Fezzari 801 Freeride Hardtail

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Introducing the all-new 801. The ultimate park bike. Whether you're at the concrete bike park or at the dirt jumps, the 801 is the bike to take your freeriding skills to the next level. Designed to take abuse, the 801 is hand-built from chromoly steel with horizontal drop-outs and just the right geometry to give big air. Guaranteed to give you the ride of your life. In stock and ready to hit the trails.

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EVO 801 Clipless Pedals ?

Hi, I found a deal on a set of EVO 801 clipless pedals on my local classified for $20. They are slightly used and they retail for $60 new. I was not able to find much info on those and I was wondering if anybody here have any experience with them. Also, is there anything I should be aware when buyin ... Read More »

Calling all TR 801 & A10B owners

After seeing Trouties Regina photos, I'm thinking of buy one or two of these torches with a plan to hotrod with an XPG & Regina reflector. Can't work out from DX's pix how the heads of these come apart, whether the LED board is interchangeable, nor how big the respective existing components are. A ... Read More »

Is there a successor to TR-801 (or is one needed?)

I've been using a TR-801 ([B]edit[/B]: DealExtreme flashlight: [url]http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.13095[/url]) torch on my helmet for urban riding/commuting. Works great, and for the most part it's a good balance between having enough light and not being so bright that I annoy other ride ... Read More »

TustFire TR-801 has arrived

I ordered 4 TrustFire TR-801 5-Mode torches from DX. Two for the handlebars and two for the helmet mount. [url]http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.15335[/url] Having two on the helmet is a little heavy. Using only one might be sufficient and having the second in the backpack as backup. ... Read More »

TrustFire TR-801 lights for handlebar and helmet

I'm considering getting 4 of these. 2 to be mounted on the helmet and 2 for the handlebars. Anyone else uses them?Read More »

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