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uberstein mikekazimer's article
Jul 30, 2020 at 6:38
Jul 30, 2020
First Ride: The New EXT Era Fork is Very, Very Promising
Up until the + chamber reaches the pressure of the ++ chamber, the fork behaves as if it has volume spacers (the size of the ++ chamber), since the ++ chamber isn't dynamic during that time. Once the two chambers have equal pressure, then they behave like a single chamber with a floating barrier in the middle. If you look at boundary limits, you could start with + and ++ chambers at same pressure, which would act like a fork with no volume spacers and it would behave like a single chamber throughout the entire stroke. With very very high pressure in the ++ chamber, then it would behave as if it has one large volume spacer (i.e. the + chamber never reaches the ++ chamber during compression). So there is potential to tune for significant small bump compliance without as much ramp-up as you get when you pack a fork full of volume spacers.
uberstein dan-roberts's article
Jun 5, 2020 at 7:51
Jun 5, 2020
Behind the Numbers: Ibis Ripmo V2
8.8 degrees of crank rotation becomes ~28 degrees of wheel rotation in the 32/10, I guess. And in 0.0325 seconds... yes, I see your point on that. Thanks
uberstein dan-roberts's article
Jun 5, 2020 at 7:12
Jun 5, 2020
Behind the Numbers: Ibis Ripmo V2
@dan-roberts: . ..thanks for the correction, but the article also needs an update in the speed for the 10t cog, which should be lower than for the 32/24. Somewhere around 6.4 kph in the 32/10...?
uberstein pinkbikeoriginals's article
May 11, 2020 at 14:55
May 11, 2020
Video: How to Mountain Bike Safely During COVID-19
@JockoJones: I hear that Yeti may be suffering extra badly because the dentists aren't seeing many patients during the coronavirus.
uberstein danielsapp's article
Apr 15, 2020 at 19:18
Apr 15, 2020
The Final Randoms: Cranks, Bars, Shades, Bells, & More - Pond Beaver 2020
@bman33: Ride Concepts Wildcat or TNT. Like the Kestral lace for flats. Git em!
uberstein shimano's article
Apr 3, 2020 at 16:25
Apr 3, 2020
Video: Shimano Celebrates Trail Builders in 'Make Your Mark - Shape Your World'
@Linkpin: sprinkle peanuts or other boar snacks on your anticipated line, and let the boars do the initial dig for you...
uberstein pinkbikeoriginals's article
Mar 18, 2020 at 8:42
Mar 18, 2020
Video: Ben Cathro Returns to World Cup Racing in Episode 1 of 'The Privateer: Walk The Talk'
The movie: Cathrovision! Starring Adam Driver as Ben... Coming soon!
uberstein scottsecco's article
Mar 11, 2020 at 7:05
Mar 11, 2020
Must Watch: Wyn Masters & Cody Kelley Ride Bhutan's Madman Trails
@FlorentVN: suspension links are white instead of black. Custom touch, or different color option for Asia?
uberstein mikekazimer's article
Dec 24, 2019 at 11:02
Dec 24, 2019
Field Test: Enduro vs Force 29 vs Slayer vs Mojo HD5 vs SB165 - 2020 Enduro Bikes
@monkeybizz: i too am an engineer. If it was truly over-engineered it wouldn't have broken in spite of mis-aligned bearings. That falls under the category of "fault tolerant design". And manufacturing process control should keep mis-alignment from happening, or should have caught it before it went out the door (QC inspection). I think the Slayer looks awesome, but this scenario is truly a fail.
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