brandonf virtumedia's video
Jun 28, 2015 at 17:40Jun 28, 2015
It isn't fair to compare Silverstar to whistler. Whistler has the advantage of being a short drive from the huge population base known as the lower mainland, as well as a way more developed village that people from around the world come to visit and live in. However, my problem with silverstar is that its just too flat of a mountain. I don't think silverstar is a bad mountain. It just lacks the terrain that is required to provide a well rounded bike park. Sun Peaks on the other hand is a great example of a smaller, low budget bike park that is awesome. Sure, the trails are rough, but the under-equipped and under-funded trail crew simply can't maintain it the way whistler's can. That being said, Sun peaks still has awesome jump lines and almost endless steep, natural terrain that made for one of my best summers ever.
brandonf hectorcash's video
May 29, 2015 at 21:55May 29, 2015
Added 4 photos to Banshee-Prime
Apr 27, 2015 at 19:03Apr 27, 2015
brandonf brule's photo
Apr 20, 2015 at 9:24Apr 20, 2015
Added 5 photos to Banshee-Prime
Apr 19, 2015 at 20:46Apr 19, 2015
Apr 19, 2015 at 20:44Apr 19, 2015
This is a 2014 XL banshee prime in like new condition. I hate to sell this bike but I'm undergoing a shoulder surgery to repair a reoccurring dislocation and unfortunately, won't be able to go near a mountain bike this coming season. My loss is your gain. I am located in White Rock, BC, right on the Blaine, WA border and frequently visit the states so I can easily meet across the border if thats preferable. I am 5' 11" and ran this bike with a 30mm stem. The long frame and short stem gives the bike a very long wheelbase, while keeping the reach closer to a standard medium or large. I was originally running a size medium with a 60mm stem, but found the bike too short. So, I purchased the XL frame and swapped all of my components over. This XL frame, along with the SixC cranks and Hans Dampf tires, were acquired just before I injured myself. They are all nearly brand new, with maybe 3 rides on them. The dropper post has brand new internals. The rest of the bike is in excellent condition as well. Here are the specs: Frame: 2014 Banshee Prime, Raw, Size XL Fork: Fox Float 34 Factory CTD Shock: Cane Creek Double Barrel Handlebar: Easton Havoc 750mm Stem: Syntace Megaforce 30mm Seatpost: Giant Contact Dropper Saddle: Raceface Aeffect Pedals: DMR Vault Shifter: Sram X9 Rear Derailleur: Sram X9 Brakes: Shimano XT, 200mm front, 180mm rear Crankset Raceface SixC - 30t chainring Rims: Inferno 27 Spokes: DT Swiss Competition Tires: Schwalbe Hans Dampf 29x2.25 I am open to all reasonable offers. Feel free to message me with any further questions.
Added 4 photos to 2015-Giant-Glory
Apr 15, 2015 at 23:18Apr 15, 2015
brandonf lunatyk's article
Apr 13, 2015 at 12:55Apr 13, 2015
Confessions of Sam Pilgrim
@freeride-forever, you have the attitude of a loser and judging by your comment, I'm betting your life probably sucks.
brandonf foxracingshox's article
Apr 8, 2015 at 13:12Apr 8, 2015
FOX Announces Kabolt 15mm Axle
Yup. Removed the axle to remove the front wheel, placed the axle on the rear bumper on my truck, and drove an hour and a half to my riding destination to find a nice surprise... no more axle.
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