24 Bicycles OldSchool Pedal

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Weight : 492 grams MSRP : $80.00

Product Description

8 adjustable, replacable studs, alu cage, crmo axel, sealed berings

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This chump is stumped - Oldschool Crankset

Search is coming up dry… Replacing the driveline on my 2004 Specialized Enduro Expert, but I’m stuck on the crankset. First tried to replace just the chain rings, but the FSA outer ring I ordered wouldn’t fit on the crank. The 4 bolt/104 mm 44T FSA MTB chain ring was a couple mm too small to fi ... Read More »

Oldschool Join Date

So, I'm pretty sure I've been using MTBR and posting reviews since at least 1998. My user name is partially derrived from a race number from a race I did in 1995, so possibly even longer. Yet my Join Date is listed as 2003? Now all these young whipper snappers and their new fangled "Reputation" s ... Read More »

Oldschool quality, White Ind or Phil Wood?

Thinking about buying a silver hubset. Weight doesn't really matter, quality does. Which are the best ones of these? I'm talking hub life. Anyone using any of these that can tell a story and how long they have lasted so far. I'm not really into CK/I9/hadley. I want either White or PW thats i ... Read More »

Oldschool but new to me!

Just got back into riding, not sure why I stopped. Stopped paying any attention around 2001, bikes got sold to fund other hobbies, wish I hadnt done that for sure. Found a '99 FSR XC Pro with full XT/XTR rear der, payed $300 and havent looked back.Read More »

are there better alternatives for oldschool shimano u-brakes for an 1992 frame.

Does anyone know of a better brake then the old heavy shimano u-brakes? Will a bmx style 990 type brake work. This is for a 1992 frame if that helps any. Thanks.Read More »

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