Nov 18, 2017 at 13:042 days
Used for a month, switched to carbon. Chainring still in great shape and cranks have minimal wear. 24mm spindle. Came off yeti sb6c so it is boost compatible.
andnyleswillriot EnduroCup's article
Nov 16, 2017 at 18:13Nov 16, 2017
Scott Enduro Cup Presented by Vittoria - 2018 Race Schedule
@dbodoggle: exactly. Those trails are beautiful raw san jaun single track and don't need that much traffic.
andnyleswillriot SCOTT-Sports's article
Nov 15, 2017 at 6:32Nov 15, 2017
Fall Riding in Colorado with Dane Tudor - Video
Cb sucks. It’s all about the front range.
andnyleswillriot raceface's article
Nov 14, 2017 at 6:18Nov 14, 2017
Race Face Introduces Carbon Wheel Guarantee
Dunno who pays retail. I feel like everyone knows a friend with a QBP account haha
andnyleswillriot RichardCunningham's article
Nov 11, 2017 at 6:32Nov 11, 2017
SKS RideAir Tubeless Inflation Bottle - Review
Still never understand these types of things, if you unfold your brand new tire and let it sit for a couple hours it’s easy to get the bead to set with a regular floor pump.
Nov 5, 2017 at 6:41Nov 5, 2017
FREE SHIPPING. Used for less than a month, tons of life left. Compatible with Raceface cinch system only.
andnyleswillriot mikekazimer's article
Nov 4, 2017 at 7:14Nov 4, 2017
8 Tips and Tricks for Wet Weather Riding
@r-macattack: if you’re having that much of a problem then you’re wearing too thick of a merino layer. There’s a fine line there. The mons royale stuff is my go to for riding this time of year, even under a rain jacket and sweating. Oh, and a merino layer is a technical baselayer haha I think you just mean polyester based layers.
andnyleswillriot vernonfelton's article
Nov 3, 2017 at 14:42Nov 3, 2017
Hanging Up Your Helmet This Winter? – Pinkbike Poll
I usually have one or two options here in CO to drive and hour-ish to get to some dry trails but our snow is too deep in the high country for regular riding. To that end, skiing is incredibly more fun than fat biking.
andnyleswillriot AJBarlas's article
Oct 26, 2017 at 16:23Oct 26, 2017
Ridden and Rated: Six Flat Pedals
In reality, most pedal strikes are going to happen regardless of how thick your pedal is. It's really more of a marketing gimmick than anything (not that it's not entirely untrue but it's not that big of a deal), not to mention how good your technique is or isn't. The crampon feels absolutely horrible, it's convex shape makes it feel like you're going to slip off the front or rear of the pedal constantly. Sure my TMAC's are thicker but holy crap the amount of grip you get outweighs that immensely. If you're having a problem striking pedals (I ride a current low BB height bike as well) then hone your technique. Simple.