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CustardCountry mikelevy's article
Jul 25, 2015 at 0:52
Jul 25, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: XC, EWS or World Cup DH?
Can't choose between EWS and DH.
CustardCountry mikekazimer's article
Jul 24, 2015 at 5:14
Jul 24, 2015
Acre Traverse Shorts - Review
It's a shame that those cheap Asian/Pacific labourers are good at making stuff compared to American manufacturers
Added 3 photos to Transition-Covert
Jul 23, 2015 at 7:21
Jul 23, 2015
Selling
Jul 23, 2015 at 7:07
Jul 23, 2015

Transition Covert

$1500 GBP
For sale 2013 Transition Covert (26) Colour - Yellow Size - Small Frame - 2013 Covert Fork - Fox 34 CTD Kashima (TF Tuned) Shock - Fox Float CTD BV Kashima (TF Tuned) Headset - Nukeproof War Head (sealed) Rear Mech - SRAM X9 Type 2 (10 speed) Front Mech - SRAM X7 Shifters - SRAM X7 Cassette - SRAM PG 1050 (11-36) Chain guide - E13 Trs Cranks - SRAM S1400 (24/36) Bars - Kore Durox 740mm Stem - Truvativ AKA 60mm Brakes - Shimano Zee Wheelset - Revolution 25 Tyres - Minion DHF/Nobby Nic Seat post - Reverb Saddle - Pro Atherton Ti Bike has been protected by Invisiwrap and Bike wrap since new. No dents or cracks to the frame and stantions are free from any damage or wear. Bike is regularly serviced and bearings were changed in January. Bike will be sold with original wheels and not those on the picture. Will also sell with a pair of dual ply Wet Screams and dual ply Minions. £1500 No Trades

CustardCountry paulaston's article
Jul 22, 2015 at 7:20
Jul 22, 2015
Charge Bikes - An interview with Ash Clark
I still don't understand why bike companies have spent the last few years telling us that fitting a fatter tyre to a 26 wheel won't be beneficial nor will it give us any of the advantages of a 650b/27.5 bike (even making it worse/slower/heavier etc than standard 26 tyres) and yet now they are telling us that fitting a larger tyre to a 650b bike will not only give you a diameter similar to a 29 but it'll make it the best thing ever ridden. Not sure if I'm just too cynical to believe all this or if it's all some nefarious scheme cooked up by bike companies to make keyboard warrior spend their money
CustardCountry mikekazimer's article
Jun 26, 2015 at 3:21
Jun 26, 2015
Camelbak, Smith, Sombrio - Press Camp 2015
Had several set of their shorts, and although faded my 07 Pinner shorts are still going strong (unlike many other brands I've owned), their jerseys seem to last as well. Looking forward to seeing their new stuff in the flesh.
CustardCountry The4XProTour's article
May 25, 2015 at 9:38
May 25, 2015
Results: 4X Pro Tour Winterberg
I love 4X, it's great to watch. I just wish they had had the support and funding to build tracks that really showed off the potential (there's been a few) with rocks, roots, etc. I know that most are too rough for a BMX but in a lot of videos the footage makes them look smooth. Maybe it'll get a resurgence in the future and will be allowed to reach it's full potential. It was awesome that you could pretty much watch the whole race from top to bottom unlike DH. And I love the head to head format
CustardCountry mikekazimer's article
May 14, 2015 at 7:52
May 14, 2015
7iDP Covert Knee Pads - Review
Same here. Only problem is I'm down to the last pair in my stockpile and can't seem to find anything to replace them with. Have tried most other brands (and 661 pads) and they just don't compare
CustardCountry davidarthur's article
May 4, 2015 at 8:21
May 4, 2015
Rose Uncle Jimbo 2 - Review
They say the Guide brakes have been well received. But isn't the problem with Avid/SRAM that the brakes always work well from new but tend to dissolve after about 12-18 months? I used to defend them until I switched to a pair of XTs and now would never go back.
CustardCountry cmac's article
Apr 28, 2015 at 6:34
Apr 28, 2015
Video: Checking Out Some Sweet Rides With Tippie Part 3
Yeah, one of the few guys on the circuit willing to speak the truth about the freestyle scene rather than bleat the company words verbatim. Andreu Lacondaguy is another not afraid to say how it is.
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