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Jun 29, 2015 at 16:14Jun 29, 2015
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Jun 28, 2015 at 16:33Jun 28, 2015
2015 California Enduro Series: Round Three, Pro Podium
So 1st and 2nd place women are looking for sponsors.....anyone......anyone.
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Jun 21, 2015 at 12:30Jun 21, 2015
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Jun 19, 2015 at 18:58Jun 19, 2015
Get to Know Pinkbike - Richard Cunningham
Richard, Good write up. I always wanted one of your bikes. The elevated rear stay bike you did with MBA and influenced Yeti to make the Ultimate with.... This is what people strive for when they pick up an electric guitar just like I wished I rode like Nico....but after 28 years on a MTB I know that will never happen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5n0M_omSuH8
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Jun 18, 2015 at 11:02Jun 18, 2015
Video: Mike Jones' Summer With Sam Hill
Looking dusty and tree filled down there!
downhillnews pinkbikeaudience's article
May 19, 2015 at 17:50May 19, 2015
Enduro World Series Round 2 Fantasy Contest - Win a GT Sanction
Men 1.) Jerome Clementz 2.) Fabien Barel 3.) Justin Leov Women: 1.) Anne Caroline Chausson 2.) Tracy Mosely 3.) Anneke Beerten
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May 12, 2015 at 20:29May 12, 2015
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May 12, 2015 at 13:50May 12, 2015
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May 12, 2015 at 11:37May 12, 2015
Selling a 4 month old size Large MEGATRAIL. This bike is awesome it handles like a DH bike on the way down and is built for park days unlike most other "ENDURO" bikes. Look at the reviews everyone is raving about this bike. Built kit is a s follows.... I am 6' 1" and the bike fits me it will fit people up to 6' 6" tall!!!! BUYER PAYS SHIPPING!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1. LG GG Megatrail Black CCDB CS Shock 2. Chris King Inset 3. Race Face SIXC bars, Cranks 4. Race Face ATlas 35mm Stem 5. race Face 34 Chainring 6. SRAM X01 11spd DER, SHIFTER and Cassette! 7. Derby 40mm DH carbon rims laced to Profile Elite hubs all black 8. 2015 Fox 36 TALAS fork 9. Magura MT7 203mm F/R Brakes 10. Specialized Butcher GRID F tire and Geax Goma rear 11. KS LEV Integra Post 12. WTB Saddle "The MEGATRAIL is leading the revolution in trail bike freedom. As a highly refined and extremely versatile trail bike, the MEGATRAIL is built for everything from conquering high-alpine adventures to getting after it at your local enduro race,or just slaying your after-work rides. And when it’s time to turn the Rad up to 11, Gravity Mode™ provides a 30-second, one-bolt geometry toggle that transforms the bike into a downhill dominator. The MEGATRAIL isn’t purely focused on downhill domination, though. Extremely well-tuned anti-squat characteristics and mid-stroke support create a very efficient pedalling platform. The modern geometry utilizes a roomy cockpit designed for short stems and wide bars, with slack head angle and low bottom bracket. Both front and rear frame triangles are optimized for each specific wheelsize (26" or 27.5"), giving you the choice to run whatever you want; 27.5" front/26" rear is also possible. Building on the lively ride qualities of the GG/DH downhill frame, this design achieves best-in-class pedaling, next-level cornering, and downhill authority. The MEGATRAIL suspension was developed in collaboration with Cane Creek for the DBair CS. It's optimized for air shocks and provides support while pedaling, small bump sensitivity, and progression for hard bottom-out resistance. Geometry Benefits Security in steep areas The front axle is more advanced than in a conventional geometry making it almost impossible to go over the bars in steep sections. It feels more secure and confident due to a slacker angle perception. Confidence at high speed The longer wheelbase makes the bike much more stable over any terrain. Direct steering The really short 10 mm, 30 mm or 50 mm stems mean much less handlebar movement to get the same front wheel angle, thus improving steering precision and making the bike extremely reactive. Uphill precision The front wheel keeps the contact on the ground avoiding wheelies due the longer front-center length. Stability on rough sections The FG defends a new weight balance between front and rear wheels making possible to load the front wheel a lot more than with a classic geometry. This possibility changes your handling as it allows for more grip in cornering and better control."
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