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MUST WATCH: Danny MacAskill, Cascadia - Video and Interview
Missing the good old squeaky brakes... though frightening enough as it is.
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FunnBOB TransitionBikeCompany's video
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Sep 29, 2014 at 11:08Sep 29, 2014
GoPro Hero 4 Revealed - 4K Video Resolution and Touchscreen LCD
Can't believe they did not add 240fps at 720p though... I would be much more excited about that, considering my computer can't even process the hero 3's 1080p properly :/
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Oct 4, 2013 at 3:00Oct 4, 2013
Added 5 photos to Bergamont-Evolve-57
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2007 Bergamont 5 series. Designed for All Mountain riding. Due to a series error (confirmed by Bergamont), a hairline crack appeared on the left rear chain stay. However, after contacting Bergamont, they offered to repair it in Switzerland. The frame repairs were done by professionals, and they offered lifetime warranty on the repaired section. Along with the perfectly functioning frame (as tested for 50km), I offer an X-Fusion o2 R shock, a threadless headset, and a tattoo seatpost. The shock was serviced by Bergamont during the repairs. All bearings are greased, and ready to go. I painted the repaired part myself, therefore its not too beautiful (turns out the best paint offered by the shop doesn't stick properly), however it has a zinc base to prevent corrosion (which luckily stuck perfectly). The frame size is 'L', for people up to 6'2". For a 6' person, its perfect, and lovely to ride. Unfortunately, I have switched to DH/FR, thus won't be needing the frame any longer.
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Newly purchased Bergamont Big Air 7.1. All components are unused, originating from 2011. Frame: Bergamont Big Air 7.1 Fork: Marzocchi 66 RCV (180mm travel, 1.5" neck) Shock: Fox Vanilla R Cranks: Truvativ Hussefelt Shifters: Sram X-7 F. Derailleur: Shimano SLX (2sp.) + E-Thirteen bash-guard R. Derailleur: Sram X-9 (9sp.) Casette: Sram 11-32 Brakes F. & B. : Avid Elixir 3. (203mm/203mm) Seatpost: SDG F. Hub: Tattoo (20mm Q.R.), 32h R. Hub: Tattoo (15mm Q.R.), 32h Rims: Alexrims FR32, DT spokes Tires: Maxxis Ardent 2.6 Bars: Nukeproof Warhead 760 - 9° back-sweep, 6° up-sweep, 38mm rise I have test ridden the bike for approximately 5km. There are some cosmetic issues on the rear tubes originating from chain slap, due to customers trying it at the store. Other than that, everything is in perfect condition. Will consider trade for enduro bike.
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Aug 22, 2013 at 10:19Aug 22, 2013
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