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TSridesbikes jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 18, 2022 at 15:23
Jan 18, 2022
Athletes Now Need to be Fully Vaccinated Against COVID to Compete in France
@greener1: pretty simple stuff. A healthy bmi/ body fat percentage. A good diet, plenty vegetables. Drink water. Exercise a few times a week. Get sunlight. All this stuff is immune system boosting.
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DEPOSIT TAKEN Nukeproof Dissent custom build 279/290

$3200 GBP
Nukeproof Dissent dh bike, size XL Currently 279 mullet mixed wheel size setup but also included is a 1 month old 29er rear swingarm. Black frame, custom decals from invisiframe Rockshox Boxxer Ultimate fork, new damper last month. Fully serviced a few weeks back, done 8 dh runs since. Super deluxe rear shock Hope pro4/ fortus 30 wheel set. Team green hubs Shimano Saint brakes, ice tech 203mm rotors Truvativ descendant crank arms Sram gx mech/ shifter Hope dh cassette Renthal Fatbar Hope Stem Hope carbon seat post Hope seat clamp WTB High tail saddle Maxxis Assegai 2.5 wt front tyre Maxxis DHF 2.5 wt rear tyre new (6 runs old) Nukeproof ard rear tyre insert Also included in the sale; 29er rear swingarm Flip chips for rear axle Spare rear axle Main pivot flip chip options Second wheel set. Full 29. Nukeproof ard insert in rear wheel. Will include some tyres depending on offer. This bike has tons of adjustability and easily switchable between wheel sizes. Due to covid has not had a lot of use as was bought 2 month before lockdown 2020. It’s done a couple of uplift days and 1 race. Just not getting used as I don’t have time to ride it.

TSridesbikes rossbellphoto's article
Jun 10, 2021 at 4:47
Jun 10, 2021
Tech Randoms: Leogang World Cup 2021
I personally run cut wet screams most of winter on my dh bike. The square profile bites way better on off cambers and steep chutes than a shorty. I cut just under 2mm off every knob. Some people might not want to cut side knobs depending on conditions
TSridesbikes pinkbikeoriginals's article
Mar 11, 2021 at 11:58
Mar 11, 2021
Video: How To Survive Wet Weather Riding
@alexsin: I’d rather be clarted up head to toe than be seen running a rear fender
TSridesbikes alicialeggett's article
Feb 17, 2021 at 14:42
Feb 17, 2021
Bike Check: The Monotrace, a Handmade, Carbon, Full Suspension Concept Bike Brought to Life in France
I’m 6’3 and got back ache on a long ride on my old bike at 475mm reach. New bike is 516mm and feels perfect. Sizing is off, that’s not an XXL, it’s basically a large in modern sizing!
TSridesbikes mikelevy's article
Jan 27, 2021 at 14:59
Jan 27, 2021
Video: MTB on a Budget - Where to Spend VS Where to Save on Clothing
@tech-floguy: average rainfall is 140 inches annually so yeah, trails are pretty wet most of the year
TSridesbikes mikelevy's article
Jan 27, 2021 at 14:55
Jan 27, 2021
Video: MTB on a Budget - Where to Spend VS Where to Save on Clothing
@tech-floguy: I live 3 miles from the wettest place in England
TSridesbikes mikelevy's article
Jan 25, 2021 at 11:29
Jan 25, 2021
Video: MTB on a Budget - Where to Spend VS Where to Save on Clothing
UK where it rains more often than it doesn’t. Trails in the north are probably at least 70/30 wet than dry. Jeans are literally the worst thing to wear in wet and mud. Same goes for folk wearing shorts. Why would you want to get clarted up calves!
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