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Canadmos suspended-productions's photo
Apr 20, 2014 at 16:45
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Yeah. Lets get some of your pictures in a bigger resolution. They would look great.

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Canadmos ChrisRicciVideo's article
Dec 14, 2013 at 13:24
Dec 14, 2013
Video: Whistler - Remy Metailler
You know its a good video when you immediately watch it a second or third time.
Dec 14, 2013 at 12:13
Dec 14, 2013

Shimano SLX Chain Rings w/ All Hardware - Brand New

$50 CAD
Brand new set of Shimano SLX chain rings for sale. Never used. Came from a set of Shimano SLX FC-m660-10 cranks. Ring Sizes: 42t - 32t - 24t -Never used -Comes with all the hardware -Clean -Black for extra stealth -These will for sure make you faster on the trail, so buy them I will also consider a trade that is bike related. Something like brake pads (Sram Elixir), Fox 36mm fork seals, tires etc. Open to a straight up trade or a trade plus cash. Prefer to make a local sale, but will ship anywhere in Canada.

Canadmos LamaCycles's article
Nov 6, 2013 at 17:12
Nov 6, 2013
Video: The Lamas Season Ender
I agree with what most people on here are saying. You can definitely ride Bromont on a smaller bike, but you won't last as long and you definitely will risk hurting the bike more. You need that extra bit of give that a downhill bike offers for those really steep rocky parts, which Bromont has plenty of. It might be safe to say, that tire choice is a little bit more important than the bike you are riding. I rode my Banshee Spitfire there this summer and while it handled it okay, I was definitely feeling very beat up by the end of the day (and judging by how my bike felt, so did it). I've ridden Bromont plenty of times on a downhill bike and it is just so much more fun and you can do more laps of the park without feeling like you've been through a washing machine. On the smaller bike, I was a lot more tentative rolling up to all the rocky bits. You just never know which way you might ping pong through the rocks with so little suspension. On the downhill bike, you can usually just point into the forest and hold on...and hopefully come out the other side in one piece. Either way though, Bromont is just an awesome place to ride. No matter what bike you bring. There are super technical trails, more wide open trails and even some cross country trails. The atmosphere is amazing, I challenge anyone to not have fun there. Where else can you ride the bike park all day, roll down to the parking lot and have lunch and a few beers, lock up the bikes and walk right into the waterpark to cool off after a long day? After that, drop the bikes off wherever you are staying and head to the Brouemont for some awesome beers, food and quality service.
Canadmos basmajor's article
Nov 1, 2013 at 21:06
Nov 1, 2013
Video: Team Cycle Neron/Specialized in Bromont
Bromont is anything but groomed...
Nov 1, 2013 at 6:39
Nov 1, 2013
Canadmos TransitionBikeCompany's photo
Oct 28, 2013 at 15:06
Oct 28, 2013
Nice rug.

Oct 17, 2013 at 16:43
Oct 17, 2013
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