When they are super small they are a really awkward, but not impossible. I think about 5 or 6cm long is the absolute smallest I can make, and it pains me.
They look good, I’d take a couple of white on black or if you can do flouro yellow to match my Scott logos that’d be filth!
I could do fluo yellow backing, but the thicker fluo material won’t be any goos for yellow text.
194mm Fox float rp2 - is this sooo outdated by now that it is not worth £25? I have been offered one but not sure if I should buy something better.
My youngest has 'drift don't lift' on his bike.. I'm interested in the counterpoint.
More info here:
I've had two Capras now. The 2016 Pro Race and the 2018 Pro Race. Reckon I'll just hang on to this one and patch n upgrade etc until the frame dies.
YT used to be unescapable value and both my bikes were delivered in a timely fashion but reckon I'll move on. Good to see they have dropped E Thirteen stuff tho.
The base model Capra comes with a Fox Performance Elite fork... Which is more expensive than the Zeb that comes on the GOAT edition 🥴.
Just for reference the the Fox Float (grip damper) costs more than the Zeb Ultimate, and it doesn't even have Kashima. Peaslake must be teaming with 38s by now.
Quite looking forward to finding some time to ride this. I only meant to buy my mates old frame, but somehow ended up with essentially the whole bike instead
On an unrelated note.. has anyone been to Glentress since travel restrictions were lifted? Thinking of popping over with youngest on Saturday but concerned it might be a little busy.
I went midweek when it was pissing down...which is of absolutely no use to ya.
There's a local race there this Saturday which might interfere with some of the trails your planning to do.
That escalated quickly.
I entirely blame the bike industry and their idea of what a standard should be
Thanks.. Looks like the red and black routes are AWOL.
Race ready for next weekend.
Impressive colour matching to the hoses and buckets.
Nice. Been ragging mine round it's natural habitat this week, plenty of gates, stiles and ruts to thread it through.
Oooh, looks nice
Mate, jockey wheels and valve caps as well...
Sorry I didnt realise who you were until you were leaving yesterday @MTB-Idle . Good riding with you guys! Mad to have more hardtails than full sus in the group
Happy to have added to the HT numbers. Good riding with a good bunch and no one was hit by a falling branch and only the one over the bars.
Good to meet you yesterday too, staying with Cake for the weekend, found out you know each other fairly well too.
You’ve had some serious looking bikes, making me v jealous
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