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Buy, Sell, Trade / SRAM Guide RSC Brake Set
« on: December 16, 2016, 01:37:53 PM »
Brand new set of SRAM Guide RSC brakes still in the boxes. Asking $250.00 shipped to the lower 48.
Proven 4-piston calipers give you smooth, one-finger control. Features like Reach Adjust let you dial it in just right. Swing-Link technology takes brake lever performance to the next lever with less dead-band and more grippy positive pad contact, giving you top-notch control of your brake's modulation. Contact Point Adjust lets you pick the position you want your fingers to be in when the brakes are engaged and offers a quick and easy way to customize the feel of your brakes without having to move the pads. The Guide's brand new master cylinder is a big upgrade from the Taper-Bore system used on previous Elixir levers and employs is a sliding cup-seal and port system. The new design allows brakes to actuate the moment the lever is squeezed, providing excellent modulation and a responsive feel.

Features:
•Lever material: Aluminum
•Caliper design: 4-piston, dual diameter caliper
•Compatible Rotor: Centerline, 140 (rear), 160, 170, 180, 200mm
•Pad: Compound to Metallic
•Fluid: DOT 5.1
•Mount: Ambidextrous
•Adjustment: Tool-free reach adjust, Contact Point Adjust, Banjo Adjust
•Piggyback reservoir
•MatchMaker X Included
•Swing-Link lever technology
•Contact Point Adjust
•Pad/Holder: Top-loading
•System: Open System
•Stainless steel hardware
•Rotor not included
•Sold individually (front or rear) includes: lever, hose, MatchMaker X, hardware, and caliper.

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Griffin Bike Park / Griffin Bike Park
« on: October 24, 2016, 08:34:04 AM »
I went to GBP this past Sunday and I must say it is an awesome park. This was my 3rd time there but now they have a lot of the trail markings, signage and riding features installed which made for a great riding experience. When I first pulled in I started to wonder if I was going to be able to find a parking spot. There was a nice mix of people riding. From the young kids on their 20" dirt jump bikes, women on their mountain bikes tackling the trails or riding with their family, to the old guys like me on their mountain bikes. Everyone who has put their blood, sweat and tears into this park deserve a huge pat on the back....you have done a wonderful job.

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