Sette Flex Lights
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Product DescriptionPerfect for helping you stay visible in the city, the Sette Flex Light comes packaged as a front and rear combo.
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Let me know....It kinda crossed my mind tonight to try it...was going to use some of the clear stuff to protect my paint where my frame bag will be.Read More »
Ok made a best guess as to where to put this thread,lol. Noticed a weird issue today, only noticed it cause I was just seeing how much stiffer my new forks are over what I had. seems my stem is almost "twisting"??? Dont notice it on bike, but when rocking back and forth on the bars in the garag ... Read More »
I'm looking for a new saddle for my krampus. Right now I have a selle san marco ponza saddle, which is OK, but I previously had a Selle italia trans am which had a lot of flex to it, and was much more comfortable. That saddle wore out and I gave it away. What saddles have a similar amount of flex ... Read More »
I have a 2010 Specialized FSRxc Comp with a 120mm Rock Shox Tora. I have had the bike for about a year now and am pushing it harder and harder as I improve. I notice now that the lowers on the fork visibly flex back and forth which cause the bars to vibrate under hard braking. I actually just had ... Read More »
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