Great build on the Chiner!!!
I have been thinking I would like one of these for a while now. Could be a great little project.
Very keen to see the roadie though. I almost pulled the trigger on one of these frames a while ago and got scaremongered
by a few locals which lead to no action. I...
I would say my next frame will be for 650b.
Either an Intense or Santa Cruz. The rumored 650b Blur LTc is looking to be awesome and the new offerings from intense (kudos to Steiber and Co for getting on with the job of getting these frames to market so early) are looking sensational.
Very nice. Always loved the concept behind the covert. A carbon one really ups the ante from one of the smaller companies out there.
Bravo transition. This one may see me back in the fold in the future.
It's a shame you guys weren't doing ibis when i was looking.
I think its the way i would have gone if i could of gotten a local test ride.
That said i do love my Blur, it's just something about the HD that keeps me second guessing myself.
Have the Rev WC on my Blur and they have been absolutely superb. Great forks.
No issues with the Carbon steerer or crown.
That said, I would say that all forks would benefit from a proper service before use as the amounts of fluid can vary.
As someone who has recently gone through what you are going through...
Steve, makes a very good point in figuring out what your real needs are.
As far as the issue of the dollar figure around piece of mind and buying locally. I spent around the $8K mark in building what was essentially my...
Loving the last vid Wintortree.
Shows the Blur LTc in a great light. Love mine to death. Can't say i can ride like old mate in the vid though... Has me thinking about throwing flats on and a Fox 36 upfront though.
I work there and have been thinking the same thing. I think if we have a machine like that it would most likely be at Ourimbah where they do most of the Exercise Science studys.
I've not seen one anywhere else on campus and I have had a lot to do with health sciences over the last few years.
There used to be a lot of value in this thread and some of it now is verging on Broscience. The first rule of learning anything is to be skeptical. There is not one approach that solves every problem.
A bit of tolerance and respect goes a long way and some of our younger members would...
Plank, Side plank, T- push up, Russian twists.
Do a static and a twist at least once a week. More if you want to increase strength specifically as you become more accustomed to the movements and strength/ stamina increases.