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About HarpMudd

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    West Chester, PA
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    V8, KS16X (Pre-ordered)

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  1. New meeting spot. Fair mount waterworks parking lot.
  2. I'm hoping the Philly based folks see this and can all meet for the ride. @jas3 @Acturbo @Jerome @binks00 @Nimbus2000 @WenInPhilly @Roman Brenerbronfen @trya @Salvatore Patrone
  3. Ahh thanks for this info, I didn’t know that.
  4. The rule of thumb is that you should replace your helmet regardless of brand/model any time you crash (This includes the POC Coron Air Spin). Crashing (or even significantly denting) ruins the structural integrity therefore theoretically reducing the amount of protection the helmet provides. Did you ever notice that during flights, many people take their sport helmets with them along as carry-on? This is because many times when you check them in, they get banged around by baggage handlers and they get dented, thus making them less effective. TLD has a great reputation by mountain bike and motocross racers - their helmets have saved a lot of lives. If you look at Chooch's videos, he rides wearing both Fox and TLD helmets. There are a lot of great options and that POC was on my shortlist too. The main reason I chose the TLD stage was due to MIPS and good airflow.
  5. It’s been a bit harder to pull together larger group rides in Philly, hoping most see this and we can represent. It will be great to meet some of the DC crew! Thanks for putting this together.
  6. I’m in, May also want to post this in the Philly group! 👍
  7. I have a V8 and I get about 6-8 weeks before I have to add a little air. My weight is 145lbs/65kg and I ride at 32psi (2.2 bars).
  8. I just bought the TLD Stage as well. It feels very protective (w/ MIPS), but light and airy. It comes with additional foam inserts to further tweak the fit for your head size, but for me it fit perfect, right out of the box. This helmet has great air circulation once you get moving. It is indeed a little pricey, but the cost is still way cheaper then the damage and pain you will get in an accident.
  9. I have to agree with you there, probably only looks great when you first pull it out of the box. Faux carbon looks bad once you get your first scuff on it. I wouldn't be surprised if there would be matte black shells available for purchase in the future.
  10. Another positive review with different perspectives from Netmotive Italia. Recensione KS16X - Monoruota Elettrico Monowheel
  11. I could be wrong, I doubt anyone is going to sell their $2150 wheel and accessories with less than 100 miles on it for 45% off. $1900 is a pretty fair price.
  12. HarpMudd

    INMOTION V20 ??

    Very lame. Nothing even groundbreaking. It has specs somewhere in-between a MiniPro and a Ninebot S. Nobody even wants these anymore. Inmotion E2
  13. I'm definitely intrigued by this announcement. Maybe they will come out with a beast wheel with fat tire, 30mph and 70 mile range!
  14. From from I understand the the Chao Yang tire used in the pre-prod model is more of a plastic feeling tire. The CST will be a much better ride!
  15. Agreed! They are really taking the input from the community and making the improvements. I know it sucks to have a 3 week delay, but good to know that the reliability and experience will be greatly improved as a result!
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