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Oct 14, 2017

Bontrager Comp line 30 29er Wheels/Tires/Rotors AS IS

$300 USD
I bought these wheels brand new and set them up for my hardtail, rode them ONE TIME and decided they just weren't for me. I damaged the freehub body when installing the cassette, but good news is that it was a Shimano freehub body so if you were planning to run the SRAM XO driver, you would need a new freehub body anyways. If you wanted to run Shimano you would need to get a new freehub body installed. If this is the case I know a great mechanic that can set you up with a deal to get it replaced, and there is a great upgrade available for this freehub body to turn it into over 100 engagement hub. The tires are also only used once, they are set up as tubeless with valves and rim strips but the rear tire has a small leak in it somewhere so it won't hold high volume air right now. I will include a 29er tube and some extra sealant for free to get you running but if you want to stay tubeless you will need to get it fixed. Also included are brand new one-time used Shimano ice-tech disc rotors, the front one is a 180mm and the rear is a 160mm set up for my bike. All in I paid about $500 brand new and used it one time, so you are getting a good deal here! Wheels: 29 inch Bontrager Comp Line 30 Tires: Continental Mountain King 2.2" wide Rotors: Shimano 6-Bolt Ice-tech 180mm front/160mm rear

makemymountain yoga15app's article
Sep 1, 2017 at 8:40
Sep 1, 2017
Abi's Lessons From Crankworx - Stretching
@yoga15app: All I am saying is that when you say that decreased extensibility or ROM can be changed by static stretching you are assuming that it is the muscle's tightness that is doing this. This can be a dangerous assumtion. There are a lot of parts work here, it could be a joint impingement, neural tension, fascia restriction, past injury, etc and if you just assume its the muscle you are neglecting all these other factors. If you are talking about recovery applications then yoga (aka dynamic flexibility) or foam rollling is the best, or maybe taking a cold bath for 10 min. If riders who are focused on recovery can't do any of those then they don't really care in my opinion, static stretching is way down on the list of simple things to do post ride for recover sake. Also that article didnt exactly prove your point....
makemymountain yoga15app's article
Aug 31, 2017 at 16:49
Aug 31, 2017
Abi's Lessons From Crankworx - Stretching
@L0rdTom: Check out the placebo effect! If you think it works than go for it. Sometimes ignorance is bliss but it won't help you get better in the end.
makemymountain yoga15app's article
Aug 31, 2017 at 16:48
Aug 31, 2017
Abi's Lessons From Crankworx - Stretching
@pakleni: Thanks, Its not a matter or right or wrong really. It's what works for you and if you "think" it works than go for it. All I am saying is that there is almost no research to prove that static stretching does anything to help you become more flexible. Remeber Yoga is NOT static stretching, it is dynamic and included stabilty and breathing components to it.
makemymountain yoga15app's article
Aug 31, 2017 at 14:24
Aug 31, 2017
Abi's Lessons From Crankworx - Stretching
Sorry to break it to you all but static stretching (as pictured here) doesn't do anything to lengthen tissue and improve flexibility. Do some research and check out PNF stretching or Dynamic stretching techniques, those actually DO something for your muscles. If you want a recovery technique try intermittent compression or a cold water walk, THOSE techniques actually have some validity....
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