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SirShmoopy vernonfelton's article
Jun 20, 2016 at 21:49
Jun 20, 2016
Race Face Chester Pedal - Review
"Pin architecture" We're gettin' serious now!
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Jun 2, 2016 at 10:40
Jun 2, 2016
Jun 2, 2016 at 10:40
Jun 2, 2016

Ibis Hakkalugi Cyclocross bike carbon tubulars

$2300 USD
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)

SirShmoopy SirShmoopy's photo
May 13, 2016 at 10:15
May 13, 2016
I was hanging on to it for a while, but it'd be cooler if someone else was out riding it than just hanging in the garage!

SirShmoopy RichardCunningham's article
Apr 28, 2016 at 7:14
Apr 28, 2016
Opinion: The Eagle Has Landed
I'm actually pretty eagle to try this stuff out.
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Apr 25, 2016 at 17:10
Apr 25, 2016
Apr 25, 2016 at 17:09
Apr 25, 2016

Specialized S-works Enduro + Fox fork + Hayes Brakes

$280 USD
For sale is my old Specialized S-Works enduro plus a Fox Talas RLC 32, 90-130mm fork and a set of Hayes Stroker Trail brakes. 130mm travel, 26", 135 QR rear, Fox Float Shock, 1 1/8" straight steer, 30.9mm Seat tube, Threaded BB. Anodized "gun metal" color. This was my first full suspension bike and it's pretty sweet actually. Before i replaced this bike i put in new pivot bearings and did some basic shock service. Some small dings in the downtube but i wouldn't worry about them. Fun fact: In 2008 (or 09? about that year), Aaron Bradford won the Super D National Championship on this exact frame. The fork is in reasonable shape. Has Fox low friction seals and just put in fresh oil. The talas side dosen't work, it's only in 130mm travel, and neither does the lockout, but compression and rebound adjustments still function good. Stancions are in great shape and it has a rad checkered flag paint job. Hayes brakes are in pretty good shape. Front will need new brake pads but the rear pads have a ton of life left. Left lever is slightly bent in from a crash. It didn't bother me but you can get a replacement lever from your LBS for about $10-15 if you don't like it. I have some other old parts too i can throw in with the bike if your looking to build this up.

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Apr 25, 2016 at 14:41
Apr 25, 2016
Apr 25, 2016 at 14:40
Apr 25, 2016

Shimano XTR Crankset M980

$120 USD
XTR M-980 triple crankset for sale. 24mm spindle, 175mm arm length. I've ran them in triple, double and 1x setup (mostly 1x) and they work great. The cranks themselves are in good shape (it's two peices on aluminum and a steel spindle. Unless you're Huck-Master Supreme you're not gonna break these). They are pretty scuffed up on the outside, but hey, that's what happens when you go ride mountain bikes. I also have an Enduro Zero Ceramic BB92 bottom bracket i can include with these for an extra $40. BB is in great shape, spins like tits.

Apr 13, 2016 at 12:56
Apr 13, 2016

Cane Creek DB inline 184x44 From Ripley

$150 USD
Take off from my Ibis Ripley. Shock is in reasonable shape. Some cable rub on the body but no sratches on the slider. No leaking oil and all the adjustments work, but i beleive it's about time for it's first service overhaul. Cane Creek dosen't want you taking these things apart so your suppose to send them off to be serviced. I was quoted about $150 from Garageworks in San Diego for a complete overhaul, which would make this thing work like new, and when this shock is new it's flippin' awesome.

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