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scbullit36 mikekazimer's article
Nov 7, 2017 at 7:11
Nov 7, 2017
Ridden and Rated: 7 Long-Travel 29ers
No pun intended but...That Pole, to me, looks WAY to long.
scbullit36 wilderness-trail-bikes's article
Nov 3, 2017 at 5:38
Nov 3, 2017
Win a WTB Shred Pack
I still use a flip phone...
scbullit36 dbaker's article
Oct 26, 2017 at 5:52
Oct 26, 2017
What Are Riders Wearing to Stay Safe? - Red Bull Rampage 2017
Remember when Cedric wore a Capitan America Costume? Epic...
scbullit36 mikelevy's article
Sep 19, 2017 at 12:58
Sep 19, 2017
MRP's Boost Solution and New Ramp Control Cartridge - Interbike 2017
"but there's essentially zero perceptible difference in rigidity between a non-Boost and a Boost fork"...Blasphemy Mike! You'd better fall in line otherwise mfgrs may stop sending you stuff to test! Haha!
scbullit36 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 14, 2017 at 6:50
Sep 14, 2017
Yamaha to Launch Their Own eMTB Lineup
@trail1rider: If this is true, I suspect Yamaha's intent with this is to push the power envelope of the E-Bike. Because...the faster you can pre-ride a course the better prepared you will be come race time. Not only that but...this is the mindset of moto manufacturers. As their bikes evolve they get faster. If Yamaha pushes the power envelope on these bikes...soon bicycle manufacturers are going to be forced to answer back. Next thing you know, E-Bikes are going to be nothing more than E-dirtbikes with pedals...and that is going to cause a major problem with trail access...especially as inexperienced cyclists start to hurt themselves or other trail users. Standards need to be defined and lines need to be drawn otherwise it is going to ruin it for the masses. Pinkbike had this article on their site months ago...With Yamaha, a motor sports company, entering the game...sounds like this is how E-Bikes could be evolving...which isn't good...but that is only my opinion.
scbullit36 RichardCunningham's article
Sep 7, 2017 at 6:58
Sep 7, 2017
Wolf Tooth ReMote Sustain Cable Conversion for RockShox Reverb Droppers - Review
Yep...totally agree. Ran a Reverb for 2 years with no issues...and I never once serviced it. The remote started leaking on year 3, bought a new remote, bled it, worked flawlessly once again. I've tried other cable actuated posts and have had nothing but problems. And from my experience, cable replacement and setting the correct tension is much more of a pain than bleeding the Reverb remote.
scbullit36 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 31, 2017 at 10:00
Jul 31, 2017
Onza's Gwin-Designed Aquila DH Tire Released for Sale
@AaronGwin1: Sick! Thanks Aaron! Maybe I'll give these tires a shot. They look good. My go to at the moment is the DHR out back and the DHF up front. I've tried a bunch of different setups but keep coming back to the Minions. Maybe I'll pick up a fresh set of these Aquila's for next season. Great job at Nationals! Your time was next level. Down that those conditions...breaking the 4 minute mark is crazy, scary, fast. I crashed 3X on that course when I raced Saturday. The mud in the middle did me in.
scbullit36 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 31, 2017 at 7:44
Jul 31, 2017
Onza's Gwin-Designed Aquila DH Tire Released for Sale
@AaronGwin1: Question...did you use these tires at the Snowshoe National Champs? Course conditions were next level on the bottom half of the course. If these tires worked well in that? I'd consider em.
scbullit36 vernonfelton's article
Jul 28, 2017 at 13:08
Jul 28, 2017
Too Long? Too Slack? Not Enough? – Pinkbike Poll
I am with Thom. I had a Kona Process 153 DL that I rode for 2 years. It was awesome when the trails were fast and rough but trying to use it in tighter stuff was a challenge. Not impossible but it took a lot more effort and seemed clunky and slow. Went back to a bike that had a more reasonable ETT and wheelbase. The Kona wasn't a bad bike...just not suited for all types of riding. Which is why I answered...just depends on where and how you ride.
scbullit36 gojammedia's article
Jul 11, 2017 at 7:27
Jul 11, 2017
A Guide to the US MTB Nationals - July 17-23
Does this mean the entire CAT 1 class is on the Pro Course? I've heard definitely no when I was there 2 weeks ago but based on this schedule it looks like yes? The 2 new sections on the Pro Course before lower HB are nuts. Challenging in the dry...they'll be terrifying in the wet. The video definitely doesn't do them justice. Lots to learn with only 2 hrs of practice per day. In reality, that is about 5 runs...maybe...
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