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Jul 14, 2015
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Jul 14, 2015 at 2:49
Jul 14, 2015

Deemax Ultimate Wheelset 150x12 rear, 20 front

$450 USD
2010 Mavic Deemax Wheelset 150 x 12 rear, 20mm front Avid Rotors 185mm rear 203mm front, dead straight 10spd 11 - 23 cassette, virtually no wear High roller rear, minion front, both 80% tread Only damage is a scrape and 2 dings on the rear. One is near the valve and is pretty significant which does make it a challenge to seal occasionally. Otherwise excellent condition. Asking $550 AUD ONO Adam : 0419 924 146 Located in Hobart, Tasmania, but happy to ship within Australia at your cost. This was a race wheelset that literally only got used for a single racerun at a time. Probably ridden less than 30 times all up so the wheels are true and in excellent condition besides the described damage above. Unfortunately I'm never gonna have time to race them anytime soon and they're just gathering dust frown emoticon Will go up for sale on ebay in a few weeks if nobody is interested! Cheers

AdmanMTB mikekazimer's article
Sep 19, 2013 at 1:24
Sep 19, 2013
TRP, DZR, HT, and MIO - Interbike 2013
My comment wasn't actually getting at HT in particular, I've never heard of them, but I'm prepared to stand corrected on that front. Regardless, there are still so many brands, even large ones, that are making flash looking pedals, for not much work, and often at the cost of durability. Just look at nukeproof, straitline, twenty6, DMR, their top of the line pedals aren't much more than some basic machining work. You're paying for an expensive CNC lathe at the factory, and way too much time on CAD designing the aesthetics of the things.
AdmanMTB mikekazimer's article
Sep 18, 2013 at 22:03
Sep 18, 2013
TRP, DZR, HT, and MIO - Interbike 2013
So many ridiculously overpriced small-time pedal companies these days... all they're doing it grabbing blocks of aluminium and CNCing a cool looking design, it's not rocket science, but people pay an arm and a leg for them because they're anodised...
AdmanMTB RichardCunningham's article
Oct 15, 2012 at 7:05
Oct 15, 2012
Fox iCD Suspension: Electronic Warfare Begins in Earnest
Yeah i understand what you mean. I wouldn't like ABS braking to appear on bikes... or automatic gearboxes. But I think suspension is still (as much as rockshox/fox will protest) a pretty crude system... all it is is a spring to take the hit and oil to slow it down. I've always wondered if there could be a sensor within the fork that somehow tracks the ground... so much that if it feels as square edge hit it literally blows through the travel to keep you stable... I dunno.
AdmanMTB RichardCunningham's article
Oct 15, 2012 at 6:31
Oct 15, 2012
Fox iCD Suspension: Electronic Warfare Begins in Earnest
I'm honestly stoked the industry is pushing forward so hard. For all the haters, you dont have to buy it, but maybe in 5 years time electronics will start appearing in suspension in a more appealing way. Heck I bet when gears were first brought out maybe people wouldn't put a derailer on bikes because it looked butt ugly. Times change people. Gearboxes and electronic suspension would be sick!
AdmanMTB phunkt's photo
Sep 9, 2012 at 1:07
Sep 9, 2012
Haha aiken wants a Cowley POD!!

AdmanMTB tobycowley's photo
Aug 31, 2012 at 21:55
Aug 31, 2012
#TCowley does it again!!

AdmanMTB mattwragg's photo
Aug 12, 2012 at 1:46
Aug 12, 2012
hahahahahahaha!! Dude that was hilarious...

AdmanMTB cyclesdevinci's article
Aug 9, 2012 at 5:27
Aug 9, 2012
Video: Morrison and Smith in Whistler 2012 - A Local's Guide
Because it's skinnys that never get maintained... and it's sketchy
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