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Rode in Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. view ridelog
Aug 23, 2019 at 10:50
Aug 23, 2019
quotes Work Hooky is the Best Hooky
20.3 km - 02:06 - 4 achievements
Rode in North Loop. view ridelog
Aug 18, 2019 at 16:35
Aug 18, 2019
quotes Jail Trail Errand Boy
6.6 km - 00:52 - 1 achievements
Rode in Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. view ridelog
Aug 14, 2019 at 18:10
Aug 14, 2019
quotes 1 Gear Harder
21.6 km - 01:44 - 5 achievements
Rode in Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. view ridelog
Aug 11, 2019 at 17:30
Aug 11, 2019
quotes Yawkey Sunday Spli
16.5 km - 01:38 - 5 achievements
CycleKrieg davidarthur's article
Aug 2, 2019 at 8:25
Aug 2, 2019
Review: Hope's Race Evo E4 Disc Brakes are Beautifully Made, with Lovely Modulation
@Minikeum: Maybe Hope, not TRP. I run TRP brakes on my bikes. With the TRPs, you want more stopping power, you just squeeze harder. There is linear connection to lever movement and amount of power going to the rotors. For the those used to the "no brake"/"all the brake" style of brakes (Shimano Saint/Zee) it can feel weird at first as you seem to have less braking power for the muscle memory of the index finger. But once you get used to the ramp up, you won't go back. TRP is great too because they use Shimano pads.
Rode in Hillside City Park. view ridelog
Jul 27, 2019 at 15:30
Jul 27, 2019
quotes Hillside Sampler
8.9 km - 01:08 - 1 achievements
Rode in Elm Creek Park. view ridelog
Jul 27, 2019 at 13:30
Jul 27, 2019
quotes Elm Creek Elementary
18.9 km - 01:44 - 3 achievements - 1 badges
CycleKrieg mikelevy's article
Jul 26, 2019 at 6:00
Jul 26, 2019
Review: Shimano's All-New XT 4-Piston Brakes
@Primoz: Newer TRP Trail hydros are the answer. The only downside I can think of is TRP's the lack of true "integrated" clamp mechanisms. Unless you a bazillion levers on the bar, its not as much as problem as it sounds like on paper. Even with my small Trump hands, I have no issues with Sram shifters and TRP brakes side-by-side on the bar. I run TRP on all bikes (including cable Spyres on my road/gravel bike). They use standard Shimano pads, the newer ones are easy to bleed and they have modulation for days.
Rode in Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. view ridelog
Jul 20, 2019 at 16:15
Jul 20, 2019
quotes Oremaggedon 1/2 Lap Plus
28.9 km - 03:25 - 10 achievements - 3 badges
CycleKrieg torypowers's article
Jul 19, 2019 at 20:28
Jul 19, 2019
Destination Showcase: Detroit Lakes & Cuyuna, Minnesota
@xfire7: No need to rethink as the Crew does not get state money. That money was awarded to the MN DNR, Parks & Trails Division, by the legislature, thru bonding. The Crew ≠ MN DNR. http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/input/environmentalreview/cuyuna-country-trail/eaw.pdf - Page 9, paragraph 1. This is the EAW for the proposed trail expansion that bonding money is paying for. This document was written by the MN DNR. Being a state recreational area, the funding has to come thru the state by statute. The State does not award the money to the Crew who then awards it to the MN DNR. The state awards it to the MN DNR directly. The relationship between the Crew and MN DNR is pretty easy to understand. Its similar to the relationship that MORC has with its many land holders. The difference between those land holders and the MN DNR is that the MN DNR imposes more requirements on us as we are dealing with state land. (See previous comments about trail conditions and parking passes.) Just as Dakota County Parks green lighting a certain amount of funds for Lebanon Hills mountain bike trails doesn't mean MORC gets that money, the state allocating funds for the CCSRA doesn't mean the Crew gets that money.
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