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    New cockpit: riser bars RF Next, pedals RF Chester, grips Ergon GA3, saddle ISM PM2.0 and CF shock valve cap. Also received 6" of fresh snow making it unridable this morning.

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    Saddle and rear Lamp -

    Selle X1 black WaterShed leather with copper rivs.
    My backside has never been too fussy but the color-coded Marin seat just looks too Out-of-the Box. I like to personalize things here and there and nothing I've read of Selle concerns me about making this swap.

    Rear lamp- Got a few laying around but the idea of this mount application (el-cheapo price) is a nice alternative to the seatpost or whatever bags I have at the time for the clip mount.
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    In the Middle Ages, the biggest mistake was not putting on your armor because you were 'just going down to the corner.'

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    saddle and handlebar

    WTB and XLC
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    K-edge bar mount

    K-Edge 35mm GoPro style mount. Rather than trimming my cables, I found this mount to get my bar light out in front.
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    Camelbak Podium bottles and Serfas Vendetta carbon cages for my Slate
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    Latest purchase, Colnago World Cup Cyclocross with custom Velocity Atlas wheelset. This thing is a blast.


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    ^^^ Congratulations on a fine acquisition!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleared2land View Post
    ^^^ Congratulations on a fine acquisition!
    Thanks!


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    I recently bought one of these...I'm channeling my inner "scrapbooking grandmother".
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    And yes it's bike related as I used it to make some black wheel decals

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    The black is also reflective. Safety first!!

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    The only difference in the pictures is flash or no flash.
    The tire, wheel, and cassette are all new too so that counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BXCc View Post
    And yes it's bike related as I used it to make some black wheel decals
    How do you do this and how well does this work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleared2land View Post
    How do you do this and how well does this work?
    So far it works pretty slick. I think I've made more stickers for my daughters than anything else.

    It's a Cricut Explore Air 2 craft cutter. There is a bit of a learning curve but it's pretty straight forward and simple to figure out. Cricut has a plug-in that you can download for making the cuts and it's similar to PhotoShop. You can try it out without buying the cutter so that's a plus. Once you take your image or text, you lay some vinyl on the included mat and let the cutter do it's thing. If you're somewhat computer literate, you can figure out the basics in less than an hour. The more you play with it, the more you can do. Finding the right arc for the rims was trial and error but I used some of the cheaper plain color vinyl until I got it right.

    Here is the program page
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    Here is where I've been getting the vinyl.
    https://expressionsvinyl.com/permanent-adhesive-vinyl/

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    Stans wheels with Hope hubs.
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    Massi handlebar

    light , nice and comfortable
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    Fox 34 CTD air spring retrofit:

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    Arundel Other Sideloader matte carbon bottle cage:

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    Matching fork and wheel graphics from Slik to replace the lime ones:

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    Old to...Less Old

    My old Heckler 3X9
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    Let the build begin...
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2rider1964 View Post
    Let the build begin...
    I would leave the packing foam on. You'll be making a statement.
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    ^^mystery frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    ^^mystery frame.
    2018 Intense Tracer, all the parts should be trickling in over the next 10-14 days. This will be replacing my Pivot Mach 6 I broke last year at Downieville. Need a 6" bike for trips to D-Ville and Whistler this year.
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    The rolling artwork has arrived.
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    phase one of a project which includes a new dropper post and a new wheelset:

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    GX Eagle Derailleur, MRP Bash Guard, Renthal Fat Bar 40mm risers

    Twisted derailleur from stick on 5th ride...verified hangar aligned. New derailleur just installed and all is better.
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    Renthal FatBar w/40mm rise
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    try new handlebar XLC on my Anthem but I don 't like stem
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    If you don't mind, your Release looks like a large...how tall are you ?? I am considering a custom carbon release. Thnx!
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    Upgrades

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    Just pull the trigger on a 1UP bike rack!! Pics when it arrives, but I'm stoked.. my Sportsman rack is heavy, its leaving marks on my frame that are pain to clean, and its just old, and beat up.

    Can't wait!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Just pull the trigger on a 1UP bike rack!! Pics when it arrives, but I'm stoked.. my Sportsman rack is heavy, its leaving marks on my frame that are pain to clean, and its just old, and beat up.

    Can't wait!!

    Sweet. Have had mine for about 9 months now. Love it! soooo easy to use. Stays on the car the whole time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sXeXBMXer View Post
    Sweet. Have had mine for about 9 months now. Love it! soooo easy to use. Stays on the car the whole time...
    Yeah, I've been wanting one for a long time. They said mid next week it should be here.

    That's my plan too, keep it on 90%of the time. I also bought the lock for it.
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    Found some lightly used 5.10 Freeriders on Facebook and picked up a set of these. Gonna try flats and see how many stitches I can get.


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    so i got one of these to help recover my range of motion from last september's dislocated shoulder. little did i know they're also quite useful for cycling related exercises as well:

    https://www.bicycling.com/training/h...cycling-muscle

    anything i purchase which is related to increase my ability to ride more comfortably while i recover from this ugly little injury is bike related, in my mind:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalkerfiveo View Post
    Found some lightly used 5.10 Freeriders on Facebook and picked up a set of these. Gonna try flats and see how many stitches I can get.


