Added a comment about press release YT Industries Launches Its First E-MTB: The DECOY 4/8/2019 6:54 AM

no need to ship back..............Shimano has dealers all over the U.S. and Canada that will service the STEPS E8000. (the e-8000 system comes with a 2 year warranty)

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Added a comment about product review Tested: Trek Stache 9 29+ 11/16/2015 7:26 PM

Great review! I have about 800 miles on my Stache 9 now and can tell all that it is one great, fun bike. I love the stiffness from the boost 148 in the rear and boost 110 in the front which compliment the big wheels. Control and handling on technical downhill and drops is fantastic. Selecting a proper line is no longer such an important issue. Just tuck back behind the seat and let er go. Tire pressure is more critical on the 29+ tires - too much and the bike is bouncy. Once the pressure is properly dialled in the traction, both for cornering and climbing, is second to none compared to my other bikes (a 29er hardtail & a 29er fs) Can't wait to try it in the snow!

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Added a comment about slideshow It's Electric! The 27.5+ Specialized Turbo Levo 7/17/2015 7:37 AM

I've gotten 5x that amount of elevation in my Jeep. So what's your point? Try riding under your own power (only) - then brag about elevation gain.

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Liked a comment on the item It's Electric! The 27.5+ Specialized Turbo Levo 7/17/2015 7:30 AM

It only sounds dumb if you fail to properly comprehend what is being stated. Bikes with motors absolutely will threaten trail access. Period. It does not matter whether they are going up or down. Everyone here fully understands how they work so there is no...more

Added a comment about slideshow It's Electric! The 27.5+ Specialized Turbo Levo 7/17/2015 5:46 AM

Sorry, but "when knees start to give out and your lung capacity ain't what it was..................." then ride trails within your physical limitations - there are thousands of 'em. I am 66 years old and still enjoy riding trails that I can negotiate under my own power. The point that seems to be missed is the satisfaction and enjoyment that results in riding a trail "under your own steam" - UNASSISTED - and by NOT cheating yourself. Honesty and integrity is missing here. Get out there!

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Liked a comment on the item Can't Afford XX1? Massive 42 Tooth OneUp Components Sprocket Could Be Your Solution 12/4/2013 2:35 PM

Will a shortcage RD be able to handle the 42t cog?

And at $100 I'd be happy pushing my bike up the hill... that's what I do now anyways HAHAHA.