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About Felix_HBtrials

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  1. +3 This was an epic run Ben!
  2. I was told they were decent, but quiet.
  3. I enjoyed that!
  4. Chainline seems fine! Cog is pretty much in the middle I had some 1'' carbon spacers lying around, threw like 3 of them on each side of the cranks, the cups are straight on the frame. It's not perfect, but hey! I paid 50$ CAD for the cranks and they're like new!
  5. No! But being 6'3'' ( 1m91 ) I don't feel my feet are that wide apart! Also, got those for real cheap, that's why I bought them, THEN I realized they were the DH wide axle version.
  6. I have those cranks and Inspired bash. V1 bash I think and 83mm DH cranks. Lot's of clearance and bash seems strong enough!
  7. I was unlucky with my Jitsie, so was Sam Perkins. Never had other reviews about them, not good not bad. Rode the 135 Splinned Bonz ( Monty, Bonz, Breath (all the same) Crewkerz, Clean are similar too ) And the 135 Clean and 135 Crewkerz. All were perfect! Yeah, Echo are still a solid choice!!
  8. There still are way too many square taper cranks offered on complete trials bike
  9. I have some Saints M800 with 83mm BB I used spacers on the axle, they fit perfectly on my Marino 24'' street trials. Perfect chainline on a Hope Pro II Evo hub and nothing rubs. It's way too wide, like over 1'' clearance at the chainstays but no rubbing!!
  10. If you only focus on one sport, it's harder. I have always been playing hockey and doing moto trials plus riding pure trials bike. I found that this trio helped my a lot. Both having their impact on the other two. The most important aspect was the break I was getting from moto/bike during winter and hockey during summer. That way, you're hyped for the other sport season to begin and you have high levels of motivation all year round. Maybe narrowing it down to a single sport could have helped me to reach higher level, but I enjoy the balance this gives me. Specific bike training, I guess Andy nailed it. You can have something nice, but most of the time, just having ridding buddies that push you will be the key to improvement.
  11. Nice edit
  12. If my memory is good, those holes are for a basket... Because the Flow being a entry level bike, they purchased '' catalog '' dropouts to save on the overall cost of the bike without cutting corners where most important. So these dropouts are design for a '' touring '' or '' city '' bike.
  13. Ali! Damn you. I now badly want a Hex!! Can't wait for them to be available.
  14. Those levers are much better than their 1st gen that have bleed bolt and hose fitting side by side The rear disc brake hose routing is sad. They designed it for the old Hope caliper, this one has that super weird curve.