“I’m a little bit saddened that Specialized Gravity thought that this was the fourth most important piece of information…”
WTB’s first foray into carbon rims is deep and stiff – and they may not require a second mortgage to pay them off…
“Normally a Negroni – made with Gin, Tequilla, Bourbon, or etc – is a tasty, if a bit sweet, 1:1:1 beverage…”
The smooth Italian lines are one attraction of Formula’s ROR brakes, but the ovoid pistons provide more than just an interesting shape…
“Drops do occur on occasion. In my experience it’s usually at the least desirable times, ie during a race run…”
” Are we guiding the sport? Or are we just another arm that can be used to sell people shit that they don’t really need…”
“Internal routing looks cleaner and it seems fine for shifters but the rear brake line often bangs around and swapping brakes becomes an ordeal…”
“I pointed my bike downhill and half rode, half skied my way back to my house…”
True Precision’s hubs roll without even a whisper but they engage with virtually no hesitation – does that mean they are delicate and complicated?
“It’s easy to feel inadequate if you aren’t slaying foreign trail with a Red Bull in one hand and a Gopro in the other…”
This line gives me nightmares and I’ve never seen it in person – but Kyle Mears steps up and rides it a Billy Goat…
Todd’s list is simple: a tool and a trail. But what a trail and tool they are.
Tim’s put together a worthy stack of both things and experiences that stood out this year.
Tim’s holding out for some more power and some explanations this holiday season.