The Good: Everything about this bike is great! I love how you can change how much compression you want while you ride it. My other bike you couldn't change that at all.
The Bad: I would change the pedals personally because I don' like plastic pedals. My feet slip easierOverall Review: There is nothing wrong with this bike besides the pedals. I would recomend it. If you Live in North OC, go to BikeLand Cypress it is only $1210 there plus tax.
The Good: Is the best cornering bike I have ever ridden, Very comfortable cockpit. Inspires confidence
The Bad: Needs a seat dropper with longer travel than 120mm. The Magura brakes are very powerful. too powerful for my tasteOverall Review: Whoever wrote that review is absolutely nuts! I sold my brand new 2015 Nomad after riding this bike1x . It is a great all mountain bike. Very refined and unique. The bike does not feel "tall".Its nice not to mash pedals against rocks and flip off of your bike. I cant wait to race the bike this season.
The Good: great styling, breathable back and arm panels
The Bad: nothing so farOverall Review: I've had this jersey for one season's use and recently decided to get another one since I liked it so much. First of all the fit is nice, it is not overly baggy or too tight. Size medium fits me well. (I'm 5'10" and 170 pounds). The collar and cuffs are not too tight or loose, both ofwhich are deal-breakers for me in a jersey.The quality of the fabric is excellent - lightweight yet tough like a jersey should be, not prone tosnags like some fabrics out there.Maybe the best thing aboutthis jersey is the mesh fabric on the back and under half of the sleeves.The extra breathability comes in handy on hot days. A Read More »
The Good: Light weight, comfortable fit, sickest looking pads out
The Bad: Price is high but your getting what you pay forOverall Review: These pads I was very impressed with. Between the looks and the feel of the pads and durability you cant go wrong. And they keep your knees warm on the morning rides haha ;)
The Good: Light, uhh....durable?
The Bad: Super porous sidewalls, horrible wet root/rock traction, doesn't hold a seal, seems smaller than advertised size(2.2)Overall Review: Well, since WTB discontinued my favorite rolling rear tire, the Exiwolf, I had to move on and accept the loss. Change happens. We get used to it. We adapt. We move on. We are humans after all. I had seen many a positive review on the Mountain King II(MKII) version 2. The first version garnered tremendous hate due to poor quality control that resulted in knobs ripping off randomly. So, I purchased the ProTection version of the MKII to set up tubeless. Still to this day the bead holds fine but the sidewalls are the consistency of cheesecloth. While this makes them nice and supple(120TPI) it does nothing for Read More »