Cruise the bike path and roll downtown in style with Specialized's Atlas Shorts. They feature a comfortable, stylish and durable outer plus a removable inner short with a chamois for riding comfort. There are crotch gussets, too, for maximum freedom of movement and chafe-free rides.
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I just installed the RaceFace Atlas crank (second generation) with their X-type Team DH bottom bracket. Isn't the non-drive side crank arm supposed to have a cap on it? There's a big hole showing through the spindle into the bb shell (last pic). Dunno if that's normal. There's nothing else in the bo ... Read More »
Looking for any input from an aggressive build, 140 fork. Not an Xc perspective. Also would like to hear about ripley. Any input is appreciated. Pretty set on carbon and short stays. Goal is aggressively playfulRead More »
In short, I am about 235 pounds and I love riding my fatbike. I was down to 225 a month ago but recently gained the weight back...aaaaghhh!!! Anyhow, I am considering upgrading my handlebars. I am currently running a KORE 800mm aluminum OCD bar with a 20mm rise and am considering a 780 Niner RDO fla ... Read More »
[FONT=Arial]To those who have bought the RaceFace Atlas Crank 2013, which RaceFace rings or non-RaceFace rings are you using with it? [/FONT]
[FONT=Arial]I like their Team ring. I plan to go with double rings.[/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][FONT=Arial]I'm running 8 speed. [/FONT]Will their “[FONT=Arial]Sin ... Read More »