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grompatrol grompatrol's article
Aug 6, 2017 at 10:46
Aug 6, 2017
Pedals for Groms: Spank Spoon 90 vs. Chromag Radar - Review
Two of the three testers had those Welgos prior to starting with the new pedals. They were better than the plastic, but didn't hold a candle to either the Chromags or Spanks. The Welgos are definitely better than the kids OEM pedals from virtually all bike companies though.
grompatrol RichardCunningham's article
Aug 2, 2017 at 13:08
Aug 2, 2017
From the Top: David Turner
Reading through the comments and the DHR is dominating the thread. Not bad for a bike that hasn't been produced in years. ... Obviously there's interest, so if there's ever a 650b DHR produced, take my money! (Hell, I'd even go 29" if it meant a new DHR!)
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grompatrol meagerdude's article
Aug 13, 2015 at 11:55
Aug 13, 2015
Photo Epic: Garbanzo DH - Crankworx Whistler 2015
Except that's a his Giant Glory, this year's simplified course was better suited to an Enduro bike so he ended up racing his Reign.
grompatrol grompatrol's article
Aug 5, 2015 at 14:53
Aug 5, 2015
Making Your Grom's Bike Park Experience Epic
You can give them a crap bike like everybody else and they'll learn like everybody else. However, if you want to give them a leg up, a good bike really helps. Not to mention that the sweet bike is only 1/3rd about their performance. Another other 3rd is safety, they don't get bucked as much and are able to hold better lines. The final third is about how it'll make them faster for YOUR sake, it's a lot more fun to ride with a faster grom than one who's much slower for the sake of 'paying their dues'. Then again, I'm not even sure the old argument of hardtails making riders better holds any water. The groms I've ridden with ride FS bikes, but when they throw a leg over a hardtail they hardly skip a beat.
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