Redline DS Commuter Bike

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MSRP : $580.00


Product Description

Dirt or street, a combo bike designed to ride on or off road. The frame is built of formed 6061 aluminum alloy tubes, joined to a Suntour suspension fork with 63mm of travel. Mountain bike features such as a wide range gearing, and powerful disc brakes rolling on wide 700c tires.



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DS overtensioned -- NDS ok ; what to do?

Hi All, I built up a set of Kinlin XR19W rims with BHS hubs and Sapim spokes. They tensioned up pretty evenly. My average DS tension is ~145 kgf (min 131, max 150). Spokes are Sapim Race laced 2x. My average NDS tension is ~58kg (min 52, max 60). Spokes are Sapim Laser laced 2x. If I l ... Read More »

Spoke installation into hubs with taller DS flanges

I'm using a BHS SL211 rear hub for the first time. A local wheelsmith taught me a very simple but effective technique for lacing "simple" cross patterns (3x, 2x, etc). All of the DS spokes "heads in" go in first, then DS spokes "heads out". Works like a charm and I've done it on several wheelsets ... Read More »

TREK DS 8.2 vs CANNONDALE QUICK CX5

Hi guys, I'm looking to purchase an entry level to intermediate type hybrid and I've narrowed my choices to a TREK DS 8.2 and a CANNONDALE QUICK CX5. Any advice on which I should purchase and why? Should I be looking at other models instead? Please let me know. :)Read More »

2x DS, 1X NDS (or opposite)

Well, for some reason my spoke length calculations were a bit short. I built and tensioned up my 50mm carbon rim with 2.0/1.8/2.0 spokes and 12mm nipples. With tension a bit high on the ds (130-135) the spoke threads just disappear into the 'neck' of the nipple, meaning I dont' have full thread eng ... Read More »

Minoura ds-2100 tancho esse bike stand

Im looking for a way to store bike vertically against a wall with wheels parallel to wall. I came across this option from Minoura. Does anyone have any experience with this bike stand? ThanksRead More »

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