troy Lee Designs 26.33%
Fox 22.33%
Bell 10.33%
Giro 9.00%
IXS 5.33%
661 5.33%
Kali 4.33%
Other 4.33%
POC 3.67%
Specialized 3.00%
100% 2.67%
urge 1.33%
One 0.67%
O'Neil 0.67%
MET 0.33%
6D 0.33%

Neck Braces Opening Day 2021

No 88.42%
Yes 11.58%

Neck Braces Opening Day 2020

No 78.57%
Yes 21.43%

Neck Braces Opening Day 2019

No 89.72%
Yes 10.28%

Neck Braces Opening Day 2018

No Brace 82.33%
Yes 17.67%

Pads and protections Opening Day 2021:

Fox 22.35%
POC 16.47%
Race Face 12.94%
Dakine 9.41%
Chromag 8.24%
TLD 3.53%
Ion 2.35%
IXS 14.12%
7idp 2.35%
NF 2.35%
661 1.18%
Dainese 1.18%
G-Form 1.18%
Leatt 1.18%
Sweet Protection 1.18%

Pads and protections Opening Day 2020:

Fox 27.78%
ISX 13.89%
Race Face 13.89%
Troy Lee Designs 11.11%
Leatt 8.33%
None 8.33%
POC 5.56%
661 5.56%
Dakine 2.78%
G-Form 2.78%

Pads and protections Opening Day 2019:

TLD 20.00%
Fox 16.67%
IXS 14.44%
Race Face 12.22%
Dakine 8.89%
POC 7.78%
661 5.56%
Dainese 3.33%
G Form 2.22%
Leatt 2.22%
O'neal 2.22%
Fly 1.11%
ION 1.11%
None 1.11%
TSG 1.11%

Pads and protections Opening Day 2018:

TLD 19.00%
Fox 14.00%
Race Face 14.00%
N/A 13.00%
IXS 10.67%
POC 10.33%
661 4.67%
Dakine 2.67%
Dainese 2.33%
Alpine Stars 1.33%
GForm 1.33%
Fly 1.00%
Kali 1.00%
O/Neal 1.00%
Seven 1.00%
AsterISK 0.67%
Leatt 0.67%
Nukeproof 0.67%
Lizard Skins 0.33%
TSG 0.33%

More from Opening Day:
61 Bikes of Whistler Bike Park Opening Day 2021
Video: Whistler Bike Park Opening Day 2021
Video: 11 Bike Checks From Whistler Bike Park Opening Day 2021
Photo Epic: If You Open, They Will Come - Whistmas 2021

Previous "What People are Riding" surveys:
Opening Day 2020
Opening Day 2019
Opening Day 2018
Opening Day 2016
Opening Day 2015


  • 291 4
 What I get from this is that all Americans ride 26" Specialized Demos.
  • 28 0
 There’s still a couple of us Canucks rocking a demo on 26’s eh!
  • 21 45
flag eddycheever (Jun 2, 2021 at 15:45) (Below Threshold)
 Is the border open?!?!
  • 21 13
 @eddycheever: Border rules depends on the channel of news you watch... (Only for U.S. badges)
  • 74 13
 SRAM guides have no business in the bike park.
  • 9 0
 @powderturns: but the bikes they're on sorta do, which wasn't always the case. My guesses - a lot of people can't quite justify a brake upgrade yet - or the brakes they want are out of stock.
  • 10 0
 @powderturns: just use them less
  • 12 0
 @eddycheever: Americans who ride 26ers don't care about no border rules!
  • 2 0
 I thought all the Specialized Demos were rentals anyway? Have all the shops in Whistler moved to renting other brands?
  • 4 1
 Gwin went to Specialized, so they did too!
  • 2 0
 with Mavic wheels
  • 10 0
 I was on an extreme pogo stick wearing only a neck brace.
  • 9 0
 @ReeferSouthrland: on behalf of all Canadians, please consider adding at least one sock to your ensemble for your next visit.
  • 1 2
 Not sure how you've deduced this from this data set. Nationality of rider was not something that was queried.
  • 4 0
 @SuperHighBeam: borders are closed, 1+1..
  • 2 0
 @AndrewHornor: Well Ok if I have to.
  • 1 0
 Many of those Demo's come from rentals (same with the guides...). With the current restrictions on, rentals around town are very low!
  • 1 1
 @powderturns: neither do crap magura mt7s
  • 1 4
 @pugafi: So you're assuming the elevated numbers for 2020, 2019, and 2018 for Specialized Demo ridership is due strictly to US riders visiting BC...seems like a stretch. Maybe it's more to do with a turnover of rental stock from Demos to some other bike.
  • 1 0
 @SuperHighBeam: I think hes suggesting less tourism in general and around rental bikes with covid/vax regulations everywhere, home dirt and in BC.
  • 1 0
 @andybeck: Yes he may be suggesting that but that is also assuming that US riders rock Specialized Demos more than Canadians. I'm not sure that is necessarily true. I suspected that perhaps Canadian bike rentals have rotated out Demos in favor of something else. I suspect the change in numbers is driven by more than just US visitors. I'm only speculating though, I don't know anything definitively.
  • 1 0
 @SuperHighBeam: i've done a few seasons here and Demos always make up a high % of the rental bikes here in Whis
  • 1 0
 @KrishanK: I guess that supports the theory that most of the Demos that are ridden at Whister are either rentals or rigs brought by American visitors to Whistler. Doesn't answer the question as to why Canadians don't ride the Demo, or why the Demo is some common to Americans. Is it just that Specialized is to USA as Commencal is to CAN?
  • 89 1
 ...26 is on life support with family and friends gathered around
  • 77 5
 I'd say it's time to pull the plug, but it won't die... It's just gonna be that weird uncle that got divorced and started dating a 60 something year old who started an Only Fans page, and bought a convertable Mazda MX5. Most people will avoid him, but every once in a while he's gonna show up uninvited with his cougar girlfriend in a miniskirt wreaking of Chanel No°5, with her varicose veins on display.
  • 65 0
 @jomacba: You sure know a lot about this "uncle".
  • 10 0
 @bocomtb: Just think of Uncle Rico from Napoleon Dynamite
  • 6 0
 @jomacba: let me get her @. for an "uncle".
  • 39 1
 26" is the retired uncle still having a blast surfing their upturned dining table down the stairs whilst everyone else attempts to convince them they should give it up and buy a hoverboard.

