I can't help but notice how many wolves are on this bike. Tires, rims, seat, bike name and there are 4 wolves on the emblem. What is missing is a moon which, in my option, would have tied this bike together. At minimum, they should given away free shirts...like these 3 wolves howling (don't forget to read the customer reviews). Cheers.
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Before any saddle purchase do this little at-home cardboard test from sqlab (video at bottom) to save time testing saddles randomly.
You probably can apply the same logic (size fitting) to other seat brands I speculate. If your sit bones are 125mm apart the chromag moon (@135mm) will not be comfortable on an AM/Enduro ride and maybe not even the 140 deva depending on how you ride.
I got the 150mm sqlab 611 titube and it is gooch-tastic.
I have this pack and it is great for those with a long torso and/or mid back issues. I recommend setting up like a fanny pack that has straps. Loosen up the shoulder straps completely and cinch up the waist strap so 2 to 3 L of water is held comfortably by your hip bones (think really low). Then tighten the shoulder straps just so it holds the pack against your back but doesn’t hold much weight. When standing the weight will sit crazy low and it feels strange, but when on a bike it feels balanced. Cinching tightly around the hips bones keeps the weight low and very stable.
Yahs concerns are justified. Only 12 rides in I am seeing tape delamination and seam failure. Shorts were cold water washed and hung to dry as per label. I also just realized the rhombus shaped fabric, in the base of the crotch, is just normal fabric with no water proof properties but they taped it. Strange choice RF. Maybe wait to v2.0 when the figure out the proper tape glue and waterproof the crotch.
Nevermind. I just have to read the title. ha.
Does anyone know what model and brand the dog harness and light are? thanks.
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