Look incredible. Lightweight. Stiff. Interchangeable spindles/crankarms. Somewhat simple to install.
Pricey. Small issues with preload adjuster ring and BB/BB tool interface.Overall Review: This is my second set of SixC cranks and I do have to say, they are pretty darn impressive. This review will have insights and impressions on the first and second pair I own as well as some installation advice. At well over $400 for a SixC crankset w/ chainring, this certainly isn’t for your average biker, but if you can justify spending such money you may be pleased. Initial impressions: Recently purchased a new SixC crankset for my downhill rig after used them for over a year and a half on my endure bike. Just like when I first got them on my endure bike, I was overly impressed with the craftsmanship and looks these Read More »
Light comfortable and clean
Very fun and easy to throw around
Paint chips and scratches easily
Dents easily too
Headset is hard to find
Linear brake mounts are ugly in my opinion
Amazing on loose dirt and slippery surfaces, good on wet ground, cool sound as the wheels are on pavement, strong sidewall impenetrable basically, I've thrown a lot at these tires and they haven't disappointed,
Tires tend to clog up slightly when going through mud (most tires do)Overall Review: The tires will not disappoint they will tackle any surface and won't disappoint, have a few minor things which isn't too bad, amazing grip and reliability
Good ergonomic design, High quality Rubber, Well thought out patterns, dual locking rings with durable bolts.
Questioning the durability (long term) of parts of the grips.Overall Review: Purchased these to go on my 2016 Scott Gambler 720. I'm a firm believer that having well designed contact components (where you attach to your bike) can and will improve rider confidence which later improves skills. In terms of contact components, there isn't any other piece of the bike that is more hands-on than the grips. Thats why selecting a good pair is of the up-most importance. From flat to mega-ergonomic design, there are an endless amount of grips to choose from. After trying many grips out there throughout the years (Lock-on Charger, Squarewave, ODI TLD, Ruffian Lock-on, GX MTB, etc) I have learned that my hands Read More »