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    Just think of badges of honor - or something like that....

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    one pair of gloves to match all three of my bikes
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    Bar, stem, grips, and saddle. Oh my..

    (I'm a Chromag fan boy, don't tell anyone. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkMass View Post
    Bar, stem, grips, and saddle. Oh my..

    (I'm a Chromag fan boy, don't tell anyone. )
    I too have the grip/saddle/handlebar Chromag combo. Not the stem yet though. They just make awesome stuff.

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    Waited 2 1/2 weeks for the first one, received it without the magnet so I had to send it back. Got this one in a few days. I'm very happy with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by askibum02 View Post
    Waited 2 1/2 weeks for the first one, received it without the magnet so I had to send it back. Got this one in a few days. I'm very happy with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHolc View Post
    Oooh! Fancy and sexy! Me likey, how much?
    $30
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    Quote Originally Posted by askibum02 View Post
    Bummer red is sold out. You might have started a revolution here
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    First time Iíve had an entirely new bike since Ď95


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    Some new XT M8020 4 piston calipers for the 5010v2 replacing the XTR Trail M9020 calipers.

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    Nice pliers! My LBS had some the other day so I picked up two. A red one for me and a black/green one for the wife.

    Quote Originally Posted by askibum02 View Post
    Waited 2 1/2 weeks for the first one, received it without the magnet so I had to send it back. Got this one in a few days. I'm very happy with it!
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    The Eagle has landed! This thing is awesome!

    Heading out later for a much needed ride!
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    Nice rack!

    Congrats, did you get permission from the wifey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Nice rack!

    Congrats, did you get permission from the wifey?
    Well... Thank you!! stop staring at it though

    Nah, no wifey to ask permission, I just blow money as I go.

    My old rack was in its final days anyways, sold it for $60.00 which paid for the lock/shipping
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    Congrats! Sometimes, new is nice! Especially when you get a deal! I'm assuming you got a deal! :-)

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    New M8020 calipers. Attached to XTR Trail M9020 levers.

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    Saris Superclamp EX-2, amazing rack!

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    Came today. 7idp M2 helmet....boy this thing fits great and is comfy.

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    new handlebar carbon Massi on my Emd9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toogy View Post
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    Nice rack!

    Thatís twice in a day Iíve complimented on such an amazing rack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by askibum02 View Post
    Yeah, that's really cool and all, and I want one for my pack for sure! But for now, I had to go see if my idea would work, and it did!

    $2 pair of coaxial cable crimpers from an estate sale + bench and angle grinder = chain link pliers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Yeah, that's really cool and all, and I want one for my pack for sure! But for now, I had to go see if my idea would work, and it did!

    $2 pair of coaxial cable crimpers from an estate sale + bench and angle grinder = chain link pliers!

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    https://www.amazon.com/Moosetreks-Le.../dp/B074QM8NK2

    cheaper than the Wolftooth, although not as cool or small. I haven't had a chance to try them out yet but they seem quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Yeah, that's really cool and all, and I want one for my pack for sure! But for now, I had to go see if my idea would work, and it did!

    $2 pair of coaxial cable crimpers from an estate sale + bench and angle grinder = chain link pliers!

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    Deal of the day! I pulled the trigger on the wolftooth because I have a Sedona trip coming up in a couple of weeks.. Can't wait!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mestapho View Post
    https://www.amazon.com/Moosetreks-Le.../dp/B074QM8NK2

    cheaper than the Wolftooth, although not as cool or small. I haven't had a chance to try them out yet but they seem quality
    Ooh, another cool one! I don't know, those Moosetreks def aren't as cool as the Woolftooth ones, but their tire lever features look a lot better.

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    Deal of the day! I pulled the trigger on the wolftooth because I have a Sedona trip coming up in a couple of weeks.. Can't wait!!
    Cool! It's always fun buying stuff for a trip, and then you have it for good! You might need a cool Park CT-6.3 to go along with those!
    Cool heads prevail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Cool! It's always fun buying stuff for a trip, and then you have it for good! You might need a cool Park CT-6.3 to go along with those!
    Thanks, don't have the PT but have on with my multi-tool.
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    My daughter's new ride arrived today.
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    Pretty stoked about this i9 wheelset I picked up on Pinkbike.


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    Some goodies from Jensons..

    Podium Chill..lost one during a ride recently.

    Lezyne Mini Pump to attach to my Heckler.

    Bacon for just in case.
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    rockshox reverb stealth with 1 x remote 30.9

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    hope pro 4 front and rear disc hubs hand-laced to WTB frequency i29 TCS 32 hole rims with DT swiss competition 2.0/1.8 274mm black spokes.

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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Nice! ^
    getting the pig ready for downieville and perhaps more...

    i'll run the stock recon through a few maintenance cycles before i think about upgrading it.

