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  1. jaseh

    New ride time, BH Ultimate.

    The highball cracked around the bb insert. Got it repaired once and it failed again so sold it real cheap. I bought it used so no warranty, I'll never buy another used carbon bike. Thanks misplaced, red decals are on the list, just run out of credit with the missus atm. I thought the highball...
  2. jaseh

    New ride time, BH Ultimate.

    My latest bike build which came about after my highball frame decided to break. BH Ultimate frame Fox factory ctd forks XT drivetrain (E13 ex 42t cog and one up 16t to go on when single ring arrives) XTR cranks with stages power meter (WTC 34T front ring coming) Wheels, X0 hubs DT Swiss...
  3. jaseh

    The new AMB

    I found the print was too small making it difficult to read, especially the sidebars to the graphs in the fitness section and the new stuff section. I haven't been subscribed for a few years now and only buy it if I see something that I'm interested in. I only bought this issue because of the...
  4. jaseh

    Is there a Saturday morning road ride in Wollongong???

    Thanks mate, will head up to bald hill sometime in the morning. Will be fun if this wind sticks around.
  5. jaseh

    Is there a Saturday morning road ride in Wollongong???

    Hey all, I'm heading to Wollongong for the weekend and was looking for a road ride to join on Saturday morning. I have checked bunchridefinder.com.au and it only has rides down south of the city. I'll be staying up at Fairy Meadow so looking for something that will be easy to get to by bike from...
  6. jaseh

    New car?

    Look around for an ex-demo car. I picked up a Nissan Tiida Ti for my missus with 25km on it for $19990. I'm not a fan of how it looks but the missus loves it and it drives well. I took a Corrolla for a test drive and really wasn't impressed with the amount of road noise and the ride was...
  7. jaseh

    Bump'n'Grind

    i'll be using my bryton rider 30 but most of the guys have Garmin Etrex 20's which are pretty cheap for a gps. Pretty much anything that can navigate will do but if you can load topo maps on it it will be better. In saying that it is always a good idea to carry paper topo's as well, I find them...
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    Bump'n'Grind

    You will be a dribbling mess by the end of it.
  9. jaseh

    Bump'n'Grind

    The long option will be pretty big. There will be 3-4 options for those that may not have the time or energy to knock out 150 odd km's. A couple of images of the area to entice you,
  10. jaseh

    Paterson 24HR

    Thanks Pi11wizard and HMBA for another great event.
  11. jaseh

    Sub 2kg 26" 100mm Frames...

    BMC Four Stroke 01 has a claimed weight of 2kg's for the frame with a fox shock, lighter with the DT 180. Complete bikes weigh from 9-9.7kg (claimed) depending on spec. I have an FS02 and the suspension works very well...
  12. jaseh

    What was your first mountain bike

    My first was an early nineties Apollo Kosciusko in light grey. I remember my Dad driving me down to Mona Vale to buy it second hand. It was full rigid with indexed thumb shifters and canti brakes. Then I bought a 98 Specialized FSR Extreme with 8sp XT, RS coupe deluxe rear shock and RS Judy...
  13. jaseh

    Mitsubishi Delica

    Well done! You will love the versatility of it. CV boot is nothing major, you can get ones that you can put on and glue together now so they are pretty easy to fit.
  14. jaseh

    Mitsubishi Delica

    Big call! I'm onto my fourth v6 Mitsubishi and have never had a failure. My challenger had 300000km on it and used stuff all oil. It got serviced every 10000km through its life. A mate here at work has a triton v6 with just on 400000km on it. The Nissan elgrand is not an offroader like a delica...
  15. jaseh

    Patterson 24hr team member wanted!!!

    Put a post on the glenrock trail alliance website and the singleton MTB's facebook page. You're sure to get someone that wants to do it. https://www.facebook.com/groups/228111753872066/
  16. jaseh

    Maison Dieu Track

    It's getting rebuilt. Apparently we are going to be able to use the earthmoving equipment to build some better trail features plus, the track area is supposed to be fenced off so the cattle don't destroy it. If we have to cross a fence line there are going to be structures built to cross the...
  17. jaseh

    Mitsubishi Delica

    From memory there are not too many spots to put the LPG tank if you keep the fuel tank as well. Most that I saw went with the donut style that mounted where he spare wheel goes, that left you with the spare in the car or forking out for a rear mount spare carrier and only about 200km of...
  18. jaseh

    Anyone else had issues with Jamis build quality? Help please.

    Pretty sure you get a 5 year warranty from the purchase date on jamis. Contact the shop you bought it from and let them deal with adventure brands as I'm pretty sure that is what adventure brands will ask you to do.
  19. jaseh

    Mitsubishi Delica

    I had a 98 series 2 V6 Chamonix. Great van, nothing like it out there. Perfect car for a family or a cyclist. The interior of the Chamonix is not everyones cup of tea butyou can get some nice seat covers and floor mats to cover it. I had no issues at all with mine except it was a bit thirsty...
  20. jaseh

    Pato

    At your pace flogger it would've been hero dirt.
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