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Varaxis mikelevy's article
Oct 8, 2015 at 19:54
8 hours
Kona Process 167 - Review
With that seat so high up, the seat angle looks slack as F. There's no wonder that it sucks at climbing.
Added 6 photos to Evil-Following
Oct 8, 2015 at 14:17
13 hours
Oct 8, 2015 at 14:15
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Evil Following Frame, Fork, Dropper, Brakes

$3500 USD
'15 Evil Following, 29er, small, black, Monarch RT3 DebonAir '15 Fox 36 Float RC2, 130mm, aftermarket w/vol spacers & 20mm axle available '15 RockShox Reverb Stealth 125mm/420mm 30.9 (w/connectamajig, I think) Shimano XTR Trail brakes, fresh G01A brake pads Includes Evil seat collar, top cap, FD cover, FSA headset, Shimano rear thru-axle, and Jagwire LEX S3 housing. Maybe the Shimano BB (94-41A) too. $3500. Frame, fork, and dropper like new, under 100 miles. Brakes were pulled off another bike, but feel mint. Shouldn't be any scratches, scuffs, or dings on any of the parts. The steerer (10mm extra length), cables and hoses are sized specifically for this frame, so I'm selling them as a set. Other parts not included for above price. Willing to part with complete bike for $5000 as pictured (Haven carbon wheels, XTR shifter, RD, crank, etc., with bundle discount, but note the parts aren't as new as the frame/fork/post), but treating it as a part out. My legs are a bit too long to fit the frame well, due to the slacker seat angle at my seat height, and my knees are suffering as a result. Firm on price, unless you post an ad that shows market price is less.

Varaxis RichardCunningham's article
Oct 7, 2015 at 16:42
1 days
Pinkbike Poll: Should All Competitors Be Compensated at the Red Bull Rampage?
I can't get over how much madness I perceive in these Rampage photos. Way more provoking than the videos.
Varaxis RichardCunningham's article
Oct 1, 2015 at 0:18
Oct 1, 2015
Review: Pacenti PDent Handlebar and Stem
Thanks Ridge-Rider. Summed up, it's basically all about where you grip compared to the steering axis. How you get to that point doesn't matter. The handlebar itself could have the rearward offset built in to emulate the steering feel of super short stem.
Varaxis ericashley's article
Sep 17, 2015 at 13:18
Sep 17, 2015
Race Report: NW Cup Finals - Stevens Pass
They probably broke the Evil Following they were reviewing, cause it's been taking so long.
Varaxis mikelevy's article
Aug 26, 2015 at 15:55
Aug 26, 2015
First Look: Yeti SB4.5C - Eurobike 2015
No FD mount. I called up Yeti, asking if it were maybe like on the SB6c, just well hidden, but they confirmed that it's 1x only.
Varaxis SramMedia's article
Aug 26, 2015 at 2:40
Aug 26, 2015
Steel X-Sync Rings from SRAM for Under $20
Relatively soft steels are also typically used in the stamping process, so don't be surprised if the durability isn't really much better than a 7075-T6 or T651 ring. Would be at least better than untempered 7075...
Varaxis SramMedia's article
Aug 26, 2015 at 2:37
Aug 26, 2015
Steel X-Sync Rings from SRAM for Under $20
If you think this is for you, then you just admitted to fitting their profiling. Considering they only made it in 28-32t, they must think that those interested in a cheap chainring can't push a larger gear.
Varaxis revelco's article
Aug 25, 2015 at 0:01
Aug 25, 2015
MUST WATCH: Brandon Semenuk - Utah Overshoot
I have a feeling that people will be coming to get blessed by this man, cause he is like Jesus on two wheels.
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