Do you write/speak with an echo now? Shouldn't it be tired ired red ed dddd ? LOL sorry, couldn't resist! Oh wait, is it e-bike induced? LOL sorry again!He brought up a good point he wanted to ride after the race Saturday on Sunday but felt too tired ired now he has no excuse.
Lol maybe i shouldnt be Talk posting, I was driving and didn't read what I posted. Yes I was breaking the law again.Do you write/speak with an echo now? Shouldn't it be tired ired red ed dddd ? LOL sorry, couldn't resist! Oh wait, is it e-bike induced? LOL sorry again!
I hear what you're saying but here's my take... on a mountain bike, which is what we're talking about on this forum, the handle bar is just a single strip of fancy tubing. It is not an assembly comprised of multiple parts put together. There can be examples to counter just about any argument but that usually deviates from what the focus is. Even in the picture example you had to find a motorcycle with a 2-piece handle bar design where there are plenty of motorcycles with a single handle bar design... and you had to step out of the mountain bike world to prove your point. As for the suspension fork. I go back again to it being an assembly of parts rather than calling out the individual parts to make the whole. Yes, a single fork may have multiple parts such as the legs but how can we let the number of legs justify the pluralization of the single fork assembly? It is a single suspension fork with multiple legs and many other parts. A single typical mountain bike has 2 wheels, two pedals, and multiple gears and we still say it is a single bike by not letting the parts that make up the bike influence the pluralization of it.
Didn't make it - the distribution of weight on the bike made it impossible to get low enough to keep pedaling and keep the back wheel planted while not having the front wheel come up.
made it a bit farther than the fatbike when i was in good shape -
there was this tho.
I even dabbed a couple times on the Zee Climb.
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Going relatively hard, took me an hour to get all the way around RV. It is usually 2+.
I had no idea that even existed and it's been out for a year. You can remove the battery/motor package and save 6.4lbs but it still weighs 6-7lbs more than a non-e Supercal.Anybody try one of these yet? Sub-35 lbs and more stealth than most ebikes:
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I cant say I get this one as someone who has owned many super light XC bikes....I mean the point of them is to deal with the meh downhill capabilities in order to go uphill as fast as possible....They dont handle all that well to begin with so i certainly wouldnt want to make one heavier...With a motor, give me my pivot firebird, 170mm of travel and it can still go fast uphill.I had no idea that even existed and it's been out for a year. You can remove the battery/motor package and save 6.4lbs but it still weighs 6-7lbs more than a non-e Supercal.