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  • Fresh Goods Friday 618: Standing In A Line Edition
  • Ben_Haworth
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    Bank Holiday incoming! What better way to celebrate an extra day off work than taking a look at FGF618? And look! Thread Of The Week has returned.

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    desperatebicycle
    Free Member

    Redshift Sports ShockStop PRO stem – it may be 80s (90s prolly though) in form n function.. but it sure ain’t in “Price: £269.99”! For a frickin stem! I guess PRO means Professionals only 😆

    chrismac
    Full Member

    That Lezyne tool looks handy

    ChrisL
    Full Member

    I like the colour of that Occam.

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    I like the colour of that Occam.

    👌

    danieljohnreynolds
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    I got the older original Redshift stem through Kickstarter about x years ago (no idea how many actually …) and swear by it. I have it on my drop-bar/CX/gravel/whatever bike and I find it’s movement almost unnoticeable except that my wrists have been thanking me since I got it. Wouldn’t pay for the extra-sexy Pro one but would defo recommend the cheaper version.

    jam-bo
    Full Member

    likewise, I have the non-pro version of the redshift and while it’s no rudy, it really takes the edge off of rougher trails and the chunkier gravel we get down here on dartmoor.

    jivehoneyjive
    Free Member

    Reckon I could do that scraggy puss no worries… poor bugger probably just needs a stroke mind

    TrailriderJim
    Full Member

    Green Hope pads = green Galfer pads?

    jimmy748
    Full Member

    New Hope green are made by Trickstuff, and are significantly better than the already excellent Galfers.

    ta11pau1
    Full Member

    Green Hope pads = green Galfer pads?

    Nope, they’re not made by galfer. According to someone, they’re made by the same people who make the pads for trickstuff brakes.

    kelvin
    Full Member

    I have a redshift stem… also rate it highly.

    HoratioHufnagel
    Free Member

    That stem would go well with the Shockster rear suspension converter for a discrete full-sus Gravel setup… https://www.ebay.com/itm/123872652211

    Northwind
    Full Member

    I’m looking at that Occam and wokdering just how much dropper post it can take, the orbea frame design seems like it could limit it? On a bike like that I’d want Monstrous Ridiculous Drop.

    It’s a shame the redshift only comes in (probably only works in) long sizes, I’d be tempted post wrist-break to try one on the fatty

    zerocool
    Full Member

    I can vouch for the quality and practicality of the Fidlock bottle. I’ve not lost mine from my hardtail through blasts down BPW and FOD, even though the Rwandan of me got quite tattled on a 130mm hardtail.

    tomhoward
    Full Member

    It’s a shame the redshift only comes in (probably only works in) long sizes, I’d be tempted post wrist-break to try one on the fatty

    Agazzini Soft ride?

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    rOcKeTdOg
    Full Member

    The redshift pro stem is great, got one paired with the pro seat post and it’s saved my old back many a time

    Del
    Full Member

    220 quid for a front mech? scarcity value?

    tomhoward
    Full Member

    Leccy innit

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