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Dirt Jump Bikes. any bike welcome as long as its dj or street
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Posted: Sep 7, 2022 at 10:39 Quote
Wtf are you even talking about?

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Posted: Sep 7, 2022 at 10:43 Quote
seraph wrote:
Wtf are you even talking about?

Seems pretty fishy to me. Here's a link of something total off topic. DERRR!

Posted: Sep 7, 2022 at 11:01 Quote
My vans cults say 60psi max. I run them at 80+ and nobody can stop me

Posted: Sep 7, 2022 at 11:08 Quote
lukemike wrote:
What about the Honda Trail 125 ABS bike which I am using since February 2022? Anyone here for an honest guide?
this page is for bicycles

Posted: Sep 7, 2022 at 14:37 Quote
Djnewbieplshelp wrote:
14pslope wrote:
finally found a set of pilot slopes, super super soft tire, shreds on pavement

pilot slope
pilot slope
Shreds as in it's really good or is the compound so soft that the tire literally gets shredded?
compound really soft

Posted: Sep 7, 2022 at 18:28 Quote
Old (2016)vs. New(2022):



Just getting backinto riding. Had the PBJ for almost 3yrs. Between revamping it a ton or selling and doing another NS Suburban build (unless The Rise does another partymaster run)

Anyways hope yall enjoy

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Posted: Sep 7, 2022 at 18:30 Quote
MattRagsdale wrote:
Old (2016)vs. New(2022):



Just getting backinto riding. Had the PBJ for almost 3yrs. Between revamping it a ton or selling and doing another NS Suburban build (unless The Rise does another partymaster run)

Anyways hope yall enjoy

There's a run coming soon! You heard it here first. Wink

Posted: Sep 7, 2022 at 20:05 Quote

Love my new Trid zz! Only downfall is it’s a bit heavy. Trying to get weight under 30lbs for now. Schwalbe billy bonkers and light weight tubes otw. Other than that I’m looking for wheel and crankset suggestions?

Posted: Sep 7, 2022 at 21:41 Quote
Djnewbieplshelp wrote:
Btw guys I have a question. So, obviously, the pressure limit on tires is there for a reason. Maxxis tires generally have pretty high pressure limits, same with the schwalbe billy bonkers (80 psi). Continentals have a pressure limit of 58 psi but pros sponsored by Continental tend to ride way higher pressure than the limit set by the manufacturer (matt jones rides 75-80 psi). So, my question is: can I ride my Continentals above the 58 psi limit? Also my specialized rhytm lite can only do 50 psi which is way too low. Can I go any higher? Even at 50 psi the tire looks like it's gonna blow up

Yup no prob. I used to run 80-100 in my rhythm lites all day. These days it's 50psi neighborhood in significantly smaller tires though.

Posted: Sep 8, 2022 at 6:28 Quote
MattRagsdale wrote:
Old (2016)vs. New(2022):



Just getting backinto riding. Had the PBJ for almost 3yrs. Between revamping it a ton or selling and doing another NS Suburban build (unless The Rise does another partymaster run)

Anyways hope yall enjoy

Nice ride and photo from Rockburn! South Germantown, Fairland, and Lake Fairfax all building up their jump lines these days!

Posted: Sep 8, 2022 at 7:32 Quote
zmcycle wrote:
MattRagsdale wrote:
Old (2016)vs. New(2022):

...(unless The Rise does another partymaster run)

Anyways hope yall enjoy

There's a run coming soon! You heard it here first. Wink

Oh nooo... my wallet can't take that right now. I also have a PBJ (will post once the last upgrade arrives this weekend) and have been looking at the Partymaster since the last gen. Hopefully the next run lasts til I get a new job so I can spoil myself for Christmas!

Posted: Sep 9, 2022 at 6:17 Quote
Has anybody here tried the Kenda Booster DJ tire? I haven't been able to find any reviews on them from my searches. DTH's don't have enough grip on our local pump tracks for my liking so I just ordered a booster to put on the front of my DJ bike along with a 2.1 small block 8 out back.

https://shop.kendatire.com/Booster-Pro-p/214333.htm


Posted: Sep 10, 2022 at 0:01 Quote
New rubber. Michelin Pilot Pump 26x2.3. Quite a change from the 2.1 DTH that was on there before. Not a fast but super cushy.
New tires installed. Much more voluminous and plush than the 2.1 DTHs I had on there before.

Posted: Sep 10, 2022 at 8:04 Quote
Those pumps look like exactly what I need for the days we spend at the skate park. I tried taking my cont racekings on it the other day and had severe front tire washout. I ate ish so hard a couple times; once dropping in.

What kind of track/surface are you using those pumps on primarily?

Posted: Sep 10, 2022 at 8:36 Quote
like the ht dj with gears. looks sick


 
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