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Reply to Arm Pump & Hand Fatigue - Tips & Tricks 7/24/2017 9:04 AM

200(ish) on an Evil Wreckoning, been in Canada most recently. Was looking at 4 piston instead of 2. Was hoping someone could shed light on the difference between 4 smaller piston vs 2 larger piston.

Reply to Arm Pump & Hand Fatigue - Tips & Tricks 7/24/2017 8:48 AM

Does anyone have suggestions for Brakes? I'm running Shimano XT with 203 rotors and I find the initial bite great, but the power after that to be a bit lacking when things get steep I get going fast. I was thinking Saints, but I don't necessarily want ... more »

Reply to Should There Be a 29er DH Class and 27.5 DH Class at World Cups? 4/29/2017 7:31 AM

I'm having a really hard time following your argument and the points you're trying to make. Let me take a stab at summing them up: 1.) 29" bikes are unfair because they roll too well 2.) 29" bikes are unfair because they benefit tall people 3.) 29" bikes ... more »

Reply to Should There Be a 29er DH Class and 27.5 DH Class at World Cups? 4/27/2017 3:25 PM

*Cough* Greg placed 4th overall last year *Cough* Just see for yourself
As far as actual improvements. Yeah, getting a 29" wheel as strong as a 26" wheel has required a massive push in technological advancement in wheels. From spokes, to rims, to hubs, to boost. ... more »

Reply to Should There Be a 29er DH Class and 27.5 DH Class at World Cups? 4/27/2017 10:54 AM

No need, its going to be 26" But seriously, no one in their right mind would say that 29" are going to sweep everything this season. It's not going to be the Syndicate 1-2-3 tour all year (probably). The gains are probably going to be 2-3 seconds per ... more »

Reply to Should There Be a 29er DH Class and 27.5 DH Class at World Cups? 4/27/2017 10:14 AM

I'm still at a lost at why you think 29" means anything regarding to road bike culture... As for 29" in downhill. It's already happening at the local race level, just look at people like Luke Stroble crushing the PNW DH scene on a Wreckoning. As a proud ... more »