If you wanna know, ask me in person
Apr 2, 2015 at 2:29Apr 2, 2015
March: Good Month or Bad Month?
Or unfill them lol
Apr 2, 2015 at 1:40Apr 2, 2015
March: Good Month or Bad Month?
Id like to see the industry do a product freeze for just a year so that instead of looking to the future all the time they could reflect, enjoy whats been created to far and naturally figure out what the next big step is. Im all fo shiny new bits as most of us are magpies to some degree but the continuous foie gras approach of the industry will also be its undoing.
bootlegpegasus YTIndustries's article
Jan 30, 2015 at 17:11Jan 30, 2015
bootlegpegasus WAKIdesigns's article
Dec 22, 2014 at 6:52Dec 22, 2014
WAKi-bikes of the Future: CannonRail Jeronimo 2020
Good question. The idea of the lefty is similar to a macpherson strut that you find in most sports cars. The rigidity is infact stronger than the convensional bridged Forks you find on the market today as it uses needle rollers inside the stanchion as opposed to the seals used by say Fox. In essence the stanchion is circular but underneath it's square giving more strength, coupled with cannondales dual crown it has gone through tests that make it stronger than most dh forks and lighter than most Am forks . The internals are infact made by RS so there dampers are part of why there so good also. Hope this helps
Dec 9, 2014 at 1:47Dec 9, 2014
2013 Trek Slash, completely upgraded no expense spared Please note this item is listed on other sites and may be taken down promptly if sold elsewhere. Spec: Frame: 2013 Trek Slash, size large, green/black paint, adjustable geometry, Full Floater linkage, Split Pivot suspension, stone chip protection guard Rear Shock: Custom Tuned Fox CTD DRCV shock, Push "Pushima" coated shaft, TF Tuned internals, comes with 7mm and 10mm PUSH upper valve shim stacks. Forks: Rochshox Lyrik solo air, 160mm travel Headset: lower stack Hope sealed cartridge, upper Cane Creek 40 sealed cartridge bearings Stem: Thomson elite, 50mm, Bars: RaceFace SixC Carbon Handlebars, 780mm wide, 10mm rise Grips: ESI Chunky silicone grips, blue Brake Levers/Calipers: Shimano SLX Brake Rotors: Shimano floating discs, 200mm front, 180mm rear Rear Shifter: Sram X9, 10 Speed Rear Derailleur: SRAM X9, Clutch mech, 10 Speed, Medium cage Crankset: Shimano SLX, 175mm arms, Hollowtech shaft Bottom Bracket: Shimano XTR, sealed bearing, Hollowtech Chainring: RaceFace NarrowWide Chainring, 34 T, Blue Pedals: Shimano Saint flat Pedals Chain: SRAM PC1071, 10 speed Cassette: SRAM PG1030, 10 Speed Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb dropper post, 125mm travel Seat Clamp: Bontrager quick release Saddle: Bontrager Elite saddle, alloy rails Front wheel: Stans No Tubes ZTR Flow 26" rim, Hope Pro 2 Hub Rear wheel: Mavic EN521 Disc 26" rim, Superstar hub Front Tyre: Maxxis Minion 2.5" DHF, 60a maxxpro compound Rear Tyre: Maxxis Minion 2.35" DHF, 60a maxxpro compound Hi there and welcome to my listing for the above bike. i have had this bike since August 2013 and bought it brand new, since then it had been very much cared for by myself, i have kept the bike in tip top shape with it being checked and serviced regularly . The bike as you can see has pretty much no stock parts on it, this is due partially to some parts that came with the bike not being up to my specifications and also if bearings went etc. The bike itself is in brilliant condition and having no dents or dings anywhere, the only area that i need to mention is on the right seat stay near the top where my foot has rubbed against the paint and caused it to rub away but this is purely cosmetic and not that big ( see last photo ). Every part on the bike works as it should and has been serviced regularly, the bike in itself to ride is superb and handles like a dream, it has great climbing ability and for the travel it holds it feels more in line with a trail sized bike by comparison, in descent you will not find many better, it honestly feels like a really nimble dh bike, it can plough through stuff if you want and at the same time be nimble and sharp in the corners. You may have noticed that the rear Fox DRCV shock has a different colour shaft, this is down to me getting it custom tuned from TF Tuned back in May this year, to give you the lowdown it for all intense and purposes is the same shock but its shaft has been changed to an extra slippery Push shaft plus the internal have been set up so that the shock is more progressive in its ride, you'll notice a big difference if you have ridden a DRCV before, essentially just improving on what was an already wicked shock, i have also included two different shim stacks that you can easily fit to customise it for you ride. Sizing, i personally am 6" 2' and it fits me fine but i would say if your between 5"10' and 6"3' you'll be fine. Thankyou for looking, any questions please feel free to mail me Collection is person only although would be happy if local to drop off within 10 miles of Port Talbot. Cash on collection Please note this item is listed elsewhere
Oct 8, 2014 at 0:19Oct 8, 2014
ENVE M60 Forty Wheels - Review
People will have such enve when I rim these bad boys with some rubber
bootlegpegasus davetrump's article
Aug 29, 2014 at 21:55Aug 29, 2014
The Odd World of Eurobike in 69 Photos
Who needs the bank, when they've only gone and done a Calender http://www.kellysbike.com/INT#.VAFY6Nm9LCS
Jul 20, 2014 at 1:31Jul 20, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: Do You Feel Influenced by the Pros?
Out of all the top athletes out there it's only Greg minnaar I can think of who isn't sponsored by monster/RB/Rockstar etc. not because he can't get the gig but because he chooses not to endorse a product that actually hinders a sportsman. I'm sure we can all relate to the times when you've taken a swig of the Green death pre uplift, get to the top buzzzzzzzzing and then Mong mode kicks in. Kudos to Minnaar I'm Alex and I'm a monsterholic, I've been clean for 5 weeks and I'm ok.
bootlegpegasus RichardCunningham's article
Jun 29, 2014 at 23:41Jun 29, 2014
Seen at Pass'Portes du Soleil
Ok, I genuinely own that model and I can tell you that it might as well be a vw so I wouldn't get all so judgey with the guy above. the chassis is the same as a vw polo, seat ibiza and audi a1, the engine block still has vw/audi stamped onto it, the satnav, optional extras are all the same as vdub. I've been in the equiv vw, seat not audi and they ARE pretty much the same car give or take certain models I.e sports sus, dsg gearbox blah blah blah.
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