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Aug 24, 2015 at 18:37
Aug 24, 2015

Giant Trance Advanced SX

$3599 USD
You will not find a better do-it-all bike! This bike climbs uphill like a mountain goat and absolutely shreds the downhill. Extremely well maintained. All maintenance was performed by a bike shop. It has no problems whatsoever, and only has a couple of minor cosmetic scratches. The only noticeable scratch is on the dropper post lever (on the handlebar), but it still functions perfectly. Not a scratch on the stanchions! Tires are set up tubeless with stans no tubes fluid, and still have lots of tread left. Ridden less than 50 hours/100 miles on trails, and mostly on the local cross- country trails. Weighs around 30lbs, pedals not included. I really don't want to see this bike go, but financials are making it necessary. Willing to ship within the continental USA as long as buyer pays shipping and all other fees. Send me an offer! Specs: Frame: Size XL Advanced-grade composite w/ALUXX SL rear triangle, 5.5" Maestro suspension Fork: Fox 34 Talas CTD Factory, w/Kashima coating, 15mm thru-axle, OverDrive 2 steerer, 140-160mm travel Shock: Fox Float-X CTD Factory, w/Kashima coating Handlebar: Giant Connect SL, low rise, 31.8mm Stem: Giant Connect SL, OverDrive 2 Seatpost: Giant Contact Switch-R, 30.9mm Saddle: Fi'zi:k Gobi XM, MG rails Shifters: SRAM X01, Trigger Shift Rear Derailleur: SRAM X01, Type 2 Brakes: Avid Elixir 9 Trail, hydraulic disc, [F] 180mm [R] 170mm Brake Levers: Avid Elixir 9 Trail Cassette: SRAM X01 10x42, 11-speed Chain: SRAM PC1170 Crankset: SRAM X1, 32T Bottom Bracket: Shimano Press Fit Rims: Giant P-TRX1 WheelSystem Hubs: Giant P-TRX1 WheelSystem, [F] 15mm axle [R] 12x142mm axle Spokes: Giant P-TRX1 WheelSystem Tires : [F] Schwalbe Hans Dampf Evo, tubeless ready, 27.5x2.35, folding [R] Schwalbe Rock Razor Evo, tubeless ready w/Pace Star compound, 27.5x2.35

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Jun 17, 2015 at 22:00
Jun 17, 2015

Gary Fisher Tassajara Disc Large UPDATED

$175 USD
*Updated with photos taken 6/21/15 For sale is an upgraded 2006 Gary Fisher Tassajara. I haven't ridden this bike in a few years so it is time to find a new home. Great for someone who is looking for a capable cross country bike without breaking the bank. It has seen its fair share of trail, but has no dents or cracks and a couple of scratches (mainly on chainstay). Stanchions are scratch free, and the brakes stop on a dime. The gears and shifting just got tuned up by the lbs. Price is so low as I'm looking to move it quickly. The fork alone cost me over $200, so you won't find a better equipped bike at this price. Pedals not included. Upgrades: Fork: 2011 Rockshox Recon Silver TK disc Brakes: Avid BB7 mechanical disc brakes Saddle: WTB Rocket V race

Jun 17, 2015 at 21:49
Jun 17, 2015

Rocky Mountain RMX Canuck Edition Large Custom Build

$800 USD
*Updated with photos taken 6/21/15 With this bike it's as simple as point and shoot. The suspension is butter and will soak up just about anything you put in it's path. Stanchions are in excellent condition, and are virtually scratch free. Destroys the local downhill trails and has yet to meet a trail that's not up for the challenge. Does not have any problems other than a few cosmetic scratches and the front brake pads needing replacing. The bearings have been flawless. I haven't ridden it in two years so it is time to pass it off it to someone who will beat the crap out of this bike like it's made to be. Frame: 2007 Rocky Mountain Canuck Frameset Large Fork: Marzzochi 888 Headset: Chris King Stem: Marzzochi Direct Mount Bar: Race Face Atlas Shifter: XTR Derailleur: Saint Cassette: XT Chain: PC 991 Brakes: Front: Hope Rear: Saint Shock: Fox DHX 5.0 Cranks: Saint Wheels: MTX rims laced into DT Swiss hubs Tires: Maxis Minion DH Seatpost: Thompson Elite Seat clamp: Hope Seat: Titec Pedals not included. Fell free to message me with any questions! I will ship within the country as long as the buyer pays all applicable fees.

Jun 9, 2015 at 21:19
Jun 9, 2015


May 24, 2014 at 9:23
May 24, 2014
Mountain Creek Bike Park Webisode Series has started this Season - follow to keep up with all the action at the park! Keep it Shredding! Autumn Media
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dirtnut Margus's article
Dec 27, 2013 at 17:54
Dec 27, 2013
2013 Year Ender Sender With Margus Riga
^ You could have said that to just about every shot. Incredible. We need a photographer of the year contest... maybe one of the Pinkbike awards?
dirtnut briceshirbach's article
Dec 23, 2013 at 8:21
Dec 23, 2013
From Where We Stand Episode 1: Mountain Creek Bike Park, NJ
Awesome episode! I live in NJ and ride MCBP often; it truly is an amazing place to ride. Only thing that irks me is that it sounds like they are trying to be too East vs. West. While I get that most feel the East Coast is underrated, there is no need to try and compare it with the West Coast riding. By constantly saying that the East Coast has "this and that" and the West Coast doesn't, further provokes the image that the East Coast is inferior (in my mind). The East has top notch trails and is a phenomenal place to ride, and shouldn't need to be compared to the West Coast to gain credibility. Regardless, awesome episode and look forward to the others in this series!
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