Fly was designed for thinner faces, to guarantee greater protection and the optimum technical peculiarities that distinguish the entire Northwave Sunglasses line. Its shape was The ultralight Bizzy model stands out owing to its sporty and aerodynamic shape. Suited to all cyclists looking for a minimalist design and absolute comfort. studied to ensure maximum protection for whoever does not like large lenses or sunglasses, or whoever is looking for calibrated protection on the surface of the eye cavity.
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I'm sorry if this question has been asked before or if I'm posting in the wrong place. Can anyone tell me if there's generally a deer fly/green head season in Southern NH? They've simply taken over in the past two weeks (I think it's the rain) and there are sections of my regular ride (Horsehill Res ... Read More »
I am looking to get a Ti Fly team 29er. I am 6'0" and have a 33" inseam with long arms. My prior mt bikes were size large (frame size 20") but that has been with only 26" wheels. I have a LeChampion Ti road bike in size 58cm. Do most folks go down a size when they make the switch from a 26er to a 29 ... Read More »
I saw about 7 other Fatties out of 500 bikes in this 40 mile race from Indian Lake to Inlet in the Adirondacks this past Saturday. I finished in 3:11 and was definitely missing my granny gear the last ten miles as there were some loooong drawn out climbs.Read More »
I have a y2k era Marzocchi X-fly Z2 QR20 , and while I think I understand the deal with adapters a little better this one is a bit odd... its got an IS adapter on it already, that the original caliper was bolted to, but the way it is attached to the fork does not appear to be standard post mount.
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I just signed up for the annual Black Fly Challenge in Inlet NY. It's a 48 mile race mostly on dirt roads and fire roads with a small amount of single track. Not technical but a lot of steep climbing. I will do it on my 9-0-7. I am looking to get a large contingent of fellow fat riders to do it with ... Read More »