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MadJeeperCJ5 MadJeeperCJ5's photo
Jun 26, 2014 at 17:29
Jun 26, 2014
29.5 pounds with the heavy pedals.

Apr 18, 2014 at 14:40
Apr 18, 2014

Morewood Jabula - size large - black - mint

$3200 CAD
2013 Morewood Jabula, black, size large (will fit rider from 5' 10'' to 6' 2'' depending on stem length). The frame is fully protected with clear 3m scotchgard protective film. This bike is in mint condition and was assembled and maintained by a world cup mechanic. It features split pivot suspension with CaneCreek's famous Dbair shock, a 2014 RCT3 Dual Position Air (DPA) Pike in diffusion black is up front with 160mm of travel. Industry Nine new torch trail 32 wheels, light and stiff at 1490gr for the pair with 120 points of engagement for almost instant engagement when powering over tricky stuff. Full XX1 drive train, Reverb post and wide raceface cockpit via SixC carbon bars and a 50mm atlas stem. MRP micro chain guide for those OH SHIT moments. This bike is an amazing all arounder, loads of traction on climbs and under braking, agile and stable at high speeds. Tweek the shock's adjustments to get top DH or AM performance. I will trow in the sale an extra pair of maxxis tires, a full wheel bearing kit and spare spokes. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I'm not interested in trades of any kind. I will ship within the continent. I accept paypal and could consider COD within Canada. Shipping is at buyer's expense. 2013 Morewood Jabula, black, size large, with CaneCreek Dbair shock and low speed adjuster lever 2014 RockShox Pike 160mm RCT3 Diffusion black (about 5 days of riding on it) Industry Nine Torch trail 32 silver wheels X0 silver brakes, with 180mm HSX discs XX1 cranks with ceramic BB, North Shore Billet 29T direct mount chain ring, and Race Face red crank boots XX1 derailleur XX1 Cassette 10T-42T XX1 Chain XX1 trigger with MMX Reverb 30.9 125mm X 420mm seat post SDG formula FXR saddle with solid Ti rails Straitline red seat clamp Race Face atlas 50mm stem Race Face SixC carbon 770mm wide bars Maxxis High roller lust 2.35 front tire Maxxis Ignitor lust 2.35 rear tire

Apr 18, 2014 at 13:56
Apr 18, 2014

Morewood Shova - size small - mint - custom

$2150 CAD
Here it is, a mint lady ridden 2010 Morewood Shova size small (will fit 5' 1'' to 5' 5'' rider depending on stem lenght). The color is custom gun metal gray, professionally powder coated with fresh stickers in 2013. This frame was bought at the end of the 2011 season and was fully rebuilt in 2013 with almost all 2013 components (stem (2011), headset (2011), fork (2012) and reverb (2012) where reused). The frame is also fully protected with clear 3m scotchgard tape. It features a custom pair of Industry Nine ultralight wheels in purple ano, 1430gr for the pair (msrp 1500$ new). These wheels are fast, light, stiff and feature 120 points of engagement, this means an almost instant engagement when pedaling over tricky obstacles. This bike is in mint condition and was assembled and maintained by a world cup bike mechanic. I will include with the sale a new complete set of frame and wheel bearings. I will also trow in a spare pair of maxxis tires, spare spokes and a spare drop out. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I'm not interested in trades of any kind. I will ship within the continent. I accept paypal and could consider COD within Canada. Shipping is at buyer's expense. Price is pretty firm and priced to go. 2010 Morewood Shova size Small frame with RP23 Kashima shock. 2012 Fox 32 talas fork Industry Nine ultralight wheels with Stan's 355 rims. (2012 wheels bought new in 2013) Reverb seat post 30.9 355mm X 100mm X0 silver triggers with MMX X0 silver Type 2 rear derailleur X0 silver brakes with HSX discs X0 silver AM carbon cranks with carbon bash, 22T/36T rings and raceface gray crank boots X9 front derailleur Shimano SLX 11-36 cassette SRAM PC1091 hollow pin chain (new never ridden) FSA Gravity light stem 70mm CaneCreek forty series ZS 44 headset. ODI ruffian grips Race Face atlas AM bars 715mm wide Straitline seat clamp Hope rear QR San Marco aspid glamour Ti saddle Maxxis Highroller lust 2.35 front Maxxis Ignitor lust 2.35 rear

MadJeeperCJ5 urteam's article
Jan 10, 2014 at 18:52
Jan 10, 2014
Video: Snowscoot It!
Yeah yeah I know, this looks weird and bla bla bla... but lets try to clear things out for you guys. Snowscooting is pretty big in europe. The snowscoot is originated from the Southern part of the French alps. Invented in 1991, It's inventor is Frank Petoud and he currently owns Insane Toys snowscoot. First snowscoots in north america 1996. What you're seeing in this video is a Black Mountain snowscoot, this is a full suspension variation of the original. There are 2 types, rigid frames and full suspension frames. Also different length boards and stiffnesses. Ranging from 1200$ to 3200$. Early generations are made out of chromo steel. Mostly made out of aluminum now. There is a few super high ends made out of Ti and fancy aerospace grade chromo. Riding feels a lot like AM biking, pumping the muggles like you would do on a bike. You can bunny hop like on a bike. With the right setup and a gifted rider, it can be pretty agile. I wouldn't say it's has agile as skis in the super tight and steep stuff, but otherwise it's fast and fun. I own both skis and a snowscoot and like them both as much.
MadJeeperCJ5 skylinestudios's article
Nov 12, 2013 at 19:21
Nov 12, 2013
Video: Through the Fall V2
Big props to these guys for getting this great video together AND for show casing some of the finest spots to ride in VT. I live about 45mins north of the US / VT border (Bromont Canada area) and I have to admit I spend a lot of time in VT riding every year. Great cider and a lot of local micro brews for cheap... can't go wrong! MTBVT all the way.
MadJeeperCJ5 bellum's photo
Apr 17, 2013 at 22:06
Apr 17, 2013
C'est où?

MadJeeperCJ5 mikelevy's article
Apr 4, 2013 at 11:01
Apr 4, 2013
Riding RockShox's New 2014 Pike - First Look
Where's mine?? I want one for my Jabula...
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