New guy here

#21
Check out the OOS or join it on strava where we post rides
Excuse my ignorance, what is OOS?

So what you riding?
I picked up a Specialized Pitch Expert about a year ago, got bit by the bug and wound up changing some things out... 1x11 conversion, dropper post, better pedals, and planning on an air fork soon.

I know it's a "entry level" bike and some will say dumping all this money into it is a waste but for me, I always loved upgrading/modifying/making things my own. Plus I did all the work myself so helped learn more about bike maintenance.
 
#22
Excuse my ignorance, what is OOS?


I picked up a Specialized Pitch Expert about a year ago, got bit by the bug and wound up changing some things out... 1x11 conversion, dropper post, better pedals, and planning on an air fork soon.

I know it's a "entry level" bike and some will say dumping all this money into it is a waste but for me, I always loved upgrading/modifying/making things my own. Plus I did all the work myself so helped learn more about bike maintenance.

Out of shape we are a low pressure high shit talking group feel free to join us I'll be at the tourne next week on Tuesday or Thursday after work 5ish
 

qclabrat

Well-Known Member
#24
Excuse my ignorance, what is OOS?


I picked up a Specialized Pitch Expert about a year ago, got bit by the bug and wound up changing some things out... 1x11 conversion, dropper post, better pedals, and planning on an air fork soon.

I know it's a "entry level" bike and some will say dumping all this money into it is a waste but for me, I always loved upgrading/modifying/making things my own. Plus I did all the work myself so helped learn more about bike maintenance.
Nice hardtail, great choice to the start the sport. You'll know when you need more travel. It's a never ending upgrade cycle. Enjoy the ride and again welcome