This is a fine piece of equipment. Reviewers who couldn’t stop their bikes from drooping simply mounted their bikes backwards. Do it the right way, drive train out, and it will hold steady in any position. The mechanism is simple but efficient. The clamp is a breeze to adjust and the clutch holds steady as a rock. You can work at elbow level on every part of a bike.
Getting caught in the rain doing my 3,000th mile of 2014 was no cause for concern, knowing that wiping the bike down would be effortless with my new stand.
12.5% with 77km to go. Good luck today, Tinkoff Saxo! ...
During today's Liège-Bastogne-Liège, the riders will tackle the steepest climb of the race Côte de Stockeu with 77.5km to go, where the race toughens up.
Here's what the the 12.5% climb looks like from a rider's perspective followed by the dangerous high-speed descent.
Oh My. I haven’t heard from Fin Joonas Vinari since he sent us a DVD showcasing Finland’s emerging freeride scene to review back in 2006 (or maybe earlier). He’s moved on from their and now works for Kona Bikes making movies and marketing for them.…