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  1. According to amazon, its cheaper to buy the spear than the tire.
  2. I'd hate to think what my bike would be called if that is what qualifies as dirty.
  3. I second this. I was in Colorado Springs for a couple days. I always managed to run into someone who was willing to let me tag along on their ride. Super friendly. I also hit up the area north of the state park: (probably about this route, but since someone else was leading I'm not sure.) https://www.mtbproject.com/trail/270021/chutes-gold-camp-rd-buckhorn-captain-jacks
  4. TrekKnockBlock.pdf Here is quick drawing in case someone else needs to add a special "trek slot" to a stem.
  5. Fits fine now. I will upload a drawing in case anyone else need to cut one.
  6. I have a mill that we could set it up on. I'm not sure what the knock block is for, but I saw the modified picture, so if that's the cut you need we can do that.
  7. I got some larger size packs (6600mAh) from amazon. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AAQOV5E/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  8. Got a chance to ride in Tucson this week. They had many helpful signs.
  9. This morning it was ok. There were a couple of puddles in odd spots, but overall pretty good. Point six had soft spots, but no water. Marks art was fine. A puddle on log loops that surprised me.
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