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discombob mtbstrengthcoach's article
Apr 27, 2013 at 12:21Apr 27, 2013
How to Touch Your Toes Without Stretching
Don't mind the pinkkids. Eventually they too will age, crash, get hurt and be forced to listen to the wisdom of trainers like James to get their health back. It's the cycle of life :)
discombob khsfactoryracing's article
Apr 21, 2013 at 22:29Apr 21, 2013
Video: Kevin Aiello - 2012 Rider Profile
Found the song! It's HEAT UP by MOBSCENE.
discombob Lone-Wolf-Productions's article
Apr 1, 2013 at 22:23Apr 1, 2013
Dylan "Shred Hard" Sherrard Calls it Quits - Lone Wolf Productions
t-shirt and jeans like a boss!! :)
discombob artbarn's article
Mar 11, 2013 at 18:26Mar 11, 2013
Video: Kip Shortreed - All Mountain Shred
I'm starting to wonder if Squamish doesn't look like the best place I've ever seen for sick "AM" or general mountain biking on a 5-6" bike...
discombob fssphotography's article
Mar 1, 2013 at 9:15Mar 1, 2013
Video: Masters of Dirt 2013
I think the point is obviously that this IS a circus / show and an amazing one at that... don't be jealous. Just enjoy their hard work and preparation.
discombob discombob's photo
Feb 25, 2013 at 15:09Feb 25, 2013
Feb 23, 2013 at 16:14Feb 23, 2013
High Rise, 711 mm (28 inches) wide... a nice sturdy bar for aggressive cross country that weighs only 227 grams (8 oz). It does have some scarring, but no cracks or laminate problems and I rode it this way for 2 years without issue. In fact, the taperwall technology from Easton makes this thing feel very stiff. Just remember not to torque down your components to the bar hard enough to crack the carbon after you nab it from me ;)
Feb 14, 2013 at 14:42Feb 14, 2013
Size 7.875"x2.25" pulled from my used 2008 Trek Remedy frame. Comes with "XV (eXtra Volume) air can" as an option, as well as Remedy mounting hardware. I ran the stock can for more bottom-out resistance on my Remedy. This shock was highly reliable and is flawless (no scratches anywhere). It always felt nice and consistent before the headtube on my frame cracked. I can't use this size shock on my new frame, so I'm selling. Willing to ship within the U.S. for another $10 if you can provide payment with Paypal.
Feb 14, 2013 at 14:22Feb 14, 2013
135 mm rear ABP skewer / drop outs pulled from my used 2008 Trek Remedy frame. Everything looks straight, including derailleur hanger. If you misplaced or broke your old skewer, here ya go! Will ship for another $5 ($25 total) anywhere in the U.S. (Paypal)
Jan 26, 2013 at 10:58Jan 26, 2013
SIZE S/M older style Rock Gardn flack jacket that has served me well for over 5 years and still in excellent shape with all seams and netting completely intact. Rock Gardn stuff is apparently built to last. I've moved on, but it was quite comfortable and served me well for what it is. I hope it will come in handy to the new downhiller looking for a confidence boost as they work up to more advanced terrain.