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To ask other readers questions about A New Look at Geometry , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about A New Look at Geometry. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jan 08, Bob Ardis rated it it was amazing. Well written very broad view of geometry. Basic high school geometry background required. And patience. The ideas are not particularly difficult, per se, just counter-intuitive at times; some effort is needed to unlearn misconceptions. And then the light bulb goes on!!
The introduction is a better summary than I can give. I find myself going back for reviews of various topics and approaches. Sep 18, Alexia M. It wasn't a bad book, but it wasn't what I was looking for. I bet this bike is a hoot. Get stronger and stop worrying about how much your bike weighs. TheJD Jul 2, at New look? Looks just like the other 3 bikes. Medacus Jul 2, at But but but Away and look at the old Hightower then come back and comment.
They just released 4 identical looking bikes. PauRexs Jul 2, at Even the most advanced PBikers will have trouble to identify the model and the name on the mountain when you see a SC those days Either that or they have the best marketing Specialized may be trending in EMTBs. Their bio-mtb-section is not as cutting edge anymore I know that's not everything but the Evo is closer to this bike than the regular Stumpy.
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SnowshoeRider4Life Jul 2, at Calkodawg They might have similar travel, but the geo is wildly different, they're made for very different purposes. New Ripmo will be closer to Megatower in travel I hear. Brookes Jul 2, at Enduro did a test with most of those bikes at the end of last year.
The Ripmo came out on top, I'd love them to add the new Hightower to the comparison.
Also the devinci troy. Test rode that bike, its sick. Lifetime warranty on pivot bearings? Is this due to the people who buy Santa Cruz never actually riding and then getting a new bike each and every season? I just pulled Ht LT apart and noticed some slop in two bearings in the lower pivot, went onto the site put in my info and received all new bearings, seals, and caps for all of the pivots for free, including covering the shipping.
A few bucks a year for bearings won't dent the profit margin too badly. Nice to see SC following through with that There are probably 13 people in America that install them themselves. Everyone else goes in to the shop and has them do it. And while you are doing my bearings you might as well do a tune up and replace the reverb that has blown for the third time with a Transfer. The free bearings are nice. I recall they used to want a bearing exchange for some reason.
Unsure if they still do that.
Seems like a huge waste of resources. Just put all new bearings in every spot for free, nice.
About every year and a half, seems reasonable. No bearing exchange, ever. Fast and free shipping, check.
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Did them myself, free. Get a new Nomad every 3 or 4 years, play a dentist on TV. Threw away the reverb after 3 warranty repairs, installed a transfer and wolf tooth lever. Never ride? I guess we will wait and see if my Return to earth 30 day entry gets stamped but thanks for judging.
Well that should cover everything on this topic, thanks Santa Cruz. TSR Jul 3, at Upduro Jul 2, at Or you can get a Knolly Fugitive, and have an alloy bike that weighs 3 lbs less than the Alloy S build or same weight as the carbon S build santa cruz Knolly knocked it out of the park with the burly, efficient, affordable alloy Fugitive. The Megatower does fit a coil and X2.
The Bronson can fit an X2 or coil on the larger frames. And looking at the Hightower in person, that shock tunnel is definitely smaller than all of its lower link brethren. Shartriloquist Jul 2, at Sounds like a 29er gateway drug for Bronson riders. TheLittleFox Jul 2, at Hightower vs Occam?
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Price wise it's a clear win for the Occam. NateMob Jul 2, at The Occam is at the top of my list now. Jaguar83 Jul 2, at Jaguar83 : took a minute. It's coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere. TheLittleFox Jul 3, at Jaguar83 : I'm still trying to find out I have the desert color Nomad and my friends call it the prosthetic limb.
I guess I'll have two. I guess ill keep riding my current bike. This looks rad. But, using my own formula that is no way backed by any actual science I have this theory that for every degree that a seat angle increases, the reach needs to increase by 20mm to compensate. If it doesn't, the newer model will feel more cramped and shorter than the previous one when seated.
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Hightower V1 had a This new model has a seat tube angle of That's a 2. I'm super tall, so this really matters to me. It's frustrating to see this new bikes with mm of reach but then a degree seatube angle and my knees still smacking the bars when cornering. Just my opinion! I'd still love to try one.