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HuckGnarris christiefitz's article
Apr 1, 2023 at 9:31
Apr 1, 2023
[April Fools] Tech Briefing: April 2023
Outbound Lighting’s submission to the annual joke product rodeo:
Added 15 photos to Buysell
Aug 18, 2022 at 12:28
Aug 18, 2022
Aug 18, 2022 at 12:27
Aug 18, 2022

Trek Fuel EX 9.9 27lbs

$3250 USD
Fairly stock 2019 Fuel EX 9.9 (full carbon front triangle, seat stays, and chain stays). 27.0lbs without pedals, the DT Swiss carbon wheels make it super quick accelerating and light feeling. My partner has been riding this bike for a few years but is now switching to a shorter travel bike for the daily driver, so time for this one to go. It's been ridden, so it's got scuffs and aesthetic damage, including the typical clear coat peeling on the handlebars (frame does not have that problem). Happy to provide more detail pictures of specific pieces as needed, located in Olympia, WA.

HuckGnarris henryquinney's article
Aug 23, 2021 at 16:06
Aug 23, 2021
Opinion: Are New Bike Component Standards Really That Bad?
Situation: There are 14 competing standards for a specific bike product. Brilliant Company Designer:" 14?!? Ridiculous! We need to develop a new standard to covers everyone's use cases! Yeah!" New Situation: There 15 competing standards for a specific bike product.
HuckGnarris mikekazimer's article
Jul 21, 2021 at 12:08
Jul 21, 2021
Check Out: Futuristic Handlebars, New Saddles, Back Protection, & More
For some reason customers seem to love products that are more expensive, eliminate all adjustability, and have no cylindrical surfaces for mounting anything other than grips. The integrated bar/stem combos are cool for really specific dedicated builds that want to maximize aesthetics and cleanliness at the expense of everything else, but philosophically they just irritate me. Options? Great. Standard equipment? Hard pass.
HuckGnarris mikekazimer's article
Jul 14, 2021 at 11:30
Jul 14, 2021
Norco Launches 3 New eMTBs - Batteries Sold Separately
I was just wondering how the bike industry could introduce another new “standard” that is completely unnecessary. Really looking forward to he 1.8” forks that will no longer be compatible with any existing frame on the market, you know, because we keep seeing all these eBike riders snapping their steerer tubes off from the extra 20lbs of weight that puts “substantially more stress” on the fork. Christ this industry is dumb. The bikes look awesome though.
HuckGnarris henryquinney's article
Apr 27, 2021 at 11:43
Apr 27, 2021
Shimano Introduces New 'Linkglide' Drivetrain Technology with Bold Longevity Claims
Oh good, just what we needed, yet another product from Shimano that is literally incompatible with every other one of their products complete with nonsense part numbering and “glide” in the name. That will be great for the consumer.
HuckGnarris HuckGnarris's video
Jan 3, 2021 at 19:22
Jan 3, 2021
Friday Fails submission captured during product testing

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Jan 3, 2021 at 19:12
Jan 3, 2021
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HuckGnarris danielsapp's article
Nov 21, 2020 at 7:26
Nov 21, 2020
Outbound Lighting Launch Trail Evo Light
I don’t think the claims were ever reduced, they posted a runtime chart, I know on MTBr Outbound offered to update the firmware on original Hangover units to address some complaints people had, surprised you didn’t get a response though based on what everyone else has said. Hmm.
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