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dinero redbullbike's article
Oct 14, 2015 at 19:46
Oct 14, 2015
Claudio's Course Preview: Red Bull Rampage 2015
Ha... He totally had me fooled too!
dinero pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 24, 2015 at 11:27
Sep 24, 2015
Stan's No Tubes - Enduro World Series Round 7 Fantasy Contest
1. Jerome Clementz 2. Jared Graves 3. Fabien Barel 1. Tracy Mosley 2. Anne Caroline Chausson 3. Anneke Beerten
dinero mdelorme's article
Aug 25, 2015 at 0:20
Aug 25, 2015
Photo Epic: Il Grande Finale - XC World Cup Val di Sole
That fanny pack is louder than the siren. Really speaks volumes.
dinero mikelevy's article
Apr 18, 2015 at 2:30
Apr 18, 2015
ENVE, Gravity, Michelin - Sea Otter 2015
Yeah I could have clarified. It's really more of a durability/cost issue. I'm not sure how many crashes that enve stem could survive compared to an alloy one that's a couple ounces heaver and less than half the price. Especially for an all-mountain one, which would likely get knocked around, at least in my experience (of very par level riding and racing). I've had some back luck with carbon mtb components, ibis mojo carbon, easton, reynolds, and it's tainted view of carbon for everyday use outside of pro-level racing. Carbon is amazing when it works, when it doesn't, it can be expensive and dangerous. At least when aluminum fails, it's just dangerous. The Gravity crank looks like a strong, reliable performer that comes in at a fair price. MSRP of a XT crank is $259 and a little bit heavier. I like more options for the poor, average-skilled riders like myself.
dinero mikelevy's article
Apr 18, 2015 at 1:01
Apr 18, 2015
ENVE, Gravity, Michelin - Sea Otter 2015
For an extra 30-40g or so, I think I'd rather have a stem that I know won't catastrophically fail. At least they offer a 40mm length, so they got their head in the right place for longer travel bikes. I'm more excited about the crank just below the enve stem that's $20 cheaper and will probably outlast my bike.
dinero yoga15app's article
Apr 7, 2015 at 0:31
Apr 7, 2015
15-Minute Yoga Routine To Enhance Balance and Agility
Yeah... but can she even bunny hop?
Feb 9, 2015 at 19:16
Feb 9, 2015

DT Swiss EX 1750 26" 15mm/142x12 Wheelset

$300 USD
DT Swiss EX 1750 26" mountain bike wheelset, 6-bolt disc Front: 15mm QR Rear: 142x12mm thru axle I've finally caved to industry pressure to get a different wheelsize. Time to clean up on all the 26" deals! I had these wheels on my bike for about 9 months, I also have four other bikes I ride, so they didn't see much use. Less than 500miles on the set easily. There is a bit of dust/dirt in the nooks and crannies, some dry sealant and tire marks on the bead of the rim, a few nicks, some scratches and scrapes to the stickers. Overall really clean! Please see the pictures. Still lots of life left. The pictures show the majority of significant wear and tear. There is a small lateral dent on the front wheel, please see the close up pictures. I had these wheels setup tubeless with the tape, I never had any issues holding air even with the small dent. I used UST tires and weigh 160lb geared. FREE SHIPPING to the US continental 48 states.

dinero RichardCunningham's article
Jan 9, 2015 at 9:45
Jan 9, 2015
Absolute Black Oval Chainring - Review
Machined in Poland designed in UK, I believe.
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Dec 25, 2014 at 1:31
Dec 25, 2014
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Dec 25, 2014 at 1:30
Dec 25, 2014

Turner 5 Spot 19" Large raw aluminum

$750 USD
This bike is also listed on eBay Turner 5 Spot Size Large 19" frame 44mm head tube (can use straight or tapered fork) Raw aluminum silver color Fox RP23 (pro pedal) 140mm travel, 5.5in Uses 26" wheels 135mm rear wheel spacing Shows signs of use, please see pictures. Message with any questions or any additional info/pics

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