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Been on this saddle for a few months now and find it to be super comfortable and highly durable. 2 thumbs up from this guy.
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FWIW, I've had good luck with the casing on Control tires over the years. Also, since Race Face bills these wheels as being appropriate for "xc/trail/enduro", I felt I should utilize a variety of tire casings in the test.
Right with you on having a rounder tire profile.
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Fuck Donald Trump...Strobel for president.
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Everyone's an expert. Sheesh. Having ridden 5 of the 6 recommended, I can confirm everyone should go ride there. Some truly great riding. Must be winter time and people are looking for something to bitch about. Go change your damper oil, whiners.
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no #rodfather, no care.
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It's about goddamned time that USAC stepped up to offer UCI points at races here in the U.S. It's only about 15 years too late. Thanks to them ignoring the DH discipline here, they've almost killed the sport for us Americans. Thanks to Jill and Bryn for going to represent our sport at recent USAC meetings. Maybe they're finally starting to listen.
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I'll be the first to admit I don't really care how a bike pedals up hills. That said, I think this thing pedals quite capably. I will say, that my flat pedals combined with the low BB ensure I am a bit pickier when climbing tech stuff. Climbing rocky notches and that have become a thinking man's game for me now (not my strong suit). Whatever shortcomings it may have in that regard are quickly forgotten once the bike points down the track. It's simply amazingly fun to ride.
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I was lucky enough to get one of the early new Nomads and I can tell you that with a 160mm Pike and Minion DHF exo 2.35 tires, the head angle measure out to 66. I'm assuming 65 is measurement for a 180mm fork.
Although I did stiffen up my suspension for this track, in retrospect, I might have gone even a little stiffer. Don't think it would have helped with my confidence though, just with skipping across the bumps.
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This made my day.
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Hell yeah! Talk about a rider owned company!
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yeah, it's an old style Burgtec. 60mm. They like them because they're stiff and reliable.
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is that your seat angle for xc? my root hurts just looking at that.
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Look closely, y'all. Elixir 9 up top and Code caliper at the bottom. Popular, effective combo for those who can't get on with the shortish Code lever.
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lol. Griz wants to see boys signing fuzzy assholes.
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I can confirm this statement about Mills Peak. Pretty damned fun trail.
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MOAR Ferrentino on this site PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
starva es teh gayzor.
Charp lookeen biiiike, mang.
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