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Mar 8, 2014 at 8:16
Mar 8, 2014

Turner 5-Spot DW SRAM X0

$2600 USD
2010 Turner 5.Spot Mountain Bike Weight = 27 lbs, custom painted by Turner Frame - size medium, custom painted hot pink, all new pivots and journal bearings Wheels - 26" wheels with Stan's Arch tubeless rims and new Maxxis Ikon tires mounted tubeless Fork - Rock Shox Revelation, 150mm travel, 20mm axle, all new seals and oil from Rock Shox Service Center, some scratches on the paint and a tiny stanchion scratch (shown in photos) New Rock Shox Monarch rear shock Crank Brothers Joplin 4R dropper post, new rebuild by Crank Brothers Formula RX brakes, 160mm rotor Chris King headset 3x9 drive train Race Face Deus triple crank and bottom bracket SRAM XO rear derailleur, cassette, and shifters SRAM X9 front derailleur Crank Brothers egg beater pedals Truvativ Stylo World Cup bar and stem

grooveninja briceshirbach's article
Feb 26, 2014 at 8:04
Feb 26, 2014
Trans-Sylvania Enduro Details
After doing last years Breck Epic "enduro" race, I won't do one of these combined "XC-Enduro" races until I see how they do timing. Breck-Epic used Strava, which might work for XC racers who only care about their total time for the day, but I would stop 100 yards back from the start sign to wait for a big gap so your not passing 40+ guys on 29er hardtails (oh, this happens every day on the early stages unless your in the top 10 XC guys). 1/2 the time your 10 minute wait for a 20 second gap would be inside the Strava "enduro" segment (as you don't know how accurate or inaccurate the Start sign vs Strava vs your gps all are) and you have 10 minutes of being stopped added to your 10 minute enduro stage time. You can also wait and start 30 minutes late, but then you just end up catching even more of the slower racers. I'm sure the course is fun (Breck-Epics was), that isn't the problem with these "hybrid" enduro races. Maybe BC Bike Race or Trans Sylvana will be the first to figure out how to run both events smoothly and give decent time intervals for clear trails to enduro racers without interfering with XC stage racers. Until then, I'm personally only interested in doing races like Crested Butte Enduro 5-day enduro, Trans-Provence, Trans-Savoie that are focused more on the enduro side.
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Sep 2, 2013 at 21:07
Sep 2, 2013

34 TALAS 27.5 150 FIT CTD 650b fork

$950 USD
New OEM, 2014 34 TALAS 27.5 150 FIT CTD tapered fork. Take off OEM bike, never ridden. Includes Cane Creek tapered headset. 7.25" steerer tube

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Mar 16, 2012 at 9:13
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Mar 16, 2012 at 9:01
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grooveninja mikelevy's article
Jan 10, 2012 at 16:05
Jan 10, 2012
Tech Tuesday - Cane Creek AngleSet Install
So if I placed a 1.5 deg backwards on the top cup and another 1.5 deg forwards on the bottom cup, would I slacken the bike 3 degrees? Can you us two angled cups simultaneously?
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