The reason he posts links here is one-fold. He collects more hits on his site. It has many names, many people do it (self included), the trick is to use tact, and actually post something that is useful and perhaps pertainent to someone elses agenda (other than constantly serving your own).PeanutButterBreath said:And then he posts them in a discussion forum with no apparent intent of discussing anything
Spam, at least the type that is of concern with being locked by MTBR mods/admins, involves something for sale. Pvd is selling nothing, therefore he is exempt.xmynameisdan said:MODS
How is this not spam? Every forum that I've read locks and/or delete this type of post. Tis spam and nothing else.
Hey! I have different front and rear brake levers! And I have different brand upper and lower headset cups! You say'in bike aint quality?Sparticus said:[*] Mis-matched brake levers have no place on a quality bicycle.
[*]Nor do mis-matched headset cups.
[*]That is not a singlespeed.[/LIST]
With tied & soldered (and twist-lacing also... which came from BMX but then moved to DH mtbs by virtue of that XC bikes too) the locking has more to do with keeping the spokes from going someplace should one break in usage. A spoke into the frame/fork leg probably won't stop the bike, but it might damage something else in the process (like your leg).nbrennan said:who would want their spokes "locked"?