around 15kgs with ally rims and 2.4 wide maxxis tyres and tubeless
pretty much spot on with bikes of this travel etc
i acttually need to weigh this one , i know the old bike 160 front and rear travel with a big ass 2.8 rear 2.5 front and ally rims plus a spare tube and co2 etc was 15.5kgs...
now if they where smart and they are not ( strava ) just look at the Bluetooth shit
they would do it all for $1 per month as that would probably get close on 90% plus users to pay up making them even more money...
and being such a small amount most of us would forget about it
the rims where supplied by zerode, but i was no really that worried as no name brand and te bike was actually an ex demo
there is no difference in function at all, just where the cables are routed, some nice brake noodles allow you to have a nice smooth curve from the ds1 shifter, they both...
So most of you will not know i have a Zerode Taniwah gbox bike
its actually my 2nd ( after my 1st 1 got stolen just over a year ago :( )
Zerode Taniwah Trail 27.5
with a 160 fork :p
and 9 speed box! i dont need 12 gears!
came with a nice fox air shock and cane...
I currently Drive a Shuttle bus for a local mtb club on the weekends ( not currently due to covid 19 ) in this down time I have been asked to get a log book of sorts happening to help with costings etc
we are going to get a nice android tablet to run some POS software ( probably square )
Never had issues..
Had a brand from rays outdoors 2 years. 1 bladder.
Now have ogio with 3 litres
2 years no worries bar the bite valve breaking.
I do keep mine on the fridge though after every ride. every month or so il give it a wash and dry. then refill and back in fridge.
Ohh mine got a...
any have any clues???
since strava killed ANT + and blue tooth devices as they cant code correctly ( no i cant )
looking for an app on android phone that can do HR and cadence if possible,
then upload to strava
i cant be assed with a bike computer yet,....