Cut my teeth riding Trumbull in the early 90s on my ridgid Univega, back when they were all ridgid. I got back into it a couple years ago, and enjoy the squishy bikes now.

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ntmjeep bizutch's photo
Jun 15, 2017 at 7:07
Jun 15, 2017
That would be sweet... If it happens at all for me, it'd be either the 29th or 30th. I'll message if the boss will let me out to play. It even looks like the bike shop in Black Mountain would even rent me a Precept (I don't think mine will end up in the van this time)

ntmjeep bizutch's photo
Jun 14, 2017 at 6:41
Jun 14, 2017
@bizutch: I'll probably end up renting, and heading into Bent Creek, or someplace like that. (If I'm alone, I need to ride where someone is likely to find the body)

ntmjeep bizutch's photo
Jun 13, 2017 at 12:39
Jun 13, 2017
I'll be down that way in a couple weeks, but if I can get out at all, it'll likely need to be slightly closer. We're going to be near Swannanowhere.

ntmjeep bizutch's photo
Jun 12, 2017 at 6:35
Jun 12, 2017
With that logo, sounds like a place I need to bring my Pivot

ntmjeep davidb9301's video
Nov 30, 2016 at 7:26
Nov 30, 2016
Send it Collin!

ntmjeep MxKayleen24's photo
Nov 14, 2016 at 7:18
Nov 14, 2016
that doesn't look like Florida

ntmjeep Livehealthysnacks's photo
Sep 26, 2016 at 13:00
Sep 26, 2016
not 2015, you mean 15 years old bike, right?

ntmjeep ntmjeep's photo
Sep 19, 2016 at 7:03
Sep 19, 2016
It has not disappointed. I'm keeping up w/ my group (on XC rigs) on the trail, and waiting for them after any of the down hills and bony parts. Loving the 27.5 all the way, and the DW does it's thing, I don't even think about it. The rear tubeless is finally behaving, so I want to star messing with the psi some more.

ntmjeep mattwragg's article
Sep 13, 2016 at 6:15
Sep 13, 2016
Inside Chain Reaction Cycles
Mind you it's not all of them, but comparing an hour of windshield time for a better shop, to Point Click Ship...
ntmjeep mattwragg's article
Sep 13, 2016 at 6:13
Sep 13, 2016
Inside Chain Reaction Cycles
One point that stood out for me was, "Much of online bike component sales is based on the premise that the customer knows exactly what they want..." In my area, some of the bike shops persist in high pricing compounded with arrogance that we have no clue what we need. They also carry no stock of “what we need,” making many items, “special order.” To those shops, I have no idea how/if they can bridge that gap, but that dozen or so elitist roadies, and the Christmas-tree bike sales, will only keep the doors open for so long.
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