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NEW e13 LG1+ alloy rims, DT 350 centerlock hubs MS

$700 CAD
These are brand new and unridden. Take-offs from a Forbidden Dreadnought XT build. E13 LG1+ alloy rims, 28h front and rear, 30mm internal width. Tubeless tape installed, valves included. DT Swiss 350 rims, centerlock. Shimano microspline driver. Includes XT RTM 800 rotors (203 front, 180 rear) - both unused.

alexsin mikekazimer's article
May 29, 2023 at 8:17
May 29, 2023
Review: The Orbea Wild M-LTD Raises the Bar for eMTB
I like that they listed XL first in the geo chart. I feel seen.
alexsin mikekazimer's article
May 26, 2023 at 6:20
May 26, 2023
Throwback Thursday: 10 Classic Photos of the Day From 2003
The biggest thing is there was almost nobody in front of us, no blueprint, no marketing l, nothing to guide us nothing to live up to. Just taking chances in the forest in tiny groups. It's difficult to articulate. It was harder to do this back then. A lot of newer riders just show up and it's all laid out and approved. I suspect the same people 25 years ago wouldn't have been interested.
alexsin brianpark's article
May 23, 2023 at 7:53
May 23, 2023
Bike Check & Shop Tour: Lal Bikes' Nicolai Nucleon 16 Supre Test Sled
This makes way more sense to me. Simplify and protect the derailleur. The rear brake is protected within the swingarm too. Move the tensioner part of the derailleur off the swingarm and do double duty as a chainguide up front. Tuck everything away nicely. I would way rather go this route than a $900 derailleur with more batteries and servos.
alexsin mattbeer's article
May 21, 2023 at 4:40
May 21, 2023
First Ride: Archibald Cycles' AC1 Doomsday Machine
Test this one against maybe the Forbidden Dreadnought, the Nicolai Nucleon 16 and the Williams Racing Trinity. There's so much to talk about these bikes it would have to be focussed on day to day living/maintenance and how awesome they are every single day (or not). I think people are consistently concerned about drag in the system and increased maintenance and whether (if true), those things are worth the perceived performance benefits. Those bikes are super wacky. We want to know more!
alexsin mattbeer's article
May 21, 2023 at 4:37
May 21, 2023
First Ride: Archibald Cycles' AC1 Doomsday Machine
The details box at the top of the page says Chainstay: 435mm (454 at sag)
alexsin mattbeer's article
May 20, 2023 at 3:54
May 20, 2023
First Ride: Archibald Cycles' AC1 Doomsday Machine
Now with this, the Williams Racing Trinity and the Nicolai Nucleon 16 I would say it's time for an old fashioned MBA shootout!
May 19, 2023 at 13:35
May 19, 2023
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May 19, 2023 at 13:35
May 19, 2023
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