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Mar 31, 2021 at 11:34
Mar 31, 2021
Tech Briefing: Braided Carbon Spokes, Magnetic Pedals, Protective Gear Galore & More - March 2021
I can only speak of the Sentinel V2 Cascade link, but I've been impressed. I purchased the link a month or so back and have been riding it since in these perfect autumn riding conditions we have. I had the stock link on the bike for a few months prior and I admit that I was a bit skeptical about what the difference would be between the two, and if I'd even notice it. I can however confidently say that it's got a considerably different feel! With the stock link, the bike is really well rounded and tackled everything we have here, but for me, I thought it lacked a bit when things got really rough, you had to be a bit more careful with line choices. With the link on, the bike turned into a plow demon and line choice was less of a consideration. Sure, I could just be a better rider, or pick a bike that was a bit more downhill orientated to begin with, but now I can switch between the two links as conditions call for it as it feels like two quite different bikes. Although to be honest. I don't think I'll swap it out for a long time..
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Tech Randoms: Lenzerheide DH World Cup 2019
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