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Reply to Why are flat tires something we still see these days? 5/14/2014 4:01 PM
As far as I see it, it's pretty easy to set up your bike so that you won't get any flats. Throw in some nice, thick tire liners, a pair of heavy-duty tubes--maybe even some sealant in the tubes--and pump those suckers up nice and firm. Flat-free! But, ... more »
Reply to UCI World Cup Rumors via @TeamRumours 1/24/2013 10:58 PM
Gwin confirmed SRAM drivetrain but Fox suspension today. A rare combination. Apart from Lapierre I can't think of any other teams running that set-up.
Reply to UCI World Cup Rumors via @TeamRumours 1/9/2013 7:35 PM
Gwin states in the video he's signing a letter of intent, not a contract. I've gotta say that Martin Whiteley is just making himself look desperate by putting this all out in public and trying to shame Gwin. Somebody ought to take away Whiteley's laptop ... more »
Reply to UCI World Cup Rumors via @TeamRumours 1/7/2013 6:53 PM
Evidence that something related to Specialized is about to drop is here. Nothing concrete though. My money's on Greg, I have a hard time imagining Gwin breaking his contract with Trek so soon after resigning.
Reply to UCI World Cup Rumors via @TeamRumours 1/6/2013 8:44 PM
Does anybody know what Matti Lehikoinen or Duncan Riffle are doing next season? Matti's not on CRC, and according to today's press release Duncan isn't on Dirt-Norco anymore. I'm curious to know whether they'll be racing.
Reply to UCI World Cup Rumors via @TeamRumours 12/24/2012 8:38 PM
I didn't get this one at first but now I think I might. That's a holly leaf on a rainbow, so it must be Holly Feniak, who won the Junior World Champs this year. I guess the pot of gold represents a bigger contract? Not sure what the leaf is riding though... ... more »
Reply to UCI World Cup Rumors via @TeamRumours 12/23/2012 12:33 PM
If he went to Sram I assume he'd have to do the whole package. They usually try to get their athletes to do that. Not a lot of teams running Sram and Fox out there. In other news, Hill to CRC/Nukeproof is now public. Didn't believe it until ... more »