Arrow_NB

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About Arrow_NB

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    Trials Newbie
  • Birthday July 31

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Bikes (Freeride & Trial), playing Guitar, Family

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  • County (UK Only)
    Non UK
  • Real Name
    Norbert
  • Bike Ridden
    24"
  • Quick Spec
    Czar Ion 24" full stock
  • Country
    Germany
  1. Hey all, so today i went to an local bike shop and bought some brake cables and hose which are longer than the original ones. Goal was to have long enough cables for bar spins and tailwhips n stuff. So i´ve mounted the new, long enough, ones but i still have issues with the brakes when the bar is turned around 360 degrees. ((Just that you know im running avid db5 mechanical disc brakes. The brakes itself are fine and have great power so far, so no issue with them or a Need to change right now.)) So the problem is, i think, the sharp turn the cable makes when the bar is turned around and i have no idea how to fix it....Thought about a clamp or something to have the cable steered correctly without having the sharp turns and knicks...I HOPE YOU´LL UNDERSTAND WHAT I MEAN Is there a trick or a correct way to route the cables around the bars and stem and frame to make it work without an internal routing topcap? Otherwise it will be no problem to buy those spare parts, but this will only solve the issue with the front brake. Back brake will still be on too much tension after turning the bars around even though the cable is long enough. I hope anybody can help me to fix that. Sorry for creating a new topic....if there is existing a thread with the topic/problem i have please send me an link to it. Search function on the forum haven´t lead me to the thread i was hoping to find.
  2. Hey all, so today i went to an local bike shop and bought some brake cables and hose which are longer than the original ones. Goal was to have long enough cables for bar spins and tailwhips n stuff. So i´ve mounted the new, long enough, ones but i still have issues with the brakes when the bar is turned around 360 degrees. ((Just that you know im running avid db5 mechanical disc brakes. The brakes itself are fine and have great power so far, so no issue with them or a Need to change right now.)) So the problem is, i think, the sharp turn the cable makes when the bar is turned around and i have no idea how to fix it....Thought about a clamp or something to have the cable steered correctly without having the sharp turns and knicks...I HOPE YOU´LL UNDERSTAND WHAT I MEAN Is there a trick or a correct way to route the cables around the bars and stem and frame to make it work without an internal routing topcap? Otherwise it will be no problem to buy those spare parts, but this will only solve the issue with the front brake. Back brake will still be on too much tension after turning the bars around even though the cable is long enough. I hope anybody can help me to fix that. Sorry for creating a new topic....if there is existing a thread with the topic/problem i have please send me an link to it. Search function on the forum haven´t lead me to the thread i was hoping to find.
  3. Hey all, so today i went to an local bike shop and bought some brake cables and hose which are longer than the original ones. Goal was to have long enough cables for bar spins and tailwhips n stuff. So i´ve mounted the new, long enough, ones but i still have issues with the brakes when the bar is turned around 360 degrees. ((Just that you know im running avid db5 mechanical disc brakes. The brakes itself are fine and have great power so far, so no issue with them or a Need to change right now.)) So the problem is, i think, the sharp turn the cable makes when the bar is turned around and i have no idea how to fix it....Thought about a clamp or something to have the cable steered correctly without having the sharp turns and knicks...I HOPE YOU´LL UNDERSTAND WHAT I MEAN Is there a trick or a correct way to route the cables around the bars and stem and frame to make it work without an internal routing topcap? Otherwise it will be no problem to buy those spare parts, but this will only solve the issue with the front brake. Back brake will still be on too much tension after turning the bars around even though the cable is long enough. I hope anybody can help me to fix that. Sorry for creating a new topic....if there is existing a thread with the topic/problem i have please send me an link to it. Search function on the forum haven´t lead me to the thread i was hoping to find.
  4. Well....i´m so happy with my new (to me) used Czar Ion 24" After thinking three years about to buy a trials bike i finally got one and it is so much fun to ride. Should have bought this earlier
  5. Well....i´m so happy with my new (to me) used Czar Ion 24" After thinking three years about to buy a trials bike i finally got one and it is so much fun to ride. Should have bought this earlier
  6. Well....i´m so happy with my new (to me) used Czar Ion 24" After thinking three years about to buy a trials bike i finally got one and it is so much fun to ride. Should have bought this earlier
  7. Hey guys! I´m new to this Forum and i will be also new to trial riding stuff. At the Moment i´m looking to purchase a beginners bike. Had two bikes in mind (inspired Flow & Czar ion - both in 24"). Now i´ve spotted a used Inspired Flow 24" from 2018 i think on eBay. It´s not too far from home so it could be an option to buy IF the Price is correct, which isn´t at the moment. Here´s the link: https://www.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/s-anzeige/inspired-flow-24-pro-trial-bike/1147634411-217-8367 Well...it´s not the pro Version of the Flow (There actually is no pro version availlable of the Flow right?) Therefore it´s not the plus version of the Flow?! So i think the Price isn´t fair right now. Maybe you guys could help me out what you think would be okay to pay for this. I thought about 700 or 650€....i could get an brand new Flow from 2019 on trialshop.pl about 850€. Really thankfull for your opinions on this an maybe for helping me out what would be a godd deal. Cheers from Germany