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gdharries sarahmoore's article
Jan 9, 2024 at 11:18
Jan 9, 2024
Greg Minnaar Joins Norco - Full Interview
Greg's comment about having long legs, being leaned over, pivoting from the hips and facing down are something that I struggle with as well. People who have average or shorter legs can just stand up and ride tall, but I am bent over and so is he (as are others with the same body type). I'm wondering what the changes are from his previous bike to the new bike, besides the smaller rear wheel if that's the thing. Drastically higher stack? Shorter reach? What's the secret?
gdharries dangerousdave's article
Dec 22, 2023 at 19:20
Dec 22, 2023
Video: Riding Heinously Technical & Decrepit Skinnies on the North Shore
About the only thing our old bikes had going for them compared to new were their short wheelbases to make those crazy step transitions easier. Everything else: the v-brakes, rock hard tires, lousy forks, triple rings and long stems, I’m happy we’re moved on from. Case in point: This 1999 Santa Cruz Chameleon of mine
gdharries jessiemaymorgan's article
Nov 23, 2023 at 9:11
Nov 23, 2023
State Bicycle Co Release Affordable Entry-Level Fat Bike
@nfontanella: In spring I sold my old (9 years) geometry fat bike with a 71 degree head angle. I replaced it with a new fat bike that has a 68 degree head angle. The difference between the 2 bikes is night and day. I sure don’t miss the ol’ beast that was nervous as heck and not much fun to ride down anything challenging.
Oct 16, 2023 at 14:43
Oct 16, 2023

SRAM Level T, hydraulic brake set

$100 CAD
SRAM Level T, hydraulic brake set (front and rear) taken off new XL fat bike. Never ridden outside of random tests in parking lot. 2-caliper piston design. 32" hose front (812mm) and 62" hose rear (1574mm). Rotors and adapters not included. To buy these brakes new is $250+, so save yourself some cash and spend that extra money on beer and Timbits. Buyer pays shipping. Cheapest option will likely be Canada Post.

gdharries alicialeggett's article
Sep 27, 2023 at 9:35
Sep 27, 2023
Getting to Know the Young & Very Fast Asa Vermette
@MT36: Not necessarily. I know of families who scrape by with multiple jobs (all freelance and remote) and work hard at sponsorships, funding and grants to support their young athlete's dreams and aspirations. Their families don't have a lot of money, and sacrifice quite a lot to spend time on the road with them, travelling and competing. This is overwhelmingly not true for everyone, but it is a reality for others.
gdharries alicialeggett's article
Sep 26, 2023 at 14:32
Sep 26, 2023
Getting to Know the Young & Very Fast Asa Vermette
This sure helps.
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Sep 18, 2023 at 20:18
Sep 18, 2023
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gdharries canadianenduro's article
Sep 12, 2023 at 13:00
Sep 12, 2023
Event Recap: Yukon Canadian XCM Championships & Yukon Bike Fest
What a week, and weekend! So proud of the Yukon and our incredible cycling community, and I'm very thankful for all of those who made the journey north to race with us.
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Sep 1, 2023 at 9:28
Sep 1, 2023
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gdharries Mandownmedia's article
Aug 28, 2023 at 22:29
Aug 28, 2023
Racing Round-up: Pinkbike Balance Bike and Rippers World Championships
This weekend here in Whitehorse, Yukon we're hosting the Kids Cookie Criterium! Do some laps, get some cookies!
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