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shlotch jessiemaymorgan's article
May 15, 2024 at 6:48
May 15, 2024
Review: The New Marin Alpine Trail is More Adjustable & Capable Than Ever
Anyone have a suggestion for how to address the slow rebound of the Charger 3 ZEB as mentioned in the review? At ~75kg, I have my rebound completely open. At this setting, the fork works quite well for my weight, but I wouldn't be opposed to a bit more useable range of adjustment. Curious if others have had this problem and found a way to address it. Thanks!
shlotch edspratt's article
May 13, 2024 at 7:17
May 13, 2024
Results from the Finale Ligure E-EDR World Cup 2024
11 whole kms than the people on mtbs. #prayforebikers
shlotch alicialeggett's article
Apr 14, 2024 at 20:14
Apr 14, 2024
shlotch PROPAIN-Bicycles's article
Apr 5, 2024 at 14:59
Apr 5, 2024
Propain Release New Sresh CF eMTB
@rich-2000: "Same as my mountain bikes"... I don't have much to offer, but I do have this upvote. Please accept it.
shlotch PROPAIN-Bicycles's article
Apr 5, 2024 at 14:57
Apr 5, 2024
Propain Release New Sresh CF eMTB
Is this the bresht they could do?
shlotch mikekazimer's article
Mar 25, 2024 at 18:12
Mar 25, 2024
Review: Raaw Madonna V3 - Yes, It's Still Great
Had the v2 for the last 4 seasons and only sold the frame because I wanted the v3... Kind of indulgent, but such is bikes. I feel like you kind of get what you pay for with raaw. It's expensive, but it's also about the most future-proof, forever-bike frame (imo) that you can get. It's going to last you for as long as you want to keep it. The v2 was the first frame I had that wasn't fully clapped out after a couple of seasons. Definitely could have kept it running for years to come had I not decided to spoil myself.
Mar 22, 2024 at 16:42
Mar 22, 2024

Shimano H03C Brake Pads - 2 Sets

$80 CAD
2 sets of Shimano H03C metal brake pads. These are new, unused, uninstalled, etc. I just prefer the non-finned ones.

Mar 8, 2024 at 9:55
Mar 8, 2024

Shimano Saint M820 Brakeset

$200 CAD
Selling a complete set of Shimano Saint M820 brakes. These brakes are in excellent, working condition with zero issues. Functionally, they are tip-top with no leaks or need of any attention. I'm listing these at a pretty reasonable price because there is fair bit of wear on the lever bodies, as shown in the photos. Much of this is from my tendencies to hang my full-face on my bars during climbs and flip the bike upside down for trailside maintenance, but they've also met the dirt a few times in their lives. Everything works perfectly fine and the levers aren't bent (at least not in any way that I can discern). They were installed on a fairly long bike and the hose lengths are approximately 1600-1650mm in the rear and 850-900mm in the front. The rear caliper was replaced under warranty before last summer and the rear hose is new as of last fall. The levers and calipers were disassembled, cleaned, and serviced this winter. I also have additional hoses and new pads (D02S) available at a reasonable price if interested. Let me know if you have any questions!

shlotch seb-stott's article
Feb 1, 2024 at 7:29
Feb 1, 2024
Review: The New 2024 Scott Ransom 900 RC Has All The Integration
The Karl Havoc of bikes. They did way too much.
shlotch TheInsideLine's article
Jan 12, 2024 at 7:45
Jan 12, 2024
The Inside Line Announces Tonton Fat Bike
@ElOso999: You can say it's expensive for a fat bike, but I don't think it's fair to say it's overpriced. Two different things. Quality costs money. Something we've lost site of with the proliferation of cheap, future-garbage that we rapidly consume. While it is expensive, the price of this bike is perfectly fair for what it is. You are not paying for a name, you are not paying for clout or prestige - you are paying a price that accurately reflects the costs of designing/building the thing and the resultant quality. So it becomes a question to the buyer - this is a fair price, is it worth it to me? And people get to make that judgement value. For some people, many Hondas are too expensive.
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