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Jan 30, 2015 at 5:19
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What rotor is that?

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Transition Revolution 32 20mm front 135x10 rear

$175 USD
First off, it is set up single speed. Not sure if I'm selling it that way at this price or not, but let me know if you plan to use a cassette or not. They aren't in the best condition, but they do work just fine. A few scuffs here and there but nothing serious like a dent or flat spot. These wheels can take a serious beating. The tires and rotors in these pictures aren't included but maybe something could be worked out. Tires: Maxxis DTH folding 2.35 Rotors: Avid Cleansweep 160mm Front: 20mm Rear: 135x10 axle included with purchase. Hubs are convertible to other sizes but I don't have the kits for it. They run about 20$ new.

fr3er1d3r TheFEST's article
Jan 21, 2015 at 15:03
Jan 21, 2015
Video: The Best of Fest POV
Just get on the bike and watch this video again. Done!
fr3er1d3r paulaston's article
Jan 19, 2015 at 12:00
Jan 19, 2015
Radon Slide Carbon 9.0 - Review
I think that pun is dead now...y'all done?
fr3er1d3r infinitetrails's article
Jan 18, 2015 at 6:06
Jan 18, 2015
Video: Unicycling on Mount Damavand in Iran
I'm a 2 wheeler rider myself. I kind of look at the unicycle as more of a handicap rather than an extension of myself, which is how I see a 2 wheeler. No disrespect. This guy's doing amazing things and seeing beautiful places. He's enjoying himself and harming nobody. Keep it up!
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Jan 17, 2015 at 3:04
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Jan 17, 2015

Pike 454 U-turn 95-140mm

$245 USD
This fork is a legend. Popular on many dirtjump and street bikes a couple years back. Straight steer tube 1 1/8th A lot of people still with that they made this fork. Unfortunately, that's not the case. However, I do have one. It works perfectly, despite the scuffs. It has your compression adjustments via the patented Motion Control and u-turn to adjust the travel Steer tube is 7.5 inches (which is longer than you might want it but better longer than short. See the last picture for how tall that looks on my Killswitch) 20mm QR axle (maxle) included Special starnut installed for if you want to run the cable down the steer tube, but that's optional. I can include a regular starnut if you would like. Just ask. Not much else to say, since everything works perfectly. I should mention the scuffs on the stanchion. I thought they would be worse for how they look but this fork does not leak. It's actually known to be one of the easiest forks to service and it's very low-maintenance. So if you really want this fork, I'd ignore the scratches. They really don't seem to affect anything at all. Argyle, 831, DJ, DJ2

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Jan 17, 2015

Transition Stepdown Pedals Green

$25 USD
These pictures are taken with a bit of dirt on the pedals. Could have cleaned it up but I didn't think to. So some of the marks are dirt, and some are scuffs. You should be able to tell which is which These are nice. -Universal set screw pins -anodized green -hex key spindle for simple installation -generously sized platform My bike came with these and I'm selling them to fit a different color scheme. They work perfectly.

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