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  2. Two words. California migration. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I don't really use a dropper much, but I'm leaving it on the FS bike. If I decided to use it, it's there. If not...*shrugs*
  4. Today
  5. I've actually gone the opposite as I realized that I rarely use mine so I ditched it on my hardtail, and thinking of doing the same on the other bikes.
  6. GreenMTBrider

    Brushy Creek

    Those trails are decent indicators for most others, but the west of Parmer side of Peddlers Pass tends to need more time than those listed.
  7. Kobra Kai MTB Guy

    Brushy Creek

    I rode snail, west picnic, double down and the connector to rim trail. They were all perfect. Gotta assume everything else is good but I will let others chime in.
  8. GreenMTBrider

    Brushy Creek

    Did anyone else ride out there today? I just got out of class and won’t be able to get out there until tomorrow after work. A second opinion on trail conditions would be rad.
  9. I just meant that if you wanted one that fit there was a bargain to be had. The one you are selling is a good dropper and it is a fair price. Performance had it at 60% off their retail. Mine came in from Chain Reaction in England a few days before I saw that one.
  10. larlev

    2019 Specialized Fuse comp 27.5+

    ****SOLD****
  11. mack_turtle

    I think I set a new personal record.

    Damn, guess I'll throw mine in the trash then since it's not worth the time it's taken to sell the thing. I bought a 30.9 PNW Bachelor. The 2018 ones were still around for $200 instead of $300.
  12. FWIW, I saw a 30.9 version of the same dropper you are selling, rebranded as Performance' house brand for $68 at the Lamar store last week.
  13. mack_turtle

    I think I set a new personal record.

    My old dropper is 31.8mm and my new frame is 30.9mm.
  14. Yesterday
  15. TheSarge

    Getting a new bike...

    Be careful though - while routine maintenance has an immeasurable effect, repairs certainly have a marked effect. The amplitude of the effect is directly related to the rideability of the bike before and after the repair. Replacing a worn grip might bring a couple of clouds, replacing a non-functioning drivetrain however, can have a similar effect to a new bike - especially given the delicate rain situation we find ourselves in these days. Climate change is real - and it's caused by mtn bikers.
  16. Finally you bone heads are getting it
  17. Does anyone know who “the sustainable Texan” is on Youtube? Please let me know! Thank you!
  18. Whatever works for you. I understand I am in the minority on this subject. The only reason I had one is that it came with the bike. I tried but decided the best upgrade was removing it. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  19. While most everything we talk about is subject and a matter of personal preference, I could not disagree more with this statement after recently starting to ride with one. No matter how capable I am of adjusting my body on a bike, nothing changes the fact that the saddle is in the way for maneuvers like dropping off ledges or hopping over logs. As recently as a month ago, I also though that dropper posts were overrated and not worth the downsides. Like many who swear by them after running with one, I think it's the best upgrade for most trails we have around Austin.
  20. notyal

    Get out and ride

    Well, it is the desert. Missed you, buddy!
  21. Kobra Kai MTB Guy

    Brushy Creek

    Ride now. Trails are incredible.
  22. Sluggo

    Get out and ride

    Sounds like it was a little warm.
  23. RidingAgain

    South Austin Trail Network, The SATN

    I've never ridden up to the traffic lights at the junction of Slaughter and 1826, so I am not familiar with the path that's on the grass bank. We've normally just taken the trail section that's in question. I'll have to ride it and see. The part that you need to come out on the road to cross over the creek on 1826 freaks her a bit because of how fast she's seen cars traveling on 1826. And they do go fast.
  24. 720 is wide? I agree with you though about droppers Totally over rated by those who don’t know how to adjust their bodies Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  25. Now you have MY curiosity up. Why the dropper post upgrade? Weight savings? Better function? Curious minds must know!
  26. lol Sorry about that. Didn't mean to get your blood pressure up. ;-)
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