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Raceface carbon arms on a pinion with Di2 shifting.....
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Scratch and dent special?
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Haha, weird. I posted that on the pic of the box der. Said it had an error, I figured it didn't post anything
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The offset crank arms is killing my ocd right now....
Yep, pretty much sums up my experience with the spartan
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Great vid, but I'm sorry I can't stop laughing at the mismatched boxer stanchions, lol.
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They build the aluminum frames in Canada. Much easier to get precise that way and make minor tweaks as they need to, otherwise they are wasting money on carbon molds which can't be changed. When they are happy with the design they will go to carbon, probably see carbon protos this coming year under Stevie.
I miss these trails so much....can't wait till next summer to be there again
Messed up in the same spot, jump before the gopro sender. Over shot and lost speed for the gopro, he took it pretty hard for sure.
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Have the same model, best brace I've run yet. Couple of notes though, I wear a D3 and did need the larger shoulder pads. The larger pads don't allow the back pieces to fold in all the way but it still fits in the case, which I also love btw, it makes packing it for road trips much better. One thing I noticed when removing the smaller shoulder pads is the foam is quite soft and you want to be careful not to tear the plugs that hold it to the brace. I also had one of the back pieces loosen up on me at whistler, this was easily resolved with a couple of Allen keys as all the hardware is all metal and the pieces they thread into are aluminum, the build quality is extremely high for a piece of protective equipment, Atlas certainly put some time into designing their product. The two piece design of this brace is incredibly comfortable and allows a lot of freedom over other braces. Even with the high price tag you still feel like you get what you pay for. Overall I agree with the 4/5 review.
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We have a dorado bar stool at the shop. Many uses...
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Wish we got to see this side of Zink more, such good style. He's always going so damn big that we don't get to see him just cruise and have fun jibbin around very often
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Not done a whole ton of pedaling on but does well for a longer travel bike. It absolutely lives to be pointed downhill and railed on though, thing is nuts how fast it is.
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Thank you! Feels great, easy adjustability including ramp without having to pull the top cap, and super supple. Very good option in the high end trail fork market.
Jesse and Colte get help from those company's for Projeckt Roam
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I'm sure it's gonna be sick but if a bos and a dvo are $2k, how much could this thing possibly be?!
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For sure. We were joking that it would be like the next gopro. You'd roll up to a trail and people would all be launching their remote helis. I couldn't find the vid, thought it was on here but it could have come across our shops fb page at some point. Just remember it was a local dude who filmed himself in Fruita when he was testing it out. The advantage of the pilot though is more complex angles. With a drone it would have to follow you unless you had a pre programmed flight path in which case you'd be following it while it filmed back at you. Be a lot harder to program in a big panning shot that found the rider and focused on them, lot easier to do manually.
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Yep, exists and been done. Think there's a video on here from a dude riding Fruita and using GPS for his heli. He built all of his own stuff. See if I can find it