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AaGro davidarthur's article
May 1, 2015 at 5:26
May 1, 2015
AaGro davidarthur's article
May 1, 2015 at 5:25
May 1, 2015
Gore Bike Wear ALP-X PRO 2in1 Shorts+ - Review
I'm sure he's a fantastic rider, and I'm also sure he's not as big of a Fred as you've made him look, and yes, I'm sure he's faster than me...BUT... You should owe gore money and beers for using him as the model. He makes the shorts and the people who where them unfuckable.
AaGro mikelevy's article
May 1, 2015 at 5:14
May 1, 2015
First Look: Easton Heist Wheels
Ha-ha! Ignores 26 for new standards...obsolete next year because boost is here. Seems fair.
AaGro RichardCunningham's article
Apr 23, 2015 at 6:53
Apr 23, 2015
Under the Radar at Sea Otter
And they are ugly as snot!
AaGro mikelevy's article
Apr 19, 2015 at 8:11
Apr 19, 2015
Legit, Commencal, Mongoose - Sea Otter 2015
Website for Legit Engineering anybody? I was by the praxis booth on Friday and they said they couldn't make a functioning threaded BB insert for BB92. Very interested to see this and bummed I missed them at sea otter
AaGro SCOTT-Sports's article
Apr 16, 2015 at 6:30
Apr 16, 2015
N1NO- Huntforglory Chapter 1
Impressive intensity across all of his training. I'd be interested in seeing the charts (power, VO2 and related data) from that last exertion. Post those in next time for us physiology geeks.
AaGro redbullbike's article
Apr 13, 2015 at 7:44
Apr 13, 2015
Video: Gwin's Winning Run
Agree completely. Hard to complain about free, but would have loved to see the ride between splits 1 & 2.
AaGro Fox-Head-Inc's article
Apr 2, 2015 at 7:42
Apr 2, 2015
Video: McCaul and Voreis Launch the 2015 Fox Head AM Range
Don't get me wrong, I like their shorts a lot so I'm not a hater, but the flux sucks as a helmet. So they changed the colors, woot! Still has the shitty two handed adjustment, same crap pads that wear out after a month of riding, and out-dated shell shape - oh yeah, visor adjustable? Sure you can have it on or off. There are so many better choices out there.
AaGro julianabicycles's article
Mar 11, 2015 at 7:45
Mar 11, 2015
Juliana Bicycles Launches New Juliana-SRAM Pro Team
It's not obvious, and it's a fair question. Here is a more useful answer. Mostly the Juliana line is spec'd at a lower cost of entry than the regular line - from their rep, "their are less women out there willing to drop $10k on a bike than men". With shorter cranks, a women's specific handlebar and grips (the bar tapers to a narrower circumference at the ends - very cool but requires you to run SC grips), a different saddle, lighter duty tires, and maybe a few other bits that I forgot. And let's not forget the colorways. Around here, I see more female riders on actual SC bikes than Juliana but, like I said that may change in the future.
AaGro julianabicycles's article
Mar 11, 2015 at 7:17
Mar 11, 2015
Juliana Bicycles Launches New Juliana-SRAM Pro Team
For much the same reason that we buy from smaller local companies...Santa Cruz is doing something cool by creating a sub-brand for women, with female specific input, marketing, and industry jobs. Sure, for now, the same bike with Santa cruz branding will have a better resale value, but given time...who knows? It will be interesting to see how much the female side of the industry grows.
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