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$500 USD
Sweet DJ bike... I dont use it. You should buy it. Hit me up for details, or look it up on their webite its bone stock other than the renthal fatbars on the bike.

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Jun 30, 2015

Stumpjumer FSR Comp 29

$1600 USD
2012 SPECIALIZED STUMPJUMPER FSR COMP 29'r Bike is great condition! Frame size Large! Meticulously maintained and has never been hosed off to clean. The bike is pretty much stock with a few vital upgrades. The upgrades are; tubeless wheel setup, Specialized Command Post dropper with 75mm of drop-adjustability, SRAM X9 rear hub, 4 piston calipers with carbon levers AVID XO TRAIL brakes with new pads, 203mm front rotor & 180mm rear rotor... no shortage of stopping power! Please don't waste my time with ridiculous offers, they WILL NOT be entertained. This bike will shred any trail you put underneath it, and it does not need to have high end parts to make it BADASS! That's the riders job! Below is a full spec list... Frame- size Large, 29" geometry, tapered HT, PF30 BB, ISCG ’05, 142mm dropouts, 130mm travel Rear shock- Custom Fox Triad II with AUTOSAG, custom on-the-fly 3-position compression switch 1) Lock out 2) Open 3) ProPedal, rebound adjust Fork- Fox Evolution F130 RL, open bath damper, tapered steerer, Lockout and rebound adjust with a 15mm thru-axle, 130mm travel Brakes- Avid XO Trail 4 piston brakes with Carbon levers (new pads front and rear with extra set) Shifters- SRAM X7 2x10 Derailleurs- Front, SRAM X7 direct mount. Rear, SRAM X9 mid cage Cassette- SRAM PG-1030 10 speed 11-36t Crankset- SRAM S-1250 alloy XC Trail double chainring PF30 spindle Stem- Truvativ 70mm 5 degree 31.8mm clamp Bars- Specialized flat bar 7050 alloy 750mm wide Wheels– Specialized Roval 29 alloy 26mm wide 32 hole. Ft hub-Specialized Hi Lo 15mm thru axle. R hub- SRAM X9 12x142 thru axle. Wheels are setup Tubeless Tires- Front, Specialized 29x2.3" Butcher. Rear, MAXXIS 29x2.25" Ardent. Both have plenty of tread left. Saddle- Specialized Henge Comp Cr-Mo rails 143mm width

NorthcountyAM paulaston's article
Jun 26, 2015 at 12:01
Jun 26, 2015
Orbea Occam 2016: First Look
I honestly thought that would of been the #1 comment
Jun 7, 2015 at 20:46
Jun 7, 2015

Santa Cruz Nomand C

$6000 USD
If your are shopping for a Nomad then you know the deal. Enduro this, climb that, BLAH BLAH BLAH. I drank the koolaide and built an XL....against my better judgement. 2 months later it still feels too big. So, time to go. Here is whats on it. Frame Material: Carbon CC Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 160mm Solo Air Shock: Rockshox Monarch+ Debonair Rear Dérailleur: Sram X11 11sp Shifters: Sram X11 11 sp Crankset: Raceface Six C Cinch Cranks 175mm Bottom Bracket: RaceFace threaded Cassette: Sram X01 Cassette Chain: SRAM 11 speed Brakes: Sram Guide RSC with centerline rotors, 200 f, 180 r Headset: Cane Creek 40 series tapered Bars: Tuvative Steve Smith Blackbox, 780mm 30mm rise Stem : Truvative (not the cheap one) Grips: Sensus, DIS DA BOS Wheelset: Custom laced Derby Carbon 40mm Wide hoops to Industry nine classic hubs w/XD Driver Front Tire: Maxxxis Minion DHF, 2.3 Tubeless Rear Tire: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.3 Tubeless Seat Post: Rockshox Reverb Stealth, 150mm travel Saddle: WTB volt hit me up if you have any questions.

NorthcountyAM mikekazimer's article
Jun 3, 2015 at 23:02
Jun 3, 2015
Opinion: The Dirtbag Life
When I was 20 I was a dirtbag, when I was 25 I realized chicks liked guys that actually had their shit together, now I'm 30 with 2 kids and wife. I have fond memories of the dirt bag life. But all the joy and freedom doesn't compsre to watching you own flesh and blood learn to ride a bike. Oh, btw, I'm still a dirt bag... Ride at least four days a week and hold down a solid job. Stay in school, hustle hard.
NorthcountyAM pinkbikeaudience's article
May 19, 2015 at 21:04
May 19, 2015
NorthcountyAM pinkbikeaudience's article
May 19, 2015 at 20:40
May 19, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: How Much is my Bike Worth, Can my Wheel be Saved and What Bike to Ride at Forest of Dean
@ecologist, you are right, I have been fortunate to be able to provide for my family as well as have that luxury of flipping bikes on a yearly basis. But, just to clear up my point... For me it was strictly a cost analysis. I apologize if I came across as elitist, that was never my intent.
NorthcountyAM ejopdahl's video
May 19, 2015 at 17:16
May 19, 2015
Rad... 4Gs?

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