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chrishamiton trek's article
Jan 20, 2016 at 9:15
Jan 20, 2016
MUST WATCH: Cam McCaul in the Sweet Morning Light - Video
Im glad you made it off the chair lift!
chrishamiton mikelevy's article
Jan 4, 2016 at 7:49
Jan 4, 2016
Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert Carbon 6Fattie - Review
I put a 24" 3.0 on the back of my first Chromag stylus and ran a 26" 2.5 on a marz 66 on the front, 10 years ago. This bike was able to smooth out the trail way better than my rootdown 29" 2.4. Hint to specialized; a smaller tire width on the front will improve steering. Motocross has done this from the start because it works.
chrishamiton paulaston's article
Dec 23, 2015 at 17:10
Dec 23, 2015
Snow Show - Les Gets Bike Park to Reopen This Saturday
I rode the Coast Gravity Park on Sunday. Its open all year long. Canadian dollar is way down vs the USd or the euro so Canada is the place to go. We were the only ones booked in and had the place to ourselves with a few locals. There is record snow 1000 feet above the park but the not a flake to be seen on the trails. Couldn't find any braking bumps either.
chrishamiton RichardCunningham's article
Jun 10, 2015 at 19:42
Jun 10, 2015
1 Question - What Product, Event or Trend has had the Greatest Effect Upon the Sport this Millennium?
Josh Bender and BMX. Both of these events were instrumental in showing us how big and hard you could ride. It's been a really long time since there was anything in Mountain biking which was not a tiny incremental improvement or bar raiser. I have always felt ripped off by the "mountain bike companies". I think right now though, the price and quality of the lower end bikes from the larger bike companies is matching or surpassing the skills of the average rider. The "trickle down" of technology and manufacturing is finally happening and it's cost effective. This, by the way, happened in sports like motocross in 1987 when Honda put a 19" wheel on the back of their CR instead of an 18"er. I think they had already introduced the rising rate linkage to the standard single pivot swing arm by then too( which is just making it out to probably half the mtb bikes out there today). Maybe its just letting us ride ski hills in the summer and building trails with excavators...
chrishamiton Chromagbikes's article
May 28, 2015 at 6:26
May 28, 2015
Video: Who Says Hard Tails Don't Shred?
Just before my son was born 10 years ago, I built up my trusty stylus. For a very long time it was my only bike. We used to joke that it was the Nomad hard tail. You can ride them anywhere on anything. Lately I'm on a ss Rootdown and its pretty much the same idea. You will be so happy with this frame and you will have it for a very long time. Smart buy
chrishamiton OneUpComponents's article
May 19, 2015 at 19:06
May 19, 2015
Video: Fairweather Riding With James Doerfling
I hiked that granite about a month ago walking the dog in the rain and there is no way I could have imagined that you are supposed to ride it that fast.
chrishamiton roseoakhill's article
May 6, 2015 at 19:44
May 6, 2015
What Are People Riding? - Whistler Opening Weekend
I think I was the only guy who ran a fully stock ride, reflectors still on the pedals. New el cheap O Aurum. No need to up grade a thing.
chrishamiton leelau's article
May 16, 2014 at 21:42
May 16, 2014
Discussion: The Pussification Of Trails
I rode that trail about 2-3 weeks ago out of the blue in the rain...Holy Crap!!! huejo or whatever its called and the one up above that...Beside bony elbows but not larvacide... Pretty hard to change that trail to make it easier. Some times old lines and trails need to be changed, it's sad to see the classics go.
Sep 8, 2013 at 10:29
Sep 8, 2013
Still have the fork?
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Jun 2, 2013 at 21:34
Jun 2, 2013

Hammerschmidt 175mm am

$425 CAD
Brand new...did not fit on my new Chromag... Comes with the new shifter as well. 24 tooth set up.

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