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May 16, 2019
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May 16, 2019 at 10:53
May 16, 2019

Paul Love Lever Compact and Avid BB7

$150 USD
Paul Love Lever Compact and BB7 brakeset for sale. These levers are super smooth, and deliver impressive modulation and power. There is some light wear in the matte finish on the levers from my fingers. I think it looks pretty cool. The levers operate just as smoothly as the day I got them, and don't have any bends (haven't hit any trees with these). The calipers are a little scuffed up, and the rubber grommets are a bit worn, but functionally the calipers are great. 180 mm front and 160 mm rear rotors are included. I also have two or three sets of pads that I will throw in. Relatively new cables and housing, sized for an XL full suspension. I'm a huge fan of this brakeset, and it was all I ever needed in the southeast, but it gets a little overwhelmed on 2,000+ foot descents where I live now. Willing to sell the calipers/rotors/levers separately, just shoot me an offer.

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Feb 7, 2019 at 21:11
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Feb 4, 2019 at 11:43
Feb 4, 2019

Ortlieb Front Classic Panniers

$120 USD
Ortlieb Sport-Roller Front Classic Pannier red and black pair. Used condition with a few typical scuff marks, but functionally they are perfect. No tears in the fabric or issues with waterproofing. Shoulder straps included. These are meant to be run on the front rack, but will also work as a smaller rear pannier. These are the gold standard in bike touring and load hauling! Feel free to ask any questions. These are over $170 with tax from REI.

Jan 14, 2019 at 20:56
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cmmtb jamessmurthwaite's article
Dec 4, 2018 at 20:57
Dec 4, 2018
Mark Weir Hospitalized Following 'Widow Maker' Heart Scare
Wishing the best for Mark and his family. I also think it's important to point out that diet has a major role in the incidence of heart disease, which is the most deadly disease in the US. The role of genetics in heart disease is not fully understood, but multiple studies (including one at Harvard) have conclusively shown that decreasing or eliminating the consumption of animal products greatly reduces the risk of heart disease. One can be an extremely fit athlete, but that doesn't change the effects of animal products on the body. It is a simple fact that meat, dairy, and eggs directly contribute to the buildup of plaque, along with other diseases like cancer. I know it's easy to dismiss this information because animal products are such traditional staples in our diet, but it's imperative that we give this further consideration. The healthiest populations in the world are found in Asia and Africa, where the consumption of animal products is minimal. Interestingly, Seventh Day Adventists in the US (who don't eat meat) have the lowest rates of heart disease in the US. Some of the most successful endurance, sprint, and strength athletes are also plant-based. Give it some thought; it might save your life. More information: https://www.virtua.org/articles/prevent-and-reverse-heart-disease-with-a-plant-based-diet https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/the-right-plant-based-diet-for-you https://nutritionfacts.org/video/how-not-to-die-from-heart-disease/ Documentary about plant-based athletes: http://gamechangersmovie.com/
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