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jojotherider1977 Pixelbanger's video
May 28, 2015 at 16:51
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Thanks man. Ended up just doing laps on the bottom section with a guy I met there. It was actually kind of fun. We did shuttle to the top on the last run. That to section is so much fun.

jojotherider1977 Pixelbanger's video
May 27, 2015 at 23:02
1 days
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sweet vid and bike. How long is that climb from where you parked your car at the bottom to where you dropped in? I was thinking about checking out this trail. I shuttled it a couple years ago to the top, but I wasn't ever paying attention to how far I had to go. Also, do you think its easy enough for a car to get around Cap Forest?

May 26, 2015 at 23:20
2 days
jojotherider1977 deityusa's article
May 21, 2015 at 12:45
May 21, 2015
First Look: Deity Launches New Line of Compact Stems
What about the TMac pedals?!?!?!?
jojotherider1977 RichardCunningham's article
May 20, 2015 at 9:25
May 20, 2015
First Look: Lindarets ReMount Remote Dropper Adapter
I'm torn right now. One the one hand, I hope I have that same experience and it lasts. On the other hand, I kind of want to sell it now that its working. I just think it'll be a case of the grass always being greener. There's always the potential for issues no matter what hydraulic adjustable post you're looking at.
jojotherider1977 pinkbikeaudience's article
May 19, 2015 at 21:34
May 19, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: How Much is my Bike Worth, Can my Wheel be Saved and What Bike to Ride at Forest of Dean
maybe he was referring to the low-income food-service professionals as opposed to the high-income food-professionals. I work in corporate software America and I am eyeballing 26-wheel racing bikes. You have to have a lot of disposable income to buy newer bikes without taking on debt.
jojotherider1977 RichardCunningham's article
May 19, 2015 at 11:44
May 19, 2015
First Look: Lindarets ReMount Remote Dropper Adapter
My point is that I'm not hard on a seat post. I sit on it. Even when I store it in the garage, I leave the seat fully extended so there's no additional pressure on the seals. I don't pick up the bike by the seat unless the post is fully extended.
jojotherider1977 RichardCunningham's article
May 19, 2015 at 10:45
May 19, 2015
First Look: Lindarets ReMount Remote Dropper Adapter
You're saying I shouldn't sit on my saddle while I'm on a long climb? The first ride I had it on, it started to sad and act like a suspension post. rebuilt it and was able to get a few rides in over the winter. Then the actuator line inside the post got stretched and the post wouldn't go down. I replaced that the other day and now it appears to be working, but I haven't taken it for a ride yet. I've probably only had 4-5 days riding on it (less than 20 hours I'd guess). If I felt it was just an issue only I was having, then I wouldn't have made that comment. There's a 19 page thread over on mtbr with lots of other folks with the same issues. Plus if you look at a lot of the reviews online you'll see the same issues. Maybe it was the older versions, but I'm not the only one. Like I said, I do like the lever. Its nice and small and easy to reach, especially when mounted on the grip. But when the post isn't working, who cars how nice the lever is. I've not had an issue with the Reverb button or post, so in my OPINION I like it.
jojotherider1977 LenzerheideBikepark's article
May 19, 2015 at 10:25
May 19, 2015
Video: Digging the Lenzerheide World Cup Track - The Final Test
I'm gonna toot my own horn, but I said in the comments last time that Fairclough was gonna like this track.
jojotherider1977 RichardCunningham's article
May 19, 2015 at 9:47
May 19, 2015
First Look: Lindarets ReMount Remote Dropper Adapter
I think the KS lever is probably the most useless piece ever... ...but that's only because my KS Lev spends more time not working than working. When its working, though, I think that lever is pretty neat especially with ODI grips. I don't know how other people feel about it, but I actually like the RS Reverb lever. Probably only because I haven't had any problems with that post.
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