All bikes have a story behind them, and for many of the bikes I ride daily, that story is Andy Jacques-Maynes!
I really like the Riddler as a rear tire in the summer time, as dry, dusty trails are even more fun at higher speeds.
Fiercely flexing my grandfather’s old cap, I braved the winter cold and filmed this in my garage shop-in-progress back in early February of 2018. I had ridden the bike only minimally since I first built it up for the Mojo 3 launch video back in 2016.
It’s been six months since I swapped my medium Mojo 3 to a size large- but the changes in this episode made for the biggest improvements in the bike thus far!
Ibis had no chance to simply mirror what the Asian factories are doing, as those processes are HIGHLY labor intensive. Ibis instead thought about how they could make the process within their own limitations, and to do that, they had to be as efficient and automated as possible.
Mountain bikers have traditionally been stuck with a bit of a dilemma: set the saddle high enough to provide proper pedaling efficiency, and lose a ton of descending confidence, or set the post low enough to allow for rad jumps, but then be relegated to standing for all extended pedaling sections. Alas- the dropper seat post was invented!
The newest Kendall V Kendall podcast is out now!
WTB’s Volt saddle is a great example of why understanding saddle width is key in order to find what saddle will be most comfortable for you.
Here are six easy steps to set up the Fox Float X2 rear mountain bike shock correctly!
Join me as I open this box and take my first views of the Ibis Ripmo!!!