I just want to bike some rides.
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Nov 29, 2015 at 20:49Nov 29, 2015
Home is Loam - Video
Great video, my new fave.
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Nov 21, 2015 at 7:41Nov 21, 2015
Chris Kovarik Goes Full Mad Max on the M16C - Video
AHHHH, Boys and Girls I think we may have all missed the most important fact about this video. Hes wearing full sleeves !!
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I am selling my 2014 mukluk 2 gold in color. I have upgraded to a carbon fork. the rear hub is a Hope pro2 fat bike hub. Race face Turbine cranks. It will have Sram DB5 hydro brakes. I set it up as a 1x10 shimano slx drive train. 24 tooth ring in the front, 11-36 cassette in the back. I have a set of Surly NATE tires with studs I could sell as well, they would be an extra 300$. There is 120 studs in the front and 80 in the rear tire.
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Trek Domane 5.9 CARBON frame 54 CM, black and grey. Bike is in Mint condition has hardly been ridden since I built it up. Features: - Full Ultegra parts including wheels. Except front Shifter/brake lever, it is a Shimano 105 - 46cm wide bars - 25c width Bontrager hardcase tires (extreme puncture resistance) - Price does NOT include pedals. I am also selling a set of rollers and a second set of tires, as well as a trainer tire which we can.
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Jun 10, 2015 at 21:05Jun 10, 2015
Shimano XTR Trail Drivetrain - Review
so I am trying out a Sram X1 drive train this season and so far am not loving or hating it. BUT, the chain is a piece of crap. I have had to straighten links bend the edges back down to flush multiple times now. Im at the point I check it after every ride. Now I know some of you may think "well jack ass learn to shift". If I was your normal pedal masher ID say thats a valid point. How ever I feel I am a very competent Shifter. I have used Shimano chains and shifting most of my life and have never had any issues with any of there chains. The edges of a shimano chain have never started peeling away from the pins, and under normal use work nearly flawlessly. As for quick links.....Im biting my tongue, covering my mouth and all around at a loss. These pieces are with out a doubt the worst way to ever connect your chain together. When a quick link chain breaks( And it will) it almost always happens at the worn out quick link. I say that carefully. New quick links aren't horrible, they do there job, but after a few months of riding become lose and fall apart. Im sure Mr Levy is a decent shifter, and mechanic. I question why, when he says he doesn't care for having to use a shimano pin each time he breaks his chain. If the chain is installed correctly from the start, with a proper pin, they work very well. if you are doing a trail side repair and don't have a pin, well carry at least one. I guess what Im getting at whats the difference between using a quick link as a repair or a chain pin? If the chain requires some thing specific to work at top form why not just do that. To be fair I am a shimano fan boy. I am giving sram a go after nearly 15 years of just watching it from the side lines. It shifts. It gets to the gear I want to be in. its loud, its clunky, but feels solid. Comparing it to my 1 up converted xt drive train, which is quiet, smooth and thus far has never damaged a chain. Its a bit of a let down. I do like the wider range of gears. 11 to 9 teeth doesn't seem like much but being spun out on my favourite Down hill and knowing some one else on Strava is going faster then me just hurts.
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May 20, 2015 at 15:13May 20, 2015
Enduro World Series Round 2 Fantasy Contest - Win a GT Sanction
Women: 1.) Anne Caroline Chausson 2.) Tracy Mosely 3.) Anneke Beerten Men 1.) Jerome Clementz 2.Fabien Barel 3.)nico Lau
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