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May 15, 2019 at 7:44
May 15, 2019

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WoodstockMTB mikekazimer's article
Apr 18, 2019 at 12:13
Apr 18, 2019
First Look: Push Unveils HC97 RockShox Charger Damper Upgrade
too many comments to see if my point was made, but with a 2017 Pike Charger 1...this Push upgrade + a Debonair.....I get a new fork for $325 or so instead of $600+. Decent deal if I see now reason to get ride of current fork and go through the hassle of selling it to help fund a new pike....This is all assuming it does what it says it does.
WoodstockMTB RichardCunningham's article
Mar 16, 2019 at 11:49
Mar 16, 2019
Review: Osprey Seral Hip Pack is Comfy and Convenient
I'm partial the waist strap of the new EVOC Hip Pro vs the Osprey. The width and velcro allow you to get a real snug fit. It also gives you to option to use bottles and/or bladder: https://www.singletracks.com/blog/mtb-gear/review-evoc-pro-3l-hip-pack-and-hydration-holster/ Pricey though
WoodstockMTB mikekazimer's article
Jan 31, 2019 at 19:07
Jan 31, 2019
Update: What's Going On With Shimano's New XTR Group?
@Svinyard: Thanks. I'll give it a try. I'm not really harshing on SRAM other than it has been far from set it and forget it. Setting B screw as a two person job with a special red tool is lame even if it works. I do agree SRAM is pushing the envelope and seem to be one generation ahead. IF SRAM can fix the sensitivity of their drivetrain and reduce weight even more....they will still be head. I have always just liked Shimano. I like their shifters better. I know how to get it up and running, but maybe XTR will have me eating my words.
WoodstockMTB mikekazimer's article
Jan 31, 2019 at 12:26
Jan 31, 2019
Update: What's Going On With Shimano's New XTR Group?
This. I used shimano for years. Took a flyer on GX Eagle and nothing but constant issues keeping it running smoothly. I'm all over the XTR since XT probably won't come until after the riding season of 2020. Odd the cranks and hubs are in stock at several European distributors.
WoodstockMTB danielsapp's article
Jan 16, 2019 at 13:47
Jan 16, 2019
Review: Magura's MT7 Pro Brakes Are Ultra-Customizable
@danielsapp: This issue wasn't replacing the plug. I could never get a good bleed from the caliper using the pro bleed kit or a simple syringe at the lever. So, I omitted the caliper entirely and just bleed at the lever. its takes a decent amount of force to screw in the metal syringe end to get a secure seal for bleeding. Over torque and voile...the bleed port threads are stripped. it doesn't take much. I didnt ham fist it. I'll be getting a new bleed kit for like $25 for the crazy expensive Magura version that has a plastic syringe end. Best solution would be to mold in a metal insert as mentioned below.
WoodstockMTB danielsapp's article
Jan 16, 2019 at 7:02
Jan 16, 2019
Review: Magura's MT7 Pro Brakes Are Ultra-Customizable
Bleeding Maguras is a total pain and if not careful you can ruin the bleed port at the lever with the soft carbon body material. I like the braking when they work. If they truly have improved the bleeding then they may have solved the one issue i have with them. Magura has been awesome with me as far as warranties go. I've had multiple issues with the lever bodies breaking and the bleed port stripping and not sealing.
Selling
Jan 7, 2019 at 12:36
Jan 7, 2019

$ CAD

WoodstockMTB probikesupply's photo
Aug 8, 2018 at 11:46
Aug 8, 2018
Great....a 53cm finally comes up for sale on PB and its $8000. Nice bike though.

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