The Hoss Stallion Shorts features a boarder short styled shell combined with a detachable chamois liner. The Stallion offers serious riders the comfort of a Cytech multi-layered chamois, constructed from high-density open cell foam and featuring permanent antibacterial protection. Remove the the liner and let the Stallion run free, for post-ride festivities, or as an everyday stylish short. Flexibility is the key. The Hoss Stallion shorts also features lightweight and durable microsuede polyester shell for quick drying comfort, detachable Cytech multi-layered chamois constructed from high-density open cell foam with permanent antibacterial protection, adjustable micro-fit waist band via Velcro cinch straps, 4 functional pockets with secure closures, and front zipper and drawstring closure.
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Me and a friend will be in the area this weekend and we're wondering if there are any trails to ride in that area. I searched and I didn't really come up with anything besides Woodward West camp. If no trails, then maybe just some fireroads or something close. Any help would be appreciated. We have ... Read More »
[ATTACH]331628[/ATTACH]Finally got the nomad built up again..
Here is the parts list for her whiteness
Frame: Santa Cruz Nomad large
Fork: Fox 36 Van R
Shock: DHX 5.0 pushed with ti spring ... Read More »
For Immediate Release:
Anaheim, Calif. (September 14th, 2007) - Hoss Technical Gear adds the all-new Stallion Shorts to their line of functional and affordable cycling clothing. The Stallion features a boarder short styled shell combined with a detachable chamois liner. The Stallion offers seriou ... Read More »
Here is the other winter project (the other being the gf's Leader 510H). I'm loving this bike.
2005 Santa Cruz Blur
2006 Marzocchi AM 1
XT front derailleur
2.24 Motoraptor Rear Tire
2.5 Weirwolf Front Tire
Truvative Firex 3.3 Team Crankset with eternal Giga X (GXP) BB
Shimano 545 SPD Pedals ... Read More »
I recently picked up a "brand new" 2005 Blur frame and completed the build last week. She rides like a dream and looks pretty good too...:D
* 2006 Marzocchi AM 1
* XT front derailleur
* 2.24 Motoraptor Rear Tire
* 2.5 Weirwolf Front Tire
* Truvative Firex 3.3 Team Crank ... Read More »