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jlawie mikekazimer's article
May 20, 2019 at 6:21
May 20, 2019
Review: Fezzari's 2019 La Sal Peak is a Fun & Modern All-Rounder
@Coppermine: Hardly break? Or hardly brake.
jlawie mikekazimer's article
May 20, 2019 at 0:26
May 20, 2019
Review: Fezzari's 2019 La Sal Peak is a Fun & Modern All-Rounder
Not me. 15 year old me knew Hayes were shit.
jlawie jamessmurthwaite's article
May 14, 2019 at 0:02
May 14, 2019
Selling
May 11, 2019 at 6:14
May 11, 2019

Santa Cruz Bronson Carbon CC Medium Monarch RC3

$850 GBP
2015 Santa Cruz Bronson CC 'CC' being the lighter, stronger and pricier model. Please note, all 'CC' models just state 'C' on the top tube. The decal at the rear shows it's a 'CC' model. Purchased in 2016 as new old stock and hardly used from new. Excellent condition all over. All bearings replaced end of last year. Greased recently too. Upgraded Monarch Debonair Plus rear shock. This was fitted brand new last month and has had a single ride since. Fitted with volume spacers which I'll include in the sale. New bushings also. Complete with Hope headset, seat clamp and axle. Strictly collection only, postage not possible.

jlawie edspratt's article
May 10, 2019 at 7:39
May 10, 2019
Video: Lo-Fi Style and Flow with Danny MacAskill
Sure this isn't a missing cut from Sprung 5? Love it
jlawie jamessmurthwaite's article
May 9, 2019 at 1:43
May 9, 2019
Connor Fearon Wins Regional Enduro Race on a Hardtail
@WAKIdesigns shouldn't have an issue with this. Seeing as it's a sensible fork travel length.
jlawie mikekazimer's article
Apr 24, 2019 at 5:30
Apr 24, 2019
Starling Cycles' Prototype is a Steel High-Pivot 29er With 5 Speeds
@thenotoriousmic: Agree with some of what you say...but not much of it. Handle better - While they tend to be more predictable,saying they handle better very much depends on the bikes/terrain in comparison. Climb better - Over rooty sections of climbs, the full sus is likely to track the ground better, making it easier to climb. But that would depend if you are on a XC or DH rig?! Way less tiring to ride around all day - I think most peoples backsides would disagree. Again, terrain and bike dependent. Easier to maintain - Don't think anyone would deny that. Way cheaper - Again, depends on the build. More fun - Depends on the rider/terrain. I don't think anyone would find Fort William or similar tracks more 'fun' on a hardtail. Not saying many wouldn't give it a go, I just don't think it'd be very fun by the bottom :) Better for your skills - Would agree with this though. Riding a hardtail certainly makes you pick better lines. My riding style is a lot sloppier when I know I have some wiggle room riding a full sus.
jlawie mikekazimer's article
Apr 22, 2019 at 10:17
Apr 22, 2019
Starling Cycles' Prototype is a Steel High-Pivot 29er With 5 Speeds
@thenotoriousmic: Sex is only cool with a hardtail though...don't even go there with a soft one!
jlawie mikekazimer's article
Apr 22, 2019 at 8:46
Apr 22, 2019
Starling Cycles' Prototype is a Steel High-Pivot 29er With 5 Speeds
@WAKIdesigns: And for those who aren't in it for medals, but just out for a good time? You seem to have lost the point of what biking is all about. Yes, my full sus might be smoother, more comfortable and more expensive. But I have far more fun on my hardtail that cost a quarter of the price. Isn't that what it's all about?
jlawie mikekazimer's article
Apr 21, 2019 at 2:03
Apr 21, 2019
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