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chillindrdude yoga15app's article
Feb 27, 2015 at 5:34
Feb 27, 2015
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Jan 31, 2015 at 9:45
Jan 31, 2015
Selling
Jan 31, 2015 at 9:44
Jan 31, 2015

Niner Air 9 aluminum and Niner carbon fork

$300 USD
excellent condition. built this up as my "road bike" for putting some base miles. i did not end up riding this much because i preferred riding my 27.5 enduro. the carbon niner fork is 15mm TA, and the frame is 135 qr. asking $300 + shipping for frame only, $500 + shipping for frame and fork. USPS MO preferred or PP with 3%

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Jan 22, 2015 at 19:12
Jan 22, 2015
Selling
Jan 22, 2015 at 19:12
Jan 22, 2015

RockShox Vivid Air 9.5 x 3

$265 USD
2013 Rockshox Vivid Air downhill shock. 9.5" x 3" size. Medium compression and Medium rebound tunes. Fit my V10Carbon well. Mainly used as backup or for more pedally downhill courses. In excellent condition. Asking $265 shipped obo USPS Priority for US buyers. Canadians please add $15. USPS MO preferred, but agreeable to PP with 3%. I've got plenty of positive references. Buy with confidence.

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Jan 19, 2015 at 12:41
Jan 19, 2015
Selling
Jan 19, 2015 at 12:40
Jan 19, 2015

Hope Pro 2, Stan's Flow EX, Dura-Ace cassette, Shimano Ice-t

$300 USD
used for 3 seasons. Hope Pro 2 hubs laced with DT Swiss straight guage spokes to Stan's Flow EX rims. TRUE, no flat spots. 20mm front, 150mm x 12 rear Includes Dura-Ace 12-26 cassette, and Shimano Icetech rotors (203/180) I would like to sell this as a package deal for $300. Put open to parting out, PM me your offers Please add $30 for shipping USPS MO preferred, please kindly add 3% for PP. buy with confidence. Trades: (if you don't have what is listed, I'm not interested) -29er fork 120-140mm travel. Only looking for Pike, Fox Float, or BOS -29er carbon or high-end aluminum 15mm/142mm wheelset

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Jan 19, 2015 at 12:30
Jan 19, 2015
Selling
Jan 19, 2015 at 12:28
Jan 19, 2015

Fox 40 Float RC2

$825 USD
2014 (unchanged from 2015) Fox 40 Float RC2. Air sprung, for less weight, but still retains that legendary Fox 40 buttery feel. For 26". Getting out of DH (for a couple years) and focusing on Enduro. Includes top crown (not pictured, obviously) Used for 1 season, a few scuffs, no dents, Kashima stanchions are clean. Asking $825 SHIPPED for US buyers. Canadians, please add $20 to that price. USPS MO preferred, please kindly add 3% if using PP. I've got plenty of positive references from satisfied buyers from Pinkbike, so buy with confidence. Trades: (if you don't have what is listed, I'm not interested) -29er fork 120-140mm travel. Only looking for Pike, Fox Float, or BOS -29er carbon or high-end aluminum 15mm/142mm wheelset

chillindrdude mikekazimer's article
Jan 12, 2015 at 7:37
Jan 12, 2015
Specialized S-Works Enduro 650B - Review
i dig mine. i bought a frameset and transferred parts over from my bronson carbon. i haven't had the opportunity to push it hard, since i am still recovering from a nasty achilles injury. http://ep1.pinkbike.org/p4pb11799716/p4pb11799716.jpg i'm not sure you guys are interested to hear a Bronson C vs. Enduro 27.5 comparison but here goes... -both have the DB inline shock -rear end is shorter on the Enduro, i reused the same chain that was on the bronson (the chain was recently replaced) and had to shorten a few links. -both are L frames. The L Bronson is like a medium for other companies...the L Enduro has a reach nearly the same as the XL Bronson. Being a lanky 6'2", i felt more comfortable and centered on the L Enduro. -the Enduro frame is a tad heavier than the Bronson C -the ride was alittle surprising. I used to have a 2010 Spec Stumpy FSR and ditched it because it felt inefficient climbing or hammering the flats. This current FSR kinematic on the Enduro has very little of that. I agree with Mike that I would only feel the need to engage the CS on an extended climb. -flickability and cornering is at least on par with the Bronson. easy directional changes, and holds the corner very neutrally, even tho it is slacker. -I did not take it on any gnarly downhills (as I am still healing/recovering from an achilles injury), but the FSR outshines the Bronson VPP on the easy downhills I did ride. I was running a pretty conservative XC-ish sag at 20-25%, and the rear end felt supple and responsive to the chatter but great support through the entire stroke. The VPP on trail bikes and with an airshock has a sort of unsupported dead zone on big hits. It had great small bump sensitivity, but on fast square edge hits or landing to flat inadvertently, it would just blow thru the midstroke. In summary, I thus far like the FSR Enduro. I would love to compare this to the Ibis HDR. I hope to update this summer after some solid time on it...
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