Now, clear that stuff off the table...
  • 9 4
 @orientdave: This is where this uncle gets to the bottom of the staircase, and slams into the adjacent wall, while simultaneously shitting his pants, but tries to play it cool like nothing happens and then proceeds to "hang out" for the rest of the night with shitty bum. Now your house smells like a concoction of shit and perfume from his cougar girlfriend....
  • 6 0
 @jomacba: this seems oddly specific....
  • 1 1
 @Lemmyschild: wouldn't you like to know Wink
  • 7 14
flag bikeetc (Jun 2, 2021 at 19:55) (Below Threshold)
 @jomacba: that uncle that refuses to wear a mask because he doesn’t give AF what other people think, knows his current setup has worked for him this long and waiting for all the hyped up BS to pan out.
  • 14 1
 @bikeetc: the 26in riders slept in, waiting for the snow to melt and trails to dry. Shows up in July and schools everyone …..backflippin and 360’n all the jumps
  • 1 0
 @jomacba: Uncle Rico got the chicks!
  • 8 0
 i don't understand the hate though, the industry yes, is phasing them out. but i loved both my 26" bikes, the enduro and the status. small wheels are snappy and fun lol
  • 9 0
 @crysvb: I still ride my old 26 bike... probably going to ride it today because all bicycles are fun!
  • 5 0
 @crysvb: Me too... rode it today... had a great time as usual... don't we all?
  • 80 5
 yo 27.5 for the win lets goo
  • 13 5
 29 is for shaved legs XC riders :-)
  • 41 0
 I'd like to think the 1.05% of peope with the Spurs are the same 1.05% of people running Totems
  • 21 0
 I think the 1.05% is just one person, since there is consistently 1.05% on the weird random parts. Like the person who was using a Sid.
  • 11 1
 @imnotdanny: yep, that was me!!! Down with Downcountry \m/
  • 8 0
 @imnotdanny: If there were 95 people, than a single person would be a 1.05%. so that's not an unreasonable assumption. I'll assume some of the others that have different numbers (pads and protection shows a minimum of 1.18% and tires shows 0.53% are related to changes in how many were observed (tires usually comes in twos on a bike) and it doesn't seem unfathomable that there'd be 10 people without pads in the observed group.
  • 6 0
 @imnotdanny: Honestly, it was just a comment on how absurd that would be. The Sid would have been on the Spur.
  • 2 14
flag imnotdanny (Jun 2, 2021 at 16:22) (Below Threshold)
 @kingtut87: true I guess that actually is the stock fork I think. XC type bikes don't really belong at a park.
  • 1 0
 @Shenzhe: I bet that is probably exactly correct.
  • 1 0
 @imnotdanny: yeah, the math says that they surveyed 95 people.
  • 1 0
 I'm no math wizard but 95 people surveyed, 1 must equal about 1.05%
  • 14 0
 @imnotdanny: lol i was running the Spur and the Sid.. so much fun on A-line!
  • 5 0
 @imnotdanny: don’t belong? That’s like saying men don’t belong in a kitchen. Everyone belongs wherever they feel like they belong!
  • 1 0
 @Shenzhe: 0.53 may actually be.0.525, which is because one person can run two different tyres, so one unique tyre. Your population assumption is still correct.
  • 1 2
 @jaame: fair enough but I bet that they bottomed out all the time and didn't have the most possible fun.
  • 1 0
 @mattboltz: lol how'd it feel? Were you bottoming out all the time?
  • 2 0
 it was @mattboltz destroying on the Spur! I have one, so shockingly capable
  • 3 0
 @imnotdanny: honestly I didn't bottom it out once! TR has done a great job designing the frame and suspension tuning
  • 1 0
 @mattboltz: wow that's impressive
  • 1 0
 @jaame: Not necesarily. you dont want 60 kg women in army. if 110 kg heavy man needs to be carried she cant help him.
  • 2 0
 @trauty: there are many jobs in the army. Not all require the ability to carry 110kg men off the battlefield. Also, I doubt there are many soldiers at 110kg. They would have to be tall to fit in the required weight limit at 110kg I think. My mate got told he had to be 93kg or under at 6'1" I recall. Something about eating too much of the budget.
  • 1 0
 @jaame: understood. but if the women specifically apply to be nave seal , than what?
  • 3 2
 @trauty: everything should be based on how good you are in my opinion. Not age, sex, skin colour or anything else. If a woman is good enough to be a navy seal and wants to be one, then she should be one. Of course, being good enough might mean having to carry a 110kg bleeding and limp comrade, or make rational life-and-death decisions every day of the month. Most women may not be naturally predisposed to those things, but I'm sure there are some that are. Some of the sheilas at my CrossFit are absolute beasts that can pound weights and run all day. In my opinion, the physical side of what might be required in the armed forces is less of a hurdle than people think. The emotional stability side, that will be the question. Not many women could answer yes to the question "Are you capable of being rational every day of the month?"
  • 36 0
 Seriously. How are you compiling this data? Do you stop every single person in line for a full scan? Trail cam in the lift line? Security video cams? Thats a lot of stuff to know from a lot of people?
  • 24 74
flag onemind123 (Jun 2, 2021 at 15:27) (Below Threshold)
 Same way they gather any information of their articles - guessing and then correcting the facts later on.
  • 81 1
 We took a sample of people who were waiting in line. Luckily the lines are long on opening day so people have time to go through a lot of categories!
  • 54 1
 They interviewed people in the line up. Did the hard graft and stood there with a clipboard, Kudos to PB! This data is actually super interesting, very interesting to see what the demographics for brands and combinations are. SRAM and Rockshox must be very happy!
  • 12 5
 Sample size of 95
  • 15 1
 @sarahmoore: are some of these results skewed by the fact that some of these bikes are in local rental fleets?
  • 1 1
 @vandall: that’s a great point
  • 4 0
 @sarahmoore: Why haven't you included the bikes that were in the bike checks?
  • 2 0
 @sarahmoore Would you say this was a thoroughly random sample or do you feel there was some bias in what riders/bikes were interviewed? How many riders did you interview?
  • 28 0
 96.23% of readers went straight to the comments
  • 33 7
 SRAM is dominating the industry. Brakes, suspension and drivetrain
  • 33 5
 LMFTFY: SRAM is dominating the (Whistler opening day lift line). Brakes, suspension and drivetrain
  • 4 1
 All the sponsored dudes were out, that helps a lot.
  • 22 0
 Most bikes OEM SRAM. It's hard to find an all Shimano bike. It's why the percentage is so high. I believe it's because Shimano doesn't sell shocks.
  • 4 0
 @frenchyroast: I recommended Shimano to buy Marzocchi when it was for sale. They did not listen.
  • 1 0
 @frenchyroast: and fox doesn't make drivetrains lol
  • 21 1
 Clearly these people have no idea how to build up a bike. They're not running EXACTLY what I am.
  • 21 1
 Who rode the Grim Donugt?
  • 2 0
 I was asking myself the same thing. Maybe the pinkbike staff?
  • 10 0
 @mtbcoffeeman: or maybe just trolling
  • 2 0
 @jmtbf: prob that
  • 1 0
 These are the pictures from last years whistler survey
  • 17 0
 Minions have been dethroned! Must be a sign!
  • 12 0
 I too was surprised to see how much % was lost by dhf. But assegais are pretty sweet...
  • 14 134
flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 2, 2021 at 15:40) (Below Threshold)
 @sspiff: Interesting to see how consistent the Magic Mary has been great after year.

