Brian GerowGnarly

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Torino // ITALY


 
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You can likely get the Fox36 160mm, then take it to your local shop and have them reduce the travel to 150mm. Here is a link that should help sort this out. Cheers! https://www.dirtlabs.com/fork-travel-change/
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rode 15.3 miles at Seicento
 

Afternoon Ride via Strava
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rode 22.6 miles at Sentiero 61
 

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added a photo of DH Uomini
 
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rode 27.4 miles at Rollercoaster
 

Morning Ride via Strava
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rode 10.3 miles at Rychlebske Stezky
 

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Brian Gerow   2 weeks ago
updated Rychlebske Stezky conditions to Good
 
Brian Gerow   2 weeks ago
rode 42.6 miles at Rychlebske Stezky
 

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Thanks, y'all. I would say that the best I have ever felt on a bike was when I could truly ride without thinking, without ego, without anything but the forest around me and the bike beneath me. I have found flow through meditation off the bike, that lead to meditation on the bike. Learning to…
Brian Gerow   3 weeks ago
rode 28.4 miles at Singletrail Moravsky Kras
 

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rode 12.1 miles at Seicento
 

Morning Ride via Strava
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cbriggs, good question. Traditional rims, with the holes drilled symmetrically, require shorter spokes on one side to compensate for the space taken up by the cassette (rear) or disc (front) at the hub. Drilling the holes to one side, asymmetrically, allows the wheel to be built with the same length spokes (or close to the…
Brian Gerow   3 weeks ago
rode 42.7 miles at Seicento
 

Afternoon Ride via Strava
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rode 13.8 miles at Seicento
 

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