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I am very happy so far. I have been out on it 5 times now and I am very happy.
I used to ride a Jamis Dakar and the difference is like night and day. Now-the Jamis was a 2005 model and I'm sure...
+1 on the Uvex. I have worn a lot of helmets and theirs are super light and comfortable. The retention system is awesome and they are easy to adjust on the fly.
I have a Supersonic:...
looks like I am late to my own party.
I saw a great one on FB the other day: "fart barfer"
Picked up a fully rigid SS 29er for cheap a while back and it is a lot of fun. Rigid definitely has its advantages, but I would never give up my full suspension.
If she is planning to do a lot of...
I prefer spicy salsa...I kid! I kid!
Nice bike though, seriously.
Pretty sure it says...
Hey Ed, any plans to take those light designs to production? Need a retail outlet?
The Spot is rad. Born in the South Bay and homesick for it every day, I would highly recommend it.
Ride south on the bike path and check out King Harbor.
i smell a troll
All you should need to change rotor sizes is an adapter. Your lbs should be able to easily order such an adapter if they do not have one in stock. Or, you could do it yourself:...
Jamis, Azonic, SE, Jenson.
slacker geometry and sloping top tubes also cause seat tubes to be shorter on most mountain bike frames. listen to sscyco and ride before you buy!
looks like her two friends have something to say as well.
Yeah, j/k on that post Blazer.
Blaze on, brother.
I remember on my birthday I checked the forums and posted a few times, in hopes that I might have a birthday thread.
No birthday threads for weirdo lurkers was the lesson.
Happy birthday, dude.
So, are you looking for a thread, or a forum? hmm? Perhaps if you weren't so busy "blaze"-ering you might know the difference.
Now, puff puff pass, my good man.
2 billion and 3.......micrometres per hour.
I can dig it. Thanks for sharing.