Aaron ChamberlainSingletrack

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Decatur // Georgia

 
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About Me

I love any kind of mountain biking, but especially all-day rides with plenty of climbing and descending. Used to race a lot and I still do the occasional endurance event or stage race. Most of my rides now are just about enjoying my time in the woods.

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Aaron Chamberlain   3 days ago
 
I don’t think you understand how it works. The tool slides inside your head tube and stays in place via a rubber o-ring. So no, you don’t have to straighten your bar after using an Allen key. As for the warranty, no idea. To me it’s not modifying anything but the steerer tube which happens…
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Aaron Chamberlain   1 week ago
rode 47.1 miles at Morningside Nature Preserve
 

Afternoon Ride via Strava
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Aaron Chamberlain   1 week ago
rode 40.7 miles at Emory Recycling Center
 

Afternoon Ride via Strava
Aaron Chamberlain   1 week ago
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Aaron Chamberlain   1 week ago
rode 23 miles at Morningside Nature Preserve
 

Morning Ride via Strava
Thanks y'all, see you on the trails!
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Durable, well-designed. Comfortable. Grippy rubber sole. Good for hike-a-bikes.
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Works with just about any bike. Low profile design. Classic Yakima quality. Easy installation.

Light, efficient, great looking bike. Adjustable geometry.
 

Decently wide. Easy tubeless setup. Strong, light, stiff.
Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
added a review of Sidi Tiger
 

Super light. Incredibly stiff. Gorgeous construction.

Excellent ergonomics. Vastly improves the feel and operation of the Reverb.

Reasonable price. Solid performance.

Simple, durable suspension. Rails corners.

Awesome gear range. Durable. Relatively affordable.

Improves ride quality, protects your rims.

Very well made. Stable. Easy to operate. Lightweight.

Comfortable. Light. Affordable. Do what they're supposed to.

Reliable. Easy to install. Very well made. Can bleed trail side.
Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
added a review of TRP Quadiem
 

Donkey strong. Beautiful finish. Excellent modulation. Good price.
 

Comfortable, durable, crazy light.
 

Excellent pedaling platform. Capable descender. Super duper long reach. Quiet on the trail.
 

Excellent performance. Adjustable. Reliable. Relatively affordable.

Lots of storage. Very comfortable. Well made.

Very well made. Sharp blade. Comes with carrying case.

Very well made, will last a lifetime. Comfortable to wield.

Light, comfortable, affordable.
Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
 
Coldwater Mountain (Anniston, AL), Pisgah Enduro (Old Fort, NC), and Windrock (Oliver Springs, TN).
Last year was a banner year for me. I didn't quite hit my mileage goal because of an aggravated achilles tendon, but I came close. I rode 4,500 miles and my goal was 5,000. But, I did climb 350,000' in 2017! This year, I'm focusing less on hitting a specific mileage target. I'll still be…
Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
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Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
added Blockade Gloves
 
Windproof gloves for winter riding
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Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
added RS Zero Gloves
 
Warm and waterproof winter gloves
Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
added Barrier WxB Gloves
 
A windproof and waterproof shell
Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
added GT Thermo Gloves
 
Very warm and waterproof winter gloves
Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
rode 12.7 miles at Morningside Nature Preserve
 

T2 Front Bowl both ways, Dodge CW via Strava
You're gaining a nearly 12% easier climbing gear by going with the 36T. That's pretty significant. I've ridden in East Tennessee too, I'd want something easy. If you kept the 11-32 cassette, you'd...
Aaron Chamberlain   2 weeks ago
rode 9.3 miles at Morningside Nature Preserve
 

T2 via Strava
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Aaron Chamberlain   3 weeks ago
 
Yup. But no one was buying $2,500, made in the US, aluminum frames. I mean, besides you John ;)
Aaron Chamberlain   3 weeks ago
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Aaron Chamberlain   3 weeks ago
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Aaron Chamberlain   3 weeks ago
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A sturdy mountain bike shoe for trail or enduro riding.
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