The big loser takeaway for me was seeing how few people are afraid to take their #YTrash to the world's #1 bikepark and be publicly associated with it on opening day. YT has gone from 8% of bikes 2 years ago to just 3% this year. Seems like alot of people have been learning from my blog.

The Specialized Demo also took a big hit, but the Big S made up for it by having more riders on their Enduro and Stumpjumper, which really shows you the capability of their shorter travel bikes.

The big disappointment for me was the lack of e bikes and gearbox bikes.
  • 30 1
 @DoubleCrownAddict: are you trying to be funny
  • 3 0
 Those numbers get a bit inflated when considering OEM setups. We're seeing alot of bikes equipped with assagais out of the box, and given that it is a good tire choice, (and people are generally resistant to change) I'd expect many people to replace worn tires with new tires of the same model. I personally still find the DHR2 to be the most consistant tire, and most ideal in all conditions. I felt the assegai was a great tire, but didn't have the same level of grip in all conditions. Again, that's my perspective, and I'm biased... As I would expect most people who are used to something as specific as tire choice.
  • 16 1
 @DoubleCrownAddict: I would suspect that were seeing less YTs due to their terrible customer service. I honestly don't think your blog really made an impact on those numbers. On a positive for you however; they are doing a fine job of pushing new customers away just fine all by themselves.

In regards to specialized, I think there are a few reasons for this. The Demo is no longer their flagship bike, that crown is held by their enduro. The pricepoint for their spec is high in comparison, and carbon is still highly desirable, even though it's been proven to not be superior in most cases. I feel there are only a few companies doing carbon right.

As far as ebikes and gearbox bikes, ebike prices are still quite high, and thus will negate a large portion of sales for new bikes. It's also early I the ebike Era, so I'd expect as some of these bikes go on sale as second hand, we will likely see a rise in the future, as the people who can afford them now, generally have more than one bike.

As for gearbox driven bikes, that is already a niche market, and until we see a significant rise in gearbox development and use in the OEM market, it will remain there.
  • 56 4
"Seems like alot of people have been learning from my blog."

I have read your blogs.
I am hereon in going to officially call you not DoubleCrownAddict but DunningKrugerAsshat.
Your'e welcome.
  • 10 0

Silly, most foreigners can't /won't go to Whistler right now. Canada's YT service guy pretty much blew it up there (maybe not his personal fault, of course) from what I heard,so I'm not at all surprised Canadians abandoned the brand. Isn't it time to go to band practice? You still singing for Electric Troll?
  • 2 2
 @suspended-flesh: Let's not resurrect the past shall we. Let's all keep it constructive in light of any disagreements.
  • 19 0
 @DoubleCrownAddict: Gee, I wonder why there weren’t more e-bikes at a lift access bike park? It’s almost like you don’t have to pedal uphill or anything.
  • 4 1
 @orientdave: I suspect this guy can’t be serious. Either that, he’s the most deluded dude in the history of this site.
  • 5 1
 @orientdave: link to blog? Wanna see how ignorant this guy is.
  • 2 0

You can find all their blog posts on their profile page. Just click their user name and then their blog section.
  • 3 41
flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 2, 2021 at 21:20) (Below Threshold)
 @orientdave: Your still just mad at me cause I caused Waki to freak out and have a delusional psychotic paranoid breakdown and then delete his account again. I'm still working on a blog about it that will be called "Waki came back.. and it was whack!"

You can't touch my YT blog, your just another desperate hack with no valid points. Call me DCA please, and thank you.
  • 22 1
 No, not mad at you, exasperated perhaps.

Add the evangelical tone of your opinions that leave little room for alternative viewpoints to the general sense of superiority that you give to those viewpoints and the end result is this: the idea of having a discussion on PB in which you are involved makes me depressed about how the internet has encouraged, among other things, a sense of self righteousness (that we all, including I, suffer from) in us that precludes most of us from an educated discussion.

I should just ignore you, however that is difficult given your evangelical nature.

In the same way that you react to the mention of YT as a brand, I react to many of your opinions in a similar way.

If you wish to retain the right to give us all the continued benefit of your obvious opinions of their company, so you may have to deal with my right to let you know how I feel about you as a member of this community.

