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deeeight mikelevy's article
Jul 21, 2014 at 8:38
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Xprezo Adhoc - Review
Giant and Miyata also did bonded frames. Trek also bonded their aluminium frames together until the late 90s when they finally abandoned using lugged construction. Gary Fisher (pre-trek ownership) did all sorts of bolted or bonded or welded together frame mixes... The CR-7 for example used a welded Aluminum front triangle bolted to a welded together rear steel stays. To go with that was a press-fit cartridge bearing bottom bracket, and a 1 1/4" sized headset.
Jul 17, 2014 at 22:44
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Jul 17, 2014 at 22:40
Jul 17, 2014
deeeight pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 17, 2014 at 22:33
Jul 17, 2014
Ask Pinkbike - Damper Trouble, Adjustable Travel Forks, and 26" or 29" Wheels for Beginners
Sure I did, so you've got zero proof then... typical troll response I'd expect from a moron like yourself.
deeeight pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 17, 2014 at 22:18
Jul 17, 2014
Ask Pinkbike - Damper Trouble, Adjustable Travel Forks, and 26" or 29" Wheels for Beginners
@Vps13... well before 29ers they used full suspension 26ers... and before that they didn't ride flowy singletrack because there wasn't much effort into building that 15-20 years ago. The normal trails back then were slow technical singletrack, or fast flowy fire roads/double track stuff, that you didn't need much travel at all to ride.
deeeight pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 17, 2014 at 22:14
Jul 17, 2014
Ask Pinkbike - Damper Trouble, Adjustable Travel Forks, and 26" or 29" Wheels for Beginners
Why would I admit to something I didn't do, to satisfy some moron baby who has to swear and act tough to feel like a man from the safety of his computer over 3000 miles away?!
deeeight pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 17, 2014 at 20:51
Jul 17, 2014
Ask Pinkbike - Damper Trouble, Adjustable Travel Forks, and 26" or 29" Wheels for Beginners
Except I never said that moron. And go on ranting, it makes me laugh. While we're at it, perhaps you can learn the difference between your and you're. But that's unlikely. Can't teach morons how to use the english language properly. @Ctd07...and my experience has been that most beginners, especially ones who will be riding flowy singletrack as the original questioner described, prefer 29ers to 26ers. Same as Mike told him.
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Jul 17, 2014 at 15:10
Jul 17, 2014
Selling
Jul 17, 2014 at 15:10
Jul 17, 2014

Eclipse C4 DJ/FR Mountain hardtail

$600 USD
* Price is firm, buyer pays all shipping, paypal payment only / NO cod * - Ok I have this built up now but I'll sell it still frame only so I'm leaving the frame ad up (dismantling will take 20 mins) - Frame is excellent condition aside from a couple paint scratches - 7005-T6 butted aluminium frame, size small, geometry I measured out as follows (and as pictured), 14.5" actual seattube length from BB center to Seatpost clamp, 21.5" actual toptube length (c-c) but effective horizontal depends on how much seatpost is exposed (as pictured it was 26.75" from headtube center to seatpost center), 45" wheelbase, 16.4" Chainstay length, 13.25" BB height, 64 degree head angle, 63 degree effective seat tube angle (measured BB center to seatpost head clamp - it gets steeper the lower the post). - Everything EXCEPT for the tires, bottom bracket and frame itself are Brand New / Never Used parts - Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 3 Fork with 130mm travel and Air Assist Preload adjustment - 18 Speed deore drivetrain (both derailleurs and shifters) with FSA Alpha Drive ISIS 22/32/Bash Crankset, SRAM 11-32 9s cassette, KMC 9 speed chain - 4Rox 6-bolt disc Hubs, double-wall alloy rims, brake Levers, handlebar and stem - Hayes Mechanical Disc brakes with 203mm rotors - stainless spokes - Michelin Country Mud 26 x 2.0 tires - Kalloy Alloy seatpost, Velo Plush Saddle - Wellgo Polycarbonate body pedals - 32.3 Ibs complete as pictured, fully tuned and ready to go

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