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43mm according to the MRP site! I am screwed!!!!!:close:lol
I might be interested in the spring tensioner upgrade too, any idea on $$?
For size, I have always ridden medium on older size bikes and decided...
Latest adventure, I definitely used the lowest gear up to the top, chuckanuts, Larrabee park![ATTACH]
New loads of dirt for pumptrack expansion, 7*3cyds=alot of wheelbarrowing......
I need some new pics I suppose, perhaps this weekend will provide opportunities.
I will say I do use the easiest gears, but doubt I will use the hardest, but every thing is steep and tech here, otherwise it seems spot on.
Maxxis 2.8 should be fine then, I should measure space.
I am super happy with my maxxis 2.5 wt, though might swap for something a bit faster rolling.
That is cool idea, though probably needs abit more for true longevity.
I thought it would be a problem when I assembled mine.
I should lube i...
Yeah that was a good read as to why avoid any thing he touched/touches.
I HATE TICKS
I picked up a large Taniwha!
Super stoked so far
Still tweaking suspension but getting used to grip shift, this bike is awesome
My wife just got one to replace the super2r which had the temple pressure points for her, she really likes it, definitely breathes well, reminds...
Just polish to mirror finish and then highlight with neon or your choice
If you are used to larger bikes then something longer will feel fine.
If you are shorter don't get something long, and if taller don't get...
Where is breakfast, someone pass me the coffee pot.
Just zerode taniwha and don't look back
Just recon it and be done, best hitch rack, made in USA too. Cody is awesome!
Pumptracking last night was great, sitting in carpool sucks, and...
Minion wt 2.5...well that is what I went with
I just found a set at goodwill for $8, one of the blade skis is toast though, even had the bb foot peg zip tied to it
The answer is both.
Dirtjump/pumptrack bike and all mountain full squishy