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bctrailblazer68 sarahmoore's article
Jun 7, 2024 at 13:21
Jun 7, 2024
Check Out: Kids' Gear, New 7mesh Pants & A Trio of Jerseys
Those grips look a little big for kids.
bctrailblazer68 jessiemaymorgan's article
May 20, 2024 at 13:42
May 20, 2024
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
I know a couple of local riders that were interested in the 2023 Marin Alpine Trail E2, but after they heard there were positive changes coming in 2024 they held out. Changes aside, when they saw the weight in this article it was an immediate no sale for them. How did Marin think that increasing the weight of their emtb to +60lbs was a good idea?? Somebody should be fired.
bctrailblazer68 jessiemaymorgan's article
Apr 25, 2024 at 14:40
Apr 25, 2024
First Ride: Canyon Neuron:ONfly - a Lighter 140mm eMTB
Odd they'd spec 170mm cranks on a XS emtb.
bctrailblazer68 mikekazimer's article
Apr 10, 2024 at 12:42
Apr 10, 2024
First Ride: 2024 Norco Range VLT eMTB - The Bosch-Powered High Pivot Machine
I have no idea what Norco was thinking. Who is actually going to buy this thing at 57-60lbs? I mean no one wants a heavier emtb in 2024, let alone one of, if not the heaviest one available.
Added 5 photos to Buysell
Mar 24, 2024 at 20:53
Mar 24, 2024
bctrailblazer68 pinkbikeoriginals's article
Mar 8, 2024 at 14:22
Mar 8, 2024
Friday Fails #315
#2 Snapped bar?
bctrailblazer68 dariodigiulio's article
Mar 4, 2024 at 13:18
Mar 4, 2024
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: What Fenders Pinkbike's Editors Actually Use
Yeah the RRP ProGuard bolt-on looks good and works even better. Too bad they've been out of stock for awhile now.
bctrailblazer68 seb-stott's article
Mar 4, 2024 at 12:34
Mar 4, 2024
First Ride: Merida eOne-Sixty - Low Weight or Long Range
@Betacygni: Why would I need a replacement motor when I can rebuild it for a 1/3 the cost? Shimano is the only large company not working, nor communicating with motor rebuild/service centers worldwide. After warranty, which is just 2 years, your only choice is to purchase a new motor. On that note, just try to get a new E8000 motor from Shimano. I believe your faith is highly misplaced.
bctrailblazer68 seb-stott's article
Mar 1, 2024 at 12:24
Mar 1, 2024
First Ride: Merida eOne-Sixty - Low Weight or Long Range
Aside from the bike I really want to like the EP801 as many brands still spec it, but I believe it's the only motor on the market that can not be completely rebuilt. Bosch, Brose and Yamaha can be. That leaves you holding a ~$1200 bag after the Shimano's 2 year warranty ends. Shimano Services Centers that repair the EP8 and EP801... zero.
bctrailblazer68 seb-stott's article
Mar 1, 2024 at 12:17
Mar 1, 2024
First Ride: Merida eOne-Sixty - Low Weight or Long Range
I really want to like the EP801 as many brands still spec it, but I believe it's the only motor on the market that can not be completely rebuilt. That leaves you holding a ~$1200 bag after it's 2 year warranty ends. Shimano Services Centers that repair the EP8 and EP801... zero.
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