I can't speak to the lady part but I did a SGC camp last year.
I am an intermediate rider, live in vancouver so I have spent a fair bit of time at whistler. I have also done a schley weekend camp in the past as well as a handful of guy nights.
Honestly I think I would have been better...
So don't do maintenance, find nothing broken, planes still fly?
Doesn't exactly ooze thoughts if safety dies it?
I guess the 13 years I did as a AME were for nothing.... I wonder if the same thing holds true for trains (my new job) as well?
There is a whole world of riding outside the bike park! ;)
Plus you get three full days in the park as well as the same price as a triple play for additional days.
Having said that, myself, wife, and son all had full seasons passes last year....:D
Not sure what you are asking here???
I said that it is longer than some of the other large sized DH bikes out there but it could still be longer??
As far as other longer DH bikes out there.... Isn't the operator +-1/2 a cm longer in reach?
My wide ordered some stuff on the 11th, arrived after Christmas.
Of the things she ordered (gloves jersey shorts) the only thing that came was a pair if gloves and a $12.50 shipping charge.
We will be returning them for a refund.
Stay far away from Sombrio.
In a prior life I worked as a Avionics maintenance engineer with several different airlines and traveled a fair bit a cross Canada and few trips down to the USA with my toolbox which HAD to arrive to fix AOG aircraft waiting to fly.
I used a pelican box with plat pallets and never had a...
I put one of these in my boxxer last year. I am not a "race boy" by any means and I found the stock setting a bit "harsh" during high speed compresion and too fast rebound with the stock setup.
Adjusted the mid valve and HSC by lightening up the shim stack and added a bit more to the rebound...
I made a spacer out of a mega exo quad bb cup that I pushed the bearing out of and then filed down a bit for my sons bike. Not the most attractive thing out there, but I did it with only a file. I am sure if you spent some time with a lathe it would look great.
Take a set of calipers and measure all the free space between the springs coils (in a straight line) if the sum of these numbers is greater than the stroke of your shock you should be good to go.
Easiest way to get the right size spring with the lowest weight (as your not buying a spring...
I've used (gasp) Safeway branded mineral oil in my gen 1 saints and now my Zees.
No ill effects as of yet (7 years on the gen 1 saints).
I would rather use the shimano stuff but I am a tightwad Scotsman.