awesome! Loved his series about building the Romax too.
11spd is a world apart from the 12 from what I've seen, and experienced.
good luck seeing the type of appreciation lower mainland real estate has had with a bike derailleur! ha
I certainly like the idea of wireless shifting, but probably won't be getting into it anytime soon at that price.
thanks Cam, sounds more promising then.
yeah well, when they spec them on $7000 bikes.....I don't deny that XO1 is better, but GX is already too much for what it is and XO1 is another big jump up.
late 2019 12spd, absolute junkshow
I can't say I was impressed with my regular cable GX der, turned into a sloppy mess in a couple months that required incessant adjustment, ended up ditching for 12spd shimano and was much happier. Overload clutch notwithstanding, are the pivots/bushings similar to the regular version?
yup, if I saw that bike on the back of a car I'd take interest too.
thanks for confirming it's a devinci?
I'm only here for the Jer dragging, wasn't disappointed!
sorry I forgot to grab a photo, but there's just a single screw under the rubber strap that you can remove, then there was a 3d printed gopro adaptor in the kit I received that simply screws into the hole on the bottom of the light. very simple and straightforward replacement.
Unfortunately with the hangover the usb port is on the front on the underside of the led's so not sure how well this item below Matt's working on for the Evo would work for the hangover...that being said, I find that low on the trail is fine for most road and single track climbing, leaving the hangover off until the descent. With this option on the evo you'd be able to save a lot of juice on the helmet light for when speeds increase.
"One other thing we are working on is an inexpensive DC5521 to USB converter so that people can use their old trail packs as additional power sources for Evo if they upgrade. Similar to what magicshine has, but wanting it without extra cables and stuff."
yeah, came in the kit...will try and remember to grab a pic when I get home tonight, was in the carrying case.
get a gopro bar mount and forgo the rubber strap, doesn't move at all