Added 9 photos to Faith
Aug 7, 2014 at 15:20Aug 7, 2014
scottmtb88 Justhaus's video
Nov 20, 2013 at 22:38Nov 20, 2013
scottmtb88 karl-burkat's article
Aug 6, 2013 at 22:25Aug 6, 2013
Video: Matt Hunter in Afghanistan - Dream Capture Ep. II
Except he is Canadian so if he did find Osama it would probably go more like this - Matt: "Excuse me Mr. Bin Laden, could you please come with us?" Osama: "No." Matt: "Well have a nice day then." ...And Zero Dark Thirty would be 3 hours and 30 mins shorter which would be great for everyone.
scottmtb88 hopetech's video
May 22, 2013 at 12:35May 22, 2013
scottmtb88 RichardCunningham's article
Sep 19, 2012 at 13:02Sep 19, 2012
Yeti's Chris Conroy Talks About SB 66 Switch Suspension
I've have had my SB66 for almost 6 months now averaging 2 rides per week and absolutely love it. I'm running 36 up front, but have an angleset to bring the HA back to 67. I have to agree with Stooky about the paint though. The cable rub is awful and I even managed to rub some paint off of the top tube just by slinging it over my shoulder to walk through a washed out section of trail. I have not experienced any problems with the bearings, or switch components; they are buttery smooth everytime. I have also never noticed anyhing when the switch changes direction, but I may now that I'll be looking for it. I pull everything apart and grease it maybe once a month. The bike climbs great, but I have been riding strictly DH for the 5 years prior so I guess it's all relative. That said, I have noticed very little pedal bob (even when out of the saddle) and generally run the rear compression completely open, with the exception of flat, dusty trails in Central, OR. I also run slightly less sag because I like to sit a little higher in the travel and running the rear wide open helps compensate when it comes to traction. I have only bottomed this bike out on 4-5' drops to near flat. I did see another poster that was dissapointed in the suspension response of fast chatter and I have noticed this as well on some occassions, however, the bike performs great on successive medium to large hits and the long wheelbase keeps stability in the fast rough stuff. I prefer to skip over the chatter than attempt to soak it up so this bike works great for my style and feels glued to the ground in every corner. When it comes down to it the same old rule applies -try it before you buy it. I've got a medium if anyone in Portland wants to go out for a ride and swap bikes part way.
Added 8 photos to Syncline
Jul 31, 2012 at 18:42Jul 31, 2012
scottmtb88 nouser's article
Feb 2, 2012 at 18:26Feb 2, 2012
Reality Redesigned Episode 6: Cane Creek
Did anyone else find it funny that when repeatedely describing that you had to be able to sell something in order to justify making it they said it in such a way that suggested they were making a new revelation?
scottmtb88 BigTimber's article
Aug 9, 2011 at 20:17Aug 9, 2011
Gondolas For the People
"IF MOHAMMED WON"T COME TO THE MOUNTAIN THEN THE MOUNTAIN NEEDS TO MAKE MOHAMMED SOME MONEY AND HE WILL DO WHATEVER YOU WANT," as to say figure out how to make it profitable and it will happen, wether you live in a Capitalist, Socialist, or any other type of economy it will happen.
scottmtb88 highstreet's video
Jun 29, 2011 at 20:10Jun 29, 2011
scottmtb88 dunford's video
May 30, 2011 at 20:19May 30, 2011