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whois the interviewer with Cam in the last pic?
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not to mention the Penske brains behind the RE:Aktiv regressively valved shock. That portion, added to the ohlins, ERS,etc standard valving could make for more efficient pedalling of downhill bikes on pedally tracks.
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cedric: what tyres u got there all sharpied out,hmm?
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@ ^ hahahaha Brilliant!
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Bernard Kerr too...
hey vital: could you find out if gwin was riding the beadless Roval?
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come on sven: everyone knows Martin Maes is the first rider to ever win their first world cup at any venue, much less Fort Bill.
If you said the first elite ever, then sure. but ya. Martin #justforfun Maes
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hahhhaah was waiting for someone to pick that up.
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i see Extreme does a MTB shocks as well.. we have a new player?
but they really have to learn to spell technology. They dont seem to like the letter H
why is peaty's lid fresh looking? it should look 40 years old! AT LEAST!
what.the.hell are those knobs on his right leg???!? but damn, Gee must have silly low percentage body fat....
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i actually despise the redbull vid player. Always having issues with slow loading, glitchy playback. Fortunately, its O K mostly for the live playback. but pre-recorded stuff is just rubbish..
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LOL. ok, i missed the quoted bits, evidently. So with that bit of 'context', the M means what and there are no ppl going down 80%, 20% up?
Don't misunderstand, i love their products, just this naming scheme is too contrived. We all know how SRAMs 5% blew up on the interwebs, and they were just kidding. This here is a real naming scheme. Oi.
Vital: what's the story behind the naming convention? Does M refer to Minnaar by any chance, and where's the M80-Twenty rim? What exactly do the numbers refer to?
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and no feniak?
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The Burgtec Bulldog.. u heard it here first!
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i see you can't read either: i asked on what basis SRAM patented it, you initially seemed to know. An opinion on the subject is not the response to the question. But in case you missed it the first time: on what basis is the SRAM patent?
in fact, lets make this stupid simple for you: have YOU read SRAMs patent, and do you have a link to it?
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are you saying that SRAM's patenting the concept or the application thereof? I haven't read SRAM's X-Sync patent application, but you seem to know which one applies. What I was referring to, including the general concept of a chainring with alternating thick-thin teeth, as a means of power transmission without chain hopping, that's been done back in 1979.