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Sep 21, 2017 at 23:39
Sep 21, 2017
I should show you the new bike from the same company. I took my initial idea and took it even further on it haha. But it was a sick cruiser bike.

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Carbon Chinese 29er and Fork (142x12 axle)

$329 USD
I am the first owner of this frame. Yes, it's one of those Chinese carbon frames and I love it! The company has some of the best customer service ever and I actually trust this frame a lot. I built it as somewhat of a town bike but it's built to be a light XC bike. It could also be a killer road bike. I am a mechanic and really wanted to see how these frames are. The price was just too good not to try. Save yourself a lot of money and get a nice carbon frame. You have my word that it's actually a very well built frame and I'd trust it just as much as a name brand frame that was built for the same purposes. The only reason I'm selling is because I actually bought another frame from this same manufacturer (Full Suspension.) I also have a dropper seatpost (KS LEV Integra) that works really well. It's in these pictures. It's also pictured with the fork. We can discuss a price depending on what you would like. Everything works amazingly and is in fantastic cosmetic condition too. ***Ad price is for frame and fork*** please message for more questions regarding the dropper post and if you'd prefer to buy without the fork, etc. Frame is tapered head tube, 142x12 rear axle. 31.6 seat tube. Fork is standard 15mm thru axle.

fr3er1d3r paulaston's article
Sep 15, 2017 at 6:37
Sep 15, 2017
Carbon Conundrum - Pole Bicycles Ditch Their Plastic Project
@EMR52: I get the whole miss america thing but wasn't this just some hyped up thing that the company had to explain why the hype was never seen through to the end? Any explanation from them without thorough detail would seem like a lot is being left out. It could just be an honest response to all the potential disappointment. Maybe they are just explaining what they learned...and those things didn't sit right by them. Now they're just pandering to the public? People are so quick to judge.
fr3er1d3r RichardCunningham's article
Sep 7, 2017 at 6:29
Sep 7, 2017
Wolf Tooth ReMote Sustain Cable Conversion for RockShox Reverb Droppers - Review
Is anyone that's going to say "works flawlessly" going to mention anything about cold weather? Heck, even chili weather? Mild winter weather will freeze up a reverb. Anyone going to talk about that??
fr3er1d3r RichardCunningham's article
Sep 6, 2017 at 23:41
Sep 6, 2017
Wolf Tooth ReMote Sustain Cable Conversion for RockShox Reverb Droppers - Review
I'm surprised. My biggest issues with the hydraulic button on the reverb was how slowly it would move in colder weather. My reverb was useless in 40-50 degree weather. That's Fahrenheit. It's so easy to remove the post with a cable. Maintaining tension is also a breeze when you have the tension adjustment right by the handle. It seems so infrequently necessary to do anyway. As for mud and stuff, I can see the argument there. I've still never had issues with that, though. And lubricating the cable is also a breeze if it comes to that. I think the reverb should stay a hydraulic seat post simply for that fact that it is different and therefore will always have a fan-base of loyal customers who swear by hydro posts. Otherwise they'd just be another mechanical seat-post
fr3er1d3r vernonfelton's article
Aug 31, 2017 at 23:52
Aug 31, 2017
New Dropper Post and Forks from Manitou - Eurobike 2017
I've never cringed so hard with this much pleasure. You're a sick man! Thank you.
fr3er1d3r mikekazimer's article
Aug 22, 2017 at 1:13
Aug 22, 2017
Crankbrothers Expands Stamp Flat Pedal Lineup
Hahaha! Good points though. How are these not insanely over priced? Maybe this company just gets away with making their stuff more expensive then it should be. They have a price point to live up to.
Jun 29, 2017 at 23:28
Jun 29, 2017
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