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Apr 23, 2014 at 13:59
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What shock is that?

downhillnews Lambchopsphoto's article
Apr 22, 2014 at 13:08
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Recap: Pro GRT 1 - Port Angeles
Mikey also broke his chain 1/2 way through his run! Pretty good getting 10th.....
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Mar 18, 2014 at 8:53
Mar 18, 2014
What class do you race?

downhillnews downhillnews's photo
Mar 16, 2014 at 21:40
Mar 16, 2014
Santa Cruz

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Mar 12, 2014 at 11:57
Mar 12, 2014
Thanks yes the bike is killer as is the fork it now has a DVO on the front.

Selling
Mar 12, 2014 at 5:59
Mar 12, 2014

Manitou Dorado Pro

$975 USD
Looking at selling the Dorado Pro that was on our show Zerode G2. That bike has been ridden 4 times total. Aside from some parking lot tests. Fork is basically brand new! I think the steer tube on it is 6.75" I can check. These are some of the best forks on the market right now. That price is delivered..... "Original 2010 Press Release "The Hayes Bicycle Group is pleased to announce the official release of the 2010 Manitou Dorado Pro. The Dorado Pro features 7050 aluminum legs and utilizes the same premium internals as the Dorado MRD carbon version. With premium durability, the Dorado Pro maintains its World Cup DH race pedigree. However, it’s not a typical DH race fork anymore. With the added strength of the 7050 aluminum legs, it becomes a very capable park, free-ride and big mountain fork. Along with proven TPC+ damping, the fork has plush top-out coupled with a unique hydraulic bottoming ramp-up that makes the fork feel bottomless. Updates for 2010 include an improved two-chamber, large-volume, low-pressure air spring which simplifies set-up and optimizes fork performance. The air spring pressure is now tuned by using a single valve at the top of the fork eliminating the second valve at the bottom of the leg. The pressure in the two chambers auto-equalizes when a shock pump is connected offering ease of set up by adding and/or bleeding off air from the top. Also, all mount hardware features high grade bolts with deep hex broaches offering an improved tool inter-face, and the brake line guide has been improved for optimum routing. Spec: Weight: 6.55lbs Travel: 180mm/203mm for 26” 175mm for 29” Chassis: Alloy Legs & Crown Spring: Dual Air Chamber Damper: TPC+ Hub: 20mm Hex Lock The 2010 Dorado Pro was designed and tested in California and North Vancouver and is handmade in our Milwaukee, Wisconsin, facility. The Hayes Bicycle Group will continue to offer a one-year service program which allows riders to return their fork for factory service and inspection at no charge (specific rules apply to factory service). All race support at the HBG race truck will remain free of charge as we continue to support race teams, free riders and privateers. MSRP for the Dorado Pro in 26” is $1,749 and $1,799 for the 29er version.""

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downhillnews RichardCunningham's article
Mar 11, 2014 at 6:52
Mar 11, 2014
Mick Hannah's Polygon DH Racer - BOS Air-Sprung Suspension and 26-inch Wheels
26"? NO CARBON? Nooooooooooooooo... said every downhill internet forum Cat 2 racer ever.
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