Live in Leeds - love to ride bikes
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Selling a San Marco Concor limited edition saddle in fair condition. Overall, the saddle is in good nic, with some slight damage to the rear (see photos). Lightweight, desirable saddle - 190g. £5 postage or collection from Leeds. Any questions, let me know. Craig
Nov 12, 2017 at 5:49Nov 12, 2017
Selling two Rockshox Boxxer springs for 2010 onward 35mm forks. Red = medium Yellow = soft £5 postage or collection from Leeds. Any questions, get in touch. Craig
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Selling my Leatt DBX Comp neck brace - size medium. The brace is in fully working order and overall fair condition, with signs of use, but no damage to any of the material or parts. I bought this brace before a summer season in Austria, but rarely wear a full face in the UK, so have very little use for it now. Great quality piece of kit that does it's job very well. Price includes full set of adjustment pins (see picture) enabling you to customise fit. The size medium plastic body means these adjustments will allow a snug and comfortable fit for 90% of body types/shapes. £10 posted or collection from Leeds. Thanks for looking - any questions, feel free to get in touch. Craig
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Nov 9, 2017 at 5:28Nov 9, 2017
Deity: The Outlaw Featuring Joe Smith - Video
@b45her: + ruts
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Nov 7, 2017 at 5:07Nov 7, 2017
Press Release: Radon Product News 2018
Ha! I'm so happy they've saved a few hundred grams from the area surrounding my bb where extra weight might actually have a beneficial impact on handling - thank god for pressfit...
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Oct 9, 2017 at 7:46Oct 9, 2017
'Not Guilty' Plea in Spectator Death Case
@Thustlewhumber: @Thustlewhumber: I think the contentious issue surrounds the use of double-taped areas. The course was obviously taped, there's just a question over the size and location of the exclusion zone outside of the race track. I hope this is resolved without ruining anyone else's life. Tragic incident and clearly lessons to be learnt, but I hope Mike and Kev are able to do so.
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Sep 4, 2017 at 10:38Sep 4, 2017
Transition Sentinel - Review
@EKrum: they build bikes to sell and earn a living, Transition is a business. They market said bikes as "maximum fun" - very good marketing admittedly and their bikes are getting better and better, I really like the look of this. The whole "bikes for fun" thing always strikes me as such a basic marketing ploy and I'm always amazed how well it works with people. Riding/racing/jumping/dicking about on bikes is always fun, it doesn't matter what chainstay length the bike has!
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Aug 10, 2017 at 10:31Aug 10, 2017
2018 Devinci Spartan - First Look
@fartymarty: Very true. I just don't think enough people have ridden anything that's particularly 'radical' but well proportioned before. I can understand that some people might like shorter bikes, or steeper HAs and that's fine, but all changes have to be done in proportion to one another as a complete package. It seems like most of the major manufacturers are moving in the right direction, but only making changes one step at a time. The result is that people jump on a bike with a stretched out front end but short CS, high BB and a slack SA and immediately complain that the bike can't climb or corner properly. They then blame the front end length... Like I say, the new Santa Cruz looks like you'd struggle to reach the bars when climbing, let alone weight the front wheel. If I added an extra 200bhp to my car (I wish), it wouldn't drive or corner properly unless I upgraded the rest of the components to match. Shitty analogy, I know, but it's all about the complete package.
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