Herbertlemon102

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About Herbertlemon102

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    When is Clean 3 coming out?
  • Birthday 01/03/00

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    wodges.
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    Mark i know you can see this

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    Warwickshire
  • Real Name
    James
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  1. That place looks awesome to ride, can I come visit?
  2. Awesome. That hook!!
  3. cheers dude
  4. doesnt really deserve its own thread, but i went out for a few hours in the morning for a solo stunt and filmed this
  5. incidentally, whats going on with those rear brake mounts?
  6. i was never a fan of the seatstays not joining the top tube, but i really like that. looks cool as f**k.
  7. if that the same as the kevlar sidewall one thats been around for a while (but i dont think you could purchase from a shop), its alright, i still got punctures, but a lot less than without the sidewall.
  8. Mr.Lazenby had good things to say about that tyre too
  9. They feel alright to me, but I mainly ride street- so I can’t give you too much of an in depth report on that. I’ve not personally had mine fold dangerously, If that helps.
  10. For me, the jitsie. I always thought it was a weight weenie/punctures every 5 mins sort of tyre, like the non-Kevlar Veeco tyre. Canadian Kevin was telling me how he’s had them since they were released with zero punctures, so I thought I’d give them a go- been super impressed. Super light, super grippy, and if you’ve seen the amount of dents in my rear wheel- not a single puncture, which is impressive. I had a slow punny in hull but I’m pretty sure I must’ve run over something unsavoury... plus, they’re not even pricey! Will be using them as standard from now on.You could be talking about street bikes, in which case, ignore all of that
  11. i have a mod frame in my attic and the stays are so long it could fit a 24 with some slight modification
  12. Charlie is f**king ridiculous. insane riding.
  13. lovely that.
  14. Ah! Also, mine was a pro2evo SS, Dave’s was a pro2 SS, and Flipp’s was a pro4 SS. So I believe josh is the only person to modify a pro4.
  15. A lot. Axle machining, hubshell, driveshell, bearing relocation, end caps, machining a new thread into the driveshell for a new external lockring (Alex) and probably more that I don’t know about. Josh’s doesn’t have a lockring, it has a C-Clip. The ones alex did have no dish, they’re equal on both sides and the disc mounts are usable- the one alex did for me was unique in that the disc tabs could be used on a 110mm frame, it was really impressive to get that to work. Josh’s I believe also had no dish from when I’ve seen Flipp’s bike, and disc tabs were most certainly usable.