After a few years away, we're finally back in Taiwan for the Taipei Cycle Show and way too much bubble tea. You know what that means: us walking around looking for all that's new and interesting. Come for a wander through the show with Max and me as we find new suspension and a dropper post from DVO, fresh downhill pedals from HT, TRP's new EVO12 derailleur, some 3D-printed titanium dropouts from Reynolds, and yes, I did end up trying to create a model of my head using a 3D scanner.
Stay tuned for more from the 2023 Taipei Cycle Show.
Also I get weight limits on high end race bike parts but 176lbs? Really? I was expecting bare minimum 200.
Does the external adjustment create an additional stop before the top? Or is it reducing the travel entirely?
If the latter, do they expect people to reach down there and spin it before the techy section of a climb? That seems weird.
Seems more likely that this would be more useful to use as a tool-free way to reduce the travel the post so that you can slam the collar down to the frame and get maximum dropper travel for your frame and desired seat height.
-shocked when the video plays
Maybe we’ll see some clones in the near future.
Mike Levy’s everywhere !
Maybe his clones are coming.
By the time you see them, being ridden....
This. This right here.
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