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randybadger paulaston's article
Jan 2, 2019 at 4:35
Jan 2, 2019
Review: 700 Kilometers of Monster-Trucking the Specialized Turbo Kenevo
It quite literally tells you what the review is for on the headline. If you don’t want to read about ebikes don’t read the article. Just like you don’t have to spout the same tired cliches in the comment section. If it’s not for you it’s not for you.
randybadger paulaston's article
Jan 2, 2019 at 4:30
Jan 2, 2019
Review: 700 Kilometers of Monster-Trucking the Specialized Turbo Kenevo
The new Turbo Levo has a dismal spec for the money (specifically on the base model) Spent £4000 and I’m genuinely looking at immediately adding a dropper and swapping out sektor forks for lyrik or pikes. It makes more sense then spending £5000 on the equally disappointingly specced comp
randybadger deityusa's article
Dec 27, 2018 at 9:53
Dec 27, 2018
Video: Pure UK Speed on an eMTB
I think you dicks just like an argument more than actually hate ebikes
randybadger danilkahutin's article
Dec 27, 2018 at 4:31
Dec 27, 2018
Photo Story: Frozen Russian Freeriding & an Update on Kirill Benderoni
The difference between state and people is huge. People generally speaking face to face are very nice. Put them in a group with a cause or an ideal and you have a very different animal. That doesn’t just mean countries, it could be the type of bike you ride, the type of food you eat, the religion you practice even what you do with your rubbish. We are singly the most incredible creatures on the planet but we can also be so incredibly hostile to different
Dec 15, 2018 at 13:10
Dec 15, 2018

Calibre bossnut evo

$550 GBP
Hi all I’m selling my 6 month old bossnut, it’s done about 300 a windfall has lead to me buying a fancy new bike. It’s standard spec with the exception of the wheels now running tubless. The reverb is not included Here is what go outdoors have to say. Evolution can take a long time, thankfully the Calibre team are quick to act - let the fun begin! Lots of small changes have come together to make one big change and produce a new class killer, the Calibre Bossnut Evo. Having listened to the many magazine reviews, team riders, and customers, Calibre have updated their Bossnut V2 with a view to making the best even better. The frame stays with its superb geometry but now features both internal and external stealth dropper post routing, letting you choose whichever suits your style. Rock Shox Recon RL forks are now fitted, still with 130mm travel and 15mm bolt through, but they are stiffer than the previous forks and give greater control in changes of direction and tracking your lines. A 1x11 SRAM NX drive chain provides simplicity for the rider, yet still gives a huge range of gear ratios to clear any climb. Like everything in life, what’s better than 10? That’s right, turn it up to 11! Each Bossnut has proven to be a fast bike, so powerful and responsive braking is now even more important. Covering this, the Evo has been fitted with Shimano MT500 brakes – a proven stopper. Handlebars are a personal choice but several reviews sited the originals as needing to change, so it now comes fitted with a Kore Durox 780mm bar with 5 degree up and 8.5 degree back sweep. The WTB ST rims now have an increased internal width of 29mm, giving greater strength but also a much better tyre profile which also offers more compliance. Giving much more grip that lets you ride faster and harder, the Vigilante front tyre is now paired with the WTB Trail Boss tyre, making the Bossnut Evo even more of a trail weapon.

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Dec 15, 2018 at 12:12
Dec 15, 2018
randybadger mikelevy's article
Nov 1, 2018 at 12:59
Nov 1, 2018
Here's a New Standard We Should Get Behind - Taipei Cycle Show 2018
Can’t see why a fork manufacturer would add an extra process to negate a problem that only exists among the more ocd members of our tribe
randybadger pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 30, 2018 at 15:27
Oct 30, 2018
Sheffield's Wharncliffe Trails at Risk
@curly93: dalby is a great example of creating a trail network too large to manage. The irony is the off piste stuff there is very rideable but the forestry seem to have little interest in progressing from the lengthy dated official loop
randybadger pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 25, 2018 at 5:21
Oct 25, 2018
RockShox - Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest 2018
Ethan nell Andreu lecondeguy Cam Zink
randybadger sarahmoore's article
Oct 15, 2018 at 12:18
Oct 15, 2018
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