- Bike Checks
Simple and incredibly functional, Pedals extremely well for an enduro bike, Descends even better, Easy to maintain
Made in China (But is that all that bad now days?)Overall Review: When I first got into mountain biking in the early 2000s there was always one bike company I had a hyper crush on, it was Santa Cruz. Starting with the Super 8 all the way through to the current lineup, there was always something about Santa Cruz bikes that caught my eye. About 2 years ago I stumbled across a killer deal on the Nomad 3 frame that I couldn’t pass up. After riding it for about a year and a half, it is the only bike I wish I would have never let go. With that said, here are my impressions: Out of the box: Pulling the frame out of the box, the first thing I noticed was how light it was. Now days every Read More »
Nice reach, perfect for 25.4mm bars (duh) perfect positioning overall.
One of the face-plate bolts stripped out, due to user error. My fault that it happened.Overall Review: Would recommend, just be careful when tightening down.
These rims were incredibly easy to set up with my maxxis exo tyres.
good price too.
annoying that they came with the stick on the inside of the rim. i had to buy label remover to be able to get it off.Overall Review: i noticed the improvement between these and my giant rims straight away when i got out to the trail head. i found that i could corner much more aggressively and ride faster.
Spare lense is a bonus
Tear offs and goggle bag were a great surprise
rarely fog up
The adjustment on the strap tends to work its way loose over time. i hardly noticed this out on the trail though.Overall Review: I have used a fair few goggles since i started riding yet these stood out the most for me for the following reasons. - they work well with both full and half face helmets - well ventilated and nice and comfy - rarely fog - great range of colours - awesome price