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Aug 18, 2015 at 0:59Aug 18, 2015
Aug 13, 2015 at 17:57Aug 13, 2015
19 Slopestyle Bikes - Crankworx Whistler 2015
I wanna see someone on a blkmrkt killswitch out there!
Aug 10, 2015 at 17:57Aug 10, 2015
Kyle Jameson's 26" Wheeled Scott Gambler - Crankworx Whistler 2015
I think there's some logic to it. 26 is more versatile for tricks in air. Just is...I think 27.5 is a step forward for rolling over technical sections and what not. But not for tricks... And I would appreciate a heavier bike in the air during windier conditions. I definitely notice on windy days how much sketchier it is in the air. I'm easily tipped over if the wind is coming at me sideways. Heavier bikes are much less vulnerable to that, but the obvious trade off is that it's less maneuverable/agile. Can't agree more with the whole "ride your bike" mentality. It's easy to get caught up in making your bike better when you could be making yourself a better rider.
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Aug 9, 2015 at 7:28Aug 9, 2015
Aug 9, 2015 at 7:28Aug 9, 2015
I really like these pedals. I ended up going with a different set of pedals but these really fit the bill for me. And having pins in the middle of the spindle is a big factor for me .Adds that extra grip you miss without them! Very light and slim pedal. Cleverly designed for sure! One of the thinnest pedals on the market! Great for clearance below you and helps maintain low gravity stance. Used, but very functional. I did scrape a rock or two here and bent a pin a bit, but it's nothing to worry about it. Life of a pedal... A link to learn more from the official website http://www.origin8.bike/product-description/?prod_model_uid=9618
Aug 9, 2015 at 7:19Aug 9, 2015
Lightly used floating heat shedding avid rotor set 160mm front and 140mm rear If you need the necessary adapters, let me know. I might have them. You shouldn't need one for the front, as it's 160mm without an adapter. I do have a 140mm rear adapter though.
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Aug 9, 2015 at 6:58Aug 9, 2015
Aug 9, 2015 at 6:56Aug 9, 2015
I have a hardly used set of tires that make a powerful combo. Price is per tire. Retail is 55-60$ plus tax so I'm giving you a good deal already. **Both tires have at least 95% of tread left.** Butcher control front - 755g (control is a lighter casing tire) Slaughter Grid rear - 895g (grid being a heavier casing, better for DH level applications) Both folding tires. Front tire takes less abuse, so it's the reason it's a lighter casing vs a heavier one on the back. Very common choice but they're both pretty light tires. This is a mean combo. The slaughter is a more semi-slick version of the butcher. Both share the same side knobs. Both tires are tubeless ready and the front was setup so. The pores have been clogged so if you're going that route, it'll take you less fluid than setting up a new tire, which is nice. Thanks for reading!
Jul 28, 2015 at 22:05Jul 28, 2015
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