In this epsiode: how to make a SRAM XX cassette, Santa Cruz Tall Boy, Kona’s next generation Magic Link and lots more…
Posted on: September 3, 2009
Sami Rose said on September 3, 2009
LOVING ‘how to make a SRAM XX cassette’- amazing! & kona electric bike! GET IN! 🙂
hora said on September 3, 2009
Could you ask the Winstanley bike ‘managers’ to comeback early? Stood there yesterday and watched a poor lad wait to be served over a problem with his bike he’d bought from them.
IanMunro said on September 3, 2009
That cassette is a thing of beauty. Seems a shame to stick it on a bike 🙂
AlexSimon said on September 3, 2009
Nice electric UTE and Magic Link from Kona.
I have to say I’d love to try that top end Cadabra (or is the top end one the Abra Cadabra?).
ooOOoo said on September 3, 2009
Christ, I would expect my XX cassette to last XX years to payback the energy & material wasted making it. Almost obscene for a bloody pushbike.
bigrich said on September 3, 2009
all the torque going through a thin bit of metal? wont that cassette cut thrugh the splines on alu freehubs?
the_lecht_rocks said on September 3, 2009
as bigrich says – too much pressure at one point.
XX is doomed to kill freehub bodies
Ben_Haworth said on September 3, 2009
Well, let’s wait and see shall we rather than “armchair critic” it to death before it’s even had a chance? 🙂
mrmo said on September 3, 2009
wonder how much damage you could do to a hope pro 2 alu cassette body with all the load going though one sprocket.
Brother_Will said on September 4, 2009
Well you could always choose something with a steel free hub body but that would be heavier perhaps negating the weight savings from the cassette….
Bushwacked said on September 4, 2009
That Kona bloke is well proud of his bike! Fair play to him.
Loving watching these videos – great to hear people talking about their bikes and explaining the technology.
kimbers said on September 4, 2009
proud, hes in love!
Will you be riding this weekend?
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