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demolist mikekazimer's article
Feb 2, 2019 at 2:26
Feb 2, 2019
Update: What's Going On With Shimano's New XTR Group?
I think most people would understand if Shitmano had been transparent and forthright from the start rather than beating around the bush and giving false promise after false promise. From Aug, to Dec, to Jan, and now to Mar.
demolist mikekazimer's article
Feb 1, 2019 at 12:46
Feb 1, 2019
Update: What's Going On With Shimano's New XTR Group?
From what I understand, these companies are already working on it but they can't launch because Shitmano won't allow them the license to do it.
demolist mikekazimer's article
Jan 31, 2019 at 21:28
Jan 31, 2019
Update: What's Going On With Shimano's New XTR Group?
@WAKIdesigns: beats me but I guess some people are just excited about a possibly lighter alternative to Onyx. Me, I like my hubs loud af lol.
demolist mikekazimer's article
Jan 31, 2019 at 11:16
Jan 31, 2019
Update: What's Going On With Shimano's New XTR Group?
Wonder why they launched the products and created all that hype and got everyone excited before making sure they could actually meet production demands and qualities. Isn't it better to launch once everything is sorted out and distribution chains are ready so that the hype created would get more sales? Now it just feels like their whole marketing efforts have gone down the drain.
demolist mikekazimer's article
Jan 31, 2019 at 11:01
Jan 31, 2019
Update: What's Going On With Shimano's New XTR Group?
Yup, Santa Cruz is speccing e*thirteen cranks on their XTR builds.
demolist mikekazimer's article
Jan 31, 2019 at 10:56
Jan 31, 2019
Update: What's Going On With Shimano's New XTR Group?
So summary of this shit show: - No Scylence hubs and 11sp that people are hyped about - No working with independent manufacturers to produce compatible alternatives - Leaving riders waiting on their new bike for MONTHS with failed promise after failed promise - Restricting licensing of Microspline drivers to DT and I9 only, leaving riders with little choice - Giving customers a black nondescript crank when they have paid for XTR - Launching a product that can't be manufactured
demolist mikekazimer's article
Jan 31, 2019 at 10:37
Jan 31, 2019
Update: What's Going On With Shimano's New XTR Group?
Creating a product then realising that you can't manufacture them AFTER launching just sounds like the sort of things you'd hear from small bootleg garage brands. Not from a company as big as Shimano. By the time the XTR is out, SRAM will be laughing in their faces with the e-tap Eagle wireless shifting.
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Dec 5, 2018 at 7:40
Dec 5, 2018
Selling
Dec 5, 2018 at 7:34
Dec 5, 2018

Santa Cruz 5010CC Medium Custom Build

$4300 USD
Lots of top end parts on this one. Selling for US$4300 only, inclusive shipping to CONUS. Condition: 9.5/10 Frame: Santa Cruz 5010 CC Medium *protected by Invisiframe since Day 1* Fork: Lefty Supermax Carbon Stem: Race Face Turbine R 50mm Handlebar: Race Face Next SL Carbon Seatpost: Race Face Next Carbon Saddle: Fabric Scoop Brakes: SRAM Guide Ultimate Drivetrain: SRAM X0 10-speed Cranks: Race Face Next SL G4 Carbon *lightest crank on market* Pedals: Race Face Atlas flats Chainring: Wolf Tooth Oval Headset: Chris King Wheelset: e*thirteen TRSr Carbon wheelset with Chris King hubs Tires: Maxxis Ardent

demolist Sir-Dirty-BIker's photo
May 7, 2012 at 6:26
May 7, 2012
what pedals are those?

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