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jon123rjk mikekazimer's article
Nov 16, 2016 at 6:39
Nov 16, 2016
SRAM Eagle Drivetrain - Review
@TheRaven: x2 to this comment. Very loyal to Shimano myself. Had XTR 1x10 and now XTR 1x11 For me I much prefer Shimano, brakes too. The feel and precision and refinement is unrivalled, IMO
jon123rjk pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 14, 2016 at 17:36
Nov 14, 2016
2016 Pinkbike Awards - Best Value of the Year Nominees
@Joebro1995: So well said. No offence to bike shops, but ultimately isn't it most important that CONSUMERS are well looked after? How can you fault Shimano for doing that?
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Nov 2, 2016 at 17:00
Nov 2, 2016
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Nov 2, 2016 at 14:34
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Nov 2, 2016 at 14:06
Nov 2, 2016
Selling
Nov 2, 2016 at 13:44
Nov 2, 2016

Lighting package

$275 CAD
Hi Selling these three (3) lights as a package. Two are Light and Motion - which arguably make the best bike lights - and the third is Nite Rider. 1) Light and Motion Taz 1200. Handlebar or helmet, battery built in so it's a standalone light, 1200 lumens 2) Light and Motion Seca 800. Can also be handlebar or helmet, external battery, 800 lumens 3) Nite Rider MiNewt Pro 750. Again helmet or handlebar, external battery, 750 lumens. On their own they're all very bright, quality bike lights. If you use the Seca 800 as a helmet light and the Taz 1200 on the handlebar it is incredibly bright. A great combo for the darkest nights. Each light has different modes and can be varied for intensity as well as flashing if desired. The Light and Motion Taz also has a feature where you can activate a side light for road safety. All with boxes and manuals. NOTE: The L & M lights are in mint condition and look and operate as they did on day one. The Nite Rider has a couple issues so I'm basically throwing it in here. The on/off switch (the red part in the pics) has eroded a bit so it requires a fair bit of force to turn on/off. An object like a pen or hex will depress the switch easily though. Also the battery will need to be recharged if left sitting for days or weeks before using it -- whereas the batteries on the two L & M ones will retain their charge for months and months. Price is in Canadian dollars so an even better deal for anyone in the US. (It's about US$205) Shipping would be extra. Thanks for looking.

jon123rjk RichardCunningham's article
Sep 24, 2016 at 15:44
Sep 24, 2016
jon123rjk davidarthur's article
Aug 26, 2016 at 5:00
Aug 26, 2016
Hope Tech Enduro - Pro 4 wheelset Review
Saying these rims aren't as "fashionably wide" as other rims to me sounds dismissive. And a bit condescending or patronizing. I switched a few months ago from rims with a 23mm internal to ones with the 29mm. The difference is startling, to the say the least. The increase in traction is incredibly pronounced. I don't think the major move to wider rims is simply a fashion statement.
jon123rjk pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 4, 2016 at 16:29
Aug 4, 2016
Ask Pinkbike: DIY Boost Hubs, Mixing Suspension Brands, and Softail Suggestions
@ptldbkr: I ended up getting a new wheelset with boost rear hub. I still have the other wheelset with the Boostinator as a spare. I used them for a few months and it did the job for sure if you want to keep your existing wheels. It's not perfect but it is a great -- and inexpensive -- way of running your existing wheels in a boost frame.
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