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gbcarmona danielsapp's article
Jan 17, 2019 at 3:51
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Fox Announces 175mm Transfer Dropper Post
@Sacki: thanks for the shout but I actually did that already and I still feel some difference in smoothness of operation when its quite cold here in the UK. The post is a year old so I will service it myself soon. Really good post, solid and I know that TFT hardly ever had any problems and probably the product with most success rate...bombproof considering it is on my HT which I mainly use in the winter months and naturally that dropper gets more abuse than the one on the FS. Only thing I really wish, is that my lever on the FS was the same as the one on the HT since I have one of your very first ones with the different cable entry, with the horrible end cable cap on the remote while the latest one is much neater. Well done overall...i've recommended your post to some of my mates who have bought them without any complaints.
gbcarmona danielsapp's article
Jan 15, 2019 at 11:40
Jan 15, 2019
Fox Announces 175mm Transfer Dropper Post
If it helps I have both on different bikes. no matter what you decide, always get the Bike Yoke lever rather than the Fox which is really weak and sh1t3 in comparison...I broke 2 until I gave up! If you run Shimano it makes the cockpit neat as well with the adaptor. Fox is really smooth, rode more than 1k miles on it, no problems at all...a tiny bit of side-to-side play from the start...normal I've been told by Fox. Revive...solid, Revive function is neat and I think I only used it once in 1K miles as well...really easy to dismantle yourself and service if necessary which reduces service costs...(video/tutorial on YouTube)...only thing I found about this post is that it doesn't work as well or is as smooth when the weather is - temperatures...both very reliable and probably the two best posts.
Dec 31, 2018 at 6:32
Dec 31, 2018

Commencal Meta V4.2

$1250 GBP
2018 commencal meta 4.2 ride Purchased in March 2018 Size Large All stock spec apart from Shimano Ice-Tech rotors, Brendog grips, oval 30T chainring, new rear mech and chain...will include a new cassette as well. Frame: 2018 Meta AM V4.2 650B, travel 160mm Shock: RockShox Debonair Fork: RockShox Yari boost with 2 extra volume spacers supplied Chainset: SRAM NX X-Sync, boost Brake/Shift Levers: SRAM NX, 1x11-speed Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP Press Fit BB92 Rear Derailleur: SRAM NX, 11-speed Cassette: SRAM PG 1130, 11–42T, 11-speed (will put new before sale) Chain: SRAM PC 1110 Front Hub: Formula, 32 holes, sealed bearings Rear Hub: Formula, 32 holes, sealed bearings (compatibility: 148x12mm maxle standard boost) Rims: WTB STP i29, 32 holes, double wall, tubeless ready, 29mm inner width Front Tyre: Schwalbe Magic Mary Rear Tyre: Maxxis DHF 27.5" x 2.5" WT EXO / TR Brakes: SRAM Level Pedals - Burgtec Penthouses Dropper: Brand-X Ascend (always trouble-free) Well looked after bike, selling due to new bike purchase. PM for more photos or viewing. Buyer will pay postage if required and any possible fees. Geometry chart on pics.

gbcarmona mozz's article
Dec 31, 2018 at 6:12
Dec 31, 2018
Poll: What is the Forum's Sexiest AM/FR/Enduro Hardtail of 2018?
Totally agree. The Kingdom Vendetta is without a doubt the best and most beautiful HT.
Dec 24, 2018 at 9:44
Dec 24, 2018


gbcarmona cotic-bikes's article
Oct 2, 2018 at 11:57
Oct 2, 2018
Cotic Launch Limited Edition SodaMAX Titanium Hardtail
Nice like most Ti frames...Cotic going head-to-head with Orange...but then you look at the price of a Kingdom Vendetta (even the higher spec'd one in comparison, let alone the cheaper X2) and you only have to compare the geometry to understand which one will be more fun to ride...Its a looooot of fun!
gbcarmona paulaston's article
Jul 13, 2018 at 11:26
Jul 13, 2018
Bike Check: Adam Brayton's Scott Gambler - Andorra World Cup 2018
At least Hardline...last time he was soooo close if it wasn't for that mistake. Just shows what it takes, if a guy like him can't get onto the podium at the WC!?
gbcarmona alexcgevans's article
Jul 6, 2018 at 23:36
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