Here's your modern mountain bike bro
>>1705572Nice but where is my uphill steed?
>>1705576Look at that gearing bro you can climb a vertical wall with this badboy.
>>1705576Just lock out the suspension wirelessly from your $500 wahoo head unit
>>1705572>aluminum>wireless everything but frame still has holes for cables>only 500mm of fork travelEnjoy your failcycle, I guess.
>>1705572comes with a bag of hot cheetos
>>1705579Not with the low gears having a different chain pitch you can't.
>>1705581They're not holes for cables. They're speedholes.
>>1705572Where the pedals at? Is this a new state of the art pedal system where you wear shoes with built in pegs that attach sideways?
> Adult men who make Instagram accounts for bicycle memesabout as cool and funny as the joke emails my grandmother used to forward to me
>>1705743Di2 drivetrain, no pedals or chain required
>>1705743>new state of the art pedal system where you wear shoes with built in pegs that attach sideways?hey wait a minute…
>>1705743It's shimano's new flatless pedal system
>>1705743You stick your big toe in the hole
Why isn't the seatpost wireless?
>>1706012Also the crank.
>>1706060No, they're there so you have more surface area for stickersDon't forget>+5hp per sticker
>>1705572It needs an electric motor so you don't get tired on the ride from the car to the ski lift
>>1706482would buy if they were slide instead of thong
>>1706482always wanted a bit more ventilation in my shoe>>1706488>tfw no SPD crocs
>>1706482>lightest pedal/footwear combination on the marketAlso the heaviest one. And the only one.
can someone please post that picture of that meme bikepacking set up with bottle cages on the spokes?
>>1705572Four antennas? Please explain this sorcery to a neophyte.
Di2 isn’t really a big thing in mountain biking, combining that shimano text with the totally obvious truvativ cranks and sram cassette, derailleur and shifters doesn’t make much senseAlso the modern meme is mullet wheelsize, pure 27.5” wheels isn’t fash anymore
>>1707419It's a mullet drivetrain
>>1705572Nah. That cassette probably weighs about 150 lbs. That's too much weight to lug around on the trail.
>>1705743I don't know either man. I think pedals where you click your shoes in are an awful idea in the first place.