Norco lost me at steeper HTA…
Nope. RSL gets a carbon CS. 9.8 is alloy. Plus the shock change. But I'm also not buying a frameset and switching out to a different shock right off the bat. I'm a cyclist but I'm not THAT stupid.
I'm so over gorilla tape. It's not waterproof for one and it's single use at best. Nothing like having to clean all the sticky residue and goo off your rims for a simple tire change.
Neko Mullany had a frankenbike check on pb a while back. Explained how he used parts on hand (axle end caps) to turn his regular wheel sets into Boost ones.
So Boost 110 conversion would be: axle, end caps and a re-dish?
Do 36RC2 20/15mm and 36RC2 Boost have a caliper mount to opposite leg distance that is the same? (I have no idea of what to call this)
My issue with Boost 110 is or would be the inability to pull a front wheel off an Enduro bike and put it on a DH and visa versa.
Shit just scrolled down and reread what was written.
Electric motors deliver power almost instantaneous compared to ICE
Where is local companies like North Shore Billet or BlackSpire to machine offset calliper adaptors?
Not really a relevant comparison; you're better than that. I doubt Kranked purchases bikes from SC at MSRP or without their knowledge.
It's quicker for myself to pedal to the trails than drive to them…
Remember a few years ago when Super Dave Norona took that electric dirt bike out on Da Shore and everyone lost their shit? Good times.
Why pedal up Mtn Highway when one can just brap up Bobsled instead?
Pun intended I hope! That's USD (Dafuq? It's Canada bruh) too.
That's high end moto or sled pricing. Or ride a electric quasi mtn bike…
In the PB comments on this article a user mentions that he commutes with an electric assist bike in LOLAsia. He said he modded his bikes motor to be completely non-pedal assist and puts out more wattage than legally allowed. He just leisurely spins his cranks to give the illusion that he's not on a modded bike. All this was easy for anyone to do without any real electrical knowledge and about $5 worth of Chinese ordered parts.
It's here. Not at that price point but Bjorns Unsure if one is still able to buy just the kit to bolt on to their bike?
For shame on SC…
Surprised WTC doesn't offer a steel cog to go along with their steel chainrings.