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Posted: Jul 29, 2020 at 7:03 Quote
fredro wrote:
Better pics pls, particularly drive side pics.

Both bikes have Sram Eagle GX drive train, I got Shimano Saint pedals because they always work for me and I got my wife the Deodore XT pedals and so far she loves them.
finally got my hands on the Chameleon C but it is going to my wife s hands.

Posted: Jul 29, 2020 at 7:07 Quote
The stable of Santa Cruz
Mine on the left and my wife’s on the right

Posted: Jul 29, 2020 at 12:05 Quote
Anyone know the shock hardware size for a Nomad 4?

Posted: Jul 29, 2020 at 14:50 Quote
Solorider13 wrote:
The stable of Santa Cruz
Mine on the left and my wife’s on the right

All marriages should look like this. Nice stable!

Posted: Jul 30, 2020 at 0:05 Quote
devin-m wrote:
Anyone know the shock hardware size for a Nomad 4?
8x20mm front, 8x30mm rear
FYI all that info for every single bike they've ever produced can be found in the bike archive section of their website. Here's the Nomad 4.

Posted: Jul 31, 2020 at 11:17 Quote
Got this beauty the other day:


Posted: 3 days ago Quote
I got this 5010 about a month ago. I'm loving it its my first real mountain bike. I'm running it with 2.6 on 37 reserves in high mode I tried low but like the playful ness of high. Ordered AXS X01, Helm Mkii coil fork and DVO T3 rear shock I'm gonna throw on it shortly.

Posted: 3 days ago Quote
AXS=Life

AXS=Love

Posted: 3 days ago Quote
fredro wrote:
AXS=Life

AXS=Love

axs=shrek??

Posted: 3 days ago Quote
A+B=C


Also N+1

Posted: 3 days ago Quote
AXS is a revolution.

Posted: 2 days ago Quote
Still can't get into the ergonomics. Really hope they offer a shifter with more traditional thumb positions at some point.

Posted: 2 days ago Quote
sherbet wrote:
Still can't get into the ergonomics. Really hope they offer a shifter with more traditional thumb positions at some point.

To get used to the shifter I had to forget all about regular thumb levers. Once I forgot how to shift a regular system it all came together.

Posted: 2 days ago Quote
It took some getting used to, but now it’s second nature.

I really have no complaints at all with the axs stuff.

Maybe next generation will have smaller batteries, but it’s not really an issue.

Price and weight can come down too, but also not really an issue.

Posted: 2 days ago Quote
I've put time into it. It's not getting use to it that's the problem, I disagree with the button placement altogether. You have to pull your thumb too high to hit the upper button. Personally see it as a massive oversight with the system. Mechanical just flat out feels better to me.

It just ain't for me. Really hope they offer more options for shifters.


 
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