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c25porter officialcrankworx's article
Aug 11, 2014 at 19:21
Aug 11, 2014
Finn Iles To Whip With The Pros
I agree with Preston to the point that Crankworx's does too. To Preston's point the decision to allow Finn, heavily involved his parents as it should for a minor. Props to everyone for analyzing safety and validity of Finn as a pro level adult rider. Good luck Finn and congrats on EARNING the chance to compete.
c25porter mikekazimer's article
Jul 14, 2014 at 17:09
Jul 14, 2014
Preview: Kona's 2015 Lineup
Freaking awesome, almost the exact build and geometry i want. Hope the 167 rides like it looks. I need a new trail bike in 2015
c25porter RichardCunningham's article
Jul 14, 2014 at 15:32
Jul 14, 2014
Specialized 2015: The Enduro Gets 27.5-Inch Wheels
I am just saying I love my X-9 lever for my command post, glad to see that they are using that same technology/ leverage in a stripped down package. I don't like the Fox lever to big bulky and awkward. The command post has three positions and I love it. I also love the symmetry of two X-9 shifters, one for my rear shifting and one for my seat post. The old command post lever just didn't have enough leverage and made an otherwise great post crappy when the cable got a bit dirty or bent or even over time. Now only if they would convert the head of the post from one bolt to two.
c25porter RichardCunningham's article
Jul 14, 2014 at 7:50
Jul 14, 2014
Specialized 2015: The Enduro Gets 27.5-Inch Wheels
That dropper lever is exactly what I hoped someone would build, I have been using a front shifter for my dropper for over a year and love the leverage ratio and ergonomics. Glad someone basically took all the shifting stuff out and made it the way I would if I had the equipment to do it from scratch. on a side note, you can make your front shifter work by taking the return spring for the little thumb release (down shift lever), that way it never clicks in to place.
Jun 27, 2014 at 14:50
Jun 27, 2014
c25porter pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 24, 2014 at 15:39
Jun 24, 2014
Ask Pinkbike - Rookie Racing, Wheel Chatter, and Saint vs Zee
Funny because Zee and SLX are closer to the same than Zee and Saint. Engineering wise the Saint is much different in design, but it sounds like in function there is much difference.
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May 23, 2014 at 20:45
May 23, 2014
Selling
May 23, 2014 at 20:44
May 23, 2014

Session 88 Fresh, full rebuild Imola Yellow

$3800 USD
2011 Session 88 Frame, All new and like new parts, fresh paint, grease, lube and everything else, a brand new bike isn't as ready to shred as this thing is. Very Firm at $3,800. Most parts have 8 hours of riding on them. Don't compare this to other 2011 Session 88's, just not the same in any way. SAME WEIGHT AS BRAND NEW SESSION 9.8, but $3,000 cheaper, 37.6 lbs of ready to shred. 2011 Session 88 professionally stripped, inspected and painted Audi Imola Yellow New frame bearings, bottom bracket and headset 2012 Fox 40 RC2, Kashima freshly rebuilt 8 hours ago, new seals, o-rings and all oil replaced, not just a seal change and lower fluid. 2012 Fox RC4, freshly inspected and rebuilt 8 hours ago with new oil and seals (titanium 400lb spring and 450lb steel spring) 2012 Saint 9 speed deraileur (8 hours) 2012 XTR Shifter (8 hours) 2013 Sram 11-28 cassette 2013 Answer Bars (8 hours) 2014 Sram 971 chain (8 hours) 2014 shifter cable (8 hours 2013 Avid Codes, one year old with fresh fluid and pads only have 8 hours on them 2012 Stans 3.30 hubs with new bearings and 2012 Flow front rim and 2013 Flow EX rim on back (8 hours on back rim, more on front, but both are true) 2012 modified E-13 chain guide and Saint Bash guard 2012 Saint Cranks, drive side has shoe wear, non-drive side is new looking 2014 Time Z-Attacks or Flat pedals 2014 Gravity grips brand new and black 2012 Diety Phantom direct mount stem 2012 WTB Devo saddle 2013 Schwable Big Betty's, 8 hours in loam I rebuilt this bike over the winter to be ready for the race season but life has other possibilities and I am racing my Transition Klunker this year, want to sell the bike to do other things. Price is firm, but well worth it for basically a new bike from two years ago. The bike is amazing and I just don't want to see it sit around not being used, but I won't let it go for less than it is worth either.

c25porter c25porter's video
May 21, 2014 at 15:42
May 21, 2014
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PBR got emptied at the top, just carrying the trash down to the bottom.

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