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esstinkay captyvatemedia's video
Aug 1, 2015 at 19:39
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the jump to rock face was sweet

esstinkay pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 1, 2015 at 16:13
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Results: World Cup DH Mont-Saint-Anne - Finals
glad to see Brendog having a kickass season too
esstinkay Shovelpick's video
Jul 30, 2015 at 0:56
Jul 30, 2015
such a great edit, awesome trails

esstinkay SramMedia's article
Jul 22, 2015 at 22:32
Jul 22, 2015
Video: In the Know With Dylan and Curtis
anyone know what hubs they are using?
Added 6 photos to misc
Jul 20, 2015 at 10:48
Jul 20, 2015
Jul 20, 2015 at 10:47
Jul 20, 2015

Corsair Crown

$1250 USD
I purchased this bike used last August intending to race the NWCup series this season. I didn't race and have only rode this bike a handful of times. Adjustable geometry design, I have it in the low+slack setting (63 degree head angle, 12.5" bottom bracket height). You could install the secondary blow-off air shock to enable an additional 2.5" rearward travel. Spec- 2011 Corsair Crown Frame (size regular/medium) Marzocchi World Cup shock (steel spring). Secondary air shock not included. 2010 Marzocchi 888 RC3 Evo Ti fork Older Mavic Deemax DH wheelset. Indestructible. Mavic specific spoke wrench included. Shimano CS-HG50 Tiagra Cassette, 11-25t 9spd Funn Fatboy DH bars, cut down to 29.5" ODI Ruffian lockon grips Formula 'The One' brakes, newish pads Truvativ Hussefelt 165mm cranks Marzocchi direct mount stem Generic flat pedals Race Face Evolve Seatpost, adjustable to properly fit low+slack setting Leather WTB saddle Maxxis High Roller 2.4" dual ply 3c tires E13 chainguide X9 derailleur with X7 shifter Chainstays wrapped with 3m Mastic tape Bike has normal wear and tear from DH use. Frame has more paint chips than usual because Corsair uses a water based paint to reduce weight, but it actually flakes off really easily. Peeling a sticker will take off all the paint. Please PM with any questions. Will ship to lower 48 at buyers expense. Expect it to be between $120-180 depending on distance from Vancouver, WA. Prefer to sell this bike locally. Would consider trades for a 4x or short travel freeride bike that can pedal. Thanks for looking!

esstinkay pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 15, 2015 at 10:27
Jul 15, 2015
Ask PB: Foxy vs Mega, Fast Rolling Rear Tires, and Crank Arm Lengths
@sontator: couldn't agree with you more about the DHR2 60a but I've been using Nobby Nics with the trailstar compound on my hardtail trail bike this summer. Only got them because I didn't want to wait for backordered Maxxis. I was skeptical at first but they may be my new favorite tire. Best balance IMO between traction/rolling/durabiltity in everything from hardpack to rocks/roots and loose blownout. Have not had the chance to ride them in the wet though.. if/when it ever rains around here again, might have to revert back to the tried and true.
esstinkay pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 15, 2015 at 10:03
Jul 15, 2015
Ask PB: Foxy vs Mega, Fast Rolling Rear Tires, and Crank Arm Lengths
I have a similar setup on my Process 111, 2.5 DHF on the front and 2.4 DHR2 on the rear, tubeless with dual-ply casing. I like 28 PSI in the front and 32 PSI rear. Maybe a bit heavyish, but pretty much ideal for this bike in PNW terrain and conditions. The Ardent is a scary tire in many situations IMO - but the DHR2 climbs well, brakes well, corners well, rolls well, durable and predictable. No complaints.
esstinkay jessclark's video
Jul 14, 2015 at 5:22
Jul 14, 2015
it's like fmx v2

esstinkay ralbisurez's article
Jul 5, 2015 at 13:19
Jul 5, 2015
Athlete Profile: Kerstin Holster
metallica, trivium, pantera :)
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