JesseE

Don Valley loving Dad.
Don Vivant acquaintance.
Feeling good on RidingFeelsGood.com

Block user

Recent

Jan 20, 2017 at 8:59
5 hours
JesseE brianhunt's article
Jan 16, 2017 at 7:45
Jan 16, 2017
Emily Batty: A Tour of Where She Rides When She’s Home - Video
Yeah, everything right down to the music.
Jan 16, 2017 at 6:02
Jan 16, 2017
Selling
Jan 14, 2017 at 16:00
Jan 14, 2017

Lg Chromag Rootdown Frame & CK Headset + extras

$799 CAD
Original owner selling a my Large Rootdown frame with Chris King headset as well as Chromag Dolomite seatpost. I can throw in some brand new Maxxis Ardent F/Ikon R tires for 25 bucks, too. This bike has removable dropouts for both 142 and 135 (NO BOOST). Bike first hit the trails late July 2015 and is in great shape aside from usual scraps etc. It's a great bike and will take your riding up a level if you're on a more tradition xc bike. Asking 825 OBO (retail about 1150 before tax) http://www.chromagbikes.com/bikes/past-models/rootdown Happy riding! Jesse

JesseE AJBarlas's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 7:35
Jan 13, 2017
SUNringlé Charger Expert AL Wheelset - Review
@mhoshal: I totally agree. Carrying a tube is a necessity regardless of how good your tubeless set up may be. When I occassionally ride in more remote areas I'll bring a whole tire too, cause walking out 10k takes a long time. Tubeless tires are amazing, but not infallible. I always carry a backup tube. Still, I'd rather ride without tubes until disaster strikes. Nothing worse than getting a stupid pinch flat or something little stuck in your tire that you miss and then you get another flat 20min later and have no more spare tubes. I have had 1 flat in about 5 years and it was a big piece of glass. I'm a total tubeless convert (obviously)
JesseE AJBarlas's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 7:06
Jan 13, 2017
SUNringlé Charger Expert AL Wheelset - Review
@mhoshal: Everyone benefits from tubeless tires at lower pressures that offer more grip. If anything, I'd say people who shred like maniacs and get huge air are probably the only people who could benefit from a taller tire profile and higher pressures to avoid rims strikes. I ride like a dad and I love wider rims and softer tires. What's not to love about more grip and less squirm?
JesseE AJBarlas's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 5:15
Jan 13, 2017
SUNringlé Charger Expert AL Wheelset - Review
PB is broken. Moral of my long story: why the hell do companies still make skinny rims?
JesseE vernonfelton's article
Jan 12, 2017 at 18:35
Jan 12, 2017
Vernon Felton's Top 10 - Opinion
@fattyheadshok: woah it's like we're talking about bike parts right now.
JesseE vernonfelton's article
Jan 12, 2017 at 15:48
Jan 12, 2017
Vernon Felton's Top 10 - Opinion
@caribooyj: I got about 2 years out of mine. When the paper ran out I grabbed the metal filter and was disappointed. Decided to switch it up and grabbed a V60 cone & papers and never looked back. Better "bloom" and the filters are great. Ceramic cone lasts forever provided you don't drop it on the floor or something. back to my aeropress, I broke it out in a pinch a few months back and the rubber was hard as a rock and kinda sticky, it was weird. Had to use a lot of pressure and imagined an explosion. Next I might try a Chemex. Happy brewing dudes!
Load more...
You must login to Pinkbike.
Don't have an account? Sign up

Join Pinkbike  Login
Copyright © 2000 - 2017. Pinkbike.com. All rights reserved.
dv56 0.047971
Mobile Version of Website