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Polaris Ranger Men's Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels)
The Polaris Ranger combines a Shimano? 21-speed drive-train, front and rear V-brakes, Alloy rims and knobby all-terrain tires, all mounted to a sturdy steel dual-suspension frame to make a winning combination. Available in 26" wheel and 24" wheel boys and girls styles.
This 26-inch women's mountain bike from Polaris is perfect for all of your adventures, both on- and off-road. With Shimano's dependable 21 speed Tourney gearing and SRAM grip shifters, hitting the dirt trail or bike path is fun, comfortable, and easy. The durable steel hardtail frame and front suspension fork offer a smooth ride on the bumpy singletrack.
Features & Specifications:
26-inch men's mountain bike
Steel hardtail frame
Non-adjustable front suspension; 50mm travel fork
Alloy wheels; 26 by 1.5 inches
Innova all-terrain tires; 26 by 1.95 inches
Shimano Revo twist shifters
Shimano TZ31 front derailleur
Shimano Tourney rear derailleur
MTB type pedals and saddle
Steel handlebars MTB; 30 mm rise
Steel stem; 25 degree rise; 100 mm
Steel threaded headset; 1 inch
Linear pull rear brake
Shipping Weight: 30 pounds
The Clockwork Orange
This is my fixie. Photo taken in 2003 when it was brand new.
It's an 1970's Raleigh mixte frame that I got from a neighbour but I've replaced almost every bit of it.
- Budget Suzue flip-flop hub on the rear.
- Small flange Shimano hub from an old wheel on the front. Put a solid axle in for security.
- Shwalbe Marathon tyres on Alesa Endeavour rims.
- Lightweight stem from a sale and Profile Airwing bars.
- Original brake on the front, still works well.
- Seatpost from another sale and an uncomfortable saddle from my bits box.
- SPD pedals on the end of the original cottered crankset.
- Headset and bottom-bracket are original (with new balls).
- Painted it bright dayglow orange (the colour's called Kaos Orange: 89p a can in the Halfords sale).
- Took the rack and mudguards from another old bike. Had to make some wee brackets and braze them onto the seat-stays to mount the rack. (One braze on has snapped in the last year, now secured with a cable tie.)
- Shiny new chrome horn to finish it off. Poop poop! (This got nicked within a year. Poo poo!)
The gearing's a leisurely 48*21 and used to carry me 8.5 miles each way into Aberdeen every day.
I might replace it for next winter (it's getting a bit rusty, and the chainline's never been right).
77 Marty NUTT
Castlerock's Marty Nutt enjoyed a profitable two races at Cadwell Park over the Bank Holiday weekend where he was competing in round 9 of the British Supersport Championship. The nutttravel.com/Dawn/K&G rider scored points in both of his outings and ended the weekend with one of his best rides of the season, 9th, after fighting his way strongly through the field.
Having qualified in 13th place for Sunday's 'Sprint' race, a strong start saw Marty end the first lap in 14th place and here he remained for the next two laps as he battled it out with Pauli Pekkanen and Paul Young for 12th. However, on lap 4, he made a mistake exiting Chris Curve and the subsequent excursion onto the grass dropped him back down the order to 21st. Despite the considerable time lost, Marty dug deep and put in, arguably, one of his best rides of the season as he fought his way back through the pack. By lap 7, he was up to 19th and this soon became 17th as he overhauled both David Paton and Shaun Winfield. On the tenth lap he moved back into the points in 15th and he took the chequered flag two laps later in 14th, just half a second adrift of 12th. This then became 13th as Anthony Rogers was excluded from the results following a post-race inspection.
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