There is no malice; it is me expressing my considered opinion about you as a member here.
  • 18 1
 @DoubleCrownAddict: maybe im out of the loop, but are you bragging about bullying someone in PB comments to the point where they deleted their account? Sounds like you’re the whack one here
  • 14 0
 Imagine having the amount of spare time that doublecrowntroll has... the dude is writing a blog about arguing with someone on pinkbike comments.................. lol.
  • 2 27
flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 3, 2021 at 5:01) (Below Threshold)
 @orientdave: It's revealing how you responded to reading my blog with personal insults directed at me instead of actually addressing the facts laid out in the blog. Very telling about your lack of intellect and the way you deal with things that bother you.
  • 2 24
flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 3, 2021 at 5:13) (Below Threshold)
 @mtshakira: Didn't built anybody, just called Waki out for racially offensive statements which he refused to ever apologize for or even acknowledge. That night he consumed a combination of psychedelic drugs and Polish vodka which led to his delusional paranoia before he deleted his account again. It was an episode worthy of a blog and might be some interesting reading. The takeaway that I will explain in my blog is that taking the route of racially offensive behavior always leads to failure, and it's best to acknowledge it and apologize rather than stubbornly torture yourself with the denial of it and pretending it wasn't offensive.

It's something the owner of YT could learn from. By refusing to acknowledge their mysogyny and use of offensive Nazi Rune images in their marketing, he is just letting it linger and not letting the company move beyond it.
  • 20 1
 @ DKA
Oh Jeezas, I should refrain from this, but can't resist,

I, and I suspect many others here, have chosen not to respond to your blog(s), not because I think your assertions are falsehoods, but because, and read this carefully: I don't - give - a - shit about it.

You may well be correct in your assertions about YT. I don't know. I don't care. If YT wish to comment, they can. They have not, to my knowledge responded, and I - don't - care.

It is not incumbent upon anyone to have to engage with you just because you write a blog.

You are allowed by liberals such as myself to hold those opinions. No, criticism of you is not aimed at your beliefs, it is firmly aimed at your - constant - referencing to your beliefs and you - constant - issuing of challenges to others to somehow prove themselves to you through reasoned argument related to your blog contents.

So, I have no desire to discuss the merits of your opinions, however, that does not give you license to use anyone's silence as proof positive of a) their lack of intellect and b) the superiority of your position and intellect and c) justification for name-calling and general lack of decorum in your choice of language.

Forums are better, I believe, in the absence of such.

So, go ahead and believe what you believe. I believe I speak for many here who do - not- care about your personal crusade.

What I do care about is the community here.
And you sully it in my opinion.
I wish you would leave, however I am under no illusion that that is unlikely.

So, I politely ask you to desist in your calls to me to take up your crusade or challenge it. Thank you.
  • 4 1
 @orientdave: love your responses and I’m going to borrow the “Jeezas” spelling
  • 2 0

the past is imperfect
the present is tense
the future is malign
and immortality lacks evidence
lay down and eat roses

-Buk 1971
  • 3 0
 @suspended-flesh: I have never read anything so profound. Heading out to go eat roses right now.
  • 9 1
 @TypicalCanadian: all in favor of banning @DoubleCrownAddict from Pinkbike forever say "aye"...
  • 3 1
 @DoubleCrownAddict: I love your comments so much lol. But you better not have made waki leave again. Both you guys are great.
  • 2 16
flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 3, 2021 at 11:06) (Below Threshold)
 @orientdave: What a hypocritical, empty rant you spew. First you say you don't care if I'm right or not about YT and their obviously offensive marketing. Then you say you care about the "community". Pfft! As if racism and mysogyny never had any effect on anything related to community. Seems obvious that associating with racism and mysogyny don't bother you, that's the only thing you seem to make clear.
  • 2 1
 @suspended-flesh: what does that mean
  • 7 2
 @DoubleCrownAddict: just…go away. Please. Your account has been suspended how many times now? Just take the hint
  • 5 1
 Please pinkbike, please, is there nothing you can do? For my mental health .. I beg you.

Or do you ask us all to just ignore then and let them run riot?

  • 3 0
 @orientdave: If you log on to the desktop site, I think you can go to his profile and block him. I don’t know if that means you won’t see comments anymore, if he just can’t contact you via your inbox. I’ve never blocked anyone, so I don’t know.
  • 2 0
 @TheR: Thanks. I've never done it either, I may try it. Thanks.
  • 2 0
 @orientdave: It doesn't block comments, I tested it by blocking you and seeing if your comments went away. No offense lol. idk if it works with new comments though, reply to this to test it.
  • 2 0
Can you see this if I tag you?
  • 2 0
 @orientdave: it is worth blocking him. Doublecrowntroll is known to direct message people in order to continue harassing them if they don’t engage in his juvenile hate spewing (some sort of bizarre need for attention that he doesn’t get elsewhere in life). He tried it with me when I ignored him. Pretty pitiful.
  • 2 0
 @TypicalCanadian: He tried to get up my skirt, too. He's a classic bully. Stand up to him and he won't bother you.
  • 3 1
 @orientdave: oh god that was bad, kinda wanna buy a jeffsy now and post it on his page
  • 2 10
flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 3, 2021 at 19:48) (Below Threshold)
 @Rogueuniform77: Classic #YTrash response.

Classic desperate responses except to try to address the truth exposed on my blog. Macho internet guys who love skulls, goats, E13, bad customer service, and broken chainstays.

Block him, the ultimate solution!
  • 4 1
 Why don’t you just leave us all alone and go straight to YT?

They have far more to gain/lose than anyone here.

Contact them.
Ask them for a response and post it here.
  • 2 0
 @orientdave: yes I can
  • 2 0

Thanks for the tip! Cheers.
  • 7 1
The truth on your blog? Lol
You sound like Qanon, flat earth tinfoil lunatic.
The funniest thing is how you talk about hypocrisy.
Like bruhhhhh, take a deep look into the mirror.
  • 2 9
flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 4, 2021 at 8:57) (Below Threshold)
 @OneTrustMan: Name one part of my blog that's not true. You're obviously struggling with reality and are just making weak deflections.
  • 4 2
 @DoubleCrownAddict: you lost all credibility after you accused Vali Höll of riding a Nazi themed bike at world champs. You also thought the Austrian coat of arms was a nazi symbol. You also think owls and antlers are nazi symbols.

People don’t need to waste their time reading your delusional blogs. Most people don’t have the amount of spare time that you do.
  • 5 1
 @TypicalCanadian: "everything I don't like is a nazi" sadly it's not just DCA.
  • 8 1
 @DoubleCrownAddict: um…every damn part of your blog is not true. We have refuted fact after fact time and time again and the best you come up with is that line of bullsh*t. You’re the one making weak deflections and you’re too much of a thick-headed ignoramus to see how much you’re not liked on this form.

