Gear up with the freeride-friendly Alpinestars Manual Short, and send it with durable materials and construction. A removable chamois keeps your rear padded and comfortable, while stretchy materials give you the freedom of movement to maneuver on the gravity sled.
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Hi, i am working on improving my trail skills and right now I am focusing on the Manual. I was wondering when would manualing be an advantage when riding a trail?
One thing i know of is just before a drop-off you would do a small manual to shift your weight backward as you enter the drop. What else? ... Read More »
So okay, this is my ACTUAL FIRST 29" bike... yes i could make a thread about my experience, blah blah blah... but theres one thing that surprised me the most, which by the title you can guess, is the front wheel comes up WAY easier than I would have ever thought. This is the bike:
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Looking to replace the rear 18t cog with a 16t one and was wondering if anyone knew the torque specs for the hex bolts on the rear sliding dropouts.
If there's a workshop or list of torque specs that'd be ideal.
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I'd like to change out the oil in my fork and maybe even swap out the dust seal. Rock Shox was kind enough to include the parts to do that when I bought my fork. However, they seem to be very reluctant to provide the information of exactly how to do that. Their website pushes you to your local deale ... Read More »
Found the 2014 FSR Stumpy Owners manual on their website. Don't see any other details on 2014 changes on the interwebs.
[url]http://service.specialized.com/collateral/ownersguide/new/assets/pdf/0000017543_R1.pdf[/url]Read More »