It's simply a recon mission.
I would like to get some eyes-on experience with the stuff for future
purchases. Several times in the past, I've thought about Grizzly tools,
but as a touchy-feely type of guy, I passed. Down the road, I'm
probably going to buy a drum sander, so that's my main focus. While I
can get plenty of information here, varying expectations and experience
levels usually get me to seek out first hand knowledge on large purchases.
Not to mention, "Any excuse to fly"...
Yup. In fact, I picked up my first-ever, tubeless flat this past
weekend, in three years of using them.
I've never been a _true_ downhiller though, more like a picker and
chooser while heading downhill. That real downhill race stuff is
Standing next to the course during pro races @ Mt. Snow, I've seen some
crashes that would curl your hair.
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