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iam808 mikelevy's article
Aug 25, 2015 at 9:36
Aug 25, 2015
First Look: Magura's Wireless Electronic Dropper Post - Eurobike 2015
Unrooted - "Take the battery out and charge it in my car." Right, you agree with me then, batteries on bikes should be detachable.
iam808 mikelevy's article
Aug 25, 2015 at 8:00
Aug 25, 2015
First Look: Magura's Wireless Electronic Dropper Post - Eurobike 2015
You need to think big picture. Batteries will be needed for your dropper, shifter and suspension. You wanna take your whole bike apart? How about when some company, like say Specialized figures out a way to internally house the battery in the down tube? Then what's your plan?
iam808 mikelevy's article
Aug 25, 2015 at 6:06
Aug 25, 2015
First Look: Magura's Wireless Electronic Dropper Post - Eurobike 2015
With all these electronic parts being introduced there is one design that should be made standard, and that's a battery that can be detached for charging purposes. It's not always going to be easy or convenient to get a bike to an outlet. Consider being on a road trip and needing to charge the seat post while driving - what are you going to do, run the power cord out the window and up to the roof rack?
iam808 RichardCunningham's article
Jul 29, 2015 at 13:08
Jul 29, 2015
Exclusive Ride Report: FOX Live Valve Active Suspension System
That's exactly how I feel about the Ei system. My Spicy is 160mm and performs like a hard tail when locked out. The shock opens and closes hundreds of times over the course of a ride. I'm considerably faster and more in control then on my 140mm trail bike. No compromise's for undulating terrain, the bike knows what to do. Anyone in the "not on my bike" crowd is foolish...and you know when it'll become apparent? When you're getting stomped at races because everyone else is running a much more efficient bike.
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Santa Cruz Chameleon

$850 USD
Nothing quite like a Chameleon, the original do-it-all bike. Currently it's set up as a single speed 32x18 with a 120mm Fox and clipless, great for Cross Country. Don't care for SS? Then you're in luck 'cause this bike comes with an X9 shifter & derailleur, a 9 speed cassette and chain. Swap the drive train around, take the spacers out of the fork, set it up to 140mm and go ride All Mountain. Or throw some flats on it and go dirt jumping...with this bike anything is possible. Stiff, light and responsive this bike is rewarding to ride. Bike has frame scratches and cable rub consistent with riding. Fork stanchions are in perfect shape. Fox Float RLC 140mm SLX brakes - barely used Thompson Elite lay back seat post Truvativ Stylo bars and cranks Race Face Atlas stem, 50mm. A blue 70mm is also available Chris King headset 26" Mavic Crossride rims. Nobby Nick up front, Racing Ralph out back. Set up tubeless Will ship at buyers expense.

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