Felix_HBtrials

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About Felix_HBtrials

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    Male
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    Other than trials, Supermoto!
  • Location
    Montréal

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    Multiple
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    Canada

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  1. Great news! These are proper trials rims, why focus on drilling holes with different pattern for so many years when getting a proper die to get a proper rim profile is the way to go! Can't wait to ride those.
  2. Looks superb! I want some close ups on the rear brake mounts and also on the drop out & chain tensioner! Awesome work
  3. Dave, I would say the list of similarities is rather long Tapered Color scheme V seat stays tubes going to the rear brake Chain tensioner Geo is close AS30 crankset Rear brake focus on stiffness Both are top en comp bikes! But the carbon does make it quite different
  4. Hey DeersSlayer email me! hbtrials@outlook.com They are opening a trials park with a school in Bromont, QC, Canada Opening day on May 13th. You should come to meet some riders.
  5. Why are the rotors not mounted in the same orientation
  6. Nice! Is this compound similar to the ST ( super tacky 42A ) or it's really juste a 3C (triple compound, 60A on roll band and softer on sides) ?
  7. I wish I could try that mod
  8. 1068, +65, 380, 73 and 670 reach. Smells like a M geo Jealousy With your shape, you'd LOVE the strength of that beast
  9. Shimano type spline on those cranks right?
  10. Love this! Looks pretty beef.
  11. Awesome man, glad you like it!
  12. Like this bike a lot!
  13. http://www.pinkbike.com/video/461649/ I got two of these made. Find a friend with a lathe and some skills! The two pieces on the sides must be steel ( stainless steel for rust resistance ) and the tube in between in aluminum. That way, you can keep your beloved wheel, and run the AMAZING Crewkerz WAW forks!
  14. 30mm wide and about 350 gr
  15. My friend got the crazy idea to run a carbon 26'' front rim. The profile is similar to this one and to MTB rims. We then both swapped our front single wall rims to those carbon rims on our 26'' front disc bikes. So light and incredibly stronger. Well, this is not carbon for sure, but I am convinced it can give super good results. Jack will put this under good testings I am sure, can't wait to see the result!