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Canardweb last won the day on January 26

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About Canardweb

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    Trials Master
  • Birthday 11/04/90

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    Trials riding
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    West of France

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    France, French Republic

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  1. Nice moves and great precision
  2. I would only recommend Hope. I have tried several brand and models and none have convinced me as well as the Hope Tech Trial. But that's my opinion of course.
  3. Definitely some incompatibility there with the chain and sprocket I think.
  4. And most importantly, how much weight was saved in the operation?
  5. Now that is interesting. Never seen a rotor break that way. I have bent a few but never imagined this could happen...
  6. I used Trialtech foams in the past and now I use bar tape. I definitely recommend trying that if you don't get convinced by these grips.
  7. I agree.
  8. You have a point there. But the way bikes were doesn't define how people ride it. Back in the day, people ride pure trials on these, now it's much more streetier with rotations, etc... And I am not keen on that
  9. Wow, I don't get it...these things people ride are 24" BMX with lower handlebars... I am not looking down on it! It's just what it looks like and how people ride it. No need to use any kind of reverse psychology based on how I behave here 10 years ago. But since you seem to know what I meant better than I do, then please forget it.
  10. Please read my post again. I did not look down on 24inch BMX... I don't fancy them and I am happy to see some still ride pure trials on here. End of
  11. I change mine every 6 months
  12. I am only saying how I feel about this trend. Nothing bad about it
  13. Nice to see you are still riding. And not on a seated 24inch BMX.
  14. Just send an e-mail to Michel Coustellier asking for some pad material: In French preferably!