woahroger

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About woahroger

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    Trials Newbie

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    China

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  • Real Name
    Roger
  • Bike Ridden
    24"
  • Quick Spec
    Sawbike 24" w/ seat. Geometry - Wheelbase: 965mm - Chainstay: 355mm - BB height: +10mm - Head angle: 74ish˚
  • Country
    China, People's Republic of
  1. I study and reside in Southern China and I have been riding one of these for the past semester. I don't really have any comments on the bike, its a frame, light, and one of the more common ones to see in China. (I don't know how to change the display dimensions) It's also to worthy to note how cheap the frameset is here in China. A seller on Taobao (Chinese eBay) has these going for about 780RMB, which is equivalent to 125USD, and as far as I know, they are only available in the mainland. http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=2013.1.20141003.4.kysEE9&scm=1007.10011.4564.0&id=43072547525&pvid=2ba552a3-7275-4b43-9f8e-c3d0fd8aead5
  2. yeah, i just had to learn to ride with the lever adjustment slightly more out that im used to. in a way its a plus because it reduces the overall "floppiness" of the lever. small hands doe.
  3. add a saint onto that and you have enough power to destroy america
  4. this gave me a semi
  5. Nice! What camera?
  6. I normally just ride with shin guards but ditched them when i swapped my shindigger pedals for some plastic bmx ones.
  7. sick! how longs your stem?
  8. here's mine, from china. ive been looking to get slx cranks, and maybe swap the brakes out for saints, but they are holding up pretty well so far.
  9. arent those the slx m670's?
  10. I believe it's so that it can double as a "fixie", or a trials bike.
  11. If you can pedal kick okay, it may not be the bars. Street frames such as the inspired fourplay don't really need excessive stem lengths because it makes performing beginner street moves, like bunny hops, endos, pivots, etc., more difficult. Additionally, you can try lining the rising part of the bar up with the headtube, or even inline with the stem like the TGS setup. edit: formatting