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blcpdx mikelevy's article
Mar 19, 2020 at 15:11
Mar 19, 2020
Opinion: 4 Lessons From Riding Inexpensive Bikes
Bike shops also add stability to the industry, which is necessary for the evolution of bikes. The technology used on bikes today, in the frames, drivetrains, suspension, etc, has been developed over decades, with roots stretching back beyond internet. I think it's unfair that direct to consumer brands can select the same components that a non-direct brand can, at the same price. Trek could sell their bikes at the same prices as YT, but only Trek would make money, not 1000s of employees of Trek retailers throughout the world. DTC brands are benefiting from the blood, sweat, & grit of retailers. It's the way of the world (#youareonnativeland) but that doesn't make it a good thing. Honestly, I could be wrong, just my two cents, as I watch these brands develop, and retailers/brands struggle to adapt.
blcpdx danielsapp's article
Mar 18, 2020 at 19:08
Mar 18, 2020
Check Out: Fresh Shoes, Lights, Tools, Snacks & More
Toilet Paper Challenge! How fast can you eat a roll of toilet paper!!!
blcpdx mikekazimer's article
Sep 1, 2019 at 22:55
Sep 1, 2019
Trek's New XC Race Bike Breaks Cover at Mont-Sainte-Anne World Champs
Mini mashup of Polygon NAILD and Yeti Switch infinity platforms. Like the latter, it appears to be a Fox collaboration, which means it should be solid. Tricky thing is, to have a damping mechanism (rather than just a bi-directional stanchion) seems like there are actually two shocks facing opposite directions, with the damping mechanicals in the center. Looking forward to the launch video to explain it all!
Aug 25, 2019 at 14:04
Aug 25, 2019

Santa Cruz Bronson CC Large XO1 w/Carbon Wheels

$5000 USD
MY19 Santa Cruz Bronson 27.5 version: 3 (latest) Frame: CC Carbon (lightest) Fork: Fox 36 Performance Elite (same as Factory without Kashima gold coating) -160mm travel Shock: Rockshox SuperDeluxe Ultimate Air - 150mm travel Seatpost: RockShox Reverb - 170mm w/ Shifter style lever Wheels: Santa Cruz Reserve Carbon Wheel (30mm internal Width) w/ DT350 Hubs Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 Front, Maxxis Minion DHR 2.4 Rear - tons of tread left, set up tubeless Drivetrain: XO1 Eagle 12 Speed Cassette, Chain, derailleur, w/ Carbon X1 Crank (=XO1 DH crank for trail use) Cockpit: Santa Cruz CC Carbon Handlebars (35.0mm clamp, 800mm wide, 20mm rise), RaceFace Aeffect R Stem, fresh Santa Cruz Palmdale lock on grips (I took my used ones off) Saddle: Fabric Scoop Elite Radius (Titanium rails) Brakes: SRAM Code RSC Hydraulic, w/ 180mm Rotors Been on some trips, and served me well, but otherwise normal dry season use around town so in very good condition. Fixing up my old car, so need the cash. Fall riding is coming!

blcpdx MammothMountain's article
Aug 25, 2019 at 10:19
Aug 25, 2019
blcpdx brianpark's article
Aug 22, 2019 at 12:43
Aug 22, 2019
Video: The FIM eMTB "World Cup" Race in Imola, Italy Was Embarrassing
blcpdx briceshirbach's article
Aug 8, 2019 at 21:33
Aug 8, 2019
Local Flavours: The Complete Guide to Riding in Whitefish, Montana
It's LEGO! 1/2 of the WF Bike Retreat's two-heeler mascot team. Miss him and Shot! (and Cricket :*) )
blcpdx ibiscycles's article
May 23, 2019 at 7:46
May 23, 2019
Ibis Announces New S-Wheels, Collaboration with Stan's NoTubes
@Sshredder: which $3000 rear bumper did you get for your truck?
blcpdx ibiscycles's article
May 23, 2019 at 7:40
May 23, 2019
Ibis Announces New S-Wheels, Collaboration with Stan's NoTubes
I can almost guarantee that happens a bunch with offset rims.
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