Drop your helmet and pads into the back flap pocket, buckle the waist-belt, and start the long grind to the top with the Crank Brothers Descender Hydration Pack on your back. Crank Brothers designed the Descender for just thatdescending. But since not everywhere has a handy ski lift to take you to the top, and so you're stuck earning your DH runs, the Descender will help you stay hydrated and keep your gear organized.
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A very rare very early rear suspension bike resurfaces! In great survivor condition!
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Well it was hot so in lieu of Coe there was [URL="http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=653199"]another[/URL] Skeggs ride, on Saturday. This followed Mr Crash's Descender's Delight route, with some minor tweak (added a bit of South Leaf) and addition of a Perimeter ride. Some pics:
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