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I think I read that the pivot only goes a few millimeters up and down so maybe a plastic (or carbon) plate could snap over and act as a mud guard. Fox might insist on making it see-through to show off all that kashima?
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Test these out if possible ahead of time. I picked up a pair and the size felt too large than what a normal medium should.
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Yes to both would be my guess. I'm interested to see what fork will match the 170 or 180mm rear travel.
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Is there a reason the valves are next to each other? Seems that it would balance out better on opposite sides of the rim.
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Gotta love Gwin. Gets basically zero points but still has a champion's attitude to keep ripping like that.
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Those wheels are clearly bigger than a traditional roller blade. That sport must be going through their wheel size debate too.
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Overall I dig it (more so in a year when prices drop and we start seeing them as an option on mid-range bikes) but why three cranksets? Just stick to the 1400 which is super versatile with its spiderless capability.
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Any updates on the US franchise thing they mentioned earlier this year?
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Rachel Atherton 5:14.13
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And no one wears armor for days like this? Racers are a crazy bunch!
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True. Way to #BringItOnHome to the rest of us
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I'm more interested in the XTR VPP frame than the drivetrain
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From what I've heard this seems to be a hit or miss thing with riders. For me it's been a hit though you bring up a good point about chain wear.. It would be interesting to do a poll to get a larger sample size and maybe sort out which systems work best?
rear der: Sram X9 med clutch
cog: WTC 42
score: 3 (bad=1, so so=2, good=3)
notes: for me, this was worth the $100 having just purchased a new drivetrain and wanted a larger range but didn't want to scrap it all for X01 and then sort out wheel compatibility on top of that.
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This looks like an amazingly fun bike. I can't believe I'm saying this but the HA might be too slack for me. 65 on a 160mm fork and if you want to bump the travel up to 180 that would make it about 64 degrees.
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Yes for a Lyrik update. When I saw the new Nomad I thought maybe.. but its a Pike.
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Thanks Vital MTB and Jenson USA! This will help with a set of Spank Spike wheels I've been eyeing and I'll be sure to post up a review after I've got some time on them.
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Nice review, I was eyeing these rims before going another route. I'd also be curious to hear your thoughts on the Magic Marys.
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