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HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:38
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. > Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:38
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. > Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:37
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:36
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. > Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:36
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. > Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln RichardCunningham's article
Feb 4, 2019 at 7:12
Feb 4, 2019
HansvonStoffeln GTBicycles's article
Nov 7, 2018 at 22:26
Nov 7, 2018
Winner Announced: Someone Won a Bike, a Trip to New Zealand, & More with GT's GTFO Contest
When I met Martin and Wyn in La Bresse at the pits they were so much fun to be arround. The winner gets the trip of a lifetime with a sick machine on top. I am available during those dates btw! And I sure as sh** know which bike I would take. Thanks for offering this contest, GT!
HansvonStoffeln pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 4, 2018 at 10:19
Sep 4, 2018
HansvonStoffeln pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 23, 2018 at 9:03
Aug 23, 2018
Timed Training Results: La Bresse DH World Cup 2018
Martin Maes is on fire (7th). The Whistler win is raising confidence I see. Haha he was joking on Wyn TV whether to take the enduro bike for a spin. WYN BROOK AND MAES FOR THE WIN.
HansvonStoffeln pinkbikeoriginals's article
Aug 22, 2018 at 11:28
Aug 22, 2018
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