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sofakingwetarded henryquinney's article
Jan 31, 2023 at 13:32
Jan 31, 2023
First Look: The 2023 Bold Unplugged Mixes Aggression With Integration
@SpencerBaum: I wish more frame manufacturers would bring back front derailleurs. I'd like to run the Scott Quadlock system for my: -Frt shock -rear shock -frt der -dropper post
sofakingwetarded edspratt's article
Jan 27, 2023 at 8:24
Jan 27, 2023
Peter Sagan Announces Plans to Race XC at the 2024 Olympics After his Road Racing Retirement
@rocsipeti: That is correct, Sagan front flatted in his Olympic debut on a pretty tough course with lots of opportunity to flat. Sagan is a certified bad a$$. There are definitely cyclists that cross over into other cycling disciplines, but only a handful that actually compete at a high level after crossing over. Sagan is one of those(PFP and Pidcock are definitely on this list as well). I watched Sagan compete and win the 7 stage Tour of California. For a sprinter/one day specialist, this is no easy feat on a course with lots of climbing. Sagan suffered like a dog in August heat to retain the jersey and win the overall. Shows the extent to which he can suffer and display his immense talent. Always a crowd favorite and always animated, I wish him success!
sofakingwetarded mikelevy's article
Jan 26, 2023 at 16:40
Jan 26, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: Santa Cruz's Josh Kissner on Bike Development, Supply Chain Issues, & High Prices
@TwoNGlenn: I'm not proud to say this but I don't make a ton of money. I've always prioritized my time outside of work as the most important(time for myself, time for my family, time for my fun). I couldn't care less about being a cog in someone else's wheel. Perhaps I'll regret this when I retire, but I enjoy playing while I have my health. I've primarily skied (not an inexpensive sport either) and mountain biked since 1990. I don't have any issues finding quality gear for myself or my family. I did build 2 bikes over the pandemic, it was not cheap, but the amount of shit eating grins I get from this investment is absolutely priceless. Santa Cruz makes damn good bikes. I've long been a supporter of theirs. They don't owe anyone anything. The market decides if SC stays in business or not, if their prices are too high or not or if their bikes are any good or not.
sofakingwetarded mattbeer's article
Jan 25, 2023 at 12:55
Jan 25, 2023
Check Out: Heated Gloves, a Waterproof Vest, an Insulated Steel Bottle, & One-Touch Release Packs
@bdub5696: when not in use the vest tucks away into itself to form a "murse"
sofakingwetarded mikelevy's article
Jan 18, 2023 at 11:44
Jan 18, 2023
First Look: Mondraker's Downcountry Hardtails
@captaintyingknots: wait till AXS SX comes out. Talk about an underperforming mouthful!!
sofakingwetarded henryquinney's article
Dec 29, 2022 at 13:42
Dec 29, 2022
sofakingwetarded henryquinney's article
Dec 29, 2022 at 13:41
Dec 29, 2022
2022 Pinkbike Awards: Performance of the Year Winner
Wandering and inconsistent bite point
sofakingwetarded mikekazimer's article
Dec 29, 2022 at 7:24
Dec 29, 2022
2022 Pinkbike Awards: Mountain Bike of the Year Winner
I'm sure it rides great but it's still FUGLY!!
sofakingwetarded mikekazimer's article
Dec 8, 2022 at 15:42
Dec 8, 2022
sofakingwetarded mikekazimer's article
Dec 8, 2022 at 15:39
Dec 8, 2022
Field Test: 2023 Norco Fluid - The Reasonably Priced One
I ran the Praxis "wave technology" chainring on my Praxis cranks. Couldn't understand why I was dropping my chain so much given I don't have any experience with Praxis rings. Purchased the Absolute Black narrow wide ring and have not lost my chain yet. In summary, I don't have a lot of faith in the Praxis rings. The carbon cranks and bb are solid though.
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