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ajh4446 hopetech's photo
Jan 25, 2016 at 12:19
Jan 25, 2016
Looks like a young Guy Martin

ajh4446 Fektor's video
Jan 23, 2016 at 16:14
Jan 23, 2016
Good to see Sam practising his wide open, fast and loose left handers at the end....... Don't think I've seen him ride with this much speed since Iron Horse days! 2016 season is going to be very interesting

ajh4446 mikelevy's article
Jan 23, 2016 at 12:18
Jan 23, 2016
An Update From Aaron Gwin
Would a Redbull factory race team be so out of the question? It seems they are ever increasingly getting involved with the bike sports, whatever that may be, and the fact Gwin has at times genuinely seemed to have wings. They have the money, he is already a great brand ambassador and would allow him free reign of bike choices, though my guess is he would be riding a KTM rather than the much blogged YT.
Dec 27, 2015 at 7:25
Dec 27, 2015

Santa Cruz Jackal (Jackel) Jump bike

$375 GBP
Here you see the much sought after, original Santa Cruz Jackal jump bike. The obvious, hugely hydroformed top tube is instantly recognisable, and allows forks between 100mm and 160mm. This is a wildly strong and versatile frame. 24" or 26". Single or geared. Dirt jump or aggressive hardtail. This frame can handle, and excel at all. Reason for sale is that I have got a CX bike due to a new job and looking to commute, which means that I now have 4 bikes, and this is becoming a bit of a sore subject in the house. The bike itself is running sweet, having been kept indoors and serviced when needed. The bike is currently running 24" wheels, single speed and dedicated rear brake with extra long hose for that true dirt jump feeling. A quick google search will show just how cheap I am selling this bike. The frame alone can and has fetched more than my asking price, so please be serious with contact. Other than that, ask questions and feel free to see the bike. It is currently being stored in Oxford, but won't be able to be viewed until the new year. Size wise, I am 6ft2, and this is a small frame. I would suggest a max 6ft, unless you like a compact bike. Condition. Remember, it is a jump bike BUT, there are NO gouges. NO dents. But some superficial marks from cables as would to be expected. As with all my sales, if you have any questions or would like to see more photos, then please feel free to message.

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Dec 27, 2015 at 6:59
Dec 27, 2015
ajh4446 pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 23, 2015 at 4:17
Dec 23, 2015
Win A Year’s Supply of Hutchinson MTB Tires - Pinkbike's Advent Calendar Giveaway
What an absolutely brilliant offer! I've crossed everything for this win, including things that can't be crossed and now I have knots in painful body parts
Dec 3, 2015 at 3:56
Dec 3, 2015

Fox CTD Factory series AutoSag Kashima coating

$120 GBP
This is the original rear shock for a Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Evo Carbon, and the ideal upgrade for anyone looking to replace their current Stumpjumper rear shock with the best that Fox has to offer. Also a serious consideration for anyone that needs to service their rear shock at this price Autosag - Pump up the shock, press the red button, put the cap back on and ride at the perfect sag for your weight. No rulers needed to measure, and no 'that will do' CTD - Climb, Trail, Descend. Adapt the suspension on the fly Kashima coating - Not only looks amazing, but makes the suspension super supple aiding with small bump sensitivity. As a note, to upgrade a non-Kashima shock to Kashima will cost you £239 via TF Tuned. I'm offering a perfectly working, regularly serviced original for half that price. Condition: Shock is in absolutely brilliant condition as can be seen from the photos. No scratches to the shock shaft, and due to a modification to my frame, very minimal cable rub on the main body from the external / internally routed dropper post cable that has plagued other shocks with the Stumpjumper frames. As with all my sales, if you need more photos then please get in contact

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Dec 3, 2015 at 1:58
Dec 3, 2015
ajh4446 pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 2, 2015 at 2:12
Dec 2, 2015
Is That A Five Inch Travel 29er - Video
I need an Evil following. NEED.
ajh4446 paulaston's article
Nov 15, 2015 at 10:14
Nov 15, 2015
Check Out - November
Yep. I have two of those rotors on my bike currently. They are pretty good and reasonably priced I think. Do they make a huge difference over non heat finned rotors? I'm not so sure, but they look great and aren't any heavier than anything else I'm going to put on my bike. The fact they are UK made is great (for me). Something I have noticed however. The inside fines are inserted rather than attached, so do move, and also at high speed the rotors whistle. Not issues, just facts that that I've encountered and would be interested to know if anyone else has had this issue.
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