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tsn73 COMMENCALbicycles's article
May 15, 2023 at 15:53
May 15, 2023
Video: The Commencal Meta Power Now Available With Bosch Motor
The other thing I’d love for these companies to announce alongside a bike launch is how long they intend to support the battery. If I’m paying this much for a bike and in 3-years I won’t be able to source a replacement battery it’s an even worse value proposition. Batteries are a wear item and after 3-years will have degraded to 60% of their new capacity and often times are unavailable for purchase due to evolution/planned-obsolescence.
tsn73 mikekazimer's article
Sep 20, 2022 at 19:41
Sep 20, 2022
First Ride: The 2023 Santa Cruz Tallboy Gets Updated, Not Overhauled
@stormracing: coils only fit on the carbon Tallboy frames. It takes some grinding to create clearance on the aluminum frames just in case anyone cares.
tsn73 mikekazimer's article
Sep 20, 2022 at 8:03
Sep 20, 2022
First Ride: The 2023 Santa Cruz Tallboy Gets Updated, Not Overhauled
@VtVolk: Tallboy 4 with a 140 fork and the Cascade link makes a Highboy and I’d beg to differ.
tsn73 Tannus's article
Sep 17, 2022 at 16:59
Sep 17, 2022
Video: A Rocky Tour De North Shore with Geoff Gulevich
So Tannus armour with tubes or the tubeless inserts?
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Aug 20, 2022 at 10:18
Aug 20, 2022
Aug 20, 2022 at 10:17
Aug 20, 2022

Trailcraft Pineridge 24” hardtail

$1100 USD
2017 Pineridge 24” hardtail. 10-speed drivetrain, 26T chainring. RST 60 mm fork. Very lightly used. This was my daughter’s bike who eventually decided mountain biking wasn’t really her thing and she’s now outgrown it. Upgrades include a 100 mm dropper post and Maxxis Minion 24” tires which are set up tubeless. I also added a Works Components 1.5 degree angle set which raises the head tube by 10 mm and slackens the head tube angle. The lightweight stock Schwalbe Rocket Ron tires (nearly new) are included as well as the rigid seat post and original headset. It’s got a few little knicks and scratches but no serious damage. Everything works. The bike as shown weighs just under 23 lbs. I’d much prefer a local buyer but if I can’t find one I will ship at buyer’s expense. If the ad is up it’s still available; no need to ask. ***update - I’m keeping the dropper and the Minions for other purposes. $900 obo for the same bike with rigid seatpost and 24” Rocket Ron tires.

tsn73 JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 8:56
Jul 3, 2022
Video: How Building Trails United a Community
“Asked the Ranger about building new trails?” - SoCal rider’s mind blown! It looks worth a vacation for sure.
tsn73 edspratt's article
May 31, 2022 at 7:54
May 31, 2022
Industry Digest: eBike Regulation, Stolen Bikes, Zwift Layoffs & More
@JSTootell: I think it’s gonna take mountain bikers to enforce this. I feel like the trouble with SoCal is just to ride a real bike you already have to break the rules to ride anything decent so we as riders don’t feel we are in a position to enforce other people breaking more serious rules. Shy of cutting power cables I’m not sure what else is gonna stop them.
tsn73 edspratt's article
May 29, 2022 at 17:43
May 29, 2022
Industry Digest: eBike Regulation, Stolen Bikes, Zwift Layoffs & More
This is a good point. And I think it needs to be brought up that the “opposition”, ie the Sierra Club and the like, are doing their best to lump all E bikes together, ie a class 1 pedal-assist is the same thing as a Surron or full E-moto. There is such a massive difference between a class 1 pedal assist bike and an E-moto and we bikers need to recognize this and acknowledge it rather than playing into their hands by also lumping anything with a motor into the same camp.
tsn73 edspratt's article
May 28, 2022 at 15:10
May 28, 2022
Industry Digest: eBike Regulation, Stolen Bikes, Zwift Layoffs & More
I sure hope “the regulators” can find a way to bankrupt the Surron and Segway e-motos. Those things are going to kill trail access for all biking. Around where I live they are getting way too prevalent and it’s dangerous to do rides near sunset as that’s when they are out doing 35 mph or better.
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