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Andreu Lacondeguy 841 - Video
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Jun 11, 2016
Selling
Jun 11, 2016 at 11:15
Jun 11, 2016

BUY THIS BIKE NOW!

$2299 USD
Hey Pinkbikers! Here is a one of a king bike! Its a 2014 Giant Trance with a lot of upgrades. I always tried to keep it in perfect condition, and so it rides like perfect condition. I seriously love this bike, but I need to take some time off due to arthritis in my lower back. I also just graduated high school so the extra money would be helpful. If youre a WTB and Giant Fan, then Ive got a bike for you. Let me give you a run down on this bike. Frame: 2014 Giant Trance 3. Fork:2014 Rockshox Revelation RCT3 Dual Position with upgraded 2015 damper Shock: 2014 Rockshox Monarch RCT3 Wheels and Hubs: WTB Asym i29 wheels with (Brand New Rear) Giant Hubs. Cockpit: Truvativ 780mm BooBars with a Giant Contact 45mm stem. And WTB Padloc Commander Grips Tires: (Front) WTB Breakout (Rear) WTB Trail Boss. (Both are tubeless front and back) Drivetrain: 1x10 Wolftooth conversion and Shimano SLX Derailleur and Shimano Deore Cranks. Seat and Seatpost: WTB SL8 with a brand new Giant Contact SL Switch SeatPost (*For 650$ more I can put on a 2016 Fox 34. Has half a season on it.*) If you have any questions message me on this website or text/call on the number that I provided. (BUYERS PAY SHIPPING)

chillrider199 mikelevy's article
Jun 8, 2016 at 21:10
Jun 8, 2016
WTB PadLoc Grips - Review
Seriously! I love my grips. Its like if WTB didnt pay enough money to PB
chillrider199 mikelevy's article
Jun 7, 2016 at 10:09
Jun 7, 2016
Fox Transfer Dropper Seat Post - Review
@ilovedust: Working at a bike shop we stopped touching Reverbs. They are a pain in the ass. We always send them to Rockshoxs. I dont know what kind of magic crap you have done to your dropper. But youre lucky. If my bike gets specced with a Reverb, I make an add before I even have the bike...
chillrider199 mikelevy's article
Jun 7, 2016 at 8:21
Jun 7, 2016
Fox Transfer Dropper Seat Post - Review
As long as it works better than a Reverb, Fox will do just fine. Oh, and without testing it. We already know it works better...
chillrider199 ollyforster's article
Jun 6, 2016 at 12:01
Jun 6, 2016
Rémi Thirion's Commencal Supreme DH V4 - Fort William DH World Cup 2016
@FreeRider2111: I guess I shouldve figured with your name. Lighter wheels are definitely for a racers worry. If youre free riding and hucking shit. Id go with more durable parts definitely. Enve (although they are so expensive.) their warrenty is if you break the wheels, they will send you new ones without questions as long as you send them your broken ones. Which is neat. Also Blablup I feel like the frames and components being already heavy keep volicity. But overall with speed lighter wheels are usually always better.
chillrider199 ollyforster's article
Jun 6, 2016 at 8:45
Jun 6, 2016
Rémi Thirion's Commencal Supreme DH V4 - Fort William DH World Cup 2016
@FreeRider2111: Be carefull with rear suspension. Even though the Float X2 is air sprung, it seems like it would be lighter, It has more metal material and parts to it than the coil sprung shock. The biggest thing to worry about is rotational weight. So like wheels, hubs, cranks. Those parts can easily be heavy most of the time. And most people when they think of saving weight they get carbon bars or seat post. When they should get lighter wheels sets and cranks. Why? Because the more rotational wight you have the slower the wheel moves, accelerates, and holds speed. (Also tires play into this. But I dont count tires as much because of different weights and harder materials for types of riding.But it does help.)
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