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    SRAM 2x10 Experience - Sunday, Dec 12, 2010

    Q: What do the Turner Flux, Yeti AS-R 5, Ibis Mojo, Transition Covert, Niner Air 9, and Intense Tracer 29'er have in common?

    A: They're all better with SRAM 2x10, and they'll all be available for you to take out on real trails with no cost or obligation when the SRAM 2x10 Experience visits Jenson USA in Riverside, CA.

    Save the date for Sunday, Dec 12, 2010 and enjoy great bikes on real trails, free food, and schwag!

    - Plenty of free parking at Jenson USA's Riverside, CA HQ for this event. (Please carpool if possible)

    - Sycamore Canyon Trails are 2 minutes away by bike.

    - 10am - 4pm.

    - Don't forget your helmet and favorite pedals

    - Absolutlely free!

    Don't miss this opportunity to try high-end bikes on real trails.

    1615 Eastridge Ave
    Riverside, CA 92507

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    The forecast calls for a wonderful, clear 80 degree SoCal day, perfect for riding and talking bikes. See you Sunday.

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    specials?

    Are they going to be offering any deals on 2x10 build kits? Looking mostly for complete drivetrain for 29'er.

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    SRAM doesn't sell direct to the public, however, the event is attached to our (Jenson USA's) Will-Call Center and main warehouse location for shopping. We have kiosks that you can use for easy access to our inventory.

    Thanks, hope to see you there.

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    will there be platform pedal if i dont bring my own?

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    I've stopped by the warehouse once to pick up a new brake rotor and noticed there's limited parking. Where can we park if it's crowded?

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    plenty of parking

    At our Riverside location, or the old Ontario location? There must be, I dunno, 60+ parking spaces at Riverside? Shouldn't be an issue. And there is legal street parking on some of the streets in the immediate area also.

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    I was there today, it was a fun event, The 2x10 sram really kick ass.

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    If you're a member of STR this will be a repost, but I just wanted to make sure that I got my thanks out to everyone who made it.

    I just want to send out a huge thank you to all the MTBR family out there who came and made this event such a success. Even our best plans only come together when people like you come out to the events, participate, and have fun. It was great getting to see many of you, and I'm glad that the bikes, Sram, food, and most everything else when well. We hope to be able to make more events happen in the near future.

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    Thanks again for unique experience. I made a video which included some of it, finally, and have posted it else where, but I promised to post it here when I was done too, so here it is:


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