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Vecnum Launches 212mm Dropper Post
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fluidmotion OliDorn's article
Nov 19, 2018 at 10:00
Nov 19, 2018
Video: Balu's All-time Trail Dog Shred in 'Paws & Wheels'
Hold in there. Someday the opportunity will come. Wait till you can give that dogo all the outside time it deserves.
fluidmotion OliDorn's article
Nov 19, 2018 at 9:56
Nov 19, 2018
Video: Balu's All-time Trail Dog Shred in 'Paws & Wheels'
Ohh man right in the feels. My retired trail pup is sitting under my work desk as I watched this great video. At 17 his trail days are a distant memory, but I like to think he still dreams of chasing my rear tire. The excitement he portrayed when I grabbed a mt biking jersey was amazing. And the barks as we approached the trail head ensured I would never miss the turnoff.
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Marin AXC Frame

$80 USD
Marin AXC frame (Also know as Northside Trail). Size Large (16"). Built with trail bike geometry this frame is ready for rugged trails. Marin's tube selection and strong welds means this frame has many years of fun left. No cracks, normal paint chips and wear marks. Can take a fork from 100 to 130 mm in travel. Comes with Cane Creek S-3 headset and seatpost clamp http://www.marinbikes.com/bicycles_2006/html/bikes/bike_specs/specs_northside_trail.html http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/category/bikes/mountain/product/review-marin-northside-trail-8536

fluidmotion larock's video
Oct 21, 2012 at 22:24
Oct 21, 2012
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@Spicey-Mike Please back up your claims. You are making some huge claims about the life of carbon vs aluminum and providing zero sources. You left out aluminum's biggest issue, no fatigue limit. Without a fatigue limit even small stresses will cause damage. The cyclic stresses imposed on a bicycle will eventually cause a failure in an aluminum frame. Steel does posses a fatigue limit which is where its reputation of long life comes from. If you are still unsure of the roll fatigue limit plays then Wikipedia has your back. Carbon Fibers fatigue properties are more complicated than a simple limit. Fiber orientation plays a significant roll in carbons ability to resist fatigue. This subject is best left for a google search

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