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onestuntwonder edspratt's article
May 10, 2019 at 8:31
May 10, 2019
Video: Jesse Melamed POV Stage 1 - EWS Madeira 2019
The Slayer is a big mountain bike, a slightly more neutral suspension with 29" wheels is better equipped to handle the variety of tracks the EWS offers, rather than a bike that might do really well for just the steep rough tracks.
onestuntwonder sarahmoore's article
Apr 9, 2019 at 8:03
Apr 9, 2019
onestuntwonder raceface's article
Apr 9, 2019 at 8:02
Apr 9, 2019
Video: Race Face Announces Turbine SL Wheels with 'BC XC Grit'
What are you even saying? Why would you pay money? What, are you going to pay in bananas? The Vault hubs are solid I have them on my XC bike and my Trail bike and have had no issues. And the straight pull builds are stiff, but have a nice ride quality. The hubs are easy to pull apart and maintain. The Turbine R wheels on my trail bike have take and beating! They're dented and still hold the tire bead after 1.5 seasons of riding. I mean, why would you pay money for something like that?
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Jan 23, 2019 at 11:42
Jan 23, 2019
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Jan 23, 2019 at 11:42
Jan 23, 2019

Rocky Mountain Solo 70 - 58cm/Large

$2400 CAD
This is Rocky Mountain's gravel offering. Essentially this is a go anywhere drop-bar bike, making for a great commuter, adventure seeker, and kilometer eater. The bike is very sturdy and confident on uneven surfaces, and offers opportunities for different set-ups. It also offers mounts for easier bike-packing rack or bag fitment. -Clearance for up to 700 x 42c tires -27.5 x 2.2 clearance -dropper seatpost routing -Sram Force 1x drivetrail -Sram Force Hydraulic disc brakes - Race Face Next Carbon seat post -Maxxis Ravager 700x40c tubeless tires -*does not come with pedals, water bottle cages, or seat bag The bike is in great condition and has been cared for well.

onestuntwonder lunatyk's article
Jun 15, 2018 at 10:01
Jun 15, 2018
Bike Check: Yoann Barelli's Commencal Meta 29
What's the point of not releasing a bike that your riders are riding full painted versions of?
onestuntwonder mikelevy's article
Nov 27, 2017 at 8:50
Nov 27, 2017
Production Privée's Steel-Framed Shan N°5 - Review
140mm too much to be a trail bike? Not enough to be an Enduro bike? How about, it's a 'mountain bike'.
onestuntwonder SRSuntour's article
Nov 21, 2017 at 9:04
Nov 21, 2017
Plowing Ashes with James Doerfling - Video
I think the Stutter captured better moments. The flow was less interesting as the terrain was really open and basic.
onestuntwonder vernonfelton's article
Nov 9, 2017 at 8:26
Nov 9, 2017
7mesh Revelation Jacket V2 - Review
you guys like to complain more than you like to actually ride your bike. The point here is it's a premium product, just like the bikes reviewed, tires that cost you $120 each, etc. The amount of people rolling around with PUSH shocks, carbon wheels, carbon frames, Kashima coated bike racks, are all ogling over premium products and throwing their dollars at items they hope to notice makes a difference to their ride. The idea here is you get a very well made, light weight, durable jacket, that fits well, and it backed by a small brand in an outdoor rich community. You don't have to buy it. But, if you want to ride more than spend time on here complaining, maybe it's your ticket to comfortably withstanding the less than idea conditions that come around this time of year.
onestuntwonder RichardCunningham's article
Oct 10, 2017 at 8:40
Oct 10, 2017
Time Annouces New Speciale 12 Enduro Pedal
I love the feel of Time pedals, and don't find SPD to have the same feel that I enjoyed in the Time, but durability lead me to Shimano. I would be down to try these if they weren't $350 USD!
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