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rode in Powderface. view ridelog
Jun 22, 2017 at 20:23
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quotes Whereby I literally shake my bike apart and coat myself in cow poop.
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rode in Canmore. view ridelog
Jun 11, 2017 at 14:52
Jun 11, 2017
quotes Slippy like wet tires on dry limestone
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rode in Bowmont Park. view ridelog
Jun 1, 2017 at 19:32
Jun 1, 2017
quotes Who knew willows bloomed and smelled so good?
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rode in Moose Mountain. view ridelog
May 30, 2017 at 18:50
May 30, 2017
quotes Sweaty.
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rode in Canmore. view ridelog
May 29, 2017 at 21:00
May 29, 2017
quotes Slab Happy
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skylerd mikekazimer's article
May 25, 2017 at 8:15
May 25, 2017
Trek Session 29 vs 27.5 – First Ride
Also, does one ride faster when they believe they're on a faster bike? i.e. could it be placebo rather than wheelsize that makes the difference? Impossible to know without a waaaaay larger sample size in a blind test. Blind mountain bike testing...sounds exciting.
skylerd mattwragg's article
May 16, 2017 at 7:10
May 16, 2017
Inside Acros
Honest question: are there any downsides to using more than "a light smear of grease" in moving parts? At least in pedals, I like to get enough grease in there that it's basically under positive pressure. But pedals are uniquely exposed to contamination, and I have a bad habit of exploding maybe I'm doing it wrong.
skylerd AJBarlas's article
May 4, 2017 at 19:10
May 4, 2017
Does Boost Spacing Really Make a Stronger Wheel?
To everything talked about in this article: duh. That was always the real kick in the balls about Boost. The idea is solid and they've widened the rear hub as much as they could without going to a wider crank (for 2x). But, the widening of the front was arbitrary. Figure out the optimal spoke bracing angle, then figure out the width of the hub needed to make that symmetrical. It's not that hard. Now we've all got forks with a new arbitrarily wider hub. Couldn't we have just done this once and for all?
skylerd RichardCunningham's article
Apr 20, 2017 at 10:21
Apr 20, 2017
Marin Wolf Ridge: First Ride
Great to see a company thinking about biometric sizing and trying to pinpoint the actual relevant factors to sizing. Unfortunately, it looks as though they've continued to make the false assumption that one wants their knee over the pedal spindle when then crank is at 3 o'clock, when really you want to start dropping power with the knee over the spindle when the pedal is at 1:30. And, still need on a cleat position that looks too far forward to my eye.
skylerd vernonfelton's article
Nov 3, 2016 at 18:18
Nov 3, 2016
Summer is Overrated - Opinion
This article is brought to you buy the suspension and drivetrain cartels. They want you to go out riding in the wet grit, and buy more chains, cassettes and seals. It's a conspiracy! I kid. Beautiful words @vernonfelton, as usual.
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