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The Lenz Punkass edition Lunchbox would contend better with the BMC TF01 29 and Spec Enduro 29.
I want to hear how the Cannondale Trigger 29 compares to the WFO9. I'd put my wager on the Trigger 29.
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If the "plastic" cracks, I guess he could probably repair it with a lighter or heatgun. :D
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Still using their original Mush flip flop, even though the bottom has been chewed up. Love it! Been using the same 5.10 shoes for over a year now and only recently noticed the sole coming unglued.
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Beautiful! Looks brand new, decals and all.
I hope they have some warranty on those bearings, since AC bearings are pretty expensive. I'd be expecting to pay no less than $40 per pair (I fear they're more like $60+/pair), and there's 4 pairs on this bike.
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All black is the new pink.
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What's the Napalm's line design philosophy? Does it fit in between X-lite and AmX in qualities that certain riding styles demand, assuming X-lite is for XC and AmX is for AM?
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That's some amazing accuracy at 4:20, landing on that post that's hidden behind the wall,
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A pretty damn historic one. Think of the bikes they raced on it back in the day and how long they've come along since then.
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6200 isn't a bad price for a that 29er 130mm travel FS bike. Would pay a lot more to get another one of the other popular 29er FS trail bikes to 27 lbs with dropper and pedals. It doesn't look too ugly either. It just needs to prove itself on the trail and become available at good bike shops.
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Damn, and I actually thought that was kind of cool because I actually created something like that during high school.
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Ouch, Leov 7 minutes back on run #3 .
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Aaron Gwin 3:58.00
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Good thing they got rid of the perforated neoprene (sarcasm). My RaceFace Flanks only lasted a season before they were getting too loose due to the tears. The neoprene was tearing at the stitching, just like paper being torn out of a spiral notebook. At least the holes aren't as big in this updated version.
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How durable? Good for trail tools maybe?
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This man's name made a deep impression in my long-term memory for his shot(s) of Emmeline Ragot's "spectacular finish" at Windham last year.
Compared to the others, I must say that this man has some sharp senses for the kind of shot that fits my tastes. The only other photog that impressed me was Toby, mainly for his effort in getting his shots, giving a very unique perspective from something like a hawk or groundhog.
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Amazing athleticism and creativity
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Uh ya, sure, that's totally a Horst Link, bro.
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That carbon looks thick! Thick = more vibration damping. Maybe that's what he means by ride feel, maybe to mute things like braking bumps, that might address rider fatigue, arm pump, etc. Might even be less likely to death grip if you're hands aren't being rattled loose as much.
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Dang, that really is a high pivot. Much higher than the Devinci Wilson's and rivals the Zerode's. I love the tube shaping on the Force, and the team colors. I just wonder about the rear braking influence on the suspension, as the brakes are mounted/anchored on the primary swingarm and it looks to be more prone to the effects of brake squat.