I admit, I am completely addicted to the Radavist website, checking daily for updates. As a cyclist and a photographer, myself, it doesn't get much better!Honestly its not enough to satisfy my thirst…Continue
"It depends on the mud. I ran all season CX1 last year with zero drops. At cx nats however, on the Monday re-schedule day during the practice two juniors, both with Wolf tooth rings, had repeated drops right in front of the pits.…"
What is everyone's thoughts on using single narrow / wide chainrings in muddy CX race conditions (vs. a standard single chainring with bashguard)? I like the idea of narrow / wide chainrings in dry conditions, because it is much harder to drop a chain (if you bang the rear wheel on a barrier or the ground). Interbike is showing a bunch of upcoming design changes to single narrow / wide chainrings that will help with the problem of the chain being clogged with mud (but they are not out yet).i.e.…See More
"wolftooth chainrings are the real deal when it comes to not dropping a chain. i have tried all other methods leading up their ring with mixed to disappointment. The rings work in all conditions of wet, sloppy thick mud, to even when its dry and you…"
I admit, I am completely addicted to the Radavist website, checking daily for updates. As a cyclist and a photographer, myself, it doesn't get much better!Honestly its not enough to satisfy my thirst for cycling goodness. What other, similar cycling related websites and blogs do you guys recommend (besides CX Magazine of course, which is an addiction unto itself)?Site: http://theradavist.com/ Facebook:…See More
"Does anyone have a link to the full replay of these 2 CX races from this weekend:
Superprestige Cyclocross at Hoogstraten Videos - Sunday February 8
Bpost Bank Trophy Cyclocross at Lille Videos - Saturday February 7
I can only find the highlights:…"
"the thing with infinite loop recording is that it needs to stop at the right time. If you forget to stop it in the heat of the moment or worse (incapacitated) you get the last hour of arguing or paramedics..."