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thenotoriousmic seb-stott's article
May 23, 2024 at 9:54
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thenotoriousmic seb-stott's article
May 23, 2024 at 9:53
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Patent Reveals How E*thirteen's Anti-Pedal Kickback Sidekick Hub Works
@G-Sport: Just make G Sport Elite wheels in 27.5 / 29. You’ll never break a wheel again… Job done.
thenotoriousmic edspratt's article
May 20, 2024 at 10:18
May 20, 2024
Kona Founders Buy Brand Back from Kent Outdoors
Kona absolutely dominated the new world disorder era and stuck to their guns of making fun to ride bikes in the enduro era when everyone was trying to be Richie Rude at the local enduro event and struggled as result. Now that racing has died a death and everyone’s gone back to just riding for fun it’s good we’ve still got companies like Kona or Airdrop in the UK concentrating on making bikes that are just fun to ride for the 99.9% of us who don’t race.
thenotoriousmic dariodigiulio's article
May 17, 2024 at 4:54
May 17, 2024
Video: All the New Tech at the Bielsko-Biała DH World Cup 2024
I was thinking they used magnets instead of springs in the pawls but that makes perfect sense actually. My god I nearly considered E13 for a minute then.
thenotoriousmic pinkbikeoriginals's article
May 17, 2024 at 4:36
May 17, 2024
Video: Is Enduro "Too Hard" For The Wrong Reasons? | Pinkbike Weekly Show Ep. 25
In the early days people used to race in backpacks full of spares.
thenotoriousmic mikekazimer's article
May 16, 2024 at 2:33
May 16, 2024
Review: Commencal's Meta Power SX Signature Packs a Punch for the Price
@RadBartTaylor: any bike will spin the back wheel when there’s not enough traction. You could cause just as much erosion on a regular mountain bike with the same tyres if you’re fit enough just nobody is. That’s what’s kept the trails in working condition for decades if something was steep and loose or flat and boggy you wouldn’t be fit enough to ride it over and over but with a motor anyone can and they do which is why all the hiking trails are all rutted and trenched out and it’s obviously been done by mountain bike tyres. Ironically most mountain bike trails aren’t really affected by e-bikes. Luckily all the trails at my local are too steep for e-bikes to go up so they’ve built themselves a little pedal up track around the back and it’s a right state. It’s the only trail in the area with any real erosion and it’s just from e-bikes shuttling their way up when the grounds wet. All the trails that go downhill are in mint condition.
thenotoriousmic mikekazimer's article
May 15, 2024 at 0:09
May 15, 2024
Review: Commencal's Meta Power SX Signature Packs a Punch for the Price
@Dustfarter: mate if you think it’s a non issue you really need to come see the state of some of the hiking trails e-bikes have damaged. They don’t really make much difference riding down actual mountain bike trails especially on the descents but it’s all the multi use trails they use to access that takes the brunt of the damage especially soft flat boggy ground or steep climbs where the back wheel is spinning the whole way up. Generally most mountain bikers don’t care about the erosion, they’re ether e bikers as well or intend on being at some point in the future. It’s all the other trail users who are pissed off by it.
thenotoriousmic mikekazimer's article
May 13, 2024 at 10:23
May 13, 2024
Review: Commencal's Meta Power SX Signature Packs a Punch for the Price
@Blownoutrides: I’m just waiting for Festool or Milwaukee to start selling motors.
thenotoriousmic sarahmoore's article
May 8, 2024 at 19:55
May 8, 2024
Frameworks DH Bikes Stolen in Milton Keynes, UK
lol you don’t know the UK at all. Robbing bikes is a national pastime anctive encouraged by the police and that dystopian hell hole Milton Keynes is where we keep our absolute best bike thieves. Word on the the street is that it’s already got an ebike conversion and been used successfully in over five iPhone snatchings.
thenotoriousmic echoscommunications's article
May 8, 2024 at 12:17
May 8, 2024
Chris King Introduces Generation 4 Hub System
@snide: I mean it’s pretty hard to feed a perfectly flat sheet a steel into a laser cutter and get it wrong where Shimano seem incapable of following through with their own designs by making a perfectly straight centre lock rotor right out of the box. Which is one of the reasons why shimano brakes have massive clearance because they know the rotors won’t be straight then you have the whole issue of the rotor rocking on the splines and coming loose, which you won’t have the tool to tighten out on the trail unlike 6 bolt. Probably the worst design in mountain biking. I won’t take anyone seriously who choose to use centrelock unfortunately so you’d be wasting your time responding as you’re obviously clueless. ;)
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