Cannondale Simple Socks

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The Cannondale Simple Sock offers you performance-oriented choices with high-compression fit for excellent muscle performance and superb moisture management. Advanced design and rigorous attention to anatomical details make the High-Performance collection

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Simple Odometer or GPS ?

Hi all, I know that it may be a repetitive question, but what would you guys recommend ? Which one do you use mostly ? I don't do that much of "real" mountain biking, I like long rough trails (sand, gravel, etc), and am interested in tracking the distance mainly. Is there any specific model with a ... Read More »

Probably a simple answer, Nukeproof rear hub, so...

I have noticed a bit of play in my nukeproof generator rear hub which I have had for about 6 months (rim moves about 5mm). I had a look at it just now and one of the axle ends (drive side) has a stripped thread. See top right picture on step 2: [url= ... Read More »

To anyone looking for a simple, good looking and budget friendly bike computer

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Simple cycle computer

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2nd post simple question, fork mount size

As opposed to laying my bike down in bed of my truck, I see you can buy a fork mount to hold the bike, I figure I could mount one to my tool box lid in my truck but can't figure out what axle/hub size I need , it's a '14. Specialized hardrock disc se 29. The specs listed are : RIMSHR Disc 29", all ... Read More »

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