onyx hubs get a lot of crap for their weight. but i think the ABSOLUTE instantant engagement far outweighs the drawback of weight. And mine have been bulletproof.
looks like a very promising tire. would be interested to pair it with something like a griffin in the rear.
Maybe they can make a bump stock floor pump for easier tubeless setup.
hold up, folding bead dh tire? i didnt think maxxis did that?
this shoe has a lot of appeal to me. I only ever run flats even for long XC days and I have big feet that suffer from lack of support. pretty excited to try some of these.
I am the only person who prefers the osprey reservoir? over the years a bunch of buddies have always had issues with camelbak reservoirs(hose coming undone from the bottom was the big one).
i am pretty curious about their new flat pedal offering. glad to see some competition to 5-10
um there was no music included at the end of this article.
"and then we introduced a 28.99mm spindle" would probably be the next line.
I can watch Cody ride a dj for hours and not get bored. So much style. Like the tommy dugan of mtb
not enough people try fat bikes before passing judgment. it is like a circus toy. they sound ridiculous, look ridiculous, but are pretty fun to get rowdy on
I have size 13 feet and ride vp harriers (as well as the azonic rebrand of the harrier) and they are great. I also rock a rather stiff freerider elc (one of the few flat shoes with a lace cover). the combo really eases foot pain i have experienced on smaller pedals.
not to say i can do nasty shoulder buzzing tables but everything i have seen is if you lay on your back with your bike, you can practice that motion to understand how your arms and legs have to move to create that shape. easy safe way of practicing. the rest is commitment