I enjoy climbing...once I'm at the top.
szed3 danielsapp's article
Jan 20, 2021 at 13:40Jan 20, 2021
First Ride: 2021 Devinci Marshall - Aluminum, Affordable, & Made in Canada
Yeah I'd love to see this! There are a lot of smart and talented operations still making stuff in NA and it'd be cool to put a bigger spot light on them. Same goes for European. I think it's the time. Most are curious and want to make more informed choices on where our money is going so let's see it Pinkbike!
szed3 pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jan 19, 2021 at 16:29Jan 19, 2021
Video: Yoann Barelli on Switching to Guerrilla Gravity & His New Gnarvana
@Verbl-Kint: Mojo 3 was made in China (owned) and Mojo 4 is made in Vietnam (demoed)
szed3 henryquinney's article
Jan 15, 2021 at 15:45Jan 15, 2021
Pinkbike Poll: How Important Are Water Bottles?
Underrated comment. I ride in mountain lion and bear country (and I'm sure most on here do as well) usually solo especially when I travel. I ran into a black bear and heard them nearby more than a few times up in BC, ran into bobcats, coyotes, fortunately no mtn lions yet but I'll gladly carry a pack so I can quickly access my bear spray from the water bottle cage.
szed3 nsbillet's article
Jan 11, 2021 at 8:02Jan 11, 2021
Yoann Barelli Partners with Whistler Based Parts Manufacturer North Shore Billet
@slmuller: Just bought an NS hanger for a gen 2 Capra because YT has been out of stock and didn't know when they would get them. Wasn't cheap with shipping from BC but SUPER thankful they make them and shipped it out quickly. Bike should be back on trail in a week or so instead of next month.
szed3 sarahmoore's article
Jan 8, 2021 at 10:57Jan 8, 2021
Video: Yoann Barelli Signs with Guerrilla Gravity for 2021 & Sends It On The Gnarvana
@ryan189: partly correct. It is in the resin. It's a thermoplastic resin rather than the traditional thermoset resin. Thermoplastic resin (ie. soda bottles) can be reheated to reshape/reform as the polymerization is not permanent but it's not like you can just remove the resin from the impregnated carbon fibers, certainly not efficiently, so there isn't a high level of recyclability that most might be thinking but it is "recyclable" to an extent. Thermoset resins (ie. those hard plastic dinner plates that get hot AF in the microwave) have permanent polymerization, stay hard and solid when heated therefore have much lower recyclability.
szed3 nkrohan's article
Jan 5, 2021 at 22:54Jan 5, 2021
Ridden & Rated: 11 of the Best New Men's Riding Pants
@onemanarmy: I've been wearing the 686 Everywhere and Anything pants on rides since the temps started dropping. They do pretty well! I don't ever feel like I'm overheating or muggy riding in 50-70deg temps. Another pants I really like and comfortably wore in 80-85deg dry heat was the Kuhl Deceptr. The best part about all these pants were the deep and normal zippered pockets to carry keys and phone. I hate those weird reverse angled ones on MTB shorts, especially off the bike.
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Dec 19, 2020 at 23:08Dec 19, 2020
Dec 19, 2020 at 23:07Dec 19, 2020
In great condition, lots of life left on the chainwheels. Only used for a couple of months before going 12spd. This is for threaded bottom brackets and a 2x10 setup. Bottom bracket bearings are NOT included. Buyer is responsible for verifying fitment and proper installation. No returns accepted. Price includes shipping within the contiguous US (excludes AK and HI). Thanks for looking! - 175mm crank arm length - 38/24t chain wheels
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Dec 19, 2020 at 22:41Dec 19, 2020
Dec 19, 2020 at 22:41Dec 19, 2020
Only used one of the spacers. Not exactly a wear item so all spacers are like-new. For Float X and DPX2 (1/2" Shaft) rear shocks. Prefer a local sale but will ship at buyers expense. Fox P/N: 803-01-251
Back to the Trails: Gunnison, Colorado
14 Jun 2020
Video: Pinkbike Hot Lap with Sam Hill
11 Oct 2018