Friends don't let friends ride junk!!! We test what we sell, we sell what we like to ride...if we don't like it, we don't sell it and neither should you. nuff said.

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@CRAFTY-P: ha ha ha --- I forgot, I also have had one of those trail a bikes that I would use with my kids --- I took one of them mountian biking and although I didn't try to bunny hop with it (mostly cause it just doesn't work that way with a tag along), I didn't see a large branch that had fallen onto the trail until it was too late. I was able to get most of my bike over the limb but, Jack (my son) had no warning and he went sailing a good 2 feet into the air. held onto the bar and came slamming back down on the saddle with his belly. somehow able to ride it out until I came to a stop. kids

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May 29, 2016 at 13:49
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May 29, 2016 at 7:14
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I had a Burley cyclocross tandem, street riding with the wife. I went bunny hop a small, 8 to 10 inch curb... NOT... totally slammed right into it cause we weren't in sync. .at most, maybe got an inch off the ground. Still have teeth marks on my back from when the wife slammed into me

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May 29, 2016 at 5:21
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How To Climb With Lindsey Voreis - Video
good camera work --- it's often difficult to give the perspective of hill steepness in video
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May 29, 2016 at 3:56
22 hours way. That's a leap of faith. ..

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May 28, 2016 at 21:36
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27.5 vs 29er vs 27.5+ with Peaty, Warner, T-Mo and Friends - Video
@rideonjon: Wow Mr Jump to Conclusions --- if you want to get into a pissing match. so, I only got 10 years on ya but geez, you're pretty uptight to spout off a comment like that. I'll go into a tick more detail so you can better understand where I'm coming from. 1. single speed 29er vs big full squish --- yeah, I can pace the rider I'm talking about no trouble at all and I'm talking about a very specific spot not saying in general -- not talking about races, talking about just riding... the guy I was riding with was riding an Intense 951, bad ass bike, sweet ride too and he's a very good rider. There was hardly a time I could keep pace with him.. sometimes he was slowing me down. But again, we were riding a very specific trail. Not saying I'd take a rigid 29er over a full squish, just saying they don't give me any trouble. for 29ers, I prefer just a riding frame, front suspension it nice but, have zero problems just riding a silly light fully rigid bike. 2. I have been using SPD and flat pedals just as long as you. I'm willing to bet probably longer... been selling bikes since 1991, name of the shop is actually Pedal Shop (hence the screen name PedalShopLLC). I think I know a thing about pedals. Besides, you seriously cant say SPD are better for the knees over platform. That's one reason why so many companies offer different degrees of float. 3. I didnt go into it but yeah, I'm sure SPD's are part of cause for some of the knee problems I have these days. I also had a really bad wreck on a motocross bike when I was 19 -- F'd up my right knee really bad. sorta messed up my left knee cause I was forever over compensating, battling the pain in the right knee. I didn't go into it, I was also a hard core fixie rider for several years.. +/- 10.... did some hardcore single speeding XC races for about 6 as well. as in, when I raced, all I used was single speeders.. grand total, been riding single speeds for probably 20 years total (the whole time, using SPD's) 4. riding freerider and DH's with SPD's is also not good for the knees for same reason riding fixie isn't. it's that pulling motion when you're getting air of a trail feature. with a FR/DH, you have a 38, 39, 40lbs bike under you, yanking at the knees several times during any given ride any time you send the bike into the air. I don't like riding FR/DH with platforms ---- (several reasons why, I won't go into). 5. I didn't go into it but, I also work in an industry where I'm standing 6, 7, 8 hours, take a break and go for a ride ... I work hard, play even harder. **** for me, riding rigid vs riding suspension has no difference on the knees... I ride light, very light... it's the lower back might be more of a topic for which is better for the body.
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