I’m not sure why you think this amusing, but it’s not and it’s incredibly annoying. Waki is a troll, yes. But he’s a FUN troll and we like him because he adds value and quirkiness to the site and forums. You’re just a bully and many other words I can’t use here. So I’ll speak it to you slow because apparently you’re not getting it. S H U T U P A N D G O A W A Y
  • 7 1
No, you're obviously struggling with reality and you're 100 times more toxic and offensive than Waki ever was.
I would replace you for Waki any time and I don't even like him.
  • 6 1
 @OneTrustMan: I miss waki. At least he was funny half the time.
  • 3 1

I have a suggestion.
1) get a response from YT,
2) add that response to your blog
3) Whenever you assert connections between YT, mysogynism, facism and Nazi symbolism that you add their response to your post.

Failure to follow these rules will result in (insert as moderators see fit)
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flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 5, 2021 at 0:11) (Below Threshold)
 @jlevandoski: Pick out one sentence, any sentence, from my blog and actually explain why it's not true. Then you'll have an ounce of credibility. Until then you are simply a desperate troll, just like all the others.
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flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 5, 2021 at 0:14) (Below Threshold)
 @orientdave: Why don't you email them for a nonexistent response, world's most pathetic and ineffective tattletale?
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 @ DKA

I was making a suggestion to allow you to be able to give your opinion and for those you accuse to respond.

You chose to again throw around insults, rather than suggest any kind of compromise.

I suspect you are a coward.
I suspect you are scared of directly contacting YT for fear of what they would say.
I give not one shit about YT as I said, I am more concerned with removing the cancer that is you from this site now.

As I have said and you have failed to comprehend, it is your attitude to anyone who dares to do anything other than go along with you 100% that is a scourge on this community that riles me and others.

I do not easily throw abuse directly at people, but I will at you. You truly deserve it.

The way you interact in this forum is pathetic.
You, are pathetic for being little more than a cyber bully.

PB are verging on pathetic for allowing you to continue to interact as you do after warmings and suspensions.

Whether or not you have a point about YT is irrelevant to the above.

I wish never to have to interact with you again, and I reserve the right to take any action that would allow me to do so, starting with pressurizing PB directly to remove you.

I will let you and everyone know their response.

While I am doing that, why don’t you do something positive to further your cause and go on and contact YT.

Bet you don’t though, In fact I will take a leaf out of your book of intellectual fallacies and say, go on, prove me wrong.
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flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 5, 2021 at 6:03) (Below Threshold)
 @orientdave: Lol, you have an awkward way with words. How do you plan on "pressurizing" Pinkbike? With a bicycle pump or air compressor?
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 @orientdave: be nice if the mods would just ip ban him so hes gone for good
  • 8 0
 @orientdave: hey man I totally agree that DCA says the dumbest shit imaginable, I'm convinced he's trolling tbh. Banning him isn't the answer though, it doesn't work. Free vpns are plentiful. The real answer is just ignore him. What you're doing is exactly what he wants. Long drawn out responses are what gets him off. Only real answer is ignoring him, don't acknowledge a single thing he says. If that were to happen all the fun is gone. A strange part of me actually enjoys reading his ridiculous rants on yt and derailleurs lol but I understand why it really bothers some people. From this point forward, ignore everything he says. Banning isn't the answer, unless he truly is harassing people over private messages but I haven't seen any evidence of that. Don't feed the trolls.
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flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 6, 2021 at 15:31) (Below Threshold)
 @Rogueuniform77: There is nothing in my YT blog that you can disprove. Feeling frustrated?
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 @DylanH93: Cheers Dylan.
You are so right; I know you are.
I wish there was some way of insulating the internet from trolling and loudmouths but as you say... there isn't really is there. I wish DKA would deal with YT instead of us all here, but hey, that's pie-in-the-sky thinking when it comes to a troll I suppose.

Anyways, thanks again for trying to help me out. Enjoy your day.
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flag DoubleCrownAddict (Jun 7, 2021 at 22:08) (Below Threshold)
 @orientdave: I am dealing with YT. You're the troll and can't find one sentence in my YTrash blog that isn't true.
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 @DoubleCrownAddict: @orientdave:
This needs to stop. My notification feed keeps blowing up because of this childish banter. I've said it before, and I will say it again. Keep the conversations constructive. If you can't, stay off the forums. Agree to disagree and move on. Thank you.
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 @DoubleCrownAddict: Once again, you and your sad existence needs to get off the internet. You’re a sorry excuse of a person with nothing else to do, the amount of people who want you off of this website is absurd. For your sake and everyone else’s, move on.
It would be great if Pinkbike could take action and delete this persons account, a ‘42 year old’ acting like a complete and utter child.
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 @jomacba: As a heads up, you can stop the notifications from any thread. Not trying to be a smart ass — just trying to help. I’m with you 100 percent and think it’s time for me to block this one.
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 @TheR: I was not aware of that. Thanks for the advice. It's rather unfortunate though. I do enjoy reading people's perspectives, and for the most part the general comedic undertones to most people's comments. We're all entitled to out opinions, however; It seems too many people are "triggered" and somehow turn a simple disagreement into a personal attack. I disagree with DCA, however he is entitled to his own opinion. Where I get frustrated on that front is he was banned for promoting his blog (not because of the back and forth bs on this forum, as there woukd be alot more people banned). When he decides to nonchalantly bring it up in an attempt to bait people into reading it. That's the same as adding a hyperlink. If people are honestly interested in his potential findings, Google does a great job of that. On the other hand, continuing to throw insults and calling him out is really no better than what he is doing either. This is truly a no win situation until people stop pouring gas on the fire. This happens way too often... It's getting old now.
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 @jomacba: His 'Blog' is hosted by Pinkbike - his suspension was not for over-promoting it - more clicks help PB charge more money to advertisers, so PB doesn't care about that. He was suspended for name-calling, bullying, and other forms of Direct-Messaging aggression, despite what the suspension was entitled.
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 @suspended-flesh: Ahh, well that's not what he told me. Thanks for clarifying.
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Here is the wording that was applied to his most recent suspension:

