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  • in reply to: Riding After Cancer #107490

    Dude, it is stories like yours that make me want to ride faster, harder, and stronger. If you have any questions feel free to ask!

  • in reply to: Made in America! #101438

    My Trek remedy 9.9 frame is made in USA. It had a sticker, too! 😛

  • in reply to: 6 Horrible Things that People Do to Mountain Bikes #107079
    "mtbgreg1" wrote

    [quote="dozzerboy":2frtgirq]A friends bike. Your old hardtail. Or a bike you’re test riding for ST… 😆

    But if you don’t own an old hardtail, you have no other bikes in for review, and you’re riding with your friends so they don’t have bikes to spare? 😉 😼[/quote:2frtgirq]
    You, sir, need some new friends. 😆 😎

  • in reply to: 6 Horrible Things that People Do to Mountain Bikes #107060

    A friends bike. Your old hardtail. Or a bike you’re test riding for ST… 😆

  • in reply to: Adjustable Seat-posts! #98981
    "dozzerboy" wrote

    [quote="GimmeAraise":1am28xd3]Dose anyone know if the stealth reverb is compatible with the new fuel ex frames, like the remedy??

    That would be a negative, ghostrider. The 120mm travel bikes weren’t really designed with dropper seat post in mind. You can use a normal reverb, though.[/quote:1am28xd3]
    :?: Did you see this?

    I would also take a look at gravity dropper seatposts. Most bomb proof design.

  • in reply to: 6 Horrible Things that People Do to Mountain Bikes #107057
    "maddslacker" wrote

    Is that even possible?

    Yup… They are both 100mm wide. Unlike the 20mm thru axle which is 110mm wide.

  • in reply to: 6 Horrible Things that People Do to Mountain Bikes #107055

    Oh and seen someone wondering why there front wheel was loose when they had a 15mm front hub mounted on a 9mm qr fork

  • in reply to: 6 Horrible Things that People Do to Mountain Bikes #107053

    Hmmmm… Rigid fork, singlespeed, flat handlebars! Just kidding. 😆

    Now to be serious. Seen someone riding on a broken frame, a rigid fork on a full suspension frame, a coaster brake mounted to a decent mountain bike that was converted to singlespeed. Powerwashing it! Oh lord! Seen someone doing it. Poor bike… Riding a dh bike on a XC trail.

  • in reply to: Adjustable Seat-posts! #98979
    "GimmeAraise" wrote

    [quote="dozzerboy":1lv0pszs] Let me ask around and see.

    Hey Thanks alot![/quote:1lv0pszs]
    Welcome. 😎

  • in reply to: Adjustable Seat-posts! #98977
    "GimmeAraise" wrote

    Dose anyone know if the stealth reverb is compatible with the new fuel ex frames, like the remedy??

    That would be a negative, ghostrider. The 120mm travel bikes weren’t really designed with dropper seat post in mind. You can use a normal reverb, though.

  • in reply to: Adjustable Seat-posts! #98976

    I think he was asking about the stealth cable routing. The stealth goes through a small hole in the seat tube near the BB and runs into the bottom of the seatpost. The regular reverb hose mounts a the top of the lower. To answer the question, I’m not sure. Let me ask around and see.

  • in reply to: Made in America! #101427

    Trek fan boy here. 😎

    Pretty much all of the big brand medium and low end frames are made by giant’s factories.

    Honestly, I don’t get the "Made in USA" hype. Building overseas is cheaper and is as good as long as quality control is good. I will buy local stuff that will go right back into my community. But, if you want to support USA, expect higher prices because people in the USA make more than the $2.50 an hour that they make overseas.

    Don’t get me wrong. I Love the USA! I say the pledge everyday. Just get some common sense people….

    *rant over*

  • in reply to: Introducing Myself and Kudos to the Forum #106679
    "Loaf" wrote

    Other winters can get down to -40C, so generally people scurry whenever they’re outside.

    Damn! I don’t blame them for scurrying! 😮

  • in reply to: Making the move from Trials to Trails. #105630

    This is mounting biking we are talking about here. Not inching your way across obstacles…
    Jared, you and I could go back and forth for days about this. Let’s agree to disagree. 😉

    Personally, I would go ahead and buy them. But it is your decision.

  • in reply to: Making the move from Trials to Trails. #105628

    I soul do the complete opposite of what Jared is saying. I would get them as soon as you can. The main attraction to clipless is the ability to put power to the pedals throughout the entire pedal stroke. The sooner you get them, the quicker you’ll learn, and the more efficient you will ride.

  • in reply to: Transition Trans Am 29er #104166

    Talk about 2 for the price of one! How does the tranny ride? Looks like a sweet setup.

  • in reply to: The grandaddy of MTB loses it’s soul #105961
    "ollysj" wrote

    Sad bc the brand could disappear in the near future. Look what Trek did to Schwinn, Klein, Gary Fisher or Bontrager….

    What do you mean what trek did with fisher? They bought it to keep it alive. Fisher wouldn’t exist without trek. Also, how many people ride treks? Lance Armstrong has…

  • in reply to: Weekly Weigh In #105888

    5′, 9" and I weigh 135lbs. 😼

  • in reply to: Putting together a tool kit #105520

    Yeah. Good old QC and what it used to be! 😆

  • in reply to: Putting together a tool kit #105517

    How long have you had your’s?

    😆 I had one at my shop and it broke within 5 weeks of use….

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