Added reply in a thread The newest trend... 7/25/2013 8:12 PM
Yeah yeah Ik, late reply on an old thread, but if ur still looking for good street/park tires at smaller sizes then I would say go for kenda konversions, I have 1.95 as my rear tire and I think they make 1.75
Added reply in a thread The newest trend... 7/25/2013 8:01 PM
More traction with better control
As said before, looks a little uncomfortable for spins and stuff, but anything like nose manuals, manuals, footjams, and so on, those look so easy and comfortable on that
Lol, I'm not a big fan of those, buts that my opinion So whatever works for ya, otherwise sick bike
oh, i didnt realize that, i looked at their website and and nothing said out of stock, but ok, i guess it will be the wave c
ok, so im working on getting a new frame for my bike and my best choices r the liquid feedback or sunday wave c frame, they both have their ups and downs compared to eachother, such as the liquid frame has a slightly shorter chainstay, i think has wider ... more »
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Ha, prob so And ok, well when u get new forks then look for something with a a lock that way u can simply flick a switch to turn them into rigid forks
And ur best bet with forks would prob be NS rigid forks
Ik what u mean, completely changes riding style
ha, u should go on mountain biking trails just to see ppls reactions to ur bike, priceless
lol, I took me trek 820 and decided to put my s&m grand slams on it, To me that is be a little uncomfortable, but u were right bout the manuals, and damn, u look dialed on that bike lol, thats unique
Sounds like an awesome bike
Nice, what kind of bike is that, could u give a parts list?
Hey, what works, works, right?
Okz thanks, what mtb do u have now and how does it feel with perfect tens lol
did ur foot ever hit the front tire? what size feet do u have and where do u put ur foot on the pedal?
Wow, nice, sounds like fun