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txcx166 edspratt's article
Oct 1, 2022 at 8:21
Oct 1, 2022
Norco Pauses its DH & XC Factory Teams for 2023
I think you just described most small businesses. Most people don’t understand this at all. Longevity doesn’t guarantee longevity. I’m sure it was a very hard decision to stop their racing program, but you know it saved them a tremendous amount of cost. No responsible owner would continue at a loss, it may have come down to staying in business or canceling their racing program. Or going in debt just to race, and estimating a negative future return on the racing. Or they just did that this year with a negative result. I’ve been in this position with one of my startup companies and it took a while to convince my partners to make these hard decisions as they were new to ownership. Once they understood it’s either do this or go out of business, those tough choices became easier to make because there really was no choice. Running a company is a constant struggle, it doesn’t matter the size, or industry.
txcx166 seb-stott's article
Sep 29, 2022 at 8:45
Sep 29, 2022
Whyte's E-180 Works Offers Bosch's "Race Only" Motor To Anyone
Just like all racing, the technology pushes the limits of the rules. That’s part of the challenge. So throttles won’t be coming. What would F1 be if there were zero rules? Or any other motor sport or cycling. If man and machine isn’t what we’re all after then we should all be on pink barefoot runner dot com everyday.
txcx166 seb-stott's article
Sep 29, 2022 at 8:40
Sep 29, 2022
txcx166 seb-stott's article
Sep 27, 2022 at 20:12
Sep 27, 2022
Hope Say Their Super Short 155 mm Cranks Are 'The Sweet Spot'
@DBone95: well I’m awake and I speak the English language…
txcx166 mikekazimer's article
Sep 23, 2022 at 13:52
Sep 23, 2022
Opinion: The Pace of Change in the MTB World is Slowing Down, and I'm All For It
We don’t want too many people taking up MTB. Just enough growth to increase trail funding and keeping our bike shops profitable. Anymore than that and it will explode the whole system. Physical fortitude used to be a pretty big barrier of entry, but now there are e-bikes, and that’s more of a financial barrier. We can’t just have anyone that can fog a mirror clogging up all the trails and buying up all the parts.
txcx166 mikekazimer's article
Sep 21, 2022 at 19:14
Sep 21, 2022
Race Face Announces New Aluminum Turbine Cranks
Nah... I’ll stick with my eeWings.
txcx166 mattbeer's article
Sep 20, 2022 at 11:32
Sep 20, 2022
Check Out: An Air Compressor To Seat Tubeless Tires, Stealthy Body Protection, Giant's Cycling Computer, & Mullet Links
@Toryt7: I would actually say no on seating tires. The volume isn’t there. We run Maxxis exclusively in my family of 5 and I’ve rarely had to use a compressor. Can’t speak to other brands if that’s even a thing.
txcx166 mattbeer's article
Sep 20, 2022 at 11:31
Sep 20, 2022
Check Out: An Air Compressor To Seat Tubeless Tires, Stealthy Body Protection, Giant's Cycling Computer, & Mullet Links
@defm06: it’s this one. Just cut the old one off and it goes right on. https://www.biketiresdirect.com/product/lezyne-dual-valve-pump-head?adl=1&gclid=CjwKCAjwyaWZBhBGEiwACslQo0w2f866uCbY8IfJwiz8TX3vLcSr8P0T47kdGk7mIDygm9AK49WPJRoCHnUQAvD_BwE
txcx166 mattbeer's article
Sep 19, 2022 at 19:07
Sep 19, 2022
Check Out: An Air Compressor To Seat Tubeless Tires, Stealthy Body Protection, Giant's Cycling Computer, & Mullet Links
@defm06: Had one since 2019. Changed the head out to a lezyne. One battery lasts forever, gauge is accurate enough, and it’s cheap. You really can’t beat it for what it is. It will not air up anything real like your truck though, but who cares.
txcx166 mikelevy's article
Sep 16, 2022 at 8:22
Sep 16, 2022
New Motors, Derailleurs, & Yetis: EWS Crans-Montana 2022
How are saint and XT/XTR calipers different? Honest question.
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