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znarf jessiemaymorgan's article
Apr 8, 2024 at 1:34
Apr 8, 2024
First Look: Fair Bicycle's Drop Best Offset Saddle Clamp is Universally Compatible
This is absolutely a cool product! The price is fair, for people who would upgrade to a different frame, because of too slack a seat angle. I owned at last four bikes in the past which I might have kept if they had a steeper STA. In fact I wished for exactly this product a couple of times. I am long-legged though and my current frames are steep enough...
znarf mattbeer's article
Feb 23, 2024 at 9:22
Feb 23, 2024
Review: Lewis LHT Ultimate Brakes - Clones or Contenders?
@betsie: another question is, do you know who you would chose to "work" for, if you were a worker? The Chinese electronics manufacturer or the local company?
znarf edspratt's article
Jan 26, 2024 at 1:59
Jan 26, 2024
Throwback Thursday: 7 Bikes Turning 10 in 2024
I used it for a couple of years and it worked great. If the inner "tires" were also tubeless and a bit wider (because the procore ones were for max 25mm id, but everyone changed to 30mm id shortly after the launch) I think it would still be around. It let´s you get away with seriously low pressures and no pinch flats on light tires. In wet / wintery conditions there was a noticeable improvement in traction. Sealant clogging the special valves was my only issue. Replacement cost then let me transition to fat downhill tires with lots of sealant and no insert. Rolling speed suffers a lot with dh tires, my bike feels sluggish. Sketchy tires only make sense in light bikes though :-)
znarf jessiemaymorgan's article
Jan 8, 2024 at 13:47
Jan 8, 2024
18 Bikes That Could Be Updated in 2024
On the Scott website they explain their new Nude Float X rear shock, for gravity oriented bikes. Yet when you click on "bikes with this shock", they don't list any. All the Geniuses have the Nude 5T, which is like a DPS with remotes...
znarf mikekazimer's article
Dec 28, 2023 at 10:13
Dec 28, 2023
2023 Pinkbike Awards: Mountain Bike of the Year Winner
It’s cool, finally a modern enduro bike with three chainrings, one bigger and two smaller, yet it only has 12gears. It’s carbon, but still heavy and has three batteries, but is „acoustic“. It looks old-school, but is new-school expensive. You can shred it mellow, but lose the chain like you shred it proper and might even get your warranty claim denied, because you didn’t ride it as intended. It’s a shame they didn’t route the cables through the headset, though. Oh and it sort of looks like a session. Joking aside: I’d like to demo it, but wouldn’t buy one for several reasons. (I service my own bike, pivots etc.) I can understand how it is awarded bike of the year. The headline on the Ibis is just too short ;-)
znarf jacks0n0's article
Nov 11, 2023 at 5:04
Nov 11, 2023
znarf henryquinney's article
Oct 23, 2023 at 11:38
Oct 23, 2023
znarf mattbeer's article
Sep 7, 2023 at 0:30
Sep 7, 2023
Spotted: A New MRP Air Shock?
Cool, that they are doing stuff. I am often intrigued by their products, even though I dont see them often over here in Germany anymore.
znarf Mandownmedia's article
Jul 17, 2023 at 3:46
Jul 17, 2023
18 Race Bikes from Red Bull Hardline 2023
I wonder if Ratboy still has these Reserve Carbon wheels from his Syndicate days ans they just hold up like nothing else. Or if he still got a deal and buys them for his Cannondale bikes :)
znarf PatrolMTB's article
Jul 15, 2023 at 2:17
Jul 15, 2023
Patrol Mountain Releases New Full Suspension Kids Bikes
Whats the weight on these? I think weight is an important aspect for a perfect kid bike…
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