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mtb-sf mikekazimer's article
Oct 21, 2020 at 16:36
Oct 21, 2020
mtb-sf CascadeComponents's article
Oct 21, 2020 at 16:34
Oct 21, 2020
Cascade Components Announces V4 Tallboy Link
You may be able to squeeze a longer stroke shock if it has extra clearance? Then add an angled headset and you are in business!
mtb-sf CascadeComponents's article
Oct 21, 2020 at 16:31
Oct 21, 2020
Cascade Components Announces V4 Tallboy Link
@silkyrhino: FWIW, I have a Cascade link on my Patrol and was able to drop the air pressure 20psi. This change in set up gave me more mid stroke support and bottom out resistance, but also more suppleness early in the stroke.
mtb-sf mikekazimer's article
Oct 21, 2020 at 16:25
Oct 21, 2020
Major Private Equity Firms Considering Buying Canyon Bicycles - Sale Could Bring in $592 Million
@fullendurbro: Does canyon manufacture their own frames or do they outsource that (like most of the other brands)?
mtb-sf mikekazimer's article
Oct 21, 2020 at 16:06
Oct 21, 2020
Major Private Equity Firms Considering Buying Canyon Bicycles - Sale Could Bring in $592 Million
I mean didn't Canyon just expand the number of pro mountain bike riders they were supporting this year by a huge amount? That direct support is better than just prize purses.
mtb-sf mikekazimer's article
Oct 21, 2020 at 16:03
Oct 21, 2020
Major Private Equity Firms Considering Buying Canyon Bicycles - Sale Could Bring in $592 Million
@harriieee: unless she is angling for the gold package in the retirement home and is hoping you'll help pay for it.
mtb-sf CascadeComponents's article
Oct 21, 2020 at 11:47
Oct 21, 2020
Cascade Components Announces V4 Tallboy Link
Same experience with my Patrol link. I would also add that if I hadn't gotten the link, I'd probably be looking at a new bike for next year, but now will keep it another year. Therefore it has actually saved me a huge amount of cash.
mtb-sf Mandownmedia's article
Oct 20, 2020 at 16:10
Oct 20, 2020
15 Dirt Jump and Slopestyle Bikes From DirtWars Redhill 2020
@tmadison12: 100% yes. Also, going the other direction, if you found the thorn then you can find the hole in the tube if you want to patch it.
mtb-sf danielsapp's article
Oct 20, 2020 at 16:05
Oct 20, 2020
Check Out: Fiber Enhanced Sealant, Gloves, Shoes, Packs, Books, & Frame Protection
@madmon: Aha. I see we have another international unit of measurement issue. 3 cups/24oz would be about 1.5 jugs of sealant. You must be referring to some scoop that came with a sealant when you say 3 cups. I usually use about 2 oz of sealant per tire, which is about 60ml. Never had a flat on my MTB tubeless, although I've had a few on my gravel bike.
mtb-sf IndustryNineOfficial's article
Oct 20, 2020 at 14:52
Oct 20, 2020
Must Watch: Christian Rigal Rides San Diego on an Enduro Bike in 'Redemption'
I've thought this too, also for urban DH races. I think the reason they don't is good luck finding 29er or 650b slick bmx like tires in thick casings that will stand up to riding like this. All the semi slick mtb tires seem have gravel casings and you would die of pinch flats hitting stuff like this.
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