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CraigCCW

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  1. Hello All, I'm wanting to put my MTB on my Elite Trainer but I need a Boost Adapter: https://www.elite-it.com/en/products/home-trainers/ecosystem-accessories/knurled-boost-adapter Onmico have in stock, but are not respoding to my mails. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks
  2. Don't see alot of single track, and doesn't look like there is a water crossing.
  3. Hello All, I'm looking for a Shimnano Freehub for my Elite Direto, I can get one from Elite directly but it's not cheap with shipping.
  4. Thanks, I do often ride on tar so would rather go with the XR1 or XR2 for less rolling resistance
  5. Directly with Trek, so should be with any Trek shop https://www.trekbikes.com/za/en_ZA/equipment/cycling-components/bike-tyres/mountain-bike-tyres/c/E417/?gclid=Cj0KCQjw_5unBhCMARIsACZyzS2lSGQAFeDxfw7IrcnQioO6GAaCg7PQ4bEq48eEX3esCdOI13AgtFYaAiV9EALw_wcB
  6. Thanks for that info, XR2 seems like the better option for the type of riding I do.
  7. Bontrager tyres are currently on special, are the XR1's and XR2's any good for general MTB Riding in JHB?
  8. Sadly not showing on DSTV, I've reverted to Tiz Cylcing for now
  9. I'm keen to do this, I'll have to put some road tyres on my gravel bike
  10. Checked other topics on Suikerbosrand but they haven't been updated in a while. I'm wanting to go an do the Suikerbosrand Loop, has anyone been there lately, and is it safe to cycle there alone?
  11. Castelli currently have a Winter Special wherby you get 40% off R2999 https://www.castelli.co.za/collections/winter-2023-1st-arrivals Not a jacket, but a great winter jersey, best buy in a long time, paired with a gillet it's a great option: https://www.castelli.co.za/products/castelli-puro-3-jersey-light-black-black-reflex Really quality clothing
  12. I sold my MTB and Road Bike, got a Giant Revolt Gravel Bke. Was using my MTB mostly on the road, and the road bike lived on the trainer. I have no regrets, the Revolt has really surpirsed me at how capable it is off-road. Only thing I miss is downhill single track on an MTB, that was always alot of fun and one has to be alot more cautious and pick your line on the gravle bike.
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