- Member since Jan 4, 2010
- 21 Followers
- Hollister , California
- Male / 19
Nov 10, 2013 at 19:40Nov 10, 2013
Tired of having to service your suspension fork? Do all those colored knobs got you confused? Looking to save some weight on your bike? This here fork isn't prone to leaking oil or any other problems that suspension forks may lead too. In fact, the only thing this bad-boy is prone too is turning heads while you shred your local trails. Disc only: V-brakes hide in fear from the lack of Canti mounts. The axle to crown is 410mm, so it rides lower than those finicky, oil and air filled tubes of aluminum. The curved fork legs have a little give to them, and have a supple ride quality without being too flexy. It takes the edge off those 20ft road gaps and will smooth out any big hits in your line when you're riding at Rampage next year.
Added 1 photo to other-crap
Nov 10, 2013 at 19:16Nov 10, 2013
Nov 10, 2013 at 18:59Nov 10, 2013
10 speed cost too much? 8 speed just doesn't have that extra gear you're looking for? Well I have the solution for you! This sweet 9 speed XTR derailleur will help you win all those Strava KOM's, while looking very classy when you go to shift for that next gear. Much performance! Wow! A few little scratched on the side, but the cage, nor derailleur itself is damaged. Works great! pulley wheels are in good condition too.
Nov 10, 2013 at 18:47Nov 10, 2013
If you're looking for just a front lever for your V's, Canti's, or mechanical discs, This is your brake lever! These are my favorite V-brake levers. They have a great lever feel, but i just don't use this any more. Scuffed up on the front, but nothing bent or damaged.
Nov 10, 2013 at 18:42Nov 10, 2013
You can't do cool tricks like tail whips and nac-nac's while you're riding on your clipless pedals! And you're gonna need some nice looking pedals to go with those new pair of 5-10's you just bought! A little dirty, and a little scuffed up, but ready to shred. Bearings are still good.
Nov 10, 2013 at 18:40Nov 10, 2013
29" too big? 27.5" still too big? Keep it real with 26". Had these on my trials bike so i could switch from rim to disc to give me more brake options. But if you're looking for a back up wheel set or just a new wheel set with a budget, these wheels would do you good for any riding style. 14g straight gauge spokes, brass nipples on front, alloy red nipples on rear, Shimano Deore Hubs and Rhyno Lite rims. Rims have no flat spots and are spinning straight, Hubs are properly adjusted and spin smoothe. 135mm QR rear. Thanks
Added 6 photos to other-crap
Nov 10, 2013 at 18:28Nov 10, 2013
SirShmoopy SirShmoopy's photo
Nov 8, 2013 at 7:18Nov 8, 2013
SirShmoopy mikelevy's article
Nov 3, 2013 at 19:58Nov 3, 2013
Kona Process 111 DL - Review
... Is there an 'enduro specific' model?
SirShmoopy general-lee's photo
Oct 10, 2013 at 7:25Oct 10, 2013
Photo by jedras