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Aug 15, 2016 at 14:06Aug 15, 2016
Aug 15, 2016 at 14:05Aug 15, 2016
Title says just about all! Post is in great shape, slider is in flawless shape and i just had a complete rebuild done on it. All new seals and the works; No play in any direction. Left hand above bar lever.
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Jul 13, 2016 at 20:32Jul 13, 2016
Favorite Tools of the Mechanics - EWS Round 4, La Thuile, Italy
Yes. Take all your crescent wrenches and throw them out. These guys know what's up because those Knipex pliers are rad!
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Jul 1, 2016 at 8:57Jul 1, 2016
Jul 1, 2016 at 8:56Jul 1, 2016
For sale are my Industry Nine Torch Trail wheelset. 24 spoke, XD Driver, 142x12 rear, 100x15 front, 29er. They're a bit narrow by todays standard; 23.4mm Internal width, but i still had 2.3's on them and just ran a bit higher pressure. Wheels are in great shape, just one small ding in the rear as shown in the pictures. It's a little hard to clean the tight corners in the hub so that's why it's still dirty. Wheels spins true and smooth. Previous owner just put in new bearings in the rear. I bought these used as like a race day wheelset but i got injured and only did like 2 races and a handful of rides on these. Then i healed up and got a new bike and these wheels won't work any more! I was a bit skeptical about beleiving the hype about these wheels but these things are baller. Best wheelset i've owned and i will probably be buying another set. They look good, sound good and feel good... and they're stupid light! I could never seem to build a stiff enough wheelset for my 29er but these are the stiffest 29er wheels i've ridden. Satisfaction guarenteed, these are the wheels you want!
SirShmoopy vernonfelton's article
Jun 20, 2016 at 21:49Jun 20, 2016
Race Face Chester Pedal - Review
"Pin architecture" We're gettin' serious now!
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Jun 2, 2016 at 10:40Jun 2, 2016
Jun 2, 2016 at 10:40Jun 2, 2016
I have for sale my Ibis Hakkalugi cross bike. Frame is 53cm, top tube is 54cm, rest of the geo can be found on Ibis's website. 31.6 seat tube, 1 1/8 straight headtube, Non-disc (You don't need disc brakes!), 130mm rear spacing, ENVE CX fork. No rack mounts but you do get two bottle mounts. I raced a bunch of cross on this bike but am not really racing cross anymore and am building up another bike so i gotta let this one go. Perfect for any cyclocross endeavours or gravel bike adventures you can dream of. It even has clearance for big gravel tires (I've fit 40c WTB tires in, but you gotta make sure your rims are true). WARNING: YOU MIGHT GET RAD WITH THE DROPPER POST. Hop barriers, rail corners, send it, F-Yeah! 100mm Crankbros dropper is the best thing ever on a cross bike. Post has some play in it but other than that it works great. I did a full rebuild on it last year. Bike weighs a hair over 18lbs as it sits in the pictures. I just went through and cleaned/adjusted everything and this thing is ready to rock. Other details on the bike: -Shimano 105 10spd w/ FSA Crankset. 11-27T cassette. Currently have a big 50t chain ring on, i also have a 46T FSA ring you can have with the bike. Everything works great. Brand new Shimano BB. -Lightbicycle carbon tubulars laced to DT HUGI and Campy Record hubs. These wheels were hand build at a shop i used to work at. They spin straight like tits. Awesome wheels. Tufo tires properly glued on. -Avid Brakes w/ Reynolds carbon pads. Stops on a dime. Don't let the bike industry fool you; you don't need discs. The dropper post will make you ride better anyway. -Felt seat -ESI bar-tape/orgin-8 handebar, shallow drop -Crank Bros 100mm joplin post with KS lever rigged up on the top of the bars. Works good, lever is a little awkwardly placed. ENVE fork -BYOP (Bring your own pedals)
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May 13, 2016 at 10:15May 13, 2016
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