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rocksandrocks alicialeggett's article
Dec 29, 2021 at 10:35
Dec 29, 2021
Review: Pearl Izumi's Fall Collection - Tech Clothing with Casual Styling
“It’s officially winter”, reviews Fall Collection. Hmm, winter needs aren’t fall needs for most of us :)
rocksandrocks intuitionvisuals's article
Dec 29, 2021 at 6:31
Dec 29, 2021
Video: DH Bike Thrashing on Snow Covered Trails in the Central Kootenays
If this is “snow covered” I totally understand why they dont like fat bikes.
rocksandrocks mikelevy's article
Dec 28, 2021 at 18:14
Dec 28, 2021
rocksandrocks mikekazimer's article
Dec 25, 2021 at 9:46
Dec 25, 2021
2021 Pinkbike Awards: Mountain Bike of the Year Nominees
@secondtimeuser: The Bigger picture is bikes (products) made locally will become an increasingly important trend going forward. If you live in Europe, dont buy the Arrival, buy something made there.
rocksandrocks mikekazimer's article
Dec 25, 2021 at 9:42
Dec 25, 2021
2021 Pinkbike Awards: Mountain Bike of the Year Nominees
@Muscovir: Then you should buy a bike made in your region. The whole point of making bikes near where your consumer is an idea that will eventually have more of an impact than a slightly slacker head angle. BTWm the Exie is more groundbreaking than a “boutique” bike.
rocksandrocks mikekazimer's article
Dec 23, 2021 at 18:14
Dec 23, 2021
2021 Pinkbike Awards: Mountain Bike of the Year Nominees
@alicialeggett: Supply chain is a lot harder than geo. I kinda of think the Arrival and the Exie are ground breaking considering the way they are manufactured locally and are also amazing rides.
rocksandrocks edspratt's article
Dec 13, 2021 at 14:09
Dec 13, 2021
Video: Making the Most of Winter in Quebec in ‘Girl’s Night Out'
@Timo82: Yeah. But what’s the point of creating a video about a product you didn’t even make anymore? It really doesn’t make much sense from a brand perspective. Perhaps they will launch one? This video would have made more sense coming from a brand that has a new bike on its way like Rocky Mountain.
rocksandrocks edspratt's article
Dec 12, 2021 at 17:09
Dec 12, 2021
Video: Making the Most of Winter in Quebec in ‘Girl’s Night Out'
Great video Fatbiking on snow is a lot of fun. Glad to see some coverage. That said, strange to show two Specialized Fatboys as I believe they no longer make them.
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Nov 27, 2021 at 18:14
Nov 27, 2021
Selling
Nov 27, 2021 at 18:13
Nov 27, 2021

Suzi Q ready for winter

$3200 CAD
Selling my Rocky Mountain Suzi Q. I love how this rides, more like a regular MTB than a fatbike. The bike has a very narrow Q-factor so it feels more like a regular bike. This bike is quick I ride this in Toronto Canada on popular but not groomed back country trails. There are folks that feel you should have 5” tires, but unless you like plodding through deeper snow ore are heavy, my experience suggests they aren’t needed. My new bike is an Otso Voytek running very similar width tires. The bike is perfect for winter use and summer riding. It has been upgraded with a Bluto fork, KS dropper, One Up carbon bars a set of Maxxis tires for summer to fall and a set of studded Dillinger 4’s for ice and cold. I got this bike February 2020 Rocky Mountian Suzi Q -50 size medium XT and SLX components One up bars Bluto KS Dropper 27.5 rims 31.9 pounds ready to ride without pedals

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