Club Ride Guys Jersey

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Product Description

  • Lightweight wicking polyester
  • Stretch fabric for movement
  • Quick dry for moisture control
  • Vented under arm and back panel
  • Rear zippered storage pockets
  • Front zip system for air flow control

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What fatty tires do you guys like on dirt?

What fatty tires do you guys like for dirt use? Primarily dry SoCal stuff... hardpack, rocks, some sand, ball bearing dust over hardpack, etc. I currently have, and like, Nate's but they're pretty sluggish and would like something a little faster rolling... thinking about Husker Du's, Knards, .. ... Read More »

Need input on fair asking price, you guys set it!

I need to move the Nickel 650b before moving into the next bike and I really have no idea what would be a good starting point for a selling price. You guys give me input and thats what I'll ask. -2013 SC Nickel, red, large -Velvet X-Fusion, black, with 15mm Syntace axle -Stans ZTR flow EX 650b ... Read More »

So how do you guys get your training volume in?

I am curious as to what percentage of time you all spend specifically mountain biking vs. road riding vs. commuting vs. running/swimming/lifting etc. I work 7am to 5pm, and with family, work around the house, etc. riding time on weekdays is limited, but not impossible. On weekends there is more ... Read More »

Questions for you guys who ride in Central Oklahoma.

I've got what is basically a hybrid that will take up to around 42mm tires and I'm interested in taking it out in the dirt to see if a real MTB is something I might be interested in. What OKC area trail is the mildest and easiest for a beginner on a non-MTB? Also, what style of tires are best ... Read More »

Whats up guys! Upgrading question

I've been lurking around here since I got a bike for christmas (bought it for myself) after not riding and having a desk job for about 10 years. I'm probably one of the heavier clydes around here, and i absolutely love my Raleigh Talus. I'm starting to get bored riding the bike trails and being t ... Read More »

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