timaaah

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timaaah ECMTB1's video
Apr 6, 2016 at 5:09
Apr 6, 2016
video
I've been itching to get a 130 fork for my camber evo, do you find it makes a big difference?

timaaah scottsecco's article
Aug 9, 2013 at 10:37
Aug 9, 2013
Video: Danny MacAskill in Taiwan
Support the British economy - buy British made products from companies like Hope who create jobs fro British people!
timaaah scottsecco's article
Aug 9, 2013 at 10:34
Aug 9, 2013
Video: Danny MacAskill in Taiwan
It would be nice if the products were made in the UK, that way it would be helping the British economy and not putting money in Taiwan's pocket.
timaaah alainj's photo
Jan 3, 2011 at 5:54
Jan 3, 2011
Exactly my point. And actually focusing on the front element is impossible

timaaah alainj's photo
Dec 30, 2010 at 12:45
Dec 30, 2010
great silhouette

timaaah alainj's photo
Dec 30, 2010 at 12:40
Dec 30, 2010
why does the rider have to be the subject of focus?

timaaah alainj's photo
Dec 30, 2010 at 12:38
Dec 30, 2010
That looks like hard work.... i bet the air's thin up there!

timaaah mikelevy's article
Dec 30, 2010 at 12:20
Dec 30, 2010
Tech Tuesday - Avid BB7 Cable Disk Brake Setup
Trust me theyre worth saving for, just make sure you get 185mm clean-sweep rotors front and back, speed dial levers and some good quality cables. Gore ride-on sealed brake cables are the best, the one i've got on the front i've had for 3 years and never had to change it. the rear needs changing a bit more often, i've got an XT on there now and it works well. If you don't fit the cables cleanly they let mud and water in and then they're useless.
timaaah mikelevy's article
Dec 29, 2010 at 7:10
Dec 29, 2010
Tech Tuesday - Avid BB7 Cable Disk Brake Setup
I've had BB7's for 3 years now and they're still going strong. I've got a spare caliper in my tool box so can't see me getting rid of them any time soon. The people who poke fun at these brakes don't know what they're talking about! with a 185mm clean-sweep rotor they have bags of stopping power and modulation. I've tried hope mini pro's (spongey) and formula k18's (wooden) in comparison. You get two adjustment wheels at the rotor so you're never pulling the lever all the way to the bar and with speed-dial levers you can adjust the feel at the lever. Only the top-end hydraulics on the market have this level of adjustment! And if you break them on the trail there's no mess, just take the whole unit off and put it in your bag and carry on riding. Simpl, no fuss and they just work..
timaaah Margus's photo
Apr 10, 2010 at 11:35
Apr 10, 2010
what a load of shit...

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