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zebracar mikelevy's article
Jun 13, 2015 at 0:06
Jun 13, 2015
Tech From the Pits - World Cup DH, Leogang
You would just need a jig that squared the head tube to the seat tube when pressing the keyed collar in. Not impossible or out of the question by any means
zebracar WAKIdesigns's article
Jul 1, 2014 at 18:13
Jul 1, 2014
WAKi-Leaks, Installment 6 - Trike Aero kit
nice disclaimer, I couldn't tell if this was supposed to be a joke or not at first
zebracar mikelevy's article
Nov 24, 2013 at 17:50
Nov 24, 2013
Riding FOX's Prototype RAD 34 Fork
Go get a quote from a machinist that is capable of making a one off shock and you'd find that $5k would be a bargain. Then have your design work well enough to win a WC. Some of you kids are so ignorant to the world I find myself depressed every time I come on this site. There should be an IQ test before you are allowed to post. It would cut down on my time trying to filter through your crap trying to read the few intelligent posts that find their way on here.
zebracar ChainReactionCycles's article
Oct 5, 2013 at 16:42
Oct 5, 2013
Ask Sam Hill
I wanted to ask a similar question as I now have a 20 month old and another on the way. To add to your question, how do you balance your home life and maintain the same motivation and drive? Where do you see yourself/what would you like to be doing in 5+ years from now? Cheers!
zebracar mikelevy's article
Sep 22, 2013 at 17:32
Sep 22, 2013
SQlab, ABUS, and Easton - Interbike 2013
your, you're, there, their, they're.... learn the difference.
zebracar RichardCunningham's article
Jul 28, 2013 at 8:37
Jul 28, 2013
650B For Giant's 2014 Elite-Level Mountain Bikes
So much talk about performance attributes and specs, but there is a key point being missed in all of this. Is a a 29" wheel going to work for a person 5'4"? Likewise, how does a 26" wheel feel for a 6'4" person? Their frame size isn't the same so why should the wheel size be? The 27.5" works best for the average person which is probably the demographic target average that will be most profitable for a company to focus on as 3 sizes of wheels being offered over 3 or 4 frame sizes over how many models would not be applauded by share holders. The 29ers were first utilized primarily by larger than 6' males which is who benefits the most because a 29" wheel scales a L or XL size frame better.
zebracar zebracar's photo
Jul 15, 2013 at 17:25
Jul 15, 2013
Thanks man. Yes still riding there frequently, you?

Jul 14, 2013 at 17:23
Jul 14, 2013

Easton Haven 26"

$400 CAD
20mm FR, QR RR. Just installed a new free hub and ceramic bearings warrantied/recall from Easton installed with the spacer. True as new, no dents or flat spots. Some light cosmetic chips from normal use, but nothing of concern. Truly amazing wheels.

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Jul 14, 2013 at 17:20
Jul 14, 2013
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Jul 14, 2013 at 17:05
Jul 14, 2013
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