Getting experiMENTAL with the Esker Japhy – Reviewing my Modified Japhy

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How does my experiMENTAL Japhy ride now? I've changed the bars, seat post, seat angle, wheels, and a few other things. These modifications dropped the weight down to 30.4 lbs. Not bad! Esker has some noteworthy features packed into the Japhy: quad butted tubing, slack head angle, external cable routing, modern reach, mounts for a ton of bags, adjustable chainstays (able to go singlepseed), room for 29+ (on paper), and a great price. Note: the price has increased since the date this video was filmed. For the latest price, build, availability, and information, go here: Learn more about the 9point8 Forehead here: Do you need help choosing your next bike? Become a patron today for one-on-one bike consultation: Other gear I use: Lab Austere hip pack: - code "Hardtail.Party" 25% off Handup Gloves: - use discount code "HARDTAILPARTY" My shop tools: My glasses: My tire sealant: What's in my water bottles (Tailwind): My hooded sun shirt: Milwaukee Inflator. I love this thing! Presta adapter: 20% off all Club Ride Apparel using code "hardtailparty20" - 5% off all RSD bikes using code "party" - - Ryan Leech Connection: $19 off - coupon code "hardtailparty"​ - any time you shop on amazon using this link, it helps me. Note: some of my links are affiliate links. That means I get a small commission on purchases made using these links. You don't pay anything extra, but it helps support the channel. If you've learned something from my videos, consider using the affiliate links above.

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