Enduro/AM - The Weight Game

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Posted: Sep 17, 2019 at 13:09 Quote
Doritos ketchup is lowkey life.

Posted: Sep 17, 2019 at 13:09 Quote
Who's tried Ceramic brake pads such as Disco Ceramic Pro, SwissStop Disk E, CL Brakes VRX, Gigapower....?

Any favorites?

Posted: Sep 17, 2019 at 13:28 Quote
sherbet wrote:
Doritos ketchup is lowkey life.

bruh when i lived in kenya they had these ketchup potato chips that were unreal and ive been fiending for some ever since i came home.
also, Quest protein chips in the sour cream/cheddar flavor, thank me later

Posted: Sep 17, 2019 at 22:36 Quote
B650wagon wrote:
Who's tried Ceramic brake pads such as Disco Ceramic Pro, SwissStop Disk E, CL Brakes VRX, Gigapower....?

I've used only DiscoBrake Ceramic Pro on generation 1 Saints. Power was maybe a bit better than Shimano metallic, durability was comparable to typical organic compounds - including in wet conditions - and they always ran silently. No complaints; would use again.

Posted: Sep 17, 2019 at 22:49 Quote
sosburn wrote:
sherbet wrote:
Doritos ketchup is lowkey life.

bruh when i lived in kenya they had these ketchup potato chips that were unreal and ive been fiending for some ever since i came home.
also, Quest protein chips in the sour cream/cheddar flavor, thank me later

This is the weight game I came for.. Chips around the world.

Posted: Sep 17, 2019 at 23:01 Quote
swan3609 wrote:
sosburn wrote:
sherbet wrote:
Doritos ketchup is lowkey life.

bruh when i lived in kenya they had these ketchup potato chips that were unreal and ive been fiending for some ever since i came home.
also, Quest protein chips in the sour cream/cheddar flavor, thank me later

This is the weight game I came for.. Chips around the world.

Juanitas and some truck stop salsa all day. Thats my shit

I rode bikes in Idaho Swan. It was radical for sure. Sun Valley bike park is nearly xc trails but DH somehow? Meh. Go ride little casino to big casino trail near Stanley if you ever get down there. 5/5 stars!

Posted: Sep 17, 2019 at 23:16 Quote
nubbs wrote:
swan3609 wrote:
sosburn wrote:


bruh when i lived in kenya they had these ketchup potato chips that were unreal and ive been fiending for some ever since i came home.
also, Quest protein chips in the sour cream/cheddar flavor, thank me later

This is the weight game I came for.. Chips around the world.

Juanitas and some truck stop salsa all day. Thats my shit

I rode bikes in Idaho Swan. It was radical for sure. Sun Valley bike park is nearly xc trails but DH somehow? Meh. Go ride little casino to big casino trail near Stanley if you ever get down there. 5/5 stars!

I didn't want to shit in SV because some people totally dig it, but when I was there 10 years ago I left less than blown away.. But I also knew things were different now. But sounds like it's still kinda meh.


I have spent lots of time along highway 21 and that Banks Lowman highway in the past, but it was all hiking and hot springing. Never had a bike with me.

Dad and I have discussed doing the tour of Idaho on motos that goes southern boarder to Canadian boarder and it hits so many of those badass backcountry trails.

Posted: Sep 18, 2019 at 9:23 Quote
ktm87 wrote:
tom666 wrote:
ktm87 wrote:
ive been working on a similar design for a frame im building that has the cable run thru the headtube into downtube but its for dual crown so i dont have to worry about having a steerer tube

Dual crowns still use and rely on a steerer tube bud

not mine


well shit


very cool Salute

Posted: Sep 18, 2019 at 10:52 Quote
"Lowballers will have a rabid ferret sent to their house to tap on their bedroom window for 5 hours a day and ask them if they have a moment to talk about the Ferret Lord."


Best thing I've seen in a for sale ad in a while.

Posted: Sep 18, 2019 at 11:36 Quote
Circe wrote:
"Lowballers will have a rabid ferret sent to their house to tap on their bedroom window for 5 hours a day and ask them if they have a moment to talk about the Ferret Lord."


Best thing I've seen in a for sale ad in a while.

I was initially going to just have the ferret attack the lowballer, but in this day and age almost anything can get misconstrued so I changed it around a little.

Posted: Sep 18, 2019 at 12:15 Quote
seraph wrote:
Circe wrote:
"Lowballers will have a rabid ferret sent to their house to tap on their bedroom window for 5 hours a day and ask them if they have a moment to talk about the Ferret Lord."


Best thing I've seen in a for sale ad in a while.

I was initially going to just have the ferret attack the lowballer, but in this day and age almost anything can get misconstrued so I changed it around a little.

whatchu gonna get next?

Posted: Sep 18, 2019 at 12:38 Quote
sosburn wrote:
seraph wrote:
Circe wrote:
"Lowballers will have a rabid ferret sent to their house to tap on their bedroom window for 5 hours a day and ask them if they have a moment to talk about the Ferret Lord."


Best thing I've seen in a for sale ad in a while.

I was initially going to just have the ferret attack the lowballer, but in this day and age almost anything can get misconstrued so I changed it around a little.

whatchu gonna get next?

Haven't decided yet. Still considering leaving the mountain bike off the list for the winter time.

Posted: Sep 18, 2019 at 13:30 Quote
Circe wrote:
"Lowballers will have a rabid ferret sent to their house to tap on their bedroom window for 5 hours a day and ask them if they have a moment to talk about the Ferret Lord."


Best thing I've seen in a for sale ad in a while.

Maybe that's why my overpriced alloy bike isn't selling is because I didn't threaten buyers enough..

Posted: Sep 18, 2019 at 13:46 Quote
Anyone here ridden both Lyrik RC2 and DVO Diamond? How do they compare? DVO sure has more bling factor but how about the performance? Spare parts for RS are easier to get for sure.

For rear shock I'm pretty much set on the Topaz T3.

Posted: Sep 18, 2019 at 13:57 Quote
Performance be damned, you must match! If it will be DVO in the rear, has to be DVO up front too.


 
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