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therage43 vernonfelton's article
Apr 22, 2017 at 8:11
Apr 22, 2017
Atomik Debuts New Technologies in Carbon Wheelsets
Anyone that says there is no noticeable difference between Alum and Carbon rims has never ridden a set of carbon rims.
therage43 mikekazimer's article
Apr 20, 2017 at 18:21
Apr 20, 2017
BOS Returns With the Deville 35 - First Ride
What good is a product if there is 0 after purchase support? I wouldn't pay $1 for a BOS fork...
therage43 WhistlerMountainBikePark's article
Apr 20, 2017 at 6:27
Apr 20, 2017
therage43 leelau's article
Apr 16, 2017 at 8:27
Apr 16, 2017
Winter Park Mountain Biking, Part Two: Trestle and Granby Lift-Served
Nice write-up! It's nice to see my hometown and regular spots put in the spotlight!
therage43 influxproductions's article
Apr 15, 2017 at 14:56
Apr 15, 2017
Whistler Smashed by Locals - Video
:33 seconds in is a shot of Whistler's secret weapon...
therage43 mikelevy's article
Apr 14, 2017 at 10:03
Apr 14, 2017
Stan's Arch MK3 Rim - Review
@y0bailey: Not necessarily... A dented aluminum rim is just as likely to a catastrophic fail as a cracked carbon is. I've full on broken an aluminum rim, more than once, and I've ridden a cracked carbon rim for 6 months with no issues (I wanted to see if it would break completely and it did not, it stayed true and never gave me a a fuss.) The benefits of carbon for wheels heavily outweigh the drawbacks, and the aluminum has very little benefits over carbon. The perceived benefits of durability with aluminum are negated if you just take care of them... riding a flatted rim is bad for the wheel, no matter the material.
therage43 mikelevy's article
Apr 14, 2017 at 8:50
Apr 14, 2017
Stan's Arch MK3 Rim - Review
I've been using the LB carbon rims for about 3 years on 2 different bikes with very little complaints. They cost barely more than this alum (about $160 /rim) and have significant benefits, not even considering weight. Extremely easy to build up, they never go out of true, they're MUCH stiffer than any alum offering, which is highly noticeable on the trail, and even though I have broken 3 rims, they're always warrantied. I can't say enough about carbon wheels... biggest improvement I've made in a while
therage43 leelau's article
Apr 10, 2017 at 7:46
Apr 10, 2017
Winter Park Mountain Biking, Part One: Town Trail Rides
This is my hometown and you missed some of the best spots in the town; Deno's Mountain Bistro Hernando's Pizza Rise and Shine Bakery The Mountain Rose Sharky's Totally Wired Cycles (In Fraser, but they're basically the same) Also, the few trails you hit in WP are a drop in the bucket to what's available there. Decent write-up, though...
therage43 FRNZ's photo
Apr 2, 2017 at 14:58
Apr 2, 2017

Apr 1, 2017 at 9:24
Apr 1, 2017

Push ElevenSix 11-6 200x57mm 7.875x2.25 in

$800 USD
Push ElevenSix 11-6 rear shock 200x57mm 7.875x2.25 in Currently valved for a Canfield Riot and for a 135-180 lb rider, spring is for rider weight 150-165 I can include a #550 spring if preferred. Shock will ship with the mountain hardware for the Canfield Riot. I can't use this shock on my Riot as I weigh too much for the spring rates available. My loss is your gain.

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