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Jan 30, 2014 at 13:31Jan 30, 2014
Schwalbe Muddy Mary freride verstar triple compound snakeskin. Only used for around 10 miles of riding, plenty of life left in tire. check out the photo Big tire for absolute amazing front tyre grip, Minion DHF EXO in summer - try these for winter. These are £45.99 new from CRC Price includes Paypal fees and postage Schwalbe Muddy Mary Freeride Tyre - Vertstar Our Grip Monster. The aggressive ‘intermediate’ profile grips on any terrain. Racers are inspired. Outstanding control in all weathers and ground conditions. In addition it has great self cleaning ability in sticky conditions. Muddy Mary’s extremely broad spectrum of use covers 90 % of all circumstances. Triple Star Compound. We have taken the development of Triple Compound a step further. In the course of innumerable series tests, prototypes, laboratory and practical tests we developed a system of highly specialized single compounds. We arranged these into Compound-Teams, each engineered to fulfill a specific job. Mountain biking has many different disciplines that require specific and different solutions. So we developed three completely different Triple Star Compounds. This technology is now in all our Freeride tires SnakeSkin. A clearly visible feature of our Freeride tires. The outer side wall coating consists of a SnakeSkin fabric instead of heavy rubber. Just as durable, but clearly lighter. Snake Bite Protection. Side pinch-puncture protection provides safety and stability Downhill Compound Easy rolling base layer (base) Super-soft center (super soft) Extra-soft Shoulders (extremely soft) Specifications: 62-559 Downhill VertStar Bar: 1,6-3,5 PSI: 23-50 Weight: 870g EPI: 67
vinylmatt88 si-paton's article
Jan 15, 2014 at 14:44Jan 15, 2014
The Brechfa Club
Have stayed with Jay and Nikki not long after they opened for business, it was fantastic then and I can see they've done loads since. They certainly put everything into it.
vinylmatt88 mattwragg's article
Jan 2, 2014 at 23:46Jan 2, 2014
Pinkbike Product Picks
Okay I'm intrigued. I had a tack in my tyre last week and pulled it out. The stans fluid in the tyre was fresh replacement out of a new bottle only 2 weeks earlier ( i shake the bottle for about 2 mins) but it wouldn't seal up. Fluid spraying out everywhere and looked really thin. Air temperature was I guess around 2 degrees at time or less which made me wonder if that was a possible factor. It sealed temporarily but as soon as I began to inflate tyre it opened up again and sprayed through what was quite a tiny hole where tack punctured. Been looking out for alternate product since, I get the concept of the baby powder because of this experience. Are they talking just like Johnsons talc powder here?
Nov 1, 2013 at 6:28Nov 1, 2013
Complete bike. I believe it is a 15" frame. Good bike with good level of components for serious use. Frame was professionally powder coated at Argos Bristol and bike has only done about 50 miles of riding since that time. Talas adjustable 110 - 130 mm forks (serviced 2 years ago at MOJO and bike not used) Maxxis High roller tyres Saint rear derailleur Deore shifter Hayes hydraulic brakes Monkey Lite Bars Race Face respond 175 cranks with bash plate Hope Doctor SDG Patriot saddle Shimano XTR bottom bracket Can be viewed in Cwmbran area. Looking for as close to £475 as possible
vinylmatt88 tgphotography's article
Oct 30, 2013 at 0:47Oct 30, 2013
Video: Halloween Spooktacular
vinylmatt88 mtbstrengthcoach's article
Oct 16, 2013 at 23:37Oct 16, 2013
5 Movement Tips to Help Your Cornering Technique
Cheers James. Thanks for the video updates. Its good to have the technique broke down and have these visualization reminders to apply on the trail. As you mention its easier to fall back to a drill technique when things aren't quite working out. Good work.
vinylmatt88 mikelevy's article
Jul 26, 2013 at 5:49Jul 26, 2013
Pinkbike Poll: The Demise of 26'' Wheels - Unnecessary Extinction or Natural Evolution?
The industry is totally messed up now IMO. Haven't ridden a 650B and I'm sure its advantages are probably justified to the pros and serious amateur racers, but most people will be happy riding what they have got and unsettled by all the changes. Personally I ride an Alpine 160, its newest creation is still in 26". Myself, I would be holding back on changing my bike with the current crop of wheel size offerings. Rather keep my money in my pocket and see what develops, although if I was a serious amteur racer I would probably look to the merits of 650B. New purchasers must be seriously confused and probably doped in to making purchases based on biased revues rather than the real issues of the bike, frame, ongoing maintenance and the type of riding they really will end up doing. I know guys who have been duped into the 29" revolution on their first hardtails and now fitting dropper posts etc and I'm thinking whats the point, the bike is only good for XC racing and such, whereas I think if they had stuck with a 26" even if the geometry etc hadn't been perfect, they would at least have some sort of chance at moving in to other areas of MTB riding.
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Jul 17, 2013 at 5:05Jul 17, 2013
Jul 17, 2013 at 5:05Jul 17, 2013
NEW unused chainrings DEORE XT 24 / 32 / 42 Selling as not needed as I run a single, taken off brand new DEORE XT crankset purchased (can dispatch chainrings w/c 22 July) 3 x CHAIN RINGS ONLY FOR SALE (CRANKS ARE NOT PART OF THIS SALE) Price is packed and posted