Had two sets, one with nipple issues until I got rebuilt and the other set got some weird delamination in the rear carbon. Kept using the second set until I plowed the front rim into a square edged rock at 40kmh and really wrecked it, but that was definitely my fault so I'll give that set a...
Miss my Czar. Been wondering if the DW Link on the new Pivot Mach 4 SL it's similar in feel. Would love the more progressive geometry with the same ride.
Good luck with the sale, if it was a large I'd almost buy it just to have another one[emoji28]
Shook down the new build. Thinking I need to move everything forward. So going a zero offset post and longer with the stem.
Otherwise, feels pretty damn smooth for a full rigid bike. But my comparison is a fairly stiff 100/100mm xc bike so take that as you will.
Found a friend hanging out at a...
I've got the flat bit down pat, kinda why I think geared works better here as it's either a ripping tailwind or a brutal headwind
And I mean it, I've got a regular 50km MTB loop that has abour 50m of elevation total lol
New toy has shown up. Mocked up to see if a Niner rigid fork I bought a few years ago will work (short steerer) and all looks good. Going to run geared for now but I'll look into taking advantage of the siding dropouts and see if trying singlespeed will turn me into a craft beer sipping...
Hard to tell from picture I guess
Price difference of a couple of hundred grand. So if you don't need the capabilities of the Steiger, you can save some coin. Plus the tractor is more versatile for things like spreading or spraying
Correct! Most mid range stuff will be like that if it's got a steering axle. Once you go articulated then tracks front and rear is no problems.
But the idea is obviously less compaction with more surface area. Fairly popular around here with the 3m control traffic guys
I thought the same re dinner plate cassettes. But every time I've got up I've found myself using it every now and again to keep the watts from going too high on bigger days. Going up in chainring size increases drivetrain efficiency too so as you go up in the rear, you can go a bigger chainring...