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Coldspringer mikekazimer's article
Jan 16, 2018 at 7:58
9 hours
SRAM's New DUB Cranks and Bottom Brackets - First Look
I still prefer a White Industries Crank
Coldspringer RockyMountainBicycles's article
Jan 14, 2018 at 8:50
2 days
Quinn Moberg & Felix Burke in 'Resolutions' - Video
That looked like a blast. Some proper slamma-jamma riding!
Coldspringer laurenjenkins's article
Jan 12, 2018 at 19:56
Jan 12, 2018
Exclusive Charlie Hatton Interview – the Move to Trek Factory Racing
@adrennan: I thought the same, but I feel a substantial difference in sweep from my 9 degree bontrager bars to my 7 degree renthal's. I don't know, could be placebo, it just feels a tad more nimble. I apologize for my short rant, those CandyRay bars just look amazing and I've never been one for backsweep
Coldspringer laurenjenkins's article
Jan 12, 2018 at 12:12
Jan 12, 2018
Exclusive Charlie Hatton Interview – the Move to Trek Factory Racing
I was thinking the same! Looks like Trek Factory Racing adopted my favorite cockpit setup (Renthal Fatbar, Hope tech brakes). Can't be beat! (except maybe by a CandyRay handlebar, haven't ridden them, only oogled at them and observed they have a 6 degree backsweep)
Coldspringer wired-tree-videos's article
Jan 11, 2018 at 21:19
Jan 11, 2018
Scotland like you've never seen before!
Now that's a proper song! Always love watching some loose Brits
Coldspringer cassidyrandall's article
Jan 11, 2018 at 9:03
Jan 11, 2018
Coldspringer vernonfelton's article
Jan 10, 2018 at 15:13
Jan 10, 2018
We've Got Questions: Digging Deep at Enve
oh and also I tried a Hope 11-44 cassette (made in U.K.), but it wore out within 25 hours or riding, so I warrenteed it, and the same happened again, so I sold out and am now on a Chinese/Taiwanese sram cassette, and I have a Chinese/Taiwanese pc-x1 chain.
Coldspringer vernonfelton's article
Jan 10, 2018 at 15:08
Jan 10, 2018
We've Got Questions: Digging Deep at Enve
@MTBrent: I suppose I have been including the UK and Germany in my non-overseas list, so I guess I really mean not east asia. I have chris king (made in Portland, OR) and cane creek (Made in the U.S.) bearings on my bike, velocity rims (Made in the U.S.), Hope Pro4 hubs (made in Barnoldswick, U.K.), I tried to use wheelsmith spokes (apparently manufactured in Milwaukee) when building my wheels but they do not come in the length I needed, so I bought DT (made in east Asia I believe), hope tech E4 brakes (manufactured in U.K., Odi grips (Made in U.S.), an MRP ribbon (internals made in Colorado), Continental Der Baron and Trail king tires in black chili compond (made in Germany), and a thompson stem and seatpost collar (made in Macon Georgia). I could not run 30mm white industries cranks with my pf24 bb, so I bought used cranks to avoid supporting east asia, and also a used rear derailleur and shifter for the same reason. I bought a chinese made Bontrager Dropline and Renthal Fatbar because I am a weakling, and a buddy of mine gave me my frame and rear shock for free, but I hope to soon ride a Guerrilla Gravity Smash.
Coldspringer YTIndustries's article
Jan 10, 2018 at 14:02
Jan 10, 2018
YT Industries Releases Autobiographical Video, New Branding & 2018 Range
These things have become awfully trendy lately, and I see nothing particularly special to make them so. I am personally saving for a Guerrilla Gravity Smash, and I ain't touching this Asian-made stuff
Coldspringer YTIndustries's article
Jan 10, 2018 at 13:59
Jan 10, 2018
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