Jan 12, 2017 at 9:02Jan 12, 2017
I recently bought a 26" trials bike to see if I wanted to up my wheel size from my current 24". I rode it for about 15 rides and I just can't get used to the larger wheels. I have been riding for years on my 24" and I feel so much more confident on that bike. Let my mistake be your savings! I posted the link of the website where i purchased the bike so you can see stats and MSRP price. I also included a picture of the rear tire to show that it still has the extra rubber casing down the center of the tire, its that new! http://webcyclery.com/product/gu-26-bike-6216.htm
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Nov 29, 2016 at 16:02Nov 29, 2016
Conor Macfarlane, Mash-Up - Video
2:16 where is this gap over the train tracks??
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Oct 4, 2016 at 18:08Oct 4, 2016
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I hear the new Knolltree is sick!
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May 9, 2016 at 7:39May 9, 2016
May 9, 2016 at 7:34May 9, 2016
My Highball was just built up and has never seen any riding! This alloy assassin is a size Large with 29" wheels but weighing in at under 25 pounds, it's a do-it-all cross country corner carver that's up for any task. Getting to the summit won't be a problem on this mini-missle equipped with a 1x Shimano drivetrain coupled with a carbon bar and seatpost. The stiff set of DT Swiss 350 hubs laced into X392 hoops gives the rider the ability to enter corners at a higher speed and maintain faster mid-corner speeds. You can descend with the confidence of the Highball's big brother, the Santa Cruz V10, thanks to the inertia valve 90mm RockShox SID fork and traction-hungry 2.3 wide Maxxis tyres. When it's time to scrub off the excess speed from this purebred's effortless acceleration, the Shimano XT M785 brakes and centerlock 160mm XTR Freezer rotors are the perfect balance of power and control. 2016 Santa Cruz Highball Frame RockShox SID Fork with Brain Carbon Bars and Seatpost Saint Shifter and XTR Rear Derailleur XT Crank with Renthal 1X Narrow-Wide Chainring XT Brakes with 160mm XTR Rotors DT Swiss 350 Hubs laced to DT X392 Hoops Maxxis Ikon Rear and Maxxis Ardent Front (tubeless)
Apr 19, 2016 at 12:35Apr 19, 2016
I have a brand new 2016 Boxxer World Cup that is in the unopened, original box. Im not trying to make any money on it, bike industry prices are too high as it is. I just want to get what I paid for it. I didnt take pictures because its still taped up in the Rockshox box but if necessary I cant open it up and snap some pictures. The fork has black lowers.
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Mar 9, 2016 at 16:57Mar 9, 2016
Bernard Kerr: Queenstown Living 2.0 - Video
Bernie just fu*king that KTMs week up! Im impressed!
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Nov 5, 2015 at 8:29Nov 5, 2015
Nov 5, 2015 at 8:29Nov 5, 2015
I have had this bike for three seasons and it is nothing short of dialed. I have never had any issues with it and have only ever had to replace brake pads and the chain. It runs great and looks even better, you see a lot of DJ and Park bikes that get thrashed but that is definitely not the case here. I have taken special care to keep this entire machine running and looking immaculate. I have the build list below but if you have any other questions or would like and specific pictures, let me know! Build Spec: Rockshox Revelation 426 U-Turn Travel Adjust 85mm-130mm Sun Inferno 31 Hoops, DT Swiss Comp Spokes and DT Swiss 240s Rear Hub Schwalbe Table Top 26x2.25 Tires Shimano Zee 36t Crank (175mm) with Shimano XT BB and Specialized Benny Pedals Shadow Conspiracy Half Link White Chain Shimano Deore Hydraulic Brakes Front and Rear w/ Avid HSX 160mm Rotors Easton Aluminum Seatpost and Tioga D-Spyder Saddle Spank Spoon Stem, Truvativ Hussefelt Bars and Specialized Lock Ons
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Nov 5, 2015 at 8:11Nov 5, 2015
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