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Aug 25, 2017 at 11:00
Aug 25, 2017
th0m Sacki's article
Aug 1, 2017 at 23:55
Aug 1, 2017
BikeYoke Revive 185 - Need a Little More Drop?
@zede: Not bike park. It may be a bit of a Swiss specialty, but you could do the same in Austria: Ride around the mountains with your Enduro bike taking trains, little gondolas, buses, funicular railways etc. but also pedaling up a couple of hundred meters. Most of these transports require you to hang up the bike and the post always draws air. And then the Bikeyoke post really gets on your nerves especially if you have friends with Rockshox Reverbs who don't always have to fumble with their damn seatposts. However, the new version described in this article describes has an additional "membrane" that tries to tackle this problem.
th0m Sacki's article
Aug 1, 2017 at 4:07
Aug 1, 2017
BikeYoke Revive 185 - Need a Little More Drop?
@BaeckerX1: The problem is that (at least with the previous version of the post, and depending on how often you have to put your bike upside-down for whatever reason) you would have to do this 2 - 10 times a day. Not too much of an issue, but then some people would prefer another post that they just service once a year.
th0m Sacki's article
Jul 31, 2017 at 1:44
Jul 31, 2017
BikeYoke Revive 185 - Need a Little More Drop?
@hirvi: Thanks hirvi, that was the "trick" I was looking for, leaving the post up. I always lower it to save space and to prevent the stanchion from being scratched in public transport like your shuttle trailer example.
th0m Sacki's article
Jul 31, 2017 at 1:18
Jul 31, 2017
BikeYoke Revive 185 - Need a Little More Drop?
@Benlow: Any tricks to do accomplish this? Do you have it extended or compressed in the car? It is really getting on my nerves, and in a review I read they had the same issue.
th0m Sacki's article
Jul 31, 2017 at 1:00
Jul 31, 2017
BikeYoke Revive 185 - Need a Little More Drop?
Unfortunately, this is a giant pain in the ass. You have to use the reset lever every time the bike is upside-down or even vertical on its back wheel. Which in Switzerland means after every bus ride, gondola ride, chairlift ride, train ride, every time you roll the bike on the back wheel etc.
Sep 20, 2016 at 0:01
Sep 20, 2016
th0m ollyforster's article
Jun 8, 2016 at 1:53
Jun 8, 2016
Renthal's new 35mm Bars and Stems - Review
What is quite obvious is that neither Renthal nor Easton were comfortable with producing an 800 mm wide bar with a 31.8 mm diameter. If it takes the larger diameter to get a reasonable stiffness/weight/width/price relationship, that seems totally fine with me.
Apr 14, 2016 at 5:29
Apr 14, 2016
Feb 15, 2016 at 2:19
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