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SkullsRoad dan-roberts's article
Sep 23, 2020 at 7:18
Sep 23, 2020
First Ride: Formula's New Mod Shock
@rideformula: it was sarcastic. Looking forward to what you guys release.
SkullsRoad dan-roberts's article
Sep 22, 2020 at 15:42
Sep 22, 2020
First Ride: Formula's New Mod Shock
@m4k1: 38mm stanchions, duh.
SkullsRoad dan-roberts's article
Sep 22, 2020 at 10:47
Sep 22, 2020
First Ride: Formula's New Mod Shock
You mean italian? Because formula is italian. And the Jade doesn't have swappable shim stacks. Or climb switch. Actually the only thing they have in common is they both have a spring and a bladder.
SkullsRoad dan-roberts's article
Sep 22, 2020 at 10:45
Sep 22, 2020
First Ride: Formula's New Mod Shock
Haha you make do. On my Banshee Rune V3 I use a skinny tire lever to adjust the rebound on my DVO Jade.
SkullsRoad edspratt's article
Sep 19, 2020 at 22:24
Sep 19, 2020
Bike Check: Jack Moir's Canyon Strive - EWS Pietra Ligure 2020
@RadBartTaylor: same here. I ran a Spank 50mm rise bar for a few months because it made pedaling so damn comfortable. Then I went back to a 35 rise bar and was instantly cornering harder. Wish I could have the best of both worlds.
SkullsRoad edspratt's article
Sep 19, 2020 at 21:37
Sep 19, 2020
Bike Check: Ella Conolly's Cannondale Jekyll - EWS Pietra Ligure 2020
Other brands? Like specialized and Santa Cruz? Nevermind Ibis, Commencal, yt, canyon, and many many more have the shock just as high or higher than the Cannondale.
SkullsRoad mikelevy's article
Sep 15, 2020 at 19:00
Sep 15, 2020
Video: Salsa's New Blackthorn Trail Bike - First Look
@PHeller: yeah I know it's dumb, but I tend to ignore bikes that look like the salsa, just because it looks like it came out of a cookie cutter. I used to think the same way about Giants, but now they're the minority. I ended up with a Banshee Rune V3. I really appreciate unique frames now.
SkullsRoad AndreaniGroup's article
Sep 11, 2020 at 7:43
Sep 11, 2020
Andreani Group Announces Tire Insert Line for XC Racing
@mountainsofsussex: to install, get half of it on, stand the wheel up on the floor with the uninstalled portion on the ground, then push down on the insert while sliding your hands down. Downward pressure is easier than trying to pull it on. Getting the tire on is the same as without an insert, just takes more force. You need a good tire lever like the new cushcore, personally I use a plastic scraper I bought off Amazon. I just filed the edges off so it doesn't cut the tire. Just work the bead in. Soapy water helps. Removal is the same, but I've found that 2 levers makes it easier. Push the bead into the center channel using your beefy lever and soapy water. For both install and removal, one of those big garbage cans saves your back. Best pointer is to get the right tire levers. Pedro's are too short in my opinion. Hope this helps.
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