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airsoftesneeto RichardCunningham's article
Dec 17, 2014 at 10:46
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Pinkbike Awards: Product of the Year Nominees
have you ridden with a swat bib or vest? Im guessing you havent, because a cycling jersey doesnt hold a candle to the bib. You dont know what you are missing my friend.
airsoftesneeto RichardCunningham's article
Dec 16, 2014 at 19:13
1 days
Pinkbike Awards: Product of the Year Nominees
bib shorts, no doubt in my mind. Those things have significantly changed how riders ride. Everyone carried camelbaks, now look at everyone. Lots of people are realizing how much water they actually drink/need. You will only see more and more people using SWAT bibs or using similar products.
airsoftesneeto TheRiseofEnduro's article
Dec 15, 2014 at 14:22
2 days
World Premiere - The Rise of Enduro - That's a Wrap
thank you thank you thank you, to all who were involved in putting this together and also Pinkbike for (probably paying) to have this premiere on the best mtn bike site in the world!!
airsoftesneeto officialcrankworx's article
Dec 9, 2014 at 12:42
Dec 9, 2014
airsoftesneeto the-coastal-crew's article
Dec 3, 2014 at 0:17
Dec 3, 2014
Video: Fall Time Living at Coast Gravity Park
Dylan's segment was amazing, not to discredit Norbs or Curtis, but man I thought Dylan was crushing it!
airsoftesneeto raceco's article
Dec 2, 2014 at 15:13
Dec 2, 2014
Video: Exploring Madeira with Team MIA Santa Cruz
@adraianclark they rip up the hill?? Maybe if you used to climb 2004 dh bike. I got one a new nomad too but as much as I love it, it does need a little extra power to get it up the hill. ***please lets not begin to troll, just wanted to share my 2 cents***
airsoftesneeto mikekazimer's article
Dec 2, 2014 at 12:42
Dec 2, 2014
Pinkbike Awards: Trail / All-Mountain Bike of the Year Nominees
or the fact that all but one article (I have read 4) the rear wheel cracked. When Enve is asked about it, they say oh we have never seen that happen, oh you cant use that spoke...dont get me wrong I think their warranty and everything is great but when you crack a wheel and you have to wait for it for months then you are not able to ride. There are much better carbon fiber wheels on the market that are cheaper and will get you a new wheelset much quicker. just my two cents
airsoftesneeto Filp's article
Nov 10, 2014 at 13:03
Nov 10, 2014
Video: From the Supermarket to Madeira Island
seriously, round of applause to Giant
Added 10 photos to For-Sale-Items
Nov 2, 2014 at 1:21
Nov 2, 2014
Nov 2, 2014 at 1:07
Nov 2, 2014

Trek Fuel Ex 8 (lots of upgrades)

$500 USD
This is the bike that got me into mountain biking for good. I cannot say enough about this bike. It has been an absolute blast to ride, so much so that almost everything on this bike has been upgraded. This bike has been owned by two people (including myself) and the previous owner is one of my friends and coworkers at Summit Bicycles. Therefore this bike has been owned and taken care of only by shop employees. I have shredded on this bike but also have meticulously maintained it. At least once a year this bike has been completely taken apart and put back together with all the pivots and bearings greased. As you might be able to tell from the pictures, this bike was just meticulously cleaned and dialed to get it ready for sale. All new housing and cable. The bike is currently set up with a 1x10 setup, which in my opinion is top notch and does not need to be changed. However, I do have the: front derailleur, front shifter, spider, and chainrings, if you want to run a 2x10. The seatpost alone is worth more than half of what I am asking for in this bike. I was given this bike for a killer deal and it is a HUGE reason as to why I am so addicted to mountain biking now. Therefore, I want to extend that by selling this to someone who really wants to try out mountain biking but cannot justify the price. If that person is you, please contact me and would love for you to try this beauty out! Only reason why I am selling it is because I ordered a brand new Nomad :) ***PEDALS ARE NOT INCLUDED*** 2010 Trek Fuel Ex 8 XL 21.5 (complete original frame except chainstay, was warrantied by Trek) Fox Float RL 32 (overhauled once a year, just overhauled a week ago and has not been ridden since) WARNING: Scoring has begun on stanchions very very minimal look at pictures Fox Float DRCV RP2 (overhauled once a year, not enough can be said about DRCV feels like a big air can on the big hits) X0 Carbon Cranks SRAM GXP Press fit Bottom Bracket X0 Type 2 Rear Derailleur X0 Front Derailleur (2x) X0 Shifters (Soooooo crisp) SRAM XG-1080 Cassette SRAM PC-1051 Chain (Fresh never been ridden) Wolftooth NW 36T Chainring (have had it for about a month, seen a good amount of riding, but still in great shape) Elixir 9 Brakes (70% pad wear left) Rock Shox Reverb 150mm (brand new, maybe seen 3-4 rides on it) RaceFace Sixc Bars 785mm (hands down the best bars I have ever owned) Thomson Stem 70mm (cannot ask for anything better) ODI Crosstrainer grips (BRAND NEW, love these soft grips) Front Wheel: (DT Swiss XR 4.2D) Tire: Bontrager G4 2.3 Rear Wheel: (Jalco DD 32) Tire: Specialized Purgatory 2.3 Saddle: Specialized Henge SL 143

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