Hwulex

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Hwulex paulaston's article
Feb 25, 2015 at 18:51
Feb 25, 2015
Madison/Saracen Myst Team DH Bike - iceBike* 2015
Ha. Glad I wasn't the only one to notice that.
Hwulex pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 21, 2015 at 16:45
Feb 21, 2015
2014 Photo of the Year - Round 3 Voting Starts Now
Pretty much the entire last round of voting went against my votes. Apart from Sean Lee.
Hwulex CamP1's article
Feb 15, 2015 at 8:47
Feb 15, 2015
21 DH Race Bike Checks - NZ National Champs 2015
TIL I run wider bars on my trail bike than most elite riders do on their DH bikes.
Hwulex mikekazimer's article
Feb 11, 2015 at 21:19
Feb 11, 2015
Opinion: Shiny Objects Aren't The Answer
I love mountain biking for all the same reasons. However, when you ride so much you beat your bikes to shˆt and it's cheaper to replace them every (other) year, than to swap-out all the broken or breaking parts, then I'll take a new bike thanks. That shiny new bike at the start of every season definitely resembles the one you romanticize about by the end of it though. Yeah bikes! Yeah Whistler trail riding!
Hwulex Laurence-CE's photo
Dec 2, 2014 at 19:46
Dec 2, 2014
Extra props for correctly spelling "en route". :tup:

Hwulex mikekazimer's article
Dec 2, 2014 at 15:10
Dec 2, 2014
Transition Scout 1 - Review
Well yeah, I guess I'm looking from the consumer point of view, not the workshop, so five minutes means nothing to me building my own bike, and I prefer the clean look it affords with no rattly ugly zip-tied cables running down the frame, all just tidily running internally. After running external under-the-down-tube cables on my Glory for a season I was stoked to get internal routing as the Giant was feckin eating through both brake and shifter cables.
Hwulex mikekazimer's article
Dec 1, 2014 at 19:01
Dec 1, 2014
Transition Scout 1 - Review
Disagree with all of you. It took me a few extra minutes to route my shifter, brake, and reverb hoses on my CovertCF but, thanks to the internal routing, I only had to change my shifter-outer once in two Whistler seasons as there's almost nothing exposed to break. I'm a big fan, and glad it's on this years' models too. Patrol can't arrive soon enough.
Added 6 photos to Bikes
Nov 22, 2014 at 19:55
Nov 22, 2014
Selling
Nov 22, 2014 at 19:51
Nov 22, 2014

Covert Carbon 1 Customized

$3500 CAD
Bike not ridden since end of August when I shattered my thumb in the park (riding DH bike) which has only recently been healed strong enough to work on the bike. Having spent majority of this season injured, it's really only done the one season last year, and not much riding this year at all, very sadly. http://www.transitionbikes.com/2013/Bikes_Covert26Carbon_1.cfm Bought as full-build Carbon Covert 1, but customized or recent work done as follows: Frame: Full strip, clean, polish, grease, rebuild from scratch. Bearings done at start of season. Fork: Fox 2013 36 RC2 FIT Kashima - arguably the last good fork Fox made. Full clean, rebuild, oil change for this listing. Butter. Shock: Fox 2013 Float CTD Adjust Kashima - full service, new seals and rebuild by Vorsprung Suspension, one ride since Bar: RaceFace SixC, brand new, uncut, never ridden Saddle: RaceFace Aeffect, brand new never ridden Grips: RaceFace Half Nelson, brand new never ridden (does include both end-caps, ha) Wheels: Both Haven re-tensioned by Arbutus Routes, never since ridden. Incredibly strong, and straight. Seatpost: Stealth Reverb service, rebuild, and new seals by Shawn "The Wizard" Cruickshanks, two rides BB: Truvativ PF30, two rides Cranks: SRAM XX1 Carbon + XX1 28T N/W, with RaceFace crankboots Mech: SRAM X9 Type II (clutch) short-cage Shifter: X9 Pedals: Shimano M530 SPD Trail pedal (included) Cables: Replacement full-length full outer and inner, two rides Rotors: Larger 200mm Hope floater front, Ice-Tech rear (can include original IT front) Tires: Schwalbe Rock Razor rear, one ride new; Hans Dampf front, only dozen or so rides Can supply Blackspire TrailX 26-32T Chainguide for $50 Could potentially upgrade drive-train for negotiable cost to all brand-new: XT shifter, XTR rear mech + 1up RAD cage, e13 42T cog, XT cassette, SRAM 104bcd spider, RaceFace 34T N/W. BUYER PAYS SHIPPING .

Hwulex RidingSpirit's article
Oct 12, 2014 at 11:25
Oct 12, 2014
Video: Moritz Brüggemann - Slippery Corners
Nice to see a kid getting sideways but actually keeping his feet on the pedals. Nice riding.
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