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  2. I don't know how much time I have left to travel and ride, so I have to get off my ass and just do it. This is a definitely *must do*.
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  4. Been to both and each has something unique to offer. AF will have the big mountain experience with a lot of variety to choose from. Weather will obviously be better. Red river and Taos are (were) cool towns to hang out in. Spider is limited to 300ft but well thought out, and a good place to get lots of runs in to practice and improve your skillset. Short drive home is nice too. Can also say Sunrise in AZ is no joke. I ate my words and fair share of dirt too.
  5. Damn man…that looks brutal. The most dangerous trail system in Texas strikes again! Heal up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Heading to Spider with my oldest son hoping for a Wookie sighting. Let’s shred!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I'll be ready to escape the oppressive heat / humidity in early Jul. Would definitely be interested in planning a 4-5 day getaway to CO with some locals.
  8. Hoss is definitely a bad ass. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I'm not sure where those per day numbers come from - no one rides that far in a day. Hoss had a strong first day - 111 miles to Whitefish. Looks like a group of em made it that far.
  10. Holy shit. Route distance per day 222.7 mi Edit: The more I read about what he's doing the more impressive it is. Amazing stuff. You have to be a true badass to do what he's doing.
  11. Our very own Hoss started out at noon today, heading southbound from Emporia, MT to Antelope Wells, NM. You can follow him on Trackleaders here: Hoss_Kleinschmidt - Tour Divide 2021 individual history by trackleaders.com Blog posts when he gets the opportunity: HossBoss | Team IPA Racing Enjoy following along, folks!
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  13. It also has an adapter for post mount: I am not using it currently, it is a backup for my singlespeed in case I ever want to add gears. If you can use it until the PNW gets here, let me know.
  14. BBQ after the ride is probably better too!
  15. The left side has the wrong caliper mount for me, but I'm now positive of what I need so I'll go ahead and order from PMW, thanks though! It was actually under Hanger/Inserts-->Adjustable Dropouts. I had been looking under Dropouts-->Adjustable.
  16. Super easy bailout options, too, if one does overheat or just decide it's time for a beer.
  17. Yuuuup. I rode it W-E. I got to the top of the climb before Truth or Dare and looked up and didn't even bother trying. That humidity + heat really takes it out of you.
  18. I feel like there is a lot going on with this bike. Prostate massage saddle, brake levers but no brakes, big Fred saddle bag. Only thing missing is the behind the saddle triathlete bottle holders. It's also a Cinelli and not a Cervelo.
  19. they are difficult to find on PMW the site because they make sliders, dropouts, and inserts. I've owned two frames with inserts like that- Vassago and Soma. (I think US-made Vassago frames like the Verhauen used genuine PMW sliders/inserts, but the Jabberwocky was a bit cheaper by using generic sliders and inserts.) I think both used IRD sliders, which are basically the same thing as the PMW sliders. they are not a perfect match, but they should work interchangeably. PMW will tell you they are not the same thing, but that's mostly because they want you to buy their product, but also because they are not exactly the same thing, even if they work together.
  20. So, 11.5 hour drive. I've got to plan a trip this year.
  21. This is what I found in my bin: If you want to borrow these until you can get set up with the right ones, let me know. May also have the SS slider, but the hanger should not be an issue.
  22. Trail conditions as of Thursday night. Church hill is a little slippery and it’s way too hot for knee pads. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  23. That's exactly it! I had seen them before and I searched and searched and couldn't find them. Thanks!! I found this company too: https://www.bikefabsupply.com/rear-dropouts-adjustable
  24. Are these what you need? https://www.paragonmachineworks.com/catalog/product/view/id/3506/s/12-mm-left-side-insert-for-sliding-dropout-post-mount-160-rotor-choose-color/category/482/ https://www.paragonmachineworks.com/catalog/product/view/id/3514/s/12-mm-right-side-insert-for-sliding-dropout-no-hanger-choose-color/category/482/ Look under "adjustable dropouts"
  25. I would ask Paragon, but 142/135 should be interchangeable. Switching them to 148mm is unlikely to work, though.
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