laksboy

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laksboy seb-stott's article
Dec 20, 2022 at 12:18
Dec 20, 2022
2022 Pinkbike Awards: Product of the Year Nominees
Apparently not much in the way of innovation this year.
laksboy seb-stott's article
Dec 5, 2022 at 12:28
Dec 5, 2022
Review: Pole's 190mm-Travel Voima is Long, Slack & High
I noticed and came here to say the same thing. It's not even subtle.
laksboy travisengel's article
Nov 24, 2022 at 7:54
Nov 24, 2022
Trail Tools: Electric Chainsaw Vs. Electric Sawzall
My 18V brushless Makita Sawzall with an 12" pruning blade and 4AH battery would easily get that assuming its a softwood tree. I've been using it recently for just that task, doing multiple 10-12" logs and then occasional cut up to 18" with 2 batteries lasting me several trees.
laksboy travisengel's article
Nov 24, 2022 at 7:50
Nov 24, 2022
Trail Tools: Electric Chainsaw Vs. Electric Sawzall
Been super impressed with my full-size brushless 18V Makita sawzall with 9 & 12" pruning specific blades. Blasts through manzanita, Ceonothus, and up to 20" downed old cedars if I work my way around the trunk
laksboy pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 16, 2022 at 14:43
Nov 16, 2022
Win It Wednesday: Enter to Win a Pair of TIME Speciale 12 Pedals
@brianpark: the old ones last forever and you could get spare parts when they did finally break. The new ones break in less than a year and there are no spare parts available from sramtime.
laksboy sixpackracinggmbh's article
Nov 11, 2022 at 21:18
Nov 11, 2022
Sixpack Racing Launches 1st Ride Series Components for Kids
not a direct answer to your question, but smaller diameter grips also improve brake reach.
laksboy sixpackracinggmbh's article
Nov 11, 2022 at 21:17
Nov 11, 2022
Sixpack Racing Launches 1st Ride Series Components for Kids
Agreed. The junit set is more versatile with the 2-sizes of grips. Unfortunately they don't come in colors... The 23mm grips are a little firm and much less "comfy" than the SDG grips but after 2.5 years on SDG grips, my 8 year old prefers the smaller junit's on his newest bike which means they would have been better when he was 6. Also the ends on the SDG's break easier when your kid drops his bike and the overall shim design for controls on the junits is better.
laksboy sixpackracinggmbh's article
Nov 11, 2022 at 20:57
Nov 11, 2022
Sixpack Racing Launches 1st Ride Series Components for Kids
It's nice to have options. SDG also sells grippy pins for their pedals. My kids found the stock ones too slippery.
laksboy HayesPerformanceSystems's article
Nov 6, 2022 at 1:28
Nov 6, 2022
ProTaper Releases New Carbon, Aluminum & XC Bars
the j-unit bars and grips are AWESOME for my kids
Added 3 photos to Buysell
Oct 25, 2022 at 16:17
Oct 25, 2022
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