Mavic Cascade Jackets

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Product Description

Womens Cascade JacketTechnical womens rain jacket. A high performance womens rain jacketTo stay dry on evenThe wettest ridesThanksTo specific fabrics and features. Fully seam-sealed Reflective highlights Watercolumn 6000mm 1 zip chest pocket Rear zip pocket with 3 inner mesh pockets Ergo Cuff Ergo Zip Air Mesh RainTech + Tech Specs: Rain Ride: Cycling soft goods offering rain protection with waterproof breathable materials (>4000mm water

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Surly Troll fork on rigid Nishiki Cascade?

I recently came across a Nishiki Cascade in my size(xtra huge). I was wanting to change to a threadless headset with the obvious choices being a LHT fork or a troll fork. I really want to go with the troll but I am concerned about putting a suspension corrected fork on a rigid bike. Will this screw ... Read More »

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Had a work thing come up that weekend and can't do the Chainbreaker on May 10th. PM me if interested in getting my registration transferred to you. Only $20, half off normal registration fee.Read More »

Marin County Ranger Danger: Split Rock Trail and Cascade Canyon

I have had so many personal reports of rangers patrolling Cascade Canyon and Spit Rock trail this week it is alarming. Considering dead bodies are being found elsewhere in our new "rangers without borders" paradigm, I'm shocked by how heavily these trails are being patrolled. IMO I would keep aw ... Read More »

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