I bought a new bike late last year, and I am really happy with my choice. I got lots of good feedback from experienced riders, friends, and the Internet. I logged quite a few hours on manufacturer sites, magazine sites, MTBR, and other websites in my research, but I still felt that there were some holes in the information available on the web.
Someone here posted a video about the Shimano Vs. Sram drivetrains, and I thought that there should be more stuff like that available.
What do you all think about the type of information that is available and what do you think would be cool to have access to? As a web designer / developer, I am always looking for opportunities, and it appears that there is a pretty large gap in the world of cycling as far as what can be found online.
For example, I was thinking that it could be helpful to see specific numbers detailing suspension / frame effeciency - numbers that identify power output (wattage) and pedal-induced bob and seeing how different bikes compare on standard, empirical tests.