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Tyler Maine    :: from Mical DyckAug 28, 2006
Reba World Cup-ridden and reviewed Reba World Cup-ridden and reviewed
I have recently had the pleasure of riding and racing the 2006 RockShox Reba World Cup and would like to share my joy in the experience; okay, hopefully my whole write up won’t be as lame as that. I have ridden a number of different front forks in the past couple of years and find that I’m in love with the Reba (teary eyed). For all of you that are skeptical because you’ve ridden a flimsy xc fork, or a heavy xc fork, or an xc fork that just gave you a measly 2.5 mm of travel (why bother), rejoice, because this baby will rock your world.
Luc 'Acadian' Albert    :: from Luc 'Acadian' AlbertAug 22, 2006
Long Term Review: SRAM kitted Iron Horse MkIII Long Term Review: SRAM kitted Iron Horse MkIII
Since building this SRAM kitted Iron Horse MkIII back in March, I’ve logged well over 600 miles, so I think it’s fair to call this a long term review.
Tyler Maine    :: from PB Wrecking CrewAug 17, 2006
Fresh Meat #5-Wrecking Crew Mechanically Separated Parts Fresh Meat #5-Wrecking Crew Mechanically Separated Parts
This time around we'll be looking at some glasses that change tint by how much light is passing through their lenses, a chain guide built by a wood worker, some nice tires for your new ride and a new set of X Type cranks that feature 4 external bearings for your abusive pleasure. From that point we're going to show you some nice new socks to cover up your stinky feet with and then throw a fancy pair of shoes on those to keep your feet safe on the trail. Speaking of safe, you'll love this new DJ lid we got our paws on too!

Enjoy-
 
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