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Mitch7Yeti mikelevy's article
Apr 18, 2015 at 19:44
2 hours
Legit, Commencal, Mongoose - Sea Otter 2015
How about this- why just not ditch pressfit BB's altogether?
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Apr 18, 2015 at 13:39
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Mitch7Yeti brule's article
Apr 17, 2015 at 6:29
2 days
Day 1 Randoms - Sea Otter 2015
One year... One year I'll eventually get there. So much cool stuff.
Apr 11, 2015 at 9:28
Apr 11, 2015

KHS DJ200 Dirt Jumper- Priced To Sell!

$250 USD
Hey, I've got a 2006 KHS DJ200 for sale. I got it as a less expensive bike to mess around at parks on, but I'm way too accustomed to normal trail riding and DH and I never really got into dirt jumping. So, here it is for sale! It's in good shape overall, with no dents or cracks in the frame. The original owner, however, tried to raw the frame but only did part of the rear triangle, so it's missing some paint as seen in the photos. It's purely cosmetic though, and at $250 you're getting an amazing deal on a bike that rides perfectly. The drivetrain propels the bike, the brake stops it, the wheels spin true, and the fork takes the hits just like it's meant to. It's not a crazy adjustable or super high end bike, but it does what you need it to with no problems. The $275 is a firm price, and as you can tell by the specs list below, is very reasonable. Here's what it's got: Fork: Marzocchi Dirt Jam Comp Wheels: Weinmann XP-2002 Brake: Shimano Disc Bars: Truvativ Hussefelt Stem: Truvativ Hussefelt Saddle: WTB Speed V Tires: Maxxis Holy Roller Pedals: VP Components Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions. I'm happy to answer anything you may have, but please don't ask me if its still available and then not respond after that. If the ad is still up then it's still available. $275 is firm. Local sales preferred, but you pay shipping if you want it shipped. Thanks for looking!

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Apr 11, 2015 at 9:20
Apr 11, 2015
Mitch7Yeti SramMedia's article
Apr 8, 2015 at 17:34
Apr 8, 2015
RockShox Releases 2016 Product Updates
This go round it's the 15x110. Yes, it's been mentioned before, but that along with the XD driver and the Predictive Steering Hub in the past has me concerned. Just too expensive to keep up with for me dispite the fact it performs well.
Mitch7Yeti SramMedia's article
Apr 8, 2015 at 11:05
Apr 8, 2015
RockShox Releases 2016 Product Updates
Every time I hear another standard from them I lose a little respect.
Mitch7Yeti pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 7, 2015 at 21:36
Apr 7, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: XX1 Chain Problems, Type 2 Clutch Adjustment, Triple to Double Chainrings, and 60mm Direct-Mount DH Stems
A Type 2.1 will say "Type 2.1" where the old ones said "Type 2". Other than that they look the same. I'd guess the only difference between the two is internal.
Mitch7Yeti RichardCunningham's article
Apr 5, 2015 at 6:31
Apr 5, 2015
Opinion: Driving With Dad and the Boost Hub Standard
So if you need an 83mm BB with a 150mm rear hub, why does my brothers old V10 frame have a 150mm rear axle and a 73mm BB? Come on Trek....
Apr 3, 2015 at 17:29
Apr 3, 2015

Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Pro- Extremely Upgraded!

$1400 USD
Hey, I have an extremely custom 2009 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Pro for sale. It’s a size medium. I had the bike for a little bit, but a hardtail caught my eye and I figured that unfortunately having multiple full suspension bikes isn’t as practical as I’d like it to be. That said, this is a phenomenal bike that will serve someone very well for years to come. I’ve had most of the Stumpy’s made from 2004 through 2012 and I can honestly say that it’s the one model that has never left me wanting more. The bike is in perfect mechanical condition with suspension running smooth and working properly, wheels that spin true, brakes that work as they should, and a drivetrain that shifts perfectly. The bike has the standard wear you’d expect from a used bike but no big dents (one very very slight one that can be seen in the main photo on the downtube), cracks, or major scratches. Now, this isn’t just your standard Stumpy. This one has numerous upgrades that make it ride so much better than the already great bike it was. All parts that have been upgraded are noted below. Here’s the complete parts spec: Fork: 2011 Fox Float 32 (Big upgrade from the 2009 Talas) Wheels: Shimano XT (Another massive upgrade) Shock: Specialized w/ Brain (Works really well) Brakes: Avid X0 (Upgrade) Cranks: Shimano XT Rear Derailleur: SRAM XO (Upgrade) Shifters: SRAM XO (Upgrade) Front Derailleur: Shimano XT Cassette: Shimano XT Chain: KMC X9SL Gold (Upgrade) Bars: Truvitiv Noir Carbon World Cup (Upgrade) Stem: Sunline XC One (Upgrade Seat Post: Thompson Elite Saddle: Specialized Format SL 130 w/ Ti Rails Front Tire: Schwalbe Nobby Nic (Upgrade) Rear Tire: Kenda Slant Six (Upgrade) Seat Post Clamp: Salsa (Upgrade) Skewers: Salsa (Upgrade) Grips: Lizard Skins (Upgrade, Brand New) Bicycle Blue Book values this bike at $1,594, and that's only in good condition. Not only is this bike in better shape, but it has thousands in upgrades! If I've left anything out, let me know and I'll be happy get the info to you. Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions. I'm happy to answer anything you may have, but please don't ask me if its still available and then not respond after that. If the ad is still up then it's still available. NO LOW BALLERS, and not to be rude but I honestly don't care if you only have $1,000 for it, I won't consider it. (Anyone who has sold a bike on Pinkbike knows what I’m talking about) Serious questions or buyers only please. Should you want it shipped you MUST pay shipping and PayPal fees. Thanks for looking!

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