This account has been suspended. (28 hours remaining) Reason:Trolling, comment spam. Lay off on the conspiracy theories and posting unrelated comments in dozens of articles.
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 @suspended-flesh: Okay so it was half true "conspiracy theories and posting unrelated comments"
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 @jomacba: Yes, you are correct. My memory was a bit fuzzy. He has woven himself quite a web.
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 @suspended-flesh: All good. Its mostly irrelevant. My point is we all need to be adults here, and truly disect the real info that matters, stop getting offended everytime the wind blows, and stay constructive. Agree or don't life goes on. Stop wasting effort on things that really don't matter.... like other people's opinions.
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 @jomacba: Sounds good on paper. When a DBag like DCA attacks me - I fight back. He's found new people to harass.
  • 1 1
 @suspended-flesh: Then I suggest keep it to the DM's, and seek assistance from PB moderators.
  • 1 0
 @jomacba: I'd rather fight than snitch.
  • 2 1
 @suspended-flesh: Okay, then keep it to the DMs.
  • 1 0
 @jomacba: Leave me alone.
  • 14 3
 The tube vs tubeless for 2021 doesn't make any sense. As for the previous years, I'm blown away at how many people are stull on tubes.
  • 11 2
 Stood out to me too. What kind of PSI would you have to run for WBP on tubes? 50? The performance gap would cost thousands to close with suspension.
  • 8 1
 PB seems to always suggest there are only a couple of people still running tubes, pretty crazy to see it's such a high amount. I still rock the tubes
  • 7 2
 @Blackhat: I actually prefer running tubes. Saves a lot of hassle for me even with the occasional pinch flat. 35 psi front and rear.
  • 8 1
 I bet a couple of those are either still riding the tube from their last trailside fix, or extending the life of a damaged tire.
  • 2 0
 I run high pressure in my tyres so some of my bikes still run tubes. I haven’t had a flat on either setup in a really long time.
  • 2 1
 Still on tubes here. Went to Tubeless but saw no benefits and it's just extra hassle, so went back to tubes. I run the same rim (EX471), tyre (Magic Mary) combo on all my bikes and have very few issues. I run around 27R/24F psi on both my DH and trail/enduro bikes, HT a little harder.
  • 6 0
 @Blackhat: 30 PSI in my Minions...I don't care about your opinions!
  • 2 1
 @jlevandoski: to send it in a bike park? That’s crazy. Don’t see how it can survive unless you’re like 90 lbs.
  • 2 0
 me. im running tubes. i have a 500 dollar hardtail
  • 1 1
 @mior: you madman! Giv'er bud
  • 1 1
 Maybe a lot of people on tubes were rentals?
  • 2 0
 @Blackhat: from IFHT's "I'm Faster Than You" video
  • 1 1
 @mior: not at whistler though
  • 2 0
 @jlevandoski: yeah and because i live in socal and im 13, im running like 15-17 psi in the front
  • 1 0
 @jlevandoski: might eventually go tubeless but i want to know if all i need is some tape or a whole new wheelset
  • 2 0
 @imnotdanny: bit too far for whistler might be able to clear crank it up though
  • 1 0
 @mior: I think it's just tape, I did the research a while back because I was thinking about doing it on my bike, I never ended up going through though. Tires are the most expensive part.
  • 1 0
 @mior: depends on your wheels
  • 1 0
 @Rogueuniform77: cheap stock narrow rims that arent marked as tubeless ready
  • 1 0
 @mior: go to the manufacturer website and find out if they are indeed tubeless all you'll need is tape sealant and valve cores
  • 1 0
 @Rogueuniform77: they arent branded only with "relic", which is the name of the bike
  • 2 0
 @mior: to get a decent idea without removing your tire, you could deflate the tube and check if the tire stays firmly seated. If the rim isn't designed for tubeless it will be pretty easy to unseat the bead. If the rim is tubeless style, you'll find it takes some intentionality to pop the beads down into the rim's center channel.
  • 17 6
 SRAM brakes really?
Drivetrain makes sense, but the margin over Shimano is staggering.
  • 30 0
 SRAM brakes are the most spec'd OEM and most people don't care enough to switch.
  • 29 3
 @f*ckingsteve: codes work pretty great
  • 22 2
 it's almost like they're much better than the circlejerk suggests.
  • 22 2
 @f*ckingsteve: Not to mention they bite in exactly the same spot time and time again. I'm not sure where the Sram brake hate is coming from lately. Codes have been pretty bomb-proof for years now. Certainly more reliable than most Shimano brakes (Saints and Zees still seem to be pretty solid too).
  • 4 0
 Codes are Mike and Mike approved for Whistmas, you’re not stopping with anything less
  • 7 3
 My guide RSC’s have been absolutely bomb proof. Five years old have been bled only twice and haven’t been bled in over two years still run faultlessly at least three times a week. I also run XT brakes and they’ve been nothing but a nightmare even pinkbike are calling shimano out on their brakes now and your wondering why nobody uses them anymore?
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 @leon-forfar: I have codes on two bikes. Big fan, but once upgraded with the MTX brake pads they are extra amazing.
  • 3 1
 @leon-forfar: nobel prize for attempted use of logic in the face of implacable emotion.
  • 6 1
 The real question is how in the world are Shimanos still top 3??? In a world that everyone good demo Hopes, Dominions, and curas, Shimano would be lucky to be top 5 in count. Brakes are just way too good across the board now to be riding brakes that have zero consistency.

Hopes > Dominions > Curas> Mags> Trp > others.
  • 8 2
 Codes are flat out amazing, shimanos are good but they’re not codes. Sram has a lot to iron out in the drivetrain department but their (code) brakes are flawless
  • 5 1
 @fewnofrwgijn: so are Guides/G2.

