- Member since Aug 1, 2010
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- Bay Area , California
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I am a man who enjoys riding bicycles.
Bjammin bhawley's article
Aug 16, 2014 at 12:53Aug 16, 2014
Bjammin RichardCunningham's article
Aug 8, 2014 at 20:37Aug 8, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: Fatbike Racing is Inevitable
I feel like long, fatbike expedition races could be cool. Like an Iditarod type thing for bikes or something
Added 12 photos to Buysell-stuff
Aug 8, 2014 at 19:57Aug 8, 2014
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Aug 8, 2014 at 18:31Aug 8, 2014
Aug 8, 2014 at 18:28Aug 8, 2014
This is a used, but well taken care of, Norco Range. I'm only selling because it's a little bit small for me. 6'0'' and shorter should be perfect, but I'm pushing it at 6'1''. This bike rips. It is Under 30 lbs, but has 160mm travel of incredibly plush suspension front and back. Neither the fork or shock needs service. The bike gobbles up technical climbs and fire-road cruises, but also Rips the descents. The rear suspension has a very rearward axle path that gets out of the way of roots and rocks incredibly well. It eats up braking bumps and jumps very predictably. The Sun-Ringle wheels are super strong and light, and have never come out of true. the drivetrain is all XO with Ethirteen cranks and an MRP chainguide. I've never dropped a chain in 2 years. It is the last year they were made 26" instead of 650b. All Scratches are only cosmetic, and they're pictured. PARTS LIST: Tires: Specialized Hillbilly 2.3 (These are nearly new DH Tires, but can be switched for older Hutchinson Toros on request for something lighter) Wheels: Sun Ringle Charger Pro Fork: 2012 Rockshox Lyrik RC2DH. This is the biggest upgrade the bike has seen. $1200 new. Same Damping as the Boxxer, but in a single crown, light, and air-sprung. I LOVE This Fork. Shock: Fox Float, high volume air canister. Cranks: Ethirteen Chainring: FSA 36t Chainguide: MRP G2 SL Cassette: Sram pg990 Derailleur: Sram XO Carbon Short Cage Shifter: Sram XO Brakes: 2010 Shimano XT. They may be older than the rest of the bike, but they're the most reliable and good feeling brakes I've ever had. I'd pick these over brand new Avids in a heartbeat. Handlebars: Truvative Boobar 740mm Grips: Answer Seatpost: Thompson Elite Saddle: WTB Volt Pedals: Deity Decoy (a few pins are broken/missing but they still work fine)
Bjammin mikekazimer's article
Jun 30, 2014 at 0:41Jun 30, 2014
Santa Cruz Nomad - Review
I'm 6'1'' and the Large (not even XL) felt spot on to me. Maybe a slap in the face for anyone over like 6'5'' but I think the majority of riders will be very happy.
Bjammin sjoren's video
Jun 7, 2014 at 10:35Jun 7, 2014
Bjammin project529's article
May 17, 2014 at 7:31May 17, 2014
Bike Stolen? There's an App for That
Anybody thought of a little in-the-frame GPS device? "Find My iPhone" for bikes? I've gladly sacrifice 50 grams to be able to pull my bike's location up on my phone.
Bjammin mikekazimer's article
Apr 19, 2014 at 9:35Apr 19, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: Do You Have a Summer Road Trip Planned?
From San Francisco: 1. Ashland 2. Bend 3. Black Rock 4. North Shore 5. Whistler!
Video by SramMedia