funny.. I don't seem to have that problem.. but then again.. I also do know how to ride and avoid hitting objects. I tend to glide over "objects"fred? said:Points deducted for using pedals that sometimes release the cleat when contacting a solid object.
It's just some elec tape covering a rub spot. No boo boo, just worn smooth. It's over 2.5 years old now and seen plenty of action.richde said:What's that on the right seat stay homebrew, some sort of protection, or are you covering up a boo-boo?
That's the 2.1 Blue Groove on the front and 2.1 Nevegal on the rear of my bike. I was just test riding them so I only got 4 or 5 rides on them before I had to give them back. Thumbs up though. They are reasonable size and weight with good traction and stick like mad.sungchang said:Quick question, I see that both of you are running some type of Kenda tires. Any specific reason for choosing them and what model of Kenda tires are you running?
Thanks for the info Homebrew! I'm currently running Panaracer Fire XC Pro's on my front and rear. When they wear out, I might try out the Nevegal as I heard some good things about them.Homebrew said:That's the 2.1 Blue Groove on the front and 2.1 Nevegal on the rear of my bike. I was just test riding them so I only got 4 or 5 rides on them before I had to give them back. Thumbs up though. They are reasonable size and weight with good traction and stick like mad.
Raycer's look like the 2.0 Blue Groove Lite which is a lower weight smaller tread version for racing.
It's the same way up here in the D/FW area. The first race of the DORBA Fall Series started last Sunday and there were RX's all over the place.The Trail Nazi said:One intresting thing about Titus Bikes and Texas is at the NORBA national we had here in Waco last March the guys in the big team trucks were suprised to see so many Racer X's and Hammer Head 10x's rolling around. it seems you can't walk ten feet at a local race with out bumping in to some titus product.