The hate they get is total bs built on the old Avid days. They're absolutely reliable and powerful, just don't last as long on an extended downhill run, which they're not designed for.
  • 8 0
 Sram gets a bad rap from their older brakes. New sram brakes are better than shimanos. It's nice not wondering when your brakes are going to engage every time you pull the lever
  • 5 0
 It shows you that you shouldn't trust the circlejerk about a brand. When someone tells you "X is bad" ask them why, 9 times out of 10 they won't answer or will say something like "10 years ago a friends brother had some problem".
  • 1 0
 garbage oem tektro hdm 275's ftw!!
  • 11 0
 I think there's a mistake with the tube/ tubeless numbers.
Tubeless 54.74% + Tubes 16.84% + Half & half 11.58% = 83.16
  • 8 1
 You are correct - I've edited. 33.68% tubes!
  • 5 0
 @sarahmoore: what the heck is the difference between a Float X2 and a Fox Float X2 under 2021?
  • 2 2
 @sarahmoore: who and why are there so many people running tunes? St whistler of all places!
  • 1 1
 CMIIW, so half & half is like using tubes on tubeless prepped rims? Taped and with sealant, except with ordinary tubes installed instead of tubeless valves and no tubes? I used to run these kind of setups before using inserts. Running sealant either outside or inside the tubes if they had removable cores. Sometimes adding dried sealant or rubber cement on the base of the valves to emulate tubeless valve flanged rubber base. Called these kind of setups as tubed-less. Wink

No data on inserts for this year's survey?
  • 3 0
 @Ktron: tubes are freeride af
  • 11 0
 Wow this “10.53%” company must make good helmets if 100% of people are using them
  • 11 2
 @sarahmoore Hold on, hold're telling me there are other tires besides the minion and assegai? I call BS on this entire piece of 'journalism'!
  • 9 0
 Derailleurs Opening Day 2021:
Singlespeed 5.26% - we are taking over the world!!
  • 3 0
 You only need one gear to send it!
  • 4 0
 Legend has it that some riders don’t even need a chain!
  • 5 0
 There are dozens of us! Dozens!
  • 1 0
 but but, I use an old Deore derailer as tensioner for my singlespeed?!
  • 7 0
 I can't be the only one who dreams of riding opening day just to get my oddball bike setup on this list messing with the percentages.
  • 3 0
 I saw a guy last summer with one of the old GT (I think) 26" front, 24" fat-tire rear downhill bikes which I recall we around in the 90's. That would probably completely break PB's iPad based survey software.
  • 8 0
 So, how many went to Avalanche for emergency pizza and chocolate cake?
  • 15 0
 They had sold more pizza by 1:30 than they had on any day in the last 3 months. They were urgently making more dough.
  • 6 0
 Misty Mountain FTW!!!
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 @ridingloam: I see what you did there
  • 6 0
 Seems like a sample size of 95 bikes for 2021? Good stat to know when comparing from year to year. How many total riders on opening day?
  • 8 0
 Nobody lets their Ibis do the job?
  • 5 0
 whistler is not ibis people
  • 4 0
 What!!! 29er was not what everyone was riding? But the media told me my 27.5” was dead and useless and everyone would laugh at me if I rode it outside. This is all a little awkward now. Maybe people do just ride whatever they like after all.
  • 6 0
 Wow almost 25% of female riders that's great ! It's awesome to see more and more women entering the sport every year !
  • 1 0
 Interesting how 2020 saw a spike in female riders. With the pandemic you'd have thought it would almost be opposite, more risk taking younger men. Very cool indeed!
  • 5 0
 27.5 Giant reign with a boxxer and super deluxe seems like an odd setup but who am I to argue with data
  • 4 0
 25% of teams left in the NHL playoffs are Canadian.
0% of these Canadian Teams are from Toronto
100% of Toronto fans are upset
  • 2 0
 So the takeaway from this is if you want to ride a Bike Park and blend in...

-Odds are good you are a Man/Boy
-Ride 27.5 tires/wheels in a tubeless arrangement
-Ride Flats
-You are likely to be riding a rig from Giant, Norco, Commencal, YT, Trek, or Specialized
-Equip SRAM Code or Guide Brakes
-Sport a Rockshox Boxxer Fork
-Sport a Rockshox Super Deluxe Shock
-Equip SRAM GX Drivetrain
-Equip DT Swiss Wheels
-Equip Maxxis Assegai or Minion tires
-Rock a TLD or Fox helmet
-Wear Padding from Fox, POC, or RaceFace
-Leave the neck brace at home

Most excellent market research. Thank you Pinkbike! I was really shocked that Fox 40 wasn't the prevalent offering, but maybe its the home country spirit shining through. US Bike Parks may be more heavy on the Fox kit.
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 Oem offering and aftermarket pricing are a big reason for the rockshock dominance. Also most people I know (myself included) are tired of fox's awful customer service. They are a horrible company to deal with. It's why the smaller companies have gained a lil ground (DVO primarily) IMO.
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 @Colson217: I guess I've never had to engage with Fox customer service so I don't have an opinion on that matter. It sure seems like Rockshox is usually competively priced with Fox and is equally used in OEM. There must be more to it than OEM offering and aftermarket pricing as I'd say Fox and Rockshox are neck in neck in that respect.
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 @Colson217: you can sometimes find a boxxer for lik 1000 OEM but fox forks are super expensive
  • 1 0
 @mior: Can't say that I've ever seen a double crown fork go for less than $1300 unless it was really beaten up, but I also can't say that I've shopped them very often. But you are right, the Fox 40's do have a notable tendency to carry their value and are super expensive from the factory.
  • 4 0
 I think the fox 40 and rockshox yari are mixed up in order under the 2021 category
  • 3 0
 At least the numbers were right Wink I've put them in correct order now. Thanks!
  • 2 0
 Someone needs to graph these to see the trends better...
Presume GX also include GX DH...
Should've kept the tyres split front & rear

All-in-All a good distraction from the monotony of working behind the desk Wink
  • 5 0
 I salute the one person riding a SiD
  • 1 0
 Probably the dude(tte) on the Spur.
  • 6 0
 haha that was me.. still waiting on a some parts for my Patrol build, the SID is actually did great but I stayed on A-line and flow trails.
  • 5 0
 That poor soul rocking Avid Elixirs
  • 5 2
  • 3 0
 I can’t help but think that this data would have been better presented in tables or graphs.
Also 27.5” is still king in my world.
  • 8 3
 27.5 iS sOoOoO dEaD.
  • 2 0
 @sarahmoore It would be interesting to group the frame and fork into types, ie frames: DH/Enduro/Trail, and forks: Dual/Single Crown.
  • 3 1
 I imagine the higher proportion of flats is due to the unusually high proportion of new riders this year, who are less likely to use clips.
  • 1 1
 26" is the Uncle who comes third in a DH race, but is so stoked with third place he acts like he won the race, sculls back his congratulatory bottle of beer, makes out with the two prizegiving girls while going "f*ck Yeah!!!"

