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Added reply in a thread Taking YT to the Better Business Bureau? 10/27/2020 4:35 PM

Better Business Bureau is not a regulatory firm; BBB takes complaints and lodges a score only applicable to those utilizing the website for references. Also, for this to be effective in regard, the Business being documented must have made a choice to ... more »

Added reply in a thread Gamut 10/24/2020 7:15 AM

Aside their acquiring the best flat pedals c/o Point1 Racing to needlessly alter production, then diminish production and finally cease production? Or, kick money to Greg Minnaar until just this year while having no product or other riders because - ... more »

Added reply in a thread 2021 Mountain Bike Team Rumors 10/19/2020 1:59 PM

Triathletes are not Cyclists. TT Riders are maybe being referred to? 'Cause it's the Running / Swimming aspect of Tri seeming a bit of a stretch F1 fever-dreams have run their course - utter nonsense. Licensing requirements, limitations upon part inventory ... more »

Added reply in a thread UCI DH Rule Unclear - DSQ for Riding Over a Course-Marking Pole? 10/18/2020 10:46 AM

Added reply in a thread UCI DH Rule Unclear - DSQ for Riding Over a Course-Marking Pole? 10/18/2020 10:38 AM

Added reply in a thread 2021 Mountain Bike Team Rumors 10/18/2020 5:36 AM

What's to understand? Other than the coveting of other people's money. Incredible how quickly Mountain Bike goes to some rider's heads and becomes a distorted mess. Before Vital generates a thread about disproportionate and unjust budgets, salaries - ... more »

Added reply in a thread 2021 Mountain Bike Team Rumors 10/16/2020 5:07 PM

Atherton Bikes.

Added reply in a thread UCI DH Rule Unclear - DSQ for Riding Over a Course-Marking Pole? 10/16/2020 5:03 PM

You cannot have two limits on the track. For all intents and purposes, that pole could be anywhere, be run into the same way and, the tape still is a visible track limit. Dumb as rocks, but is likely what is preventing any recon.

Added reply in a thread Mountain bikes and inerters? 10/1/2020 10:51 AM

Also, stupid. It's a damn bicycle.

Added reply in a thread Evolution of MTBs 9/23/2020 3:10 PM

I think the having psuedo intellectual internet banter just because some internet hacks worked a deal inside of whatever to-scale supplier because, noone says not to is ridiculous. Where are the standards upon the places these bikes would be ridden? ... more »

Added reply in a thread MTB Tech Rumors and Innovation 9/23/2020 1:06 PM

As opposed to supplying hypothetical framework and then humble-brag how devoted you are to being a salesman, just let it go. Eating Spaghettios on a Toilet and posting on internet forum should not be considered as anything exclusive.

Added reply in a thread MTB Tech Rumors and Innovation 9/23/2020 6:51 AM

Ohhh Gawd! Barf! - what's with that front brake hose routing? If I, the consumer, demand such ultra steep STA that there' no movement on the saddle at all and if I do I throw my Pelvis out of whack - I do not want to be looking at some Vermicelli of

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Added a comment about product review We Ride the Not-So-Secret 2021 Trek Slash (and love it) 9/4/2020 10:25 AM
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That 26" design is geared lower; The 29" rolls out more gear inch. The inertia of the wheel takes over for the 29" which still does not escape the basis for your reply.
Either way - the gearing is far too low. A SRAM 12spd road cassette is needed with a wimpy chainring like that - 10-36T

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Added reply in a thread MTB Tech Rumors and Innovation 8/24/2020 3:55 PM

So - build molds in China out of Carbon, name them Light Molds and, count the duckets? Or, just move your fat ass forward on the saddle, keep the change??

Added reply in a thread Would a Mullet bike set up make hitting jumps easier?? 8/18/2020 4:59 PM

Just go w/ 650b at both ends unless you respond if hearing someone yell 'Hoss!' or can dunk a basketball on your tip toes. This 'Mullet' bike idea will get binnacled after a season - they look ridiculous.

Added reply in a thread Would a Mullet bike set up make hitting jumps easier?? 8/18/2020 12:38 PM

Why'd having staggered wheel size become something to benefit lofting the bike? If anything, the bike with two wheels the same size would balance better - otherwise the bike makers would include a packet of reusable adhesive weights to make up for there ... more »

Added a comment about video MTB Suspension - Unsprung Weight Explained 7/14/2020 6:16 AM

Another gem.

Provided a rider stays neutral and offers absolutely no counter-input over the bike, the evidence is compelling.

Given laws of Inertia and, a smidge of bike handling ability makes conventional bicycle design much more palatable and fiscally minded.

What's next, variable-current magnet pedals and Ginger Infused Bike Saddles??

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