just love to ride...
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Don't Let Go of These Love Handles
whha… oh I see what you did there!
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Jun 21, 2015 at 10:04Jun 21, 2015
Video: Qualifying - Pro GRT, Angelfire
You've clearly never been there-
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May 21, 2015 at 11:56May 21, 2015
EWS Bike Check: Joe Barnes' Canyon Spectral
That bike is as nasty (good way) as his mustache!
May 12, 2015 at 11:48May 12, 2015
Just a month old- going grad school, and need some money for books :( I paid 325 for them, so 165 is a great price for an awesome pair of trail shoes. Thanks for looking- if you have any questions let me know! Here is the link from S S-Works Trail combines lightweight XC performance with the durability, grip, and protection aggressive trail riders demand. Serious toe and ankle protection paired with a super-efficient Powerline carbon composite sole will propel your uphill and downhill attack. Body Geometry sole and footbed optimize hip, knee, and foot alignment to improve performance and comfort Full FACT carbon sole with rubber tread for phenomenal trail traction: Stiffness Index 12.0 Two independent Boa® S2-Hex dials micro-adjust on-the-fly Dial/lace assembly is replaceable in seconds with Snap cartridge system Durable Micromatrix upper with asymmetric medial collar for ankle protection Hard molded toe kick for protection and durability Body Geometry SL Footbed offers ultra-light support and comfort Standard Fit for all-day support and off-bike comfort Combine Body Geometry shoes, footbeds, and wedges to maximize performance benefits 2-bolt SPD-style cleat pattern fits all major MTB pedals; includes toe studs Approximate weight: 370g (1/2 pair 42)
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As new as a used part can be. This saddle was made for mountain bikes- needs a new home.
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