Product DescriptionThis is the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament for bikes. The Moots Open Trail Titanium Stem may be the ultimate piece of bike bling. It tells other riders that this bike means business. The Open Trail is lightweight and super-tough, and because it's made from titanium, it absorbs vibration and it has no finite fatigue life. Translation: it will last forever. On top of that, the clamping systems are ultra-strong so you won't have to worry about failure while you pound down a nasty section of trail.
I have been testing the new Moots Open Trail titanium mountain bike stem since late winter, and it is the best stem I have ever used, period. That is a very bold statement, but I have been through my share of stems, and they all have a certain feel and a set of characteristics, and the Open Trail stands at the forefront of stemdomhood (ok, I made the word up). Continue reading →
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copied from CTNEMBA Facebook: A popular trail near the Case Mt overlook has had trees and brush dropped on it. It's the unblazed trail that runs north of the overlook down the ridgeline between the white blazed carriage road to Spring St and the blue blazed Shenipsit trail. I learned that this wa ... Read More »