zsandstrom theaudinines's article
Sep 13, 2018 at 10:11Sep 13, 2018
Dawid Godziek Lands World’s First Quadruple Tail Whip on a Mountain Bike - Audi Nines MTB 2018
Looks like that quad whip is still yours for the taking, @manglermixer! I look forward to your video.
Sep 10, 2018 at 7:12Sep 10, 2018
Posted in "Yt jeffsy bottle cage"
Sep 7, 2018 at 15:15Sep 7, 2018
zsandstrom pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 7, 2018 at 7:03Sep 7, 2018
BMC Launches New Fourstroke 01 XC Bike
Just throw an inverted 150mm stem on there and it'll be race ready.
Sep 7, 2018 at 6:34Sep 7, 2018
zsandstrom YTIndustries's article
Sep 5, 2018 at 8:49Sep 5, 2018
The YT Mob's World Champs Bikes are Looking Gorgeous
@bman33: Excuse, me but I'm pretty sure that Tahnee's bike is splattered in UNICORN blood. Don't undersell it.
zsandstrom EnduroWorldSeries's article
Aug 31, 2018 at 11:22Aug 31, 2018
Video: Jared & Curtis Talk the Highs & Lows of Racing the EWS
The Enduro pedals like garbage, is heavier, doesn't corner as well, and is only moderately more capable than a coil-equipped Stumpy. And before you're all like "uphill doesn't matter in enduro", check yourself. It absolutely matters. You can't pin it for 8-10 minutes on a downhill if you're gassed from pedaling a beast up 1,500 feet for the last hour. Go ride a 30 mile 5,000ft day on the Enduro, and then repeat that same day a week later on a Stumpy, and TELL me you weren't faster on the last 2 descents. I own a very comparable comparable set of bikes (jeffsy/capra) and I'd race the Jeffsy over the Capra in 8/10 enduros.
Posted in "Capra or jeffsy"
Aug 31, 2018 at 9:35Aug 31, 2018
Posted in "Jeffsy 29er Thread"
Aug 30, 2018 at 15:22Aug 30, 2018
zsandstrom foxfactory's article
Aug 28, 2018 at 11:04Aug 28, 2018
FOX Introduces Live Valve Suspension Technology
@drunknride: So first off, I'm loving your "The Good Place" style swearing. Show me where, specifically, in this press release, you are told you need this. It's just not there. There is no claim that Live Valve is necessary. It's a little bold of Fox to say that "the future is here" and such, but this is also a huge tech leap so they might not be wrong; time will tell. But no one is pressuring anyone on this. Fox is just making a case for why this is a better system than manually activated suspension. Which we should expect them to, and I honestly hope it is. Time will tell. Also, you know that "fixing things that aren't broken" is generally referred to as "improving on existing technology", right? If you want to advocate that society is better off not trying to improve already good processes, be my guest (and good luck). Or, if you want to advocate that mountain biking would be better off without trying to improve existing products, then let's talk about that. But criticizing an innovative company for innovating.....surely you realize that's a Luddite attitude.