I know, right? They're also tubeless.
Team Pangor, where have you been these past years ? I've spent the past few years riding right past you for more popular trails like Ned's, Dale's and Severed D. You know, the popular well known trails that get all the attention. The whole time you've been sitting there just waiting for me to stop and say hello.
Well . . . .HELLO THERE ! You have a great mix of old school skinnies, technical bits, some XC to keep you honest, a touch of new school and a whole lot of fun bits I had to check out before I hit them. I'm not a 'new school' berms and flowy rider, I'm really happy that trails like Expresso are there to get people on the trails, it's just not my scene. But Team Pangor, wow, you are an under appreciated gem on the North Shore !
I don't know if someone has been doing work on it or giving it some love, but if you have, thanks !
Not totally underappreciated. Been one of my faves for years. So much so that I even made a video on it. Really nice trail with a good mix of techy old school features, even though it's considered easy by (old school) Shore standards.
Sk8r: Lee will be reviewing the bike at some point soon, probably on mtbr (?). Not sure whether he'll use this video, but I can definitely link to the review here once it's out. Did you get all the trails as they appeared?
CoilAir: if it made you want to ride, then I feel it's a succes. :-) It was a nice day on Seymour.