Retailers in New Zealand
Retailers in New Zealand. These good guys & gals will have a range of our bikes and products in store and ride them too
213 Dominion Rd, Mt. Eden, Auckland 1024
09 630 6940 planetcycles.co.nz
33 Barry's Point Road, Takapuna, North Shore 0622, Auckland
09 489 5494, 0800 KIWIVELO, firstname.lastname@example.org
K Road, Auckland 1010
09 309 6444, email@example.com
1133 Pukuatua St, Rotorua
07 343 9372, firstname.lastname@example.org, bikeculture.co.nz
Central Bicycle Studio
69 Walding Street, Palmerston North, 4414
06 358 6151, email@example.com, centralbicyclestudio.co.nz
93 Aro Street, Aro Valley, Wellington
04 385 0398, mountainbikingwellington.com
Cnr Rutherford & Bridge Street, Nelson 7010
03 548 4999, firstname.lastname@example.org
206 Wordsworth St, Sydenham, Christchurch 8023
03 366 3773, email@example.com, scottybrowns.com
1 Picton Ave & Blenheim Road, Tower Junction, Addington, Christchurch 8011
03 365 2178, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Forge Building, Cnr Camp & Shotover Streets, Queenstown 9300
03 409 0409, email@example.com
99 Ardmore Street, Wanaka 9305
03 443 7882, firstname.lastname@example.org, racersedge.co.nz
70 Stuart St, Dunedin 9016
03 474 1211, email@example.com
Friday, January 29, 2010
Moron the Santa Cruz blog;
What do you mean I haven't update my blog for a while? Yes, I'm going to do it......you should check out the results for the Nelson MTB cup round, some podium hogging by NZ Santa Cruz riders there, more info here;
Oh yeah, I thought I should get my blog's hit count up so if you're looking for Apple Ipad info, click here;
Monday, January 25, 2010
Thanks heaps for your great help Nic and very sorry you weren’t able to focus on reeling me back in. Looking forward to the next race without distractions! ;)
Mike Northcott won by a wheel length to Cabin!
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Manufacturers, operation systems, providers, phone plans etc.......I just want to ring people, answer the phone and maybe check my email when I'm away.
Or maybe I need some Ninja's?
Yeap, how do I get a Ninja phone......oh not available in NZ. That sux.
Saturday, January 16, 2010
Thanks to Tony Hutcheson for the pictures.
Harper had a fantastic result for her first XC Pro-Elite race, with a 3rd place finish. The other surprise result was Amy Liard (who has made the transion from DH to XC), seemed to control the race from the start and took the win.
Monday, January 11, 2010
Yesterday I had my first race of 2010! It was just a ‘little’ shock to the system, yeah right ;) But there is nothing like a bit of pain and suffering to get back to reality.
It was a pretty big field that gathered to do the first of the series of three races here at Whakarewarewa forest which was great. And there were quite a few girls amongst it too, so good to see!
It was a good hard race with a good pace and Nic Leary pushing me along for the big part of the race, thanks for a great race Nic!
I didn’t have a good start but managed to ride my way back up the field bit by bit to finish 15th overall and 1st women.
The thing that was missing was some more single track, the distance we covered on the gravel roads unfortunately was quite a bit longer then the distance through single trail, I am looking forward to more fun single trails in the next race. 'got my fingers crossed' ;)
It has been a fantastic summer so far with very little rain and pretty hot temperatures which shows in the rather dusty trails and you could tell by looking at the rides coming over the finish line, everyone was covered in dust it looked very funny. What a shame I don't have a photo of this to show you.
Congratulations to Dirk Peters who rode a fantastic race and cleaned up!
And Carl Jones got 3rd, awesome effort!
Wednesday, January 06, 2010
• 160mm of rear wheel travel.
• DW Link Suspension.
• 26″ Wheels.
• Weight for the frame and shock, size large: 6.3 lbs, 2.86Kg.
• 67 degree head angle with a 160mm fork.
• Polycarbonate down tube cable guard.
• Chain stay length: 17.125″.
• 12 x 135mm Maxle rear axle.
• Post mount magnesium left dropout, carbon right dropout.
• Compatible with the new tapered steerer standard: 1 1/8th hidden upper, 1.5 traditional lower.
• Compatible with both Chris King InSet and Cane Creek Frustum headsets.
• If you want to run your current straight 1 1/8″ fork, we’ve got you covered too. We will have an adapter available, and you will be able to use a King headset top and bottom.
• 2.35″-2.55″ rear tire depending on brand and height of cornering knobs.
• Dual row angular contact bearings in the front of the lower link that have less play than standard sealed bearings. Preload adjustment is not necessary. Large 28mm x 15mm x 7mm radial bearings in the rear for stiffness and long wear.
• The leverage ratio, like the Mojo and Mojo SL is designed for air shocks. The Mojo HD comes with a 8.5″ x 2.5″ Fox RP23. A DHX air will work on all but the small size. A coil shock is not offered because the linkage rates weren’t designed for it. We lowered the top tube to get slightly better standover than the regular small mojo while having a higher BB because of the longer travel (we managed to retain the DHX air compatibility in 3 of the 4 sizes).
• The Bottom Bracket height is 13.8″-14″ depending on tires.
• Front derailleur (if you use one) and adjustable seatpost housing (if you use one) run along the top tube.