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Aaron Gwin 2:21.57
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This makes me want to go riding in the snow. Excellent edit!!
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I have one of these bikes. Its a fun ride for sure!
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That frame is a beauty!!
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Crazy! Hard to imagine the Syndicate, especially Steve Peat, on anything but a Boxxer and SRAM components. Its going to be weird but I'm intrigued to see what they'll be running.
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I totally hucked that thing to flat!
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Definitely a major bummer! I live on the west coast but to hear that any bike park has closed is disappointing to say the least, especially one as well known and as well built as Diablo. Best of wishes to the Diablo crew in their future ventures. I'm sure there are other bike parks that could greatly benefit from your talents and experience.
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That was hilarious! Great tips too.
I love this bike! Its nice to see more videos and articles coming out about it. I love that it is compatible with current DH bike component standards and as mentioned earlier the fact that it uses a Shimano hub instead of a proprietary design is an added bonus. Hopefully this bike is a look into what DH bikes will be like in the future because aesthetically and functionally this is the first gearbox bike that I would seriously consider buying. Great work Zerode!
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That was great! Good tips and the bonus trick was sweet!
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That was awesome! I travel with friends quite frequently to ride Teton Pass and its great to see a video that truly captures how great the Lithium DH trail really is.
Great work on the vid and again many thanks to the Teton Freedom Riders and volunteers!
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As mentioned in the in the test, this would probably work good for R&D or a race program but I personally wouldn't use this product. The extra maintenance and possible compatibility issues aren't worth 3 degrees of adjustment to me. On the flipside I am excited to see a product that makes the angle adjustable headset adjustable while out on the trail and perhaps we can look forward to more streamlined designs with this concept in the future.
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