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SUCH AN EPIC RACE! I'm floored.
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Luca Cometti 4:38.98
Jill Kintner 5:02.34
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Someone with "USA" in their own name and doesn't usually like American Flag designs? SMH...
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Luca Cometti 3:25.666
Tahnee Seagrave 4:08.666
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Breaking news: Loic Bruni STOLE Smith's bike and kit!
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Speculation here but perhaps there is already. Notice the hole next to the internal cable housing, could be a mounting hole for a bumper. Also notice the alloy M16 in front has the integrated bumpers removed and is running standard stanchion mounted ones... hmmmm.
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#nailedit That photo is the switchback before Stairway to Hell.
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I believe the rider is Max Kauert with the nut-cracker. Report is he's okay.
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Those would be the Loaded X-40 carbon wheels.
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Good call, when measuring 6 inch above and below the center of the kneecap, my legs measure 19 inches above and 16 inches below and the large was spot on for me. Riders within 1 inch either way should be happy with a large too.
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Remi THIRION 3:22.13
Rachel ATHERTON 3:49.50
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In my personal experience with pads, knee in particular, whether a pad chaffes or not has more to do with how well they fit and how long I wear them and not so much as to how much pedaling I've done on a particular day. That said, the pads didn't chaff me at all, even after some consecutive 6+ hour resort days.
Much good, very like.
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Sam Blenkinsop: 4:17.08
Rachel Atherton: 5:14.90
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Here you go: http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/18548/photos/72064/s1600_Gambler.jpg?1393455759
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I'm a long time DHF user and so far I'm liking the new Magic Mary's quite a bit. Def worth a spin if you're itching to try something new.
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Carbon fiber can be used either way (rigid or flexy) depending on the engineer's intent. This is speculation but perhaps the engineers behind these levers built-in some inherent flex in the levers to withstand crashes.