Akrigg is about one video away from being the most sought after cyclist for any brand. He could sell anything. I had a quick moment of thinking CX would be fun.
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Gulf Oil Racing, not GT40... beautiful bike either way.
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Liked a comment on the item First Look: 2014 Canfield Brothers AM/DH Cranks 2/13/2014 3:36 PM
I've never ridden cranks shorter then 175 mm.
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Clearly RaceFace rings use a different shock leverage ratio, so the patents are not infringed...
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Added reply in a thread Do You Really Need Gloves? 11/26/2013 9:14 AM
I need my hands for work so I wear gloves in case of a crash. I can't tell you how many times I've clipped trees and still ended up with battered/bruised hands. On the road is different however, depends on the weather.
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Brand? It appears to be a MN area code...
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Liked a comment on the item Tech Tip: A Simple Cassette Modification That Could Save Your Rear Wheel 6/12/2013 10:23 AM
It seems to me that doing so creates a gap for the chain to get caught in and fold causing catastrophic failure. Wouldn't a better solution, (and one that doesn't piss off SRAM) be to just use the limit screw and... limit the derailleur stroke?
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Added a comment about feature Tech Tip: A Simple Cassette Modification That Could Save Your Rear Wheel 11/25/2012 11:16 AM
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That plastic disc will stop the chain from eating into your spokes if it goes too far over, but it isn't going to stop a rear derailleur that is hit on a rock. The plastic disc is rendered useless by a well-tuned derailleur stopping the chain from coming over and...more
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That is fantastic! I hope I never have to deal with anything like this.
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Liked a comment on the item Orange Makes the 322 Official with 2013 Release 7/5/2012 11:30 AM
There is a little car for sale in the UK called a Caterham. It's design is essentially the same as when it was conceived in the 1950's. The models with the high output engines will put seconds into any modern supercar around a track. The point is, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Bikes...more
Liked a comment on the item Orange Makes the 322 Official with 2013 Release 7/5/2012 11:28 AM
ISCG is the standard, not ISCG OLD or ISCG-03 - those are just made up names. ISCG-05 was invented for a standard that never came - ISIS OS. ISCG-05 has a larger BCD and thus limits where you can design pivots in/around the BB area. There are plenty of BIG bike companies still using the...more