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bentplate TheUselessTrials's article
Dec 12, 2018 at 10:27
Dec 12, 2018
A Homemade Hack Puts Pins on the Shoes Instead of the Pedals - Thoughts?
Are there no fly fishers here? Metal studs on rubber soled boots make all the difference when wading through mossy, rocky riverbeds and scrambling up slippery rocks. I use these studs for moto tires instead of the over-priced "fly fishing specific" stud options: Screw them right into the boot in the designated spots. They bite really well, and you can always get a flat head in there to remove them. IMO this is all you would need at the bottom of your shoe, not some big spikes.
bentplate singletrackZach's article
Jun 5, 2018 at 16:51
Jun 5, 2018
A $999 Wireless Dropper Post, New Tires, Tools & More - Taipei Cycle Pre-Show
Don't forget about your $1,000 Ti crankset from Cane Creek (also made in Taiwan).
Added 9 photos to Knolly-Warden-C
Nov 20, 2017 at 15:06
Nov 20, 2017
Nov 20, 2017 at 9:27
Nov 20, 2017

Knolly Warden Carbon - Large - X01 - I9 Carbon Wheels

$3000 USD
This is a dream bike! All carbon, XO1 drive train, I9 Carbon Wheels, Pike fork, and DBair IL shock. The shock, dropper, and brake levers were recently rebuilt. All the bearings and bushings were just cleaned and greased. The bike weighs in at just 28lbs. This bike is a blast to ride, is a good technical climber, and bombs downhill. It does show signs of its age but no signs of slowing. Details below: Frame: 2016 Knolly Warden C size Large: Wheels: Industry 9 Pillar Carbon Enduro with color matched decals Fork: RockShox Pike 160mm with color matched decals - Serviced for the season Stem: Race Face Turbine 50mm Handlebars: Race Face SixC 35mm diameter, 800mm wide Shifter: Sram X01 11 Speed Brake levers: Sram Guide RSC - both levers were rebuilt with new internals and are perfect Brakes: Sram Guide 4 piston calipers with 200mm front and 180mm rear rotors Crankset: Race Face Next carbon crankset, 175mm Chainring: Race Face Narrow Wide 30T Shock: Cane Creek DBair IL - Just rebuilt Seat post: KS Lev Integra 150mm dropper - Recently Rebuilt Saddle: SQ Lab 611 Active Ergowave, 14 cm, S-Tube (not shown in pics) Cassette: Sram XG1195 10-42 with new Wolf Tooth 42T cog Bottom Bracket: Race Face cinch BSA 30mm threaded - recently replaced Chain: Sram PC XX1 Hollow Pin Chainguide: MRP AMG 28-32 Front Tire: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.35" Rear Tire: Maxxis Minion DHR 2.35" Please, no low ball offers. This is an incredible bike and I'm not going to give it away. Pedals are not selling with the bike.

bentplate RichardCunningham's article
Nov 15, 2017 at 9:00
Nov 15, 2017
Syncros Matchbox Tailor HV1.5 Bottle Cage – Review
This is slick for sure, but not having a 6mm is a miss. I've got the Topeak Ninja TC Mountain and it is awesome. It's not nearly as sleek but it's super practicaland it has a real deal multi tool with every tool you could possibly need including a 10mm hex.
bentplate mikelevy's article
Oct 26, 2017 at 8:07
Oct 26, 2017
Social Media Round-Up - Red Bull Rampage 2017
@yeti-monster: You can fuck right off with your reasonable logic.
bentplate mikekazimer's article
Sep 18, 2017 at 15:08
Sep 18, 2017
Mondraker Bikes Coming to the US
@chupicocconut: That's my new favorite spot when passing through. And they'll fill up any growler, unlike those pricks across the street at Knee Deep! J/k, they're awesome too.
bentplate CycleMonkeyPinkbike's article
Sep 13, 2017 at 6:58
Sep 13, 2017
Zerode Now Available Through Fanatik Bike Co.
@OriginalDonk: That makes sense but 300 miles is quite a bit of riding to break it in. 20-30 rides for the average rider before it starts feeling new? Seems like they should find a way to break it in before they ship it.
bentplate RichardCunningham's article
Aug 17, 2017 at 11:48
Aug 17, 2017
What's Up at 9point8 - Crankworx Whistler 2017
How did it fail? Been curious about the longevity of these posts.
bentplate mikekazimer's article
Jul 26, 2017 at 8:34
Jul 26, 2017
MSR's Pocket-Sized TrailShot Water Filter - Review
MSR makes quality stuff. Been using their Dromedary and Dromlite bags for years camping. I definitely like this setup better than the straw type filters from Sawyer or Lifestraw. I carry a Sawyer on really long rides if I'm unsure about water access but they're not ideal for filling a water bottle. This looks way easier
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