ctd07

  • Member since Nov 26, 2007
  • 61 Followers
  • Fraser Coast , Australia
  • Male / 28

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ctd07 tomgrundy's article
Apr 23, 2014 at 1:28
1 days
Video: Sam Reynolds Gets Rowdy
Fantastic video, loving Sam Reynolds edits!
ctd07 Knucklebox's article
Apr 18, 2014 at 1:30
Apr 18, 2014
Want to Win a Diamondback Mission Frameset?
So true, that's if they give anything away at all, heck its not like anyone would ever know!
ctd07 mikelevy's article
Apr 17, 2014 at 22:23
Apr 17, 2014
X-Fusion Trace RL2 Fork - Review
There are numerous different grades of thread locking compounds, a light compound would be fine to use on a bolt that small and would stop it coming loose without being hard to loosen, pretty ignorant point to make in a review tbh, albeit something the mfr should address in assembling the product
ctd07 redbullbike's article
Apr 17, 2014 at 16:24
Apr 17, 2014
Must Watch! Brandon Semenuk's Rad Company Trailer
Semenuk trying to keep up with Vink... Boom! Vinks the boss - This video looks epic :-)
ctd07 mikelevy's article
Apr 17, 2014 at 16:03
Apr 17, 2014
SRAM X01 Drivetrain - Review
... also lived in Queenstown for a couple of years riding downhill, jumps and rockgardens every day, drives me crazy the bull crap you hear spurted on Pb sometimes, as the Mrp guy said, if chainguides didn't work why would they still use them even in enduro!? It is basically impossible for your chain to come off unless you break the guide. Eg. Josh Bryceland at Pmb
ctd07 mikelevy's article
Apr 17, 2014 at 15:55
Apr 17, 2014
SRAM X01 Drivetrain - Review
Sorry I've used mrp, truvativ and e-13 guides for years and never had a single chain drop or jockey wheel seize, and that was living in England with lots of rain and mud... have no idea what you must be doing to make tour guides fail, or just not setting them up properly
ctd07 mikelevy's article
Apr 17, 2014 at 1:23
Apr 17, 2014
SRAM X01 Drivetrain - Review
All this technology and expense just to avoid using a chain guide that weighs very little, helps keep chain growth down and protects your sprocket seems a little crazy, I appreciate the marvel of innovation, but sometimes the simpler, more reliable designs are the true design master pieces, a chain guide basically never fails... ever... no matter what cassette or chainring you use...
ctd07 rasoulution's article
Apr 16, 2014 at 16:37
Apr 16, 2014
Red Bull Wide Open Preview
Although if Chase competes on a carbon Jekyll with Mattocs I'll watch just for the bike porn
ctd07 rasoulution's article
Apr 16, 2014 at 16:31
Apr 16, 2014
Red Bull Wide Open Preview
No Graves, Peat, Semenuk or Gwin? Would love to see them involved, Peaty was always a beast at 4x
ctd07 mikelevy's article
Apr 16, 2014 at 0:39
Apr 16, 2014
Sea Otter 2014 Randoms - Part 2
Wonder if the propedal helps when riding?
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