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Jun 17, 2020 at 9:58
Jun 17, 2020

XTR M9100-1/M9120-1 Chainring

$80 CAD
-Brand new, in box -retails for $115 CAD - buyer pays shipping

Jun 17, 2020 at 9:53
Jun 17, 2020

XTR M9120-1 175mm Crankset

$500 CAD
- Brand new, in box 175mm XTR M9120-1 Crankset. - $700 CAD retail - 32T XTR chainring available for an additional $80 ($115 CAD retail). - buyer pays shipping

MRwillP mikekazimer's article
Mar 13, 2020 at 9:29
Mar 13, 2020
First Look: Evil's New Following
Looks sick... but just a general comment on new bikes... Why aren't manufacturers putting an integrated shuttle pad on the downtube? Some companies are but it's super rare still. I don't see why it's not a standardized thing... maybe not necessary on these 120mm bikes but it's very cheap and goes a long way in keeping the frame looking fresh.
MRwillP SramMedia's article
Mar 2, 2020 at 10:40
Mar 2, 2020
SRAM Commits to Greater Gender Parity & 'More Women to the Start Line'
@bankz: I bet if you did a blind poll at SRAM, you'd find that the majority of the employees and board members would have values in line with the ones detailed here. And regardless of the reasoning you come up with, these values do matter. You can call it virtue signalling if you wish but the that isn't going to stop the momentum that ESG is gaining. The consumer has the power at the end of the day and embracing values that consumers hold is crucial. Being on the capital side of an industry myself, I can tell you that raising money isn't the same process that it used to be. Fundamentals (profit and revenue growth) are required of course, but private equity and public funds alike do now look at a corporation's ESG record and initiatives before investing.
MRwillP SramMedia's article
Mar 2, 2020 at 10:22
Mar 2, 2020
SRAM Commits to Greater Gender Parity & 'More Women to the Start Line'
Solid and forward thinking E.S.G. standards (environment, social, and governance) are becoming a prerequisite for a corporation's success. It's good to see that these values are front and center in this industry. There was a time when no one cared what a brand valued and as long as they produced good products, they would sell those products. That is becoming increasingly unique, thankfully.
MRwillP danielsapp's article
Feb 25, 2020 at 15:00
Feb 25, 2020
MRwillP edspratt's article
Feb 21, 2020 at 7:27
Feb 21, 2020
Spengle Launch One Off 24ct Gold Wheelset for $13,000
These are full-on poverty. I'm waiting for the Louis Vuitton - Supreme collaboration wheels.
MRwillP edspratt's article
Jan 24, 2020 at 11:42
Jan 24, 2020
Round Up: 3 New Green Initiatives From Endura, Muc Off and Schwalbe
They would also save on packaging and transport by switching to solids. Also way less of a liability in transit and storage with solid. You'd also open up the ability to use paper based packaging, which would replace the plastic bottles (most of which will never get recycled anyways).
MRwillP mikekazimer's article
Jan 20, 2020 at 9:59
Jan 20, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: What Are Your Racing Plans for 2020?
@mybaben: I'm much, much more likely to place high in a road race vs an enduro or DH. I'd definitely place under average in an enduro even though I ride my mountain bike 2-3X more than my road bike (mix of shuttling, resort riding, XC, etc). When climbing on the MTB I can definitely keep up with my buds who race enduro... but when we start going downhill I see them for about 2 seconds lol. I think road riding is a lot more strength and cardio based. All the best road riders I know are light, have long limbs, are skinny AF, and love pain.
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