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Fizik Flash Saddle

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Fizik Flash Steel Rails Saddle featured a small, compact design for free movements, 8mm steel rail for strength, "Meryl techno" cover for durability, scuff guards for protection, and padding for comfort.

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Fat Tire + TLR Flash Charger

My new fattie is hopefully coming next week and i'm trying to make sure i have eveyrthing i need. Im planning on running a tubeless set-up but i don't own a compressor. Does anyone have any experience with the Bontrager TLR Flash Charger and fat tires or should i just go with a 3.5 gallon 135 ... Read More »

Sram XX1 on F29 Flash

Hi guys, I want to move my drive-train to XX1, my current build is the original 24/38 X0 crankset, that comes with Flash Carbon 1 model 2013. I have a friend that did this change and he says that a larger than 32 teeth chainring would not be possible, even with the Q-Factor of 168mm (probably becaus ... Read More »

Frame dead? Cannondale Flash Carbon.

I have had some really bad creaking noise coming from what I believe is the bottom bracket. I have taken the crank off twice, torqued and greased everything. Still creaks. I heard from another thread that this could mean my derailleur hanger is loose, saddle loose, frame cracked, or, among other th ... Read More »

Bontrager Flash Charger pump - easier tubeless seating by hand?

This looks pretty sane. Don't/can't carry an air compressor when inflating your tubeless tires? This floor pump has a high pressure reservoir that you can fill by hand operation, and release in a controlled fashion. This simulates that first hard fill with an air compressor. [url]https://www.yout ... Read More »

Cannondale Flash, - from 26" to 27,5"?

Hi guys, I have a Cannondale Flash Carbon Ultimate 2009 which of course is using 26" wheels. The fork is a Lefty DLR SL. Do any of you know if this setup is compatible with 27,5" wheels which I am considering trying? Looks like there should be some room in the frame for the rear wheel, - less ... Read More »

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