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09-07-21, 01:37 AM
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Posted By Badger6

No...but, at 15mm internal width, less than a...

No...but, at 15mm internal width, less than a decade ago, most tire companies advised against going any wider than 32mm. Depending on how low he runs the tire pressure, he could run into potential...
09-06-21, 08:36 PM
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Posted By mstateglfr

Yeah it'd be fine to try a 40mm on a 15mm...

Yeah it'd be fine to try a 40mm on a 15mm internal rim.
09-04-21, 06:23 PM
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Posted By hokiefyd

That's how you should buy a bike in my opinion. ...

That's how you should buy a bike in my opinion. Other than sprocket count, you'd probably never feel the difference between 4100, 5100, or 6100 series drivetrain parts on the bike. But if you buy...
09-03-21, 07:42 PM
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Posted By dougpgreen

NEW AUGUST 2021 SIRRUS X 5.0 EXPERIENCE Last...

NEW AUGUST 2021 SIRRUS X 5.0 EXPERIENCE
Last June I put a deposit down for a medium blue Sirrus X 5.0 for my wifes birthday in July. My LBS had one in the pipeline with no idea when it would arrive,...
08-31-21, 10:18 AM
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Posted By badger1

Sirrus X 2.0 you are looking at, yes? If so, I...

Sirrus X 2.0 you are looking at, yes? If so, I wouldn't worry about it. There are two reasons some might be dropping their chains: the chainring might not have proper 1x teeth, and/or the rear...
08-31-21, 07:56 AM
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Posted By bobthebike

Unfortunately, the chain dropping is a real...

Unfortunately, the chain dropping is a real issue. Mine drops multiple times a week, but it has never caused any unsafe events. Other than oily fingers, I just slip it back on and go about my way....
05-04-21, 09:29 AM
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Posted By freeranger

Hydraulic brakes are better than rim brakes. But...

Hydraulic brakes are better than rim brakes. But for most of us, rim brakes work fine. Have you tried putting new pads on your linear pull brakes (at least that's what the specs said your Specialized...
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