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cpendzi mattwragg's article
Jan 3, 2014 at 6:40Jan 3, 2014
Pinkbike Product Picks
some how I don't think they will keep my feet warm in the -50 degree temperatures I have been experiencing lately.
cpendzi mikekazimer's article
Dec 27, 2013 at 6:30Dec 27, 2013
Pinkbike Poll: Will Mountain Biking Ever Be a Mainstream Sport?
Or Sequence Saturdays
cpendzi SteelCityMedia's article
Dec 3, 2013 at 9:08Dec 3, 2013
Cotic Bikes Presents #26aintdead
Having more options for different riding styles and different riders is a good thing. I am 6' 3" and mostly ride xc so a 29er works super well for me. The first time I rode the 29er I wasn't impressed but after a couple of rides I felt way more comfortable. A single test ride on a 29er should not determine your opinion on the wheel size. take it out a few times and you might be surprised at how well they ride.
Added 6 photos to Buysell
Nov 11, 2013 at 18:06Nov 11, 2013
Posted in "Post your Rocky Mountain Slayers!"
Sep 20, 2013 at 14:01Sep 20, 2013
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Sep 20, 2013 at 13:38Sep 20, 2013
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Sep 19, 2013 at 14:57Sep 19, 2013
Sep 19, 2013 at 14:51Sep 19, 2013
I have a 2013 Norco Team 9.1 with plenty of upgrades. The size is a XL or a 21" I am 6'3" and it fits me perfectly. Bike is in excellent condition except for some scratches on the frame that do not affect the integrity of the frame at all. I have ridden this bike for only about 5 months and was my race bike this season so I kept it in great running order. anytime something needed to be done with it, it was. I have had 1 overhaul this year and chain/cables have been replaced. Wheels have had minimal use and has a new free hub body. The bike is a 29er and I love it. As a taller rider it is so much better than a 26in. Components: Frame: 21" Norco Team 9.1 Wheels: Sun Ringle, Black Flag Comp Tires: Continental X King (tubeless ready) Fork: Rock Shock Reba RL Cranks: Sram XO 2x10 (upgraded) Rear derailleur: Sram XO (upgraded) Front derailleur: Cram XO (upgraded) Shifters: Sram X9 Brakes Avid Elixir 7 Handle Bar: Easton EA 90 (upgraded) Stem: Thomson Elite (upgraded) Seat: Prologo Zero (not pictured) I can also swap out all XO parts for X7 cranks and frt derailleur along with an X9 rear for a lower price of $2300 send me a msg if you want more pics. Thanks For Looking.
Sep 19, 2013 at 14:19Sep 19, 2013
Alright folks, so I am selling my 2011 Scott spark 35 size large. If you love to ride up hills as much as the down the hills this bike is for you. With a DT Swiss M210 rear shock and a Rock Shock Reba RL on the front. Both with the awesome feature of remote lockout that quickly turns the bike from a descending demon to a fully ridged climbing machine. Equipped with a 3x10 geared drive chain. This bike has helped me get on several podiums over the 2 years of racing it and it will most definitely help you reach your potential. Sure this bike has a couple nicks here and there but whenever this bike needed something fixed it was lovingly repaired by my local bike shop that have so tenderly taken care of the bikes every need. I hate to see the bike go but I need the money to purchase a new bike. It has all the stock components on it just some have been replaced Most of the bearings have been replaces last spring, and I have replaces the chain a couple of times. The rear hub is new this spring sent from DT Swiss and new chain stays from Scott. I know you want this bike either for a sick looking, efficient, smooth riding commuter or a light, fast XC race machine. Think about the wind rushing, mud splashing and the sweat dripping off your head. This bike will help you pull away of the competitors or your buddies as you pedal easily away. Common the trails are calling. Specks. Large Frame, carbon front triangle, alloy rear triangle. Avid Elixer 5 Sram X9 rear derailleur Shimano SLX front derailleur Sram X7 shifters DT Swiss M210 rear shock Rock Shock Reba RL Sielle Italia saddle DT Swiss XR 30 hubs and rims