Shimano Myth Eyewear

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The Myth is a real gem. Despite of the stylish design, this model offers all necessary featured needed for sports-use, but still will not look out of place as a casual-model either. Fine details such as the metal logo's on the temples underline the sophisticated looks of this thoroughbred sportsmodel.

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Silicone-based DOT5: busting the myth

So just about everybody will tell you that using a silicone-based DOT5 fluid in a brake designed for glycol-based DOT3/4/5.1 fluids is a real bad thing. It will cause the seals to swell and it will react with the old fluid and precipitate, clogging up the system and leading to brake failure. I be ... Read More »

Helmet lifespan, time to dispell the myth!

Many of us believe that bike helmets have a limited lifespan before they become unsafe to use. This myth was put forth by the helmet companies themselves as a way to sell more helmets. As long as a helmet has not been involved in a crash, there is no reason to replace it. Sweat and sunlight have NO ... Read More »

Is this a myth?

I was told that if I posted something up in Passion that I'd get mad rep points?Read More »

Ballantine trail..myth busted..gnar redefined..

After passing the Ballantine trailhead on the 87 about 200 times in the last 20 years I finally tried out the trail. This trail is not in wilderness area (myth), does not even come close. It was a bit too demanding for me to be truly enjoyable. It started out promising, and about 2mi in got g ... Read More »

myth vs reality vs $$ : shock/fork service interval

Ok,so in a matter of 4 months I gave up all my "standard" bikes and I now have 2 superb Brain equipped Specialized rigs. Stumpy fsr elite 2011 and Epic Expert 29 2012(brain front and rear). Most of my friends have gone between 2 and 3 years before sending their Fox shocks and forks to service.... ... Read More »

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