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    ^^Those i29s will support a 2.8" tire if you have clearance. I have those same blue hubs laced to i29 Flows with 2.8s on the 26'er. Those tires look pretty beefy as is, tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    ^^Those i29s will support a 2.8" tire if you have clearance. I have those same blue hubs laced to i29 Flows with 2.8s on the 26'er. Those tires look pretty beefy as is, tho.
    i haven't been able to find any info on max rear tire clearance on these hawk hill frames.

    however, marin builds a 27+ version of this bike called the b-17.

    i'm gonna guess my max rear clearance is a 2.5.

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    Added Gopro and Garmin

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    Road content incoming. Still a bike though, and 10% of the purchase went to the local MTB club:

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    Dang it, now I'm running a coolness deficit for sure.

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    Looks like you have a entire garage dedicated to montain bikes. Its a nice looking road bike, but it looks out of place in that picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD Dakar View Post
    Looks like you have a entire garage dedicated to montain bikes. Its a nice looking road bike, but it looks out of place in that picture.
    I have to ride *something* when the trails are wet.

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    Dang it, now I'm running a coolness deficit for sure.

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    Stan's Arch Mk3s to I9 Torch hub with Sapim spokes. Built up by Colorado Cyclist. Can't say enough about their service and speed up to this point.

    I have already stealth-ed the wheels. Waiting for my new cassette, chain, Maxxis Aggressor, and RT-99 rotors to finish it up and hopefully hit the trails tomorrow.
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    Giving the 456 a little face lift and maintenance. Rebuilt the Revelation and spaced it down to 130 (racing some xc this year), currently stripping the paint for a new powder coat finish (didn't like the red), and got some Blunt 35's laced up to BHS hubs! Just need some fresh rubber and new cables and she'll be ready to go.

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    Showed up one day early. With sunset at 7pm today, will be able to try this out after work.

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    Raceface Aeffect dropper and remote, itíll be here next week two of these will be here on Thursday
    Enjoy the ride...

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    Enduro season is upon us, new knee pads arrived today.



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    Advertising photos....
    A bad day of cycling is better than a good day at work

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    Enjoy the ride...

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    Sweet!
    A bad day of cycling is better than a good day at work

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    Got these today for me and my GF!





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    ^^^ Those RaceFace Chester's are a great value and light! They're on my wife's bike and she likes them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleared2land View Post
    ^^^ Those RaceFace Chester's are a great value and light! They're on my wife's bike and she likes them.
    Agreed. My son and I have them our bikes. They are perhaps a touch small for my 13 2E feet, but overall I'm happy with them.
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    Yeah, I've got a pair of Chesters on both the Slash and Fuel EX and really like them so far! Bought some replacement pins from Ebay since since no one in Vancouver seemed to stock them.
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    Not the bike, bought everything to build (now done) a 29+ wheel set for my fat bike. BHS front, Salsa rear, mulefut 50s and some fancy orange reflective tape for the rim strips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAKC Ind View Post
    Not the bike, bought everything to build (now done) a 29+ wheel set for my fat bike. BHS front, Salsa rear, mulefut 50s and some fancy orange reflective tape for the rim strips.

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    forget the most important thing with a new wheelset, buy air for the tyres
    always mad and usually drunk......

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    Lmao, I knew I was forgetting something. Hopefully its available on Amazon Prime

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    Giving the Bell 4Forty a try.
    Love the copper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toogy View Post
    Got these today for me and my GF!





    Iíve got a pair of Chesters on my fatbike, great pedals for the money
    Enjoy the ride...

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    Got mine today!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toogy View Post
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    Gee, I wonder what caused all those little holes in the tops of the boxes.

    I've got a red pair and a blue pair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Gee, I wonder what caused all those little holes in the tops of the boxes.
    The same thing that put little (& not so little) holes in your shins.
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    Just got these in! Will be a nice match for my XT levers and calipers I upgraded to a few weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by askibum02 View Post
    Agreed. My son and I have them our bikes. They are perhaps a touch small for my 13 2E feet, but overall I'm happy with them.
    I wear a size 12 and bought the Kona Wah Wah 2 for this very reason. The platform is HUGE. Great for us Sasquatch riders.
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    Bought 2 of these for the Slash and Fuel EX from OneUp Components. The chain guide part probably wasn't necessary, but the bash guard definitely is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalkerfiveo View Post
    I wear a size 12 and bought the Kona Wah Wah 2 for this very reason. The platform is HUGE. Great for us Sasquatch riders.
    I saw those after I bought the Chesters. I donít know that my wife would let me buy ANOTHER set of pedals though.


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    Absolute black chainring:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toogy View Post
    Just got these in! Will be a nice match for my XT levers and calipers I upgraded to a few weeks ago.

    Nice! I'm thinking about picking some of those up, i have the RT56s right now.

    My most recent toy is this Trek Lush SL for my wife.

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    We got it used, but it's 100% stock so we still need to dial a few things in. The uncut steerer looks ridiculous

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    Picked this up today. Got in early so scrambling to get all the parts ready to go. Should have it built next week.

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