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Banshee Spitfire L

$2500 USD
2014 Banshee Spitfire Upgraded with 2015/16 parts. Purchased new January 2016. Upgrades throughout this season. weight: ~30 pounds, light burly build Set up in slack position. It's an awesome bike. I spent a long time getting it dialed. Parts Frame: 2014 size L stealth black bearings replaced may Fork: X fusion sweep RL2 serviced may Wheels: Stans flow ex 2016 with neo hubs (new spare rim included) Cranks: Race face turbine w/32t ring Guide: one up e type or bashguide Derailier: New sram x1 with 2 rides on it Shifter: Gx 11sp Seatpost: X fusion hilo sl stealth Bars: Chromag fubars osx Brakes: Sram guide R fresh pads/bleed with spare pads (x1) Ice tech rotors 203/180 Tires: minion 2.3 front and rear with lightly used minon SS 2.3 spare Cassette: sram gx 11sp Saddle: Chromag moon The bike will be available early september as I am waiting on the new Konas to come in.

dglass meagerdude's article
Jun 29, 2016 at 22:13
Jun 29, 2016
2016 Summer Clothing Guide
More like fucking stupid. I am still having a good ride in free t-shirts, free shorts I got in a whistler race, and a chammy my ex-girl bought me for a bike tour.
dglass SramMedia's article
Jun 29, 2016 at 22:09
Jun 29, 2016
SRAM's Eagle in Flight - Video
@ecologist: ...what?
dglass SramMedia's article
Jun 28, 2016 at 23:40
Jun 28, 2016
SRAM's Eagle in Flight - Video
People on here keep saying things like "nobody needs a 50t ring" and "nobody needs 12sp." The argument comes down to what is the cost/benefit of running 1x11/1x12/2x10...etc. I like having sram 1x11 (32 front 10-42 rear with 27.5 wheels) for simplicity sake (while running up a OneUp bashguide) but I have been in xc races where I have thought having a wider gearing could benefit me. So why all the hate on new technology? SRAM is just leading the market and things will trickle down later. I guess all you 3x9 26" hardtail guys might have to start your own website or something... I'm not going out to buy the new eagle stuff, but I am excited to see new developments.
dglass pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 28, 2016 at 23:25
Jun 28, 2016
Ask Pinkbike: What to Upgrade, Short Steerer Tube
Did you just say DB5 was a great brake? For what, a grandmother occasionally riding a beach cruiser?
dglass ardor's article
Jun 25, 2016 at 2:18
Jun 25, 2016
More Randoms - Press Camp 2016
@Thustlewhumber: Swagman racks are so legit and inexpensive. I've had 2 jacknife 2's. Only had 2 because one got hit by a truck. Each cost me less than $200.
dglass euan-forrester's article
Jun 16, 2016 at 19:12
Jun 16, 2016
Turning a Trail Into an Art Gallery
Wow. It's great to see some original work. Cool project. As an ex-professional trail builder for SORCA and Evergreen MTB Alliance I can assure you that there is a TON of work that full time builders put in before trail days. Sometimes days of planning to prepare for the volunteers: finding suitable jobs for vollies to do, moving tools, getting comfort stuff ready (tents, food, beer, etc.). There are a ton of builders out there that don't get recognition from the big agencies (IMBA, Evergreen MTB, SORCA, WORCA, NSMB, etc.) If you pass a builder while they are working on a trail make sure to stop and say thanks, maybe even volunteer to haul some buckets of dirt. A simple thank you is what we work for. I have been bummed out at times when people just blow by when I am doing maintenance on something without acknowledging my presence. A simple thank you is rad! And like in this write up, beer is even better!
dglass vibe9's article
Jun 3, 2016 at 10:06
Jun 3, 2016
dglass vibe9's article
Jun 2, 2016 at 23:36
Jun 2, 2016
Nimby Fifty 2016: Riders on the Storm Edition - Video and Recap
Sweet race. I had a good time. Anyone know where to find more photos? A rider behind me said I roosted a camera pretty hard. Sorry to camera guy.
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