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Hoss Caballero Jersey

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Sometimes you just need long sleeves. Whether you're riding in cooler temperatures or simply making a fashion statement, Hoss has got you covered with the Caballero jersey. The Hoss Caballero Jersey is constructed of CoolPlus fabric, raglan long sleeves, and 7" zipper. An affordable casual loose fit jersey with elastic wristband for comfort, makes the Hoss Caballero Jersey great for any rider.

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29 x 2.25 Caballero tire recommended usage (Caballero vs. Ardent)

I was at Wal-Mart and saw they were closing out their 2.25 "Kingpin" bell tires, which are rebranded Caballeros. They were $9.00 each and I couldn't pass up grabbing the last two, even if just as back up tires to use in a pinch. I'm curious what the best way to use these tires might be, and how t ... Read More »

Looking to buy an old Caballero frame.

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Where are the alternative route that drop into Caballero Canyon?

I've heard there are two alternative routes from dirt Mulholland to the bottom of Caballero (Reseda Blvd. side). I know where the top of Caballero is on Dirt Mulholland, but where do these other routes start? Anyone have a GPS of them? Thanks RobRead More »

CST Caballero?

Wondering if anyone has experience with this tire? I have heard some good things about it and debating on having custom wheels built with these or spending the extra money on a pair of Kenda Nevi's or Conti MK/TK's. Can't really seem to find much on them here and CST doesn't have all that much in th ... Read More »

used Caballero sizing advice

I'm looking at a used small Cabellero on ebay. I'm between 5'7-5'8 and I read that the Cabellero and El Santo's had the same (or very close) geometries. Based on info from the Salsa website on the El Santo, the SO would be perfect but the ETT is pretty short in comparison. Any thoughts on whether ... Read More »

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