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AccidentalDishing HandupGloves's article
Jan 16, 2024 at 7:24
Jan 16, 2024
Handup Releases Affordable, Stretchy, Adventure-Ready MTB Jeans
Their jorts are solid and not hot. I've done NUE hundred milers in July in them. Nice abrasion resistant cover for your chamois, grit doesn't work its way in plus 99% of people think it's awesome/hilarious/whatever and 1% of people are so annoyed by your existence it eats them to their very core and they have a meltdown, which is extraordinarily entertaining.
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Jan 10, 2024 at 7:41
Jan 10, 2024
Selling
Jan 10, 2024 at 7:39
Jan 10, 2024

55.5 Norco Search GRX 11 and Carbon Wheels

$1700 USD
2022 Norco Search A2 size 55.5 with lots of upgrades, carbon wheels and GRX 11 speed . 100% mechanical shape, maybe B+ cosmetically. Very fast and capable gravel rig. Ritchey WCS carbon bars (44 heavy flair) and stem, Wheels mfg AC bottom bracket, GRX 11 speed levers and brakes, 165mm GRX cranks (can include 172.5s if you want) and Wolftooth 44t chainring. Got tired of the puny grx derailleur so it's running an XT m8000 with wolftooth tanpan converter, super smooth and reliable. 10-42 casette. Wheels are Reserve 22 GR, dt350 hubs and 24h cxray spokes. Tires are 700x44 mezcal front, 700x40 terreno dry rear. Will include used/good spares. Carbon whisky seatpost. Power saddle shown is not included, but can find something if you need one. Will include frame bag too. Selling because I mainly mountain bike and prefer flat bars. Not in a rush, still riding it. Bikeflights to lower 48 included. PayPal goods/services only.

AccidentalDishing henryquinney's article
Dec 7, 2023 at 10:11
Dec 7, 2023
Review: Shimano XT Linkglide - Here For a Good Time AND a Long Time
I've become a huge believer in 11 spd XT M8000 derailleur with SRAM XG-1150 all steel XD driver casette. Shifter/derailleur/casette and KMC x11 chain all together is less than $200 US. It's light too, really light. Like same weight as 12spd XTR light. I've got about 3000 miles on the mtb with this setup and over 10000 on the gravel bike with grx600 11 speed shifter/XTm8000 mech/tanpan/XG-1150 casette. It's incredibly durable
AccidentalDishing CassLabs's article
Nov 18, 2023 at 17:57
Nov 18, 2023
Reader Story: How Much Traction Does a New Tire Buy You?
New front, move old front to rear. Works great if you run the same tire f/r
AccidentalDishing jessiemaymorgan's article
Nov 2, 2023 at 9:01
Nov 2, 2023
First Look: Transition TransAM Steel Hardtail
Pipedream sirius? Similar pedal giddyup as sherpa, definitely a bit more plow capable even with 120mm
AccidentalDishing mikekazimer's article
Oct 10, 2023 at 8:07
Oct 10, 2023
Trek Releases 5 New Clipless Pedals
These look pedals are pretty good. I unintentionally clip out on shimano pedals and then can't get out in rock gardens when I need to. These are the opposite. No surprise clip outs, but I swear you can exit straight sideways without twist as a last ditch while going down. Downside, bearings only last about 3k miles. So I buy the base 60 dollar version twice a year.
AccidentalDishing seb-stott's article
Sep 8, 2023 at 11:48
Sep 8, 2023
The 2024 Berria Mako Uses An Internal Shock For XC & DC
It does seem silly gormost of us. But then realize UCI XCC avg speeds are nearly 22mph and routinely see speeds in the mid 30s, faster than your local hitter road ride. Makes sense for that application.
AccidentalDishing edspratt's article
Sep 6, 2023 at 10:17
Sep 6, 2023
Thibaut Daprela Breaks Scaphoid at Loudenvielle DH World Cup 2023
@diggery: it's funny you bring this up Similarly, about 9 months post scaphoid fracture, mine showed the dreaded signs of necrosis. After consulting with two ortho, the course of action was...nothing. It dies. Body decomposes and removes it. Maybe you have some increased risk of OA, but keep your wrist strong and it's probably fine. Idk, it's been 4 years since and no issues
AccidentalDishing edspratt's article
Aug 8, 2023 at 5:35
Aug 8, 2023
Entry List for the Glentress XC World Champs 2023
Zero hate on e bikes. I think they are cool and an awesome way to expand your trail riding. But e bike racing is dumb. Not talking e moto, that'd be cool. But eXC...lame...those riders just can't compete with normal XC pros. eEnduro? Still slower than the pros. eDH? Why. So dumb
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