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txclg mikekazimer's article
Apr 7, 2021 at 14:36
Apr 7, 2021
Leyzne's New Chain Checker, Mini Pump, & Hidden Tools - Pond Beaver 2021
@Allen82: Had the Samurai Swords, but broke them all getting too close to trees. Narrow tree gates and stuff that goes into the bar don't work for me.
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Apr 5, 2021 at 7:25
Apr 5, 2021
Apr 5, 2021 at 7:25
Apr 5, 2021

Hakka MX Size 58

$2900 USD
Ibis Hakka MX Size 58 in coal color. Frame was protected with Ride Wrap and Mastic Tape on downtube. This is the GRX build, but with a different set of bars / stem. Local to west side of Houston, TX but will ship at buyers expense using bike flights or other suitable service. Fork ENVE G Series Carbon Fiber Gravel Fork: Flat Mount, Fender Eyelets, Internal Routing, Through Axle Wheels Stan’s Grail (700c), Ibis Hubs Tires Panaracer Gravel Kings Plus, 700x38 Brakes Shimano GRX RX810 Brake Rotors Shimano SM-RT86 160 Cranks Praxis Zayante M30 Carbon, 30mm spindle, 40t Alloy Ring 172.5mm Bottom Bracket Praxis M30 - T47 Rear Derailleur Shimano GRX RX812 Shadow Plus Shift Levers Shimano GRX R810 Cassette Shimano XT 11-46 11-spd Chain Shimano HG-701 Headset Cane Creek 40 Headset, IS41/28.6 IS52/40 Grips Supercaz Handlebar PNW Components Coast, 480mm Stem 80mm Ibis (could include a 110mm) / 90mm Enve for extra $$$ Seatpost ENVE Carbon, 400mm length, 0mm offset, 31.6mm dia. Saddle WTB Silverado Team 142mm width

txclg GuerrillaGravity's article
Mar 12, 2021 at 5:00
Mar 12, 2021
Guerrilla Gravity Announces Trail Pistol with Revved Carbon Rear Triangle
@OldDert: so I’m supposed to do that any time I move wheels between bikes? What if I move wheels back and forth every week? That would be 100+ minor adjustments to the wheel in a year.
txclg GuerrillaGravity's article
Mar 11, 2021 at 9:42
Mar 11, 2021
Guerrilla Gravity Announces Trail Pistol with Revved Carbon Rear Triangle
"Off with the offset. The rear wheel is now centered (zero dish) on the Revved Carbon rear triangle." THANK YOU!!!!!! I can now consider this bike since I tend to move wheels around between my bikes based on where and how I'm riding.
txclg danielsapp's article
Feb 10, 2021 at 12:15
Feb 10, 2021
Check Out: 20 New Hardtails for 2021
Spot uses Stan Crest rims in most builds, so those will let you down long before the belt breaks.
txclg pinkbikeoriginals's article
Feb 9, 2021 at 9:02
Feb 9, 2021
Video: 7 Exercises To Stay Strong On The Bike Over Winter
Winter in Texas is the riding season, it's the summer that I'm trying to stay indoor!
txclg pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jan 8, 2021 at 9:46
Jan 8, 2021
Video: Friday Fails #152
The commitment to roll off the drop at a snails pace is just amazing.
txclg mikekazimer's article
Dec 5, 2020 at 7:22
Dec 5, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: Which Mountain Bike Standards Should Stick Around?
Some of these standards make a huge difference and some are just not that critical. 1. Boost spacing, I have nice wheels, I had nice non-boost wheels and got stuck with either older frames or selling wheels for dirt cheap 2. Headtube: Make is straight which allows for use of whatever standard. Headsets are dirt cheap compared to frames and forks 3. BB: I prefer threaded. T47 is a nice looking standard if it gets more adoption. Like headsets, BB on cheap so I can fit what I need. I won't use press fit after a road bike I had was nothing but problems. I know Pivot claims its not an issue, but it sucks for a home mechanic 4. Crank spindles: I think the rush to 30mm was stupid. 24mm was more than enough, I'm not after weight savings so I rarely consider upgrading cranks though. Using a set of DUB GX now and they are just fine. I cannot tell the different between those and Next (other than not pulling pedals out the arms) or any other high end crank 5. Bars: Stems and bars are again pretty cheap all things considered. I'm using 31.8 because I have them and they work. Don't need them stiffer. I'd be frustrated if I had to replace my stem to get new bars. 6. XD is a good interface, wish it was universal, but oh well, I can swap freehubs if needed 7. 31.6 because I have it.. would have said 30.9 if I had that. I'm sure there are good reasons to go larger with new longer droppers. All in all, innovation shouldn't be stopped due to trying to stick with standards, but creating new things that add such limited value is annoying and delays adoption due to having to replace lots of parts. Bikes aren't cars and most people buying high end bikes tend to move parts on and off them or between bikes. Sharing wheelsets, spare parts, etc is also something of a huge value. I'm down to 1 MTB right now, but when I get another it will share major standards with my current one so I can move parts.
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