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domino0 jamessmurthwaite's article
Jul 13, 2020 at 12:39
Jul 13, 2020
Cannondale and GT to Reject Traditional Mid-Year Model Structure
What would be an even bolder step would be to forgo the traditional 'model year' entirely, only releasing new models when there was actually an update beyond a new paint scheme. This would reduce the need for bike shops to discount models every year in the first place, and reduces waste in the system by avoiding older models becoming redundant. Obviously component manufacturers would have to align with this to a degree - for more significant components such as drivetrains, suspension and brakes - but let's face it, most of these components don't get anything other than new stickers or colours each year anyway. Better for the planet, better for the industry.
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Jul 6, 2019 at 3:59
Jul 6, 2019
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Jul 6, 2019 at 3:58
Jul 6, 2019

Ibis Cycles - Mojo HD3 - M

$1600 GBP
For sale is my Ibis Cycles Mojo HD3 in size medium. This has been owned since new and is an incredibly fun and capable do-it-all bike. I've had a lot of fun on this bike, and it truly can cater for anything that you can throw at it whilst still being an absolute blast uphill and on long, epic days out. "The phrase ''all-around'' so often actually means that a bike gets by everywhere but isn't amazing anywhere, which is why I'm hesitant to use that sort of wording to describe what the HD3 is capable of. Ibis is forcing me to do exactly that, though, by creating a 6'' travel bike that I literally wouldn't hesitate to reach for regardless of the day's plans. What I mean by that is that the HD3 suits how and where a lot of people ride, much more so than many other bikes of the same travel." - Mike Levy, Pinkbike Good overall condition with only a few of the usual scuffs and marks you would expect from a used, but well loved bike - examples of these have been illustrated in the images. All high-wear and areas prone to cable rub have been clear-taped from new. This bike has seen very little mileage over the last two years, and had fresh frame bearings installed around the time of last frequent use. It has just been completely stripped down, cleaned and serviced by a professional mechanic. This included all-new inner and outer gear cabling, inner and outer dropper post cabling, fresh bottom bracket bearings, a new upper headset bearing, front and rear brake bleed, new brake pads, fork service, and new Lizard Skins grips. The bike has not been used since this service. Spec: • Ibis Cycles Mojo HD3 - Medium - Pesto Green - 150mm rear wheel travel • Fox Factory 36 Float RC2 - 160mm travel • Cane Creek DBinline • Shimano XT 2-piston brakes • Sram X01 11-speed drivetrain • Race Face Turbine cranks • KS Lev Integra seatpost • Fabric Scoop Shallow saddle • Stans Flow EX rims with Speed Tune hubs • Schwalbe Magic Mary 2.4" front tyre • Schwalbe Hans Dampf Super Gravity 2.4" rear tyre • Ibis Cycles carbon fibre 740mm handlebar • Thomson Elite stem • Lizard Skins Peaty grips Collection available from Edinburgh. Can ship within the UK at cost to the buyer. Bank transfer or cash on collection. Reasonable offers only.

domino0 danielsapp's article
Dec 18, 2018 at 8:33
Dec 18, 2018
Ridden & Rated: 12 Jackets for Wet Weather Riding
It’s that time of year when everyone starts releasing reviews of waterproof jackets…yet every single time they seem to miss the mark for me. Sure, they test the waterproofing and cut, but almost never truly test the ease of washing the jacket when its covered in thick, dried, muddy grime. So many times I’ve bought a solid jacket with great cut and great waterproofing, but when it comes to washing, it’s always left in dirty stains and never cleans properly. The fabrics may be great at keeping you dry, but the dirt just sticks to the pours and texture - fabric choice matters. You need to realise that riding trails in the rain typically means riding in the mud... A great review would be one that digs into the details of cleaning the jacket after you've driven an hour home and the mud has dried, or after repeated rides when cleaning isn't possible in-between. And whether the fabrics are easier to clean the next day when the mud has been left to dry, or after you've given it a once-over with a pressure washer at the car park (when that's possible). Jackets, their waterproofing and general fit-for-purpose would last sooo much longer if this was taken into account in the manufacturing and reviews.
domino0 dingus's photo
Jan 29, 2017 at 13:09
Jan 29, 2017
Oh man, that's sick! I love my Yeti DJ, but have always thought the older style like this were slightly more fun.

domino0 HyperSquirrel's article
Jan 7, 2017 at 3:12
Jan 7, 2017
domino0 stuz's video
Jul 6, 2016 at 12:26
Jul 6, 2016
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Love it!

domino0 influxproductions's article
Apr 13, 2016 at 11:52
Apr 13, 2016
domino0 domino0's video
May 1, 2015 at 11:54
May 1, 2015
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Thanks Luke!

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May 1, 2015
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