Does anyone know of any offroad motorcycle course in the Vancouver area?
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My SPD shoes are by Diadora. They only have velcro closures: which never seem to tighten enough or stay tight. It doesn't seem to matter on my road bike but they feel noticeably less tight on my MTB.
My next pair of SPD shoes will have buckles and/or laces in the hope they stay tighter…
I run Shimano M540 on my road bike for commuting:
And I run Shimano M647 on my MTB, I find the resin cage sheds mud really well, makes it a bit easier to clip in and seems to handle rock impacts very well.
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Once you feel comfortable on Lower Snake I would highly recommend doing it in combination with Gear Jammer and Upper Cut to get a loop that covers most of the mountain.
Nicholes is harder than the Gear Jammer and Upper Cut combination in my experience. Although I've no idea how hard the lower section of Gear Jammer that Upper Cut bypasses is.
Yes. The only way they will guarantee the build is to use new spokes. And a disc hub is likely to require different spoke lengths anyways.
That makes sense. I've only ever had one wheel rebuilt and that was years ago so I could not remember if new spokes where used or not…