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Tsetse mikelevy's article
Aug 2, 2013 at 20:52
Aug 2, 2013
SRAM's X01 Drivetrain Explained
Considering that a chain and cassette are consumables and get replaced often, I often buy the cheapest chain and cassette I can find. I find that the cheaper cassettes and chains actually last longer than fancier ones too. I'm sorry Sram, but no one will pay that much for things that they will have to constantly replace.
Tsetse RichardCunningham's article
Jul 29, 2013 at 19:03
Jul 29, 2013
First Look: Niner Debuts Long-Travel Protos at Winter Park EWS
I have my RockShox SID SL Dual Air with 28mm stanchions and canti mounts from like 2001 still going strong to this day :)
Tsetse nathanhughes's article
Jul 27, 2013 at 19:18
Jul 27, 2013
One more sleep - Andorra World Cup Dreaming
As much as I'd love to see Hill win, I wouldn't mind seeing Hart win. Yeah DANNY!!!
Tsetse nathanhughes's article
Jul 27, 2013 at 3:05
Jul 27, 2013
Tsetse RichardCunningham's article
Jul 14, 2013 at 5:27
Jul 14, 2013
Fox Creates Landing Page for All-Mountain Suspension Customers - Video
There is no information on their websites regarding their products. I was looking for some technical documents on their website and the closest thing to one I found was a catalog about their products. RockShox has documents regarding everything from oil volumes for each of their products, to full service instructions even for older forks and shocks.
Tsetse mikelevy's article
Jul 1, 2013 at 7:18
Jul 1, 2013
GT Fury Review
Even in a time when carbon rules supreme, that Fury sure looks the part. Nice work GT!
Tsetse mikekazimer's article
Jun 28, 2013 at 0:56
Jun 28, 2013
First Look: e*thirteen's TRS Race Product Line
I'm sure the LG1r and LG1+ are great pedals if you are fortunate enough to have them, but they are bad value when you consider the price and all the other alternative pedals on the market with similar performance and cheaper price tags. Shimano Saint pedals offer everything an average rider on a budget such as me can ask for. I've never seen the size of the platforms on an E.13, but the size of the Saint platform is more than enough to fit any 5.10 Karvers or other bulky shoes. The pins can be adjusted via shims so you can have it at any length you desire. And you literally just have to unscrew the cartridge axle out, squeeze new grease in, refit and all the old grease gets purged out and your bearings are as good as new! All this for $89 seems like an incredible value pedal.
Tsetse mikekazimer's article
Jun 27, 2013 at 18:58
Jun 27, 2013
First Look: e*thirteen's TRS Race Product Line
Knock knock. Who's there? $89 Shimano Saint PD-MX80 pedals with more grip, easier serviceability, larger platforms, customizable pin lengths, and Shimano reliability.
Tsetse ThreadKiller's article
Jun 24, 2013 at 20:46
Jun 24, 2013
Oregon Enduro Series - Ashland Mountain Challenge Race Report
I'm guessing he meant the Specialized Enduro 29 had a 2014 Fox 34? Definitely not a 36 if its a 29er.
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