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Liked a comment about product review Direct-to-Consumer Tires: Versus Mountain Bike Tires Long-Term Tested 4/22/2020 10:00 AM
jive turkey

$65 with no middle man strikes me as kinda expensive. MAP (minimum advertised price) for most Maxxis models is less than $70. A direct to consumer cost of $45-$50 would put them on par with the wholesale pricing of the the most expensive mtb tires available.

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Liked a comment about product review Direct-to-Consumer Tires: Versus Mountain Bike Tires Long-Term Tested 4/22/2020 9:59 AM
matmattmatthew

Not very earth-shattering at $65 dollars. If they were $40-50 that would be more newsworthy. When you have a boutique carbon FS bike, top of the line suspension and carbon hoops you usually don't lose any sleep if you spend 10-15 dollars more per tire. Not diminishing the performance of the tire, but when I read the headline I thought the tire must be sub 50 bucks.

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Liked a comment about press release YT Industries Launches Its First E-MTB: The DECOY 4/2/2019 7:36 AM
Matt Dogg

WTF?! Is that how they teach their kids self reliance and the satisfaction of work in Hollywood? Fkn lazy ass Dad raising a lazy ass kid.

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boaz

Surprised at the pricing. You can get the specialized Kenevo for the same price at a shop.

E bikes = one of the horsemen of the apocalypse for mountain biking

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