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tomoostv jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 1, 2019 at 4:53
Oct 1, 2019
tomoostv jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 23, 2019 at 8:26
Sep 23, 2019
Spotted: New Ibis Enduro Bike at EWS Zermatt
I just replaced the lower bearings on my Mojo HD3... it took 3 weeks just to get the bearings in. If the bushings are easier to source I would argue that it is an improvement.
tomoostv pinkbikeoriginals's article
Sep 19, 2019 at 13:58
Sep 19, 2019
The Privateer: Racing Against The Best at EWS Whistler
I think Adam will do better in competition coming years. That knowledge that has been taught for both training and riding will pay dividends. All Adam needs is more competition time is my 2cents. I would be interested to see check-in article in a year or 2 if Adam continues competing to see how things go going forward! I can’t see the potential of another privateer. The learning was the coolest part of this series when Todd was showing training exercises with mobility and the bike setup episodes in my opinion. My riding has taken a not much faster but much funner and more stylish outlook after learning these things which I credit this series for! Thanks to all that had a part for the past 2 years and for helping me enjoy mtb riding even more!
tomoostv trek's article
Sep 5, 2019 at 12:22
Sep 5, 2019
Video: Jolanda Neff Gets Weird on the New Trek Supercaliber
It's okay... we don't all have to play for the same team!
tomoostv sarahmoore's article
Sep 3, 2019 at 8:19
Sep 3, 2019
Interview: Emily Batty on Loneliness, Burnout & The 2020 Olympics
@Odinson: "Hell, only 3% of US soymeal is consumed by people. 68% of the oil is used for processed foods and for frying." Please explain to me how this does not also equal "consumed by people". "80% of the soy produced is meal, 20% oil - have a look at the US Soy Checkoff website." The value of the oil by weight is significantly more than the soymeal "byproduct" that is fed to animals. What are your thoughts on this?
Aug 8, 2019 at 5:29
Aug 8, 2019

Giant Trance X4

$550 CAD
Great beginner trail bike. Would be fine on anything from rail trails up to the blue trails at Keppoch A size Large, It has a Deore drivetrain and I through on a wider 720mm wide bar and a 50mm Easton Vice stem for more modern handling and feel. These bars are a lot wider and stem a lot shorter than what was usually stock on entry level trail bikes in 2010 and makes a significant difference. The bike also has Tektro mechanical brakes which should be enough for most beginner speeds. Not much special about it but its a fun bike for a newer rider! Located just outside of Truro. Bike is tight and shifts well. Chain has lots of life in it. $550

tomoostv brianpark's article
Aug 7, 2019 at 10:13
Aug 7, 2019
The Top 5 Most Stylish Mountain Bikers of All Time (According to Pinkbike)
It is impossible to argue with Semenuk. With this in mind, although there are guys going bigger after following Mitch Ropelato on Instagram I cannot understand that he did not slot into one of these positions. There is usually a weekly dose of "how'd-he-do-that?" on Mitch's Instagram
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tomoostv pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jul 25, 2019 at 9:40
Jul 25, 2019
The Privateer: Visiting Fox Racing & Pivot Cycles Plus New Bike Day
In my opinion Adam seems to be feeling a lot of pressure to perform. I think in ways that is the thing holding him back more than anything else, not only to perform with results, but as well to show his stoke level. Each time he gets something free I think he feels like he has to pay it back and I think because he does know what these things are worth he feels more pressure with each additional thing. I for one am stoked for this series with Adam again! A huge part of the idea from this series is for him to be an average Joe and mission accomplished. I think 90% of people would be less rather than more entertaining than Adam. To Adam: "Don't stress about it and ignore the negativity of this board."
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