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    Weblazer! For Wooded Mountain Trails

    Hello!
    I thought the All Mountain Forum would be interested in a product that has just completed the development cycle. It is called Weblazer. You can find information about it at www.deepeastsupply.com.

    In short Weblazer has been carefully designed to effortlessly clear spiders and webs from mountain trails as you ride!

    Check it out! I think you will find of interest. www.deepeastsupply.com

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    I solve that problem by riding with someone faster than me.

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    if I rode early morning veggie tunnels I might like this, but not for me, I am always evening riding
    "Put your seatbelt back on or get out and sit in the middle of that circle of death." - Johnny Scoot

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    Pretty neat idea. However, with my luck, I would have to install tennis balls on the ends of the rods, because sure as sh#%, one would flex down for some reason, and impale the eyeball of some oncoming rider.
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    BOOM goes the dynamite!
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    Ordinarily I'd just flag this as spam as it's just another bike product looking for free publicity...Seth already did a review - it went about as well as I expected, which wasn't good.

    My personal thought - I'd break it in about 2 minutes max riding blue trails assuming it didn't poke me in the eye first. Maybe good for jousting or curb feelers?
    :nono: :thumbsup:

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    Seth's Bike Hacks just did a review on this on his berm peak express channel if you want to see how it works.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjU_C85uBx8

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    This would probably work best out West, where there is nothing above you on most trails....and no spiderwebs either. Here in the SE, you'd be curb feeling trees in very short time.

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