Primal Wear Downhill Jersey

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Product Description

Our DH jersey is made of SpeedPro wicking fabric that assists airflow to the body even if the rider is wearing additional padding. Pro fit and durable for those riders that are willing to take risks. Available in half, 3/4, or long sleeve.

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Downhill tire recommendation

Hello All, New to this forum and was hoping to get some input on tire choices to replace my nooby nic performance tires 26x2.25 which came stock on the 2012 Giant Trance. I'm from So.Cal and the terrain in which I ride are generally dry sand, dirt, loose pebbles and few boulders downhill trail. ... Read More »

Best Light and All Mountain to Downhill Ready Crankset with 24mm Spindle

I was all set to grab the new SixC cranks, but they only come in 30mm spindles and there are no ceramic bottom brackets for a BB92 frame that I can find for those. The bottom bracket I want is the Enduro XD - 15, thus would want a comparable crankset to the SixC with a 24mm spindle. Any recommendat ... Read More »

Yargo "downhill" trail?

I ride one or two laps around Yargo almost every weekend. I almost alway ride on Saturday so I go CCW most rides. Today, however I was riding Yargo CW on my SS and saw something I'd never seen before. Between miles 11 and 12 was a small green post or picket that had "downhill trail" written on i ... Read More »

Good film segments NOT focused on big hits and fast/flowy downhill

I love watching guys fly down North Shore trails and hit 20 foot gaps on their slacked out dual crown bikes as much as the next guy, but I don't ride that way (or anywhere close to that level). Sometimes I want to watch videos about guys doing things more similar to my rides, just way way better. S ... Read More »

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