Added a comment about press release Glasgow and Scotland To Host Inaugural UCI Cycling World Championships in 2023 2/9/2019 4:08 AM

I'm sure it would destroy riders, but how about a Cycling World Champion crowned during these events? Points based system, similar to Crankworx. DH, XCE, road, indoor, marathon, track and gran fondo. One Global Cycling World Champ. It would definitely end that debate about which cycling format is better, or make it worse.

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Added a comment about press release Athertons Reveal Team Lineup and Show More of New Bike 2/1/2019 9:04 AM

They probably bought them super cheap off from ebay, or they're still waiting for the XTR stuff to arrive.
All kidding aside, are they sticking with the unofficial Sram drivetrain or will there be a later announcement about a drive sponsor?

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Added reply in a thread 2019 Racing Rumors 1/25/2019 12:02 PM

Blacked out Hope cranks? No crank deal or just what they had lying around?

Added a comment about press release ATHERTONS START BIKE BRAND 1/25/2019 7:10 AM

Those are Trickstuff brakes, not the TRP listed in the article

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Added a comment about feature Aaron Gwin's Size XL Intense M29 with Kenda Tires - Intense Factory Racing 2019 Unveiled 1/23/2019 3:59 AM

Gwin to aluminum bar instead of the carbon?

Read this in a different article. "All of the riders' bikes, including Aaron's, were fitted with Hellkat Pro tires on both ends, That said, however, Gwin has reportedly had contractual agreements with his tire suppliers that allow him to ride another brand until that maker can supply competitive rubber."
Is that just about his first year with Onza, running blacked out Maxxis or will he be running blacked out tires again this year?

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Added reply in a thread 2019 Racing Rumors 1/22/2019 6:03 AM

Looks to be a Kenda Hellkat tire and Mallet pedals. Does Jack use Crank Bros? Any idea on the shifter? TRP, Sram?

Added reply in a thread 2019 Racing Rumors 1/10/2019 9:18 AM

Check out those grips on the Trek Factory release, it's definitely gotta be Gwin back with Trek!!!!! (extremely sarcastic)

Added a comment about video Inside the Helmet - Overcoming Odds at the 2018 Red Bull Rampage 12/15/2018 6:12 AM

I was hoping this was about sensors being in the helmets and talking about impact and various forces on the rider's heads and helmets. Guess I took the title too literal. Good clip either way

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Added a comment about press release Introducing 'The Message' – Trailing Multi-Link Front Suspension from Trust Performance 10/25/2018 5:24 PM

The price tag will initially put me off, but I would definitely love to try one before I say anything about it. Is there a way to demo one? I'd consider dropping that much cash when the need for a new fork comes, but not without a thorough trial

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Added reply in a thread The Patent Thread - New and Wild Mountain Bike Inventions 10/9/2018 6:30 PM

I thought the same thing, but in other pictures the non-drive side sprocket is connected to the main suspension pivot, which is also a driveshaft that connects via chain to the cassette. Where do people learn to write like that? Patents are an entirely ... more »

Added a comment about feature The Inside Line Podcast - Jared Graves 10/8/2018 10:09 AM

Less than 7 minutes in and I already have chills. Makes you really take a moment and think about how much people ignore and brush aside when it come to our bodies. You never really know when "nothing" is actually something. We're all pulling for ya Jared

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Liked a comment on the item The Inside Line Podcast - Kyle Warner 8/30/2018 11:03 AM

So stoked for this! I remember meeting Kyle as he was rolling up to BME’s in CO with a tiny truck full of bikes and a giant grin. Such an inspiration for what the sport should be.

Liked a comment on the item The Inside Line Podcast - Kyle Warner 8/30/2018 11:03 AM

So stoked for this! I remember meeting Kyle as he was rolling up to BME’s in CO with a tiny truck full of bikes and a giant grin. Such an inspiration for what the sport should be.

Added a comment about feature A Better XTR? Vital Rides the New Shimano M9100 Group in Crested Butte 7/27/2018 4:40 AM

The driver is license free, for hub manufacturers to make compatible hubs that utilize the drive body. I'm not sure that the X-Dome cassette interface is free to use for cassette manufacturers. I'm only basing that on this article I read a while back. I don't use Sram drivetrains, as I don't like their shifters so I don't know which manufacturers makes XD compatible cassettes.
https://www.bikemag.com/gear/components/shimano-unveils-next-xtr/
"After all, SRAM had been exclusively using Shimano's HG freehub body until it introduced XD. And XD is open source, so why couldn't Shimano use it? Because SRAM's cassette-mounting interface, for which XD was specifically designed, is not open source, and it’s not for sale. That's why.

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Added a comment about feature A Better XTR? Vital Rides the New Shimano M9100 Group in Crested Butte 7/26/2018 11:19 AM

I absolutely agree with you on the merits of eagle and new standards, but business wise, there is no denying they cashed in with the XD driver. I'm not by any means saying that was the intent, just a very nice perk for a bunch of years

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Added a comment about feature A Better XTR? Vital Rides the New Shimano M9100 Group in Crested Butte 7/26/2018 10:21 AM

How many years did it take Sram to come up with 12s on the current freehub standard? No way they would've been cashing in on a proprietary design this entire time. That doesn't make sense. Probably safer to say that Shimano and Sram had and have 12 and more speed designs utilizing current freehub standards. But what's their financial gain with going that route?

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Added reply in a thread #RIDEMTBDAY 7/20/2018 5:19 AM

This has to be a giant MTB corporate conspiracy to get us riders to buy more stuff. All of the new "standard" parts have been designed to fail at the same time (today), and by making it seem like a harmless, fun-filled day in the woods, we're unknowingly ... more »

Added a comment about photo PIT BITS - Andorra World Cup - Luca Shaw's Santa Cruz V10 7/12/2018 1:49 PM

Do riders get new tubes every time they get damaged, or is it like every race, or something else?

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