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Pink Bike - Bike Check - Article - Brendan Fairclough's Scott Gambler

Bike Details
Frame: 2020 Scott Gambler Tuned, size large
Shock: Fox X2 with 525 in/lb spring
Fork: Fox 49 fork, 85 PSI
Wheels: ENVE M9 rims 29'' front, 27.5" rear, Chris King hubs
Tires: Maxxis Minion DHR, 25 PSI
Drivetrain: DMR Axe cranks, 165mm, DMR Blade 36T chainring, TRP G Spec DH7 der/shifter
Brakes: TRP G Spec DH

Cockpit: Deity Intake DM 50mm stem, Deity BF800, 30mm rise bars cut to 780mm, DMR Deathgrips
Pedals: DMR Vault

Pink Bike - Bike Check
Pink Bike - Pivot Switchblade - Article - First Ride

"Pivot's popular Switchblade model has undergone a significant revision for 2020. Most noticeably, the travel has increased to 142mm, up from 135mm, and the shock is now vertically oriented in the frame. There have been geometry updates as well, in order to help the Switchblade remain firmly in that aggressive trail category."

Pink Bike - First Ride
Lezyne - Smart Connect Tutorial

Follow these instructions to pair a Lezyne Smart Connect LED to a compatible Lezyne GPS computer.
1. Select “Smart Connect” from the Main Menu.
2. Choose Combo, Front or Rear (Note: If the Front and Rear are linked, they will only show up under “Combo”). To link a combo, use the Lezyne LED Ally app
3. Let the GPS scan. (Note: If the light(s) are currently paired with another GPS Device or the LED Ally phone app, they will not show up. Disconnect or move away from signal range first.)
4. Select the light you want to pair with.
5. Your light(s) are now paired. To connect a different light, go back to this page and click the "Press to Disconnect" option first and start the pairing process over again.
Note — When turning your GPS device back on you will be asked to reconnect to your lights. This is necessary so the device does not unknowingly power on your Smart Connect lights.

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Pink Bike - DMR SLED - Article - Ben Deakin's 2020 SLED

"Camouflaged DMR Sled which doesn't do a great job of hiding itself amongst the halls of the Core Bike Show. The bike is an homage to Ben's days in the Royal Marines and is complete with a dog tag headtube badge. Ben now has a complete fleet of custom bikes after being reunited with his Miami Vice bike that got stolen in December."

Pink Bike - DMR SLED - Article - Ben Deakin's 2020 SLED
The Red Lantern - Article - Kinesis G2

"The G2 really is a go-to bike. If you could only own one bike, then you could do a lot worse than picking the G2. It really shines on rides with a mix of surfaces (think 50/50 on and off road). Its light, comfortable and quick. The frame is worthy of upgrading, and I will be looking at fitting some GRX ready for its second season on the gravel."

The Red Lantern - Article - Kinesis G2

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