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    8 fluid oz . extremely flammable as stated. its the biggest bottle of lube I have ever purchased!
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    Moving from 2x9 to 1x10. Bought all SLX, here's my 11-36 and the Shadow+ deraileur. Waiting for my MRP G2 chain guide before I put the chain on and give it a go, I'm excited though!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerw View Post
    8 fluid oz . extremely flammable as stated. its the biggest bottle of lube I have ever purchased!
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    You're supposed to use that stuff on your chain, not your left hand.

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    retired my park tools prs-6 repair stand and upgraded to a PCS-10.
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    Craigslist Did Me Well yesterday...



    Redline Monocog
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    Wellgo pedals

    Also Bought A Curt hitch and Giro Junction shoes

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    Ashima Airotor rotors front and rear and blue Ti bolts as well from fleabay. Not too shabby.


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    1999 Klein Adroit Race

    I'm planning on getting a Trigon rigid carbon fork, and either green or red industry nine wheels (27.5" front, 26" rear).

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    Damn dude, that's nice! I had one of those Trigon forks. They ride really nice for a rigid fork.

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    I bought my new bike and really my first decent mountain bike last month only to have someone jack it out of my garage about 10 days after. I just purchased a replacement yesterday and I am loving it so farPost a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]-temp.jpg

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    nice ride. nice colorway!

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    So, whats the skinny on these Racing Ralph tires? They seem to be the default tire choice for many riders.

    Its been a good decade since I was riding regularly.

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    I ordered the pedals a couple weeks ago with an ETA of early July. Much to my surprise Jenson sent me a tracking number on Tuesday and they showed up yesterday afternoon. I had them in my hands within 36 hours of the email!

    It was my first order with JensonUSA but definitely won't be my last. Two thumbs up for awesome shipping and a great price.

    I picked the red for the bling and am glad I did. I picked up my 2012 Trek Superfly 100 Al Elite at a big discount around Christmas and haven't got around to riding it much between a very full schedule at school and bad weather. I look forward to riding a bunch this summer and hopefully dropping a couple pounds in the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klein-adroit View Post
    So, whats the skinny on these Racing Ralph tires? They seem to be the default tire choice for many riders.

    Its been a good decade since I was riding regularly.
    I am not sure, I found they sucked, I took mine off my bike and replaced them with some maxxis cross mark, now those are an awesome tire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fahza29er View Post
    I am not sure, I found they sucked, I took mine off my bike and replaced them with some maxxis cross mark, now those are an awesome tire.
    See I was a 180 from you - I tried crossmarks, and thought they were the worst thing I've ever put on a bike. I run Ralphs or WTB Nanos on my bikes now.

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    Yesterday I picked up this Yeti SB95 carbon race.
    A way nicer bike than I deserve... but I'm diggin it


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    ^ Yeah, you don't deserve that bike. I'll be right over to pick it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fondoo View Post
    retired my park tools prs-6 repair stand and upgraded to a PCS-10.
    How does the tool tray attach to the PCS-10? Is it easily removable, or can you fold the stand with it on? I have the same stand and I'm thinking of adding the tray to mine, but I fold it up for storage and wonder if the tray will interfere with that.
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    Ordered some new shift cables, a set of grips, and a bit of bling for my daughter's bike:

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    I put a set of these grips on my daughter's bike, and I liked them so much I ordered a set for myself. I had "Don't Panic" etched on the grip clamps in large, friendly letters. I keep my towel in my Camelbak. :

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    Just received this Santa Cruz Heckler frame for my first dual suspension bike. An '05, it looks as though it was riden around the previous owners block once and put back in the box!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjaguar View Post
    Ordered some new shift cables, a set of grips, and a bit of bling for my daughter's bike:

    I put a set of these grips on my daughter's bike, and I liked them so much I ordered a set for myself. I had "Don't Panic" etched on the grip clamps in large, friendly letters. I keep my towel in my Camelbak. :
    42, bro.

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    Just put the bars on



    The last two Are mtb related but I just bought the.
    '13 Trek Mamba/shimano-m780/pro taper carbon 720 AM bars/
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    First modern road bike, my trails have been wet as hell lately

    2013 Motobecane Super Strada

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    ^ Stock pics get neg rep. Anyone can post stock pics. You really should have known!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    ^ Stock pics get neg rep. Anyone can post stock pics. You really should have known!
    Lol my bad, I didn't get it yet. It'll come on Wednesday and I'll take some pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geek View Post
    Yesterday I picked up this Yeti SB95 carbon race.
    A way nicer bike than I deserve... but I'm diggin it

    Very nice. This might be my next purchase.

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    2013 El Mariachi Ti frame, SLX 2x10 build group. Add the Raceface cockpit, Recon Gold fork, American Classic wheels from my Kona and add a pair of Ardent 2.4s. What do you get? 22 miles of smiles this morning!

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    i really love my new:

    mavic crossmax slr super light and stiff at 1440g
    thompson masterpiece seatpost
    ergon sm3-s saddle

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    Stoked for this to show up Thursday, Kuat Vagabond...perfect combination of gear hauling and bike transport.


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    Wife just sent me this pic of what she picked up for me....

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    Just circles turning circles....

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    I'm really loving these.

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    New Toy but ex demo

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjaguar View Post

    I put a set of these grips on my daughter's bike, and I liked them so much I ordered a set for myself. I had "Don't Panic" etched on the grip clamps in large, friendly letters. I keep my towel in my Camelbak. :
    Did you etch "42" on the seatpost?

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    OK, my bike is $100-ing me to death.........
    MRP G2 Guide, SLX 11-36 Cassette, SLX 10speed shifters, SLX Shadow+ derailuer, Odi Ruffian Grips, would be what I put on in the last week........... :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Quint View Post
    42, bro.
    Quote Originally Posted by dnlwthrn View Post
    Did you etch "42" on the seatpost?
    You two are real hoopy froods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cif View Post
    The name says it all

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    Indeed it is. I replaced mine with Ti hardware and dropped it to 179g. Good stuff.

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    Indeed it is. I replaced mine with Ti hardware and dropped it to 179g. Good stuff.
    I've got a FSA SL-K carbon seatpost on my cyclocross bike weighing about 6 grams less then thia one, but the Thomson feels so much more decent and reliable. Superb quality

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    Not really a new item but I did purchase a full rebuild and custom tune from Suspension Experts. Might as well be a new shock. Just got it back today. Good sh!t..


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    T.I.T.S. rides will never be the same....

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    The only thing you have to figure out is don't fall down. To keep riding the bike.

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    ^ That. Is. Awesome!!!

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    Didn't take any pics since I didn't buy anything fancy

    Picked up a sette Work stand so I don't have to work on an upside down bike or wedge a tire between the couch and ottoman anymore. Seems to work really well for the money. Also upgraded the drivetrain on my old ass 03 gary fisher sugar 293 which other than the chain I think was all original including the cables lol. Went with a sram this time, x7 on the rear, x0 gripshifts(wanted to try them plus cheaper), new cables and housings, sram pg970 cassette, and a cheap KMC chain. Work stand paid for itself already.

    I also ordered a Vader saddle off ebay for $10 shipped, how do they make any money on these, but haven't received it yet.

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    On-One Fleegle Pro for the Niner. Can't wait to try it
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    I've had a few bits for the new build in the last week or so:

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    I bought 2 Conti MKII Protection tire.
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    Maybe overkill for my trail used xc bike but who cares? Very good tires. Lot of traction no flats feels premium.

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