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spunkmtb pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 11, 2018 at 11:47
Oct 11, 2018
spunkmtb pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 27, 2018 at 7:29
Sep 27, 2018
Tech Talks: In the Pits With Professional Mechanics
This is the first of there video's I have actually been able to watch in it's entirety without my ADD making me click back to the homepage. Maybe it was not having to stare at Calvin's mustache.
spunkmtb pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 26, 2018 at 9:31
Sep 26, 2018
spunkmtb trevorlyden's article
Sep 25, 2018 at 9:56
Sep 25, 2018
Recap Day 2: MegaKami & Boogaloo - Kamikaze Games 2018
@casman86: I try to stay out of this debate but sometimes ignorant close minded responses really piss me off. Be thankful you are young and have good health. Like any kid in America I stared biking at the age of three. Started MTB'ing in 1986. I'm 48 now. I have a serious nerve injury that I have had 5 surgeries for. In order to survive everyday I take more pills than my parents and grandparents combined. I still Mountain bike but it is so incredibly difficult. I actually don't look forward to riding anymore because I am aware of the physical pain that I will have to deal with afterwards. My condition is deteriorating. At some point I will give up and buy an e-bike. What stops me from doing it now is just knowing the disgust that other MTBers will think when they see me, a 48yo male who looks to be in good health cruising uphill on an ebike. Get over your young self and your high minded opinions. One day you will be possibly too old or injured to pedal uphill and an ebike ill be your salvation. Not everyone on an ebike is a young stupid clueless kid that knows nothing about biking. I apologize for my rant. Have a great day and try to keep an open mind in life. Not everything is black & white.
spunkmtb pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 19, 2018 at 10:05
Sep 19, 2018
Enter the EWS Ainsa Fantasy Contest to Win Prizes From Troy Lee Designs
Martin Maes Sam Hill Robin Wallner Ravenel Cordourier Pugin
spunkmtb FSA-MTB's article
Sep 13, 2018 at 9:12
Sep 13, 2018
FSA Releases Wider Gradient Wheels
The weights from the website for 650b & 29er 1676; 1736. Whats the point of 24 spokes if they weigh that much and are therefore more unreliable if a spoke does break out on the trail or a multi day riding trip?
spunkmtb FSA-MTB's article
Sep 13, 2018 at 9:10
Sep 13, 2018
FSA Releases Wider Gradient Wheels
I'm guessing because the weights are probably up in 1600-1700 range. But weight I didn't want to sound like an uniformed PB commenter and so I took a look. From FSA website for 27.5 & 29er: 1676; 1736. Now I have already sworn off anymore 28 hole wheels because when a spoke breaks they go out too quickly. 24 forget about it. But the only real advantage to running less spokes is less weight. But if the rim/hub weighs more than standard aluminum, whats the point?
spunkmtb Giacomo77's article
Sep 11, 2018 at 8:01
Sep 11, 2018
Video: Designing & Manufacturing a Bike Frame
Just a joke, however it looks like the new GT fury sans paint.
spunkmtb mdelorme's article
Sep 8, 2018 at 9:47
Sep 8, 2018
U23 XC Photo Epic: Going for Glory - Lenzerheide World Championships 2018
The first solo pic of Allesandra Keller (7th photo down). My first reaction was it was a photo of a 50yo overweight male. Than I read the caption. I asked my wife to look at it and she thought it was a pic of a 40yo overweight male. Couldn't PB have chosen a more complimentary photo of her. She is a beautiful young woman, but that pic...............
spunkmtb rossbellphoto's article
Sep 5, 2018 at 16:21
Sep 5, 2018
Part 2: Custom World Champs Bike Gallery - Lenzerheide DH World Champs 2018
The Cube actually reminds me of an Ellsworth from back in the day (Minus the horst link pivot on the chainstay) when it was cool to own one, before there was pro-pedal/platform shock damping.
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