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Jul 28, 2015 at 16:4312 hours
Jul 28, 2015 at 16:4112 hours
I've got an almost new Mission Workshop pack up for grabs. This thing is awesome, and most likely what your grandfather would lament about while discussing pride in North American Craftsmanship and things not being made like they used to. Here's a link to the MW site to get a full run down, and you can spec it up to realize this pack costs way more than I'm asking if you want to grab it brand new ($676 USD + That tax and ship stuffs) http://missionworkshop.com/products/arkiv-system-bags/VX-R8-field-pack-overview.php Give the whole concept of the Arkiv system is to be modular here's a break down of what I've got leashed up to the 40L main body: Internal Tool Roll - Keeping organized is essential. Fully removable tool roll provides four additional zippered mesh pockets designed to hold the smallest of items you carry daily. For those who switch out cargo for different tasks often, multiple tool rolls can make transitioning from one mission to the next as simple as it could be. VX Folio - With two urethane coated zippered pockets, pen slots and extra Arkiv rails, the Folio is the ultimate weatherproof organizer for the Field Pack. The two front mounted Arkiv rails allow for the additional attachment of the Tool or Cell accessories if desired. A U-lock slot in the back can double as a handle when the Folio is used as a stand-alone bag. Left and Right VX Vertical Roll Pocket - Weatherproof top loader. Sized for cylindrical objects such as water bottles. Can be rolled or flapped to close. AustriAlpin COBRA quick release. All COBRAs are machined from the highest grade 7075 aluminum alloy and feature solid brass and stainless steel components. Waist Belt - For those who know they will be carrying a little extra weight on their backs, a detachable and substantial waistbelt is available. Here's a quick run down of the pack from the Mission site -- The Advanced Projects Edition VX / R8 Field Pack allows for the secure and simple attachment of weatherproof accessories to the exterior of the bag. The patented Arkiv® modular system gives the bag freedom to evolve and adapt as needed. With an arsenal of accessories to choose from the R8 series is ready to travel. Accessories range from simple cell phone pouches and tool pockets to larger organizers and laptop sleeves. Equipped with 8 Arkiv rails and available in two sizes. The AP Edition is made with a 1000 denier VX Cordura ripstop shell backed with a PTFE waterproof membrane. In addition, the R8 is lined with a lightweight VX70 ripstop liner. All of which results in an exceptionally durable barrier to the elements. The pack can be used in either "roll-top" mode, or in a traditional "flap-down" configuration, has one external zippered pocket for items like a phone or passport, and one interior zippered pocket that is ideal for documents and fits up to a 15'' laptop. The Arkiv backpacks feature multiple weatherproof compartments, urethane coated YKK zippers, waterproof materials, and an internal frame sheet. All Arkiv bags and accessories are completely weatherproof, made in the USA and backed by a lifetime warranty.
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Mar 9, 2015 at 14:06Mar 9, 2015
Mar 9, 2015 at 14:05Mar 9, 2015
This bike is cool. It's not one of those 29ers where you need to set it up to follow UCI weight regulations and throw on the spandex before getting out for a pedal. Slot it into whatever marketing term you want XC+, All Mountain, Enduro -... It's just a fun bike on wagon wheels. The frame is a pre-production model, that said, the only change for production were some drops in weight. Give this a read-up: http://www.bansheebikes.com/bikes_page/banshee-phantom-mountain-bike/ Here's a run-down of the build: Rims: Stans Arch EX Hub F:Chris King ISO 15mm (32h) Hub R: Chris King ISO 12x142 (32h) 10 Speed Fork: Fox Float 29 Rear Shock: Fox Float CTD Seat Post: Rock Shox Reverb Stealth 420mm Headset: Chris King Inset Bottom Bracket: Chris King Threadfit Cranks: Race Face Evolve 175mm Stem: Race Face Respond 50mm Bar: Race Face Atlas 780mm 1/2" Rise Rear Mech: Sram X9 Cassette: Sram PG 1050 Front Mech: Sram X7 Shifters: Sram x7 Brake F: Avid Elixir 7 (180mm) Brake R: Avid Elixir 7 (160mm) I'm down to part out... Kinda. Rolling Build- Frame, Fork, Shock, Rims, Reverb: $2250 Frame, Shock: $1550 I'll also trade for a 150/160mm 650b set up or some luxury camera stuff like Zeiss Lenses for Canon. Buyer pays shipping.
Jan 3, 2015 at 11:41Jan 3, 2015
Jan 3, 2015 at 11:40Jan 3, 2015
Open to offers on these, they're just sitting and I don't need them kicking around. 16h front, 20H rear. 10 speed sram/shimano freehub body. Sealed bearings.
Jan 3, 2015 at 11:30Jan 3, 2015
Jan 3, 2015 at 11:30Jan 3, 2015
Brand new rims and spokes built up at Easton. Hubs were rebuilt and now have ~600km on them, still run strong. I've got a used spare freehub to include as well. I scooped a new set of rims, and these are too cool to throw onto the commuter so I'm open to a trade of some cheaper wheels + cash. Here's a google to read up on some reviews or whatever else: https://www.google.ca/search?q=easton+ea90+sl&oq=easton+ea90+sl&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.5255j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8
derekdix dudesofhazzard's article
Nov 21, 2014 at 12:05Nov 21, 2014
Video: The Dudes of Hazzard - Business as Usual Part 1
In professional action sports it really seems like there's a massive gray area between good 'ol tom foolery, and narrow minded fuckheadedness. You guy's managed to draw a firm line in the sand between the two, and stay in the former camp. Nice work, and stay having fun.
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Nov 11, 2014 at 10:17Nov 11, 2014
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