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uphill-blues RichardCunningham's article
Feb 12, 2018 at 11:25
Feb 12, 2018
Carbon vs Aluminum: Separating Environmental Fact From Fiction in the Frame Materials Debate
I just said the same thing--very well-written article about an issue that's important to me. I'll be more mindful of where I throw my alu cans. I do tend to put them in a paper bag and neatly put it in the garbage bin for the recyclers to easily find. But now I'm not sure if that's good enough.
uphill-blues RichardCunningham's article
Feb 12, 2018 at 11:21
Feb 12, 2018
Carbon vs Aluminum: Separating Environmental Fact From Fiction in the Frame Materials Debate
Good for you dude. Ignore the anal orifice who told you otherwise. You know that term "that guy?" Well, that's him here on Pinkbike. Trust me, I've had debacles with him over the dumbest things, and I'm sure 55 million other people did.
uphill-blues RichardCunningham's article
Feb 12, 2018 at 11:07
Feb 12, 2018
Carbon vs Aluminum: Separating Environmental Fact From Fiction in the Frame Materials Debate
Richard, this is the best article I've read from you so far, and one of the best articles I've read period. It's funny that I was just talking to some friends about bringing manufacturing jobs back to America (specifically bike manufacturing), and how much consumers are willing to pay that extra few bucks for the more expensive labor. I was telling them about a relative of mine who worked in a Chinese factory for a while and how he described the "sorta unsafe" working conditions (spray painting without any masks on some days). This was back in the late 90s or early 00s, so I'm hoping that those conditions are no longer existing for the Chinese workers. I have a Commencal Meta AM V4 alloy mountain bike and a BMC GF02 carbon road bike. I think the best way for me to be a better human being (i.e. not a garbage-throwing human scum) is to keep those bikes for as long as I can. I'm broke anyway :)
uphill-blues vittoria's article
Feb 3, 2018 at 19:02
Feb 3, 2018
Vittoria signs Hans Rey, Ludo May, BMC MTB Racing & Some Up and Coming Talent
I wish there was video of Hans landing that really akward drop. I'd like to learn something that I have no intention of doing.
uphill-blues pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 20, 2018 at 19:57
Jan 20, 2018
Jeff Steber Returns as Intense CEO [Updated]
Oh wow, no. I would've thought Rod Stewart. But the "Intense Mandy" does sound intriguing.
uphill-blues pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 19, 2018 at 9:17
Jan 19, 2018
Jeff Steber Returns as Intense CEO [Updated]
He's got nice bangs. He looks like he could be Steve from Stranger Thing's dad.
uphill-blues pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 19, 2018 at 9:15
Jan 19, 2018
Jeff Steber Returns as Intense CEO [Updated]
Make Aluminum Great Again. They should also make a short travel XC bike and call it "Covfefe."
uphill-blues VorsprungSuspension's article
Dec 19, 2017 at 13:49
Dec 19, 2017
uphill-blues pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 15, 2017 at 15:50
Dec 15, 2017
uphill-blues RichardCunningham's article
Nov 22, 2017 at 11:19
Nov 22, 2017
Eminent Cycles Launches the Haste - First Look
External droppers are good from a service standpoint. Servicing a Reverb Stealth, for example, requires you to remove the seatpost while an externally routed one doesn't have to be. The insertion length is also shorter than an internal one, and you can slam that post down without having to worry about that mechanism at the bottom. I damaged the hose on my Reverb Stealth when it got kinked by the pivot that goes through the seatpost. It's a nice looking bike--reminds me of a Macross robot. I'll be interested in their alloy trail bike when they come up with one.
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