Hydration Capacity: 100 oz (3 L)Total Capacity: 763 cu in (12.5 L) CamelBak® Got Your Bak™ Guarantee: If we built it, we'll Bak it™ with our lifetime guarantee IncludesThe new 100 oz (3 L) Antidote™ Reservoir with Quick Link™ System—the ultimate cure for dehydration. Antidote features: Quick Link™ System, quick-seal cap, lightweight fillport, dryer arms, center baffling and low-profile design, patented Big Bite™ Valve, HydroGuard™Technology, PureFlow™Tube, easy-to-clean wide-mouth opening BAC
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Over the years, I have gone back and forth on bottles vs. packs. I like both and they both have their upsides and downsides. Lately, I have been on a bottle kick with stuff in jersey pockets or Awesome Strap - still will use this system for racing. I only ride at most a few hours on my normal rid ... Read More »
Want to buy the Access XCL 9er frame for $179.99, but the oversize charge of $47.00 makes it not worth it. Called the stores, they dont stock it, shipped to the store still apparently charges the overstock. Called performance, said the charge still applies if using red phone.
Is all that true?
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Two Bikes at almost equal prices. Seem to be both built for aggressive trail riding. Very similar components, but the Goblin rocks their Hydroformed Aluminum Frame and the Cooker uses a Steel Cro-Mo Butted frame. What's the verdict?[URL]http://www.airbornebicycles.com/products/113-goblin.aspxhttp ... Read More »
So I pretty much had my heart set on a Novara Intrepid and then I saw the Charge Cooker Hi. Both have very good component set-ups.....
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[TD]Frame: Steel - Reynolds 520 steel
[TD]Front suspension: R ... Read More »