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zhakarias mikelevy's article
Aug 24, 2018 at 3:35
Aug 24, 2018
First Look: Trek's New 2019 Remedy
@davec113: Agree with u I just went from thru shaft to an x2 on my remedy (now I have 156mm of rear travel btw) and the traction improves but the pedal worsens. Also, the rebound damping of that shock is way too slow and it wasn't able to track the terrain as well as the fork does (170 Fox 36). I'm keeping the original shock for when the X2 needs service as it is not a bad shock by all means
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zhakarias RichardCunningham's article
Sep 19, 2017 at 11:17
Sep 19, 2017
Continental Talks Tires - Interbike 2017
Curious, I use a kaiser projetk and a MM supergravity in super soft compound as my go to choices around Madrid. I find the MM stiffer than the conti, and I would not ron the the Schwalbe unless is really wet outside as it basically tears up itself in dry conditions.
zhakarias OneUpComponents's article
Feb 23, 2017 at 14:27
Feb 23, 2017
Richie Rude's POV Angry Midget KOM Run - Video
@WAKIdesigns: Actually the strava privacy settings allow you to hide your ride even on the local heat map if you configure it to do so. I find it quite handy as here in Madrid we are facing a widespread mountain bike ban outside fireroads so I have set up private ride as the to go mode. The only drawback is that the times during a private ride don't show up in the general time table but anyway I'm only interested on my own times and how they improve (or not) in certain trails.
zhakarias pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 13, 2016 at 13:07
Jun 13, 2016
Trek Factory World Cup Dailies: Finals Day, Leogang - Video
Loic few years back was using Dainese Ryholite jacket, I have tried the TLD and the Dainese as light body armor for enduro and I went for the Dainese. The back protection look more sturdy and the ribs and kidneys were better covered, in the TLD additional protection is placed in the chest area which ,aybe is more adequate for DH but for enduro it was too hot.
zhakarias BWinder's article
May 25, 2016 at 21:33
May 25, 2016
2016 French Enduro Series: Round One, Raon l’Etape - Race Day
@mattwragg: Maybe is just me being Spanish (we have very little regard for non enforced regulations) but here is not technical inspection for bikes (at least here in Spain) so you can modify your power output an nobody will notice. And with the current heat about access to lots of trails I'm really worried about this new trend. Anyway for me this is marketing bullshit it has an engine is not a bike, I don't mind if you call it pedal assist or just put a throttle on it. Maybe I can understand its use in people with a condition or past their 50s but if the battery goes away or you have an engine failure you will be stuck in the middle of nowhere with a 20+ kg bike and a condition so not so sure about that either.
zhakarias mikelevy's article
Feb 26, 2016 at 14:58
Feb 26, 2016
Ridden And Rated - Six Dropper Posts
I have been on a D.O.S.S for over a year now. So far so good I just replace the hose and the cable a month ago and is runing like new. I have a reverb on my second bike and I just wish that thing could work as the fox. Is not only reliability is the ease to sort problems with the lever on travel as basically an old 3 position shifter can do the work given enough tension.
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