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twebeast seb-stott's article
Nov 21, 2023 at 13:02
Nov 21, 2023
Review: EXT ERA V2.1 Fork
A benefit of EXT not mentioned here is that you can upgrade the internals when upgrades come out. My V1 will get v2.1 internals when it next goes in for a service at a very reasonable price. Which together with decent CSU means it’s a fork you can keep for a few years and amortise the cost down, whilst keeping a cutting edge performance fork. Not really the case with Fox
twebeast mikekazimer's article
Nov 9, 2023 at 12:58
Nov 9, 2023
Rapha Releases New Trail Gore-Tex Pants
@tg222: as generic advise maybe, but not really in the case of riding pants. These items go through the combination of heavy dirt and strong shearing forces, which makes short work of the membrane. It’s just a bad technology for this application.
twebeast mikekazimer's article
Oct 25, 2023 at 13:30
Oct 25, 2023
Is This the New Enduro? Specialized Patent Shows 170mm Bike With UBB Suspension Design
@KJP1230: this design might get a patent, the old one has expired, a la DT Swiss “improving” their ratchet design with EXP. Progress….
twebeast mattbeer's article
Oct 12, 2023 at 0:48
Oct 12, 2023
twebeast dariodigiulio's article
Sep 21, 2023 at 10:01
Sep 21, 2023
Review: Goodyear Newton MTR & MTF Tires
@HeatedRotor: agreed, such a big product miss which must really limit their addressable market. For me, really it’s also just about the fronts.. pretty much one extra tyre option per family
twebeast Mandownmedia's article
Sep 11, 2023 at 13:19
Sep 11, 2023
Tire Choices & Pressures of 20 Pro Racers - Les Gets DH World Cup 2023
Have to say I wish they had a tyre spotter on the DH World Cup live coverage. Posted at the top of the hill and giving that bit more context on what the rider on the hill is rolling, particularly for mixed or changing conditions. Tyre strategy is massive in other wheeled sports, but doesn’t get a mention in MTB
twebeast mikekazimer's article
Aug 19, 2023 at 8:19
Aug 19, 2023
Review: Reserve 30|HD AL vs Race Face Turbine Wheels
@kevinjordans: it’s to do with fabrication. Carbon hoops are made as hoops and want to stay as hoops. Alu hoops are made as straight sections and then bent in to shape, and spend their entire lives trying to get back to straight again.
twebeast Mandownmedia's article
Jul 20, 2023 at 4:45
Jul 20, 2023
Interview: World Cup DH Brake Tech with SRAM
Hi PB, for the next interview where the Eng says to bleed it often - please can you ask why? What is going on inside the brake which means a regular fluid change is important Thank you
twebeast edspratt's article
Jun 26, 2023 at 14:33
Jun 26, 2023
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