Meanwhile first and second place are both dumbfounded at his enthusiasm.
  • 1 0
 Based on all those numbers, i'm going to spend the day building up the bikes to see how close i get to which parts are on which bikes. Doesn't seem like a waste of time. Hope i get a prize for each correct spec.
  • 1 0
 My takeaway on this is that most people just bought a bike off the shelf, they probably just bought what was available, and they've spent very little time or money customizing it beyond pedals and grips.
  • 1 1
 What's the difference between an XO and XO1 rear derailleur in this survey? Don't say 1.

Isn't every thing 7, 11, and 12spd X01 (plus XO1 DH 10spd)? Are there that many people using 9 and 10spd XO?
  • 1 1
 xo1 is the 11 speed group. Remember that 11 speed was where they went full bore 1x, so the 1 refers to the chainring. 12 speed is called eagle. Before that I don’t think they had speed designations in the model name.
  • 1 1
 @Blackhat: XO1 is everything that's 1x, including XO1 Eagle (12 spd) and XO1 DH (7 and 10spd). So was the second most popular derailleur at Whistler on opening day really 10+ year old second-gen XO (10spd) or OG XO (9spd)?
  • 2 0
 @NoahColorado: Ahh, you're right. Guess my brain just sorted the naming into some sort of useful info. Sorry to post "facts" without checking.
  • 2 0
 No Monster T’s this year. I was of the perception that they’d go great with a mullet?!
  • 1 0
 This is first year the most common bike isn’t a downhill bike. If someone adds it up, is it also the first years there is more people on trail bikes than downhill bikes?
  • 3 0
 So did I miss the full face vs xc helmet section?
  • 1 1
 its all full face
  • 1 0
 I wonder how many of the DHR tires are ACTUAL DHR:s and not DHR II:s? Original DHR:s are so rare these days people tend to forget the "II" part so I guess veeeery few.
  • 1 0
 I thought it was interesting how 2020 seemed to have many statistical anomalies compared to other years. Very interesting survey.
  • 1 0
 Just a side note: how hard is it to get some properly formatted tables? Lots of cool data here.. but is honestly quite difficult to read.
  • 2 0
 I love how many stats were gathered in a short period of time.
  • 5 2
 1st lap: captain safety
  • 14 9
 Would be cool to see a survey on what trail everybody rode first to warm up.
  • 10 1
 @DoubleCrownAddict: That's a great idea!
  • 18 2
 @DoubleCrownAddict: aww look at you posting something postitive
  • 5 0
 @dexterfawkes: are we not gonna talk about the dude whose flag is f**king Antarctica?
  • 2 2
 @jlevandoski: you new here?
  • 2 0
 @Blackhat: been here since 2012 and I've NEVER seen someone with that flag - not knocking it, I'm impressed!
  • 1 0
 @jlevandoski: alright, fair enough. I’ve been here a much shorter time and seen them on several accounts. It’s probably one of those things that once you’re aware of it you start noticing.
  • 2 0
 Happy to see the reign doing well, that bike really rocks
  • 4 1
 16.84% with tubes?? Wow
  • 9 0
 Ah, actually 33.68% with tubes. Edited now.
  • 1 1
 @sarahmoore: Even bigger 'wow'
  • 3 0
 Why so surprized? Tubes are your only hope to get home not tubeless ofc in case of a unrepairable flat.
  • 1 0
 @pballbiker:I do carry one on long trail rides for a spare. However, never on DH/Park runs and if I have to use one, it's pulled out and repaired back to tubeless soon as possible.
  • 2 0
 Just waiting for the 26 to come back in style.
  • 3 1
 Nice to see Norco at the top!
  • 3 1
 indeed, and on that note I wish to promote the notion that the plural of Aurums is Aura
  • 2 0
 Not a very Intense showing this year, eh?
  • 2 0
 I wanna have the Grim Donut
  • 1 0
 Frames and rims still say 2020 not 2021. Great article. Fun to see what is out on the trails. Thanks PB
  • 2 0
 What was the sample size? Interesting numbers. A lot unexpected.
  • 3 1
 I did the maths... 95 people
  • 3 1
 damn, flats are killing it this year bro
  • 2 0
 That guy on a Lefty never came back.
  • 2 2
 where is the stat showing how many people standing in line have been vaccinated? - thats the only one that really counts this year -
  • 1 0
 «GT Fury Commencal Supreme 4.21%»
What kind of Frankenstein-Frame is that?
Beauty and the Beast?
  • 3 0
 Only 3.16% on a session?
  • 1 0
 No Kenda Pinners or Hellkats? Surprised as they are really good tires in both performance and durability.
  • 2 0
 ... and Levy showed up with his SID and lycra.
  • 1 0
 Probably already mentioned, but does anyone else want the attendance numbers?
  • 1 0
 Looks like next year I have to show up with my Mondraker Summum, Öhlins DH38 / TTX22M and Magura MT7.
  • 1 0
 My dreams r crushed I thought PB staff just rode bikes all day
  • 1 0
 Ugh these stats are wonderful
  • 2 2
 Over 30% on tubes. Aaaaaaand that's why I give no f**ks about trailside bike surveys.
  • 2 1
 To the believers that 29 and clips are king.. LOL
  • 1 0
 Where have all the Demos gone?
  • 1 0
 I guess that guy with a Scott Spark at WBP decided not to come back...
  • 1 0
 No german manufactors in the frame category .... wow
  • 1 0
 Maybe next year with a Reichmann Engineering RIP 4.
  • 1 0
 Very interesting! Always look forward to this one
  • 1 2
 Turns out I only imagined my kid and I were there's. Stats don't lie.
  • 1 3
 Tubes?? Can't be me
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