- Member since Sep 26, 2003
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- Hertfordshire , United Kingdom
Apr 23, 2014 at 13:143 hours
Great working order, built onto a bike that didn't ever get the attention it deserved. steerer has been cut but is still a decent length, will check if needed.
cadge mikekazimer's article
Apr 10, 2014 at 10:32Apr 10, 2014
Results: Timed Training - Pietermaritzburg DH World Cup 1
Manons first split is up there even with the guys! With Rach looking uncertain I'd love to see Manon take the win here.
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Jan 10, 2014 at 14:50Jan 10, 2014
Jan 10, 2014 at 14:48Jan 10, 2014
Frame - dartmoor hornet 16", 2013 Fork - rockshox revelation rct3, tapered steerer, 2013 Wheels- front- dt swiss 5.1d on hope pro 2 Rear- mavic 721 on hope pro 2 Brakes- shimano xt ( 2011 I believe, new pads just fitted) Cranks - shimano saint Bb - superstar Shifter - shimano saint Mech - shimano saint ( non clutch ) Chain device - mrp g2 Seatpost - thompson elite Saddle - charge spoon Stem - thompson x4 Handlebar - superstar ( can't remember the model, cut down to 750mm and I think they're 23mm rise) Pedals - superstar nano techs Tyres - schwalbe hans dampfs but can change them for some high rollers if you like. Picture shows it set up singlespeed, the bike is currently being serviced so will get pictures when I've got it back.
cadge SteelCityMedia's article
Jul 15, 2013 at 11:52Jul 15, 2013
Video: Cotic/Steel City Media Enduro Team
That's definitely made me consider getting one!
Jul 3, 2013 at 10:11Jul 3, 2013
RockShox Pike - Review
Theres sod all place for anything other than a tapered steerer on a modern mtb, why would they compromise the design of a spangly new fork so it can still fit into a pre-historic standard headtube?
cadge geebeebee's article
May 10, 2013 at 12:47May 10, 2013
Video: Chris Akrigg - Five
Such a fucking badass. He's been a massive inspiration to me as long as I've been riding, from his old trials noir sections up to this. And on the topic of bike handling, he stopped riding trials competitions because he got bored, and they wouldn't let him ride without a brake, no normal person would even think about it, and we all know he would have won too!
cadge csponsel's article
Mar 28, 2013 at 14:07Mar 28, 2013
Opinion: Who Owns a Trail?
Im on the builders side of this discussion, and I although I dont have a problem with anyone turning up riding anything I build, there are certain things that will always piss me off. If someone turns up will im working on a section of track and moans, or even worse, tries to ride the section im working on. I will always say hi to anyone I see riding down the trails and they straight up ignore me. Last but no means least is anyone that cant ride a track and decides to try and change anything. At the end of the day there are people willing to put the work in and people that aren't, as I said, I have no problem people riding what I choose to build, but anyone that moans about a track ive spent months building in shit weather can go fuck themselves.
Dec 24, 2012 at 8:18Dec 24, 2012
Sam Hill Signs With Team CRC/Nukeproof
CRC are the largest bike shop in the world, they can easily afford his wages, especially as they just dropped 3 of their riders to bring him in. Best of luck to both of them though, it's just a matter of who takes his place at specialized?