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wahlen RyanLeech's article
Sep 21, 2021 at 18:11
Sep 21, 2021
5 Tips from Ryan Leech to Help You Practice Like a Trials Rider
Amazing stuff, I also hope this appeals to more riders out there. Ryan has been one of my role models since the 90s. For me progression is not just going bigger and faster but add more refinement and elegance to the way I tackle a trail. There is a culture to go big at my local trails but I can get as much enjoyment out of the little things: a quick 180 or nose pivot on a tight switchback. A nollie drop into a roller. Pedal kicks to tyre tap over a tree trunk. Nose bonking obstacles... manuals into small drops... stuff like that. This requires a bit of a shift of mind towards when to ride as well. Ryan's level of mastery doesn't come from loading a bike onto a rack and dropping into a trail once a week. For us non-pros it means having a bike within arms reach during the day-to-day. Just hop onto it for a quick 15 minute practice during a lunch break.
wahlen pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 15, 2021 at 18:12
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wahlen mikekazimer's article
Sep 13, 2021 at 18:00
Sep 13, 2021
First Look: Yeti Goes Electric With the 160E
@leelau: It's the $30k barrier that's the new frontier here in Oz. I've seen a couple of eBikes already surpassing the $20 and just a couple of hundred off the $25k mark...
Sep 5, 2021 at 19:53
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wahlen dan-roberts's article
Aug 23, 2021 at 17:01
Aug 23, 2021
Review: BikeYoke Revive 2.0 Dropper Post
I'm so disappointed with Rockshox. Paid big bucks for a Reverb AXS, lasted me only 3 months. Went back to a BikeYoke and was pleased to see I received the updated version. I've had 3 Rockshox Reverbs before, all had issues. I've had 1 BikeYoke before no issues at all plus hardly had to use the revive function either.
wahlen dan-roberts's article
Aug 23, 2021 at 16:56
Aug 23, 2021
Review: BikeYoke Revive 2.0 Dropper Post
In a single year on my Trail bike I've written of two 210mm One Ups and I'm just filling out the warranty forms for my 170mm Reverb AXS. In my experience, as dropper length increases, so does the amount of mud, sand and dust that can enter the system. Has to do with the lever effect / slack seat tube angle I suppose. I just fitted a Bike Yoke and was impressed with the quality, lets see if it holds up.
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