Sorry for being a bit dense, but can you please explain what do you mean by "positive feeling” when describing pedals?
Thanks for another extensive dropper review.
A question for the master, can a Wintek cartridge dropper lift the bike by the saddle safely?
Then maybe you shouldn't write:"On the surface, all that changed was the width and the added option of a black bar. In reality, there’s more to it."
So what have changed beside the color and the width?
Thanks for the info, looks like they are worth a try.
I'm more interested in how it compares to DHFs and DHRs, than how it compares to the discontinued previous model which I've never ridden.
would you also say that you hope that riders new to downhilling or bike park riding realize while they're getting assisted getting up the hill, there's nothing assisting their skills to get them back down?
I can tell you that riding up trail in a e-bike requires more skill and fitness than a chairlift or a shuttle.
Just because someone decides to spend most their time and energy on descending rather than climbing, doesn't make them less of a mountain biker/
you barely talked to the guy yet you know what sort of experience he is chasing (and coincidentally it is the same as yours...) .
Were you born with ESP, or is it something you can teach me?
Thanks for the breathability data, for me and other riders in warm climates that is one of the most important helmet parameters.
One friend has in addition to a FF, an original Giro Switchblade. He wears it, instead of a XC style helmet, for light riding in hot weather.
My friends and I use Parachute, Super 2R and original switchblade. Our main
reason for these helmets is ventilation. If We didn't need it we would use
standard FF helmets throughout the year.
So which ones are the best ventilated?
My experiance when running 200mm forks on a Cove G-spot FR with 6″ rear travel was that the rear end struggled handling rough stuff that didn't phase the fork.
Great article that shows thinking out of the box!
Sorry, but it sounds to me like people who wants to put progress on hold just because their horded equipment might loose value.
anyone really stopped using a bike because they couldn't get some old
part to maintain it? I believe you can still buy any old standard part
you look for, and it will probably be cheaper than it was.