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GingaCal pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 3, 2015 at 7:00
Jul 3, 2015
Results: World Cup DH Lenzerheide - Qualifications
Judging by the first split, looks like Neko crashed somewhere up top. 8 seconds back but then on pace the rest of the way it seems. His timed training run was a good bit faster than the quali run.
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Jun 11, 2015 at 18:41
Jun 11, 2015
Jun 11, 2015 at 18:33
Jun 11, 2015

Rocky Mountain Altitude

$1500 USD
Selling my 2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude 730 with tons of upgrades. Converted to 1x10 with a Raceface Narrow Wide ring up front and a E13 extended range 42 tooth cog in the rear. Also upgraded the handlebars to the Kore Mega's, much lighter and a bit wider than the stock bars, as well as spank grips. Replaced the Elixir 3's with Shimano SLX's. Saddle upgraded to a Specialized Phenom Ti rails. Also has a brand new front rim Fork: X Fusion Sweep 150mm Shock: Fox CTD 150mm Wheels: Sun ringle inferno 27 front 25 rear laced to Sram hubs Cranks: Sram Drivetrain: X5 shifter X9 type 2 clutch derailleur Raceface Narrow Wide 34 tooth ring up front with an E13 42 tooth in the back Handlebars: Kore Mega Stem: Raceface Brakes: Shimano SLX Tires: Geax Goma rear Continental Mountian King Front Grips: Spank $1500 would prefer to sell local, but will ship on buyers dime. US only please. Any questions please ask. Serious buyers only please. Thank you for looking!

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Apr 9, 2015 at 21:11
Apr 9, 2015
Apr 9, 2015 at 21:09
Apr 9, 2015

DT Swiss 340 laced to Mavid EX 325 Disc rim (Rear only)

$130 USD
Dt Swiss 340 hub laced to Mavic EX 325 rim. The hub bearings are in fantastic condition and roll perfectly smooth. Rim is 100% true, and there are absolutely no dings. This wheel is solid. It's a great wheel if you never want to have to true a rear wheel again. This ad is for a rear wheel only. $130. Open to offers, but buyer pays shipping. US only please. Thanks.

GingaCal sevenidp's article
Apr 2, 2015 at 12:31
Apr 2, 2015
7iDP Protection Collection 2015
The control knee pads are on point. Light, comfortable, and they don't slide down your leg at all even throughout a full day of DH.
GingaCal mikelevy's article
Mar 6, 2015 at 7:05
Mar 6, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Do You Do Trail Work?
We have a spot 2 minutes from us with jumps and a pumptrack. When we first started digging there, not many people knew about it and not many people rode there. After a year and a half of working multiple times a week after classes are finished, the jumps and pumptrack are in the best condition they've ever been in, and yes, you guessed it, people decide to show up and ride everything like it just appeared there magically. It's pretty frustrating that some of the people just show up and start riding WHILE we are digging. That's probably the most disrespectful thing you can do. It takes all of my self restraint not to flatten their face with my shovel. "Woops, didn't see you there. I was busy working on the jumps you are riding...". Unless you have spent tons of time on your own spot, you'll never fully understand what goes into building a set of trails.
GingaCal spokeapparel's article
Feb 25, 2015 at 8:01
Feb 25, 2015
Gravity East Series Under New Management, 2015 Downhill and Dual Slalom Schedule Announced
I'm not really sure how it would help those with full time jobs and families either... Wouldn't it be easier to travel to races during the summer for everyone, families included? All races are on weekends. Not sure I understand what you're getting at, but I'll see everyone at the slalom race in June, haha.
GingaCal spokeapparel's article
Feb 25, 2015 at 5:03
Feb 25, 2015
Gravity East Series Under New Management, 2015 Downhill and Dual Slalom Schedule Announced
Long break? You mean the entire summer? I literally won't be able to do any of the races because they're all happening while I'm away at college...
Feb 18, 2015 at 19:14
Feb 18, 2015

Rocky Mountain Flow DJ with Chris King rear wheel

$1100 USD
For sale I have a 2014 Rocky Mountain Flow Pro DJ. I bought it last winter and rode it a good bit last winter, and this fall, but not much during the summer. I haven't gotten to ride it much this winter either with the weather that we've had. Other than some minor brake cable rub and a mark or two here and there, the bike is in mint condition and 100% ready to ride. The bike is pretty much stock, except I got a Chris King rear hub built up on a Stans Flow rim for the rear, which makes the bike so much better and more solid. Its a fantastic setup. Parts list: 2014 Rocky Mountain Flow frame size Medium (They only made medium and small frames that year. It would fit anyone from 5' 5" and up. I'm 6'2" and don't have a problem at all) Manitou Circus Pro with rebound, compression, and lockout adjustments, and air assist. Chris King rear hub laced to a Stans Flow rim in the rear, and a sun ringle inferno wheel up front. Raceface Respond handlebars and Stem Rocky Mountain DJ grips (I can put new SRAM or Peaty grips on if the price is right) Avid Elixir Brakes Front and Rear Continental Race King 2.2 front and rear tires Stock pedals, exact same thing as Deity Compound pedals Stock BMX cranks and chainring. Weight is pretty good for a Chromoly frame, somewhere around 26 or 27 I think. Let me know if you have any questions. US only please. Thanks!

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