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POC VPD Tee & Elbow Pads

$130 USD
POC Spine VPD Tee - Size M used about 10 days. - $130 A short sleeve jacket with shoulder cups, breastplates and a back protector, certified for motor cycle standard EN 1621-2. The back protector is made of VPD and offers a high level of protection as well as aunique capability to adapt its shape to your body. TECHNICAL FEATURES Low density VPD back protector A layer of high density VPD in spinal area for
maximum protection Highly breathable mesh Ventilated Polypropylene shoulder and breast protection Removable and flexible waistband ******************************* POC VPD Elbow pads - L - $50 Comfortable elbow bike protection with a pre-bent shape. Made of stretchy Aramid fabric and impact absorbing VPD, which offers a high level of protection as well as a unique ability to adapt its shape to your body. Joint VPD Elbow are made of Visco-Elastic Polymer Dough (VPD) which fits perfectly to your body and yet proveds yoiu with an excellent degree of shock absorption.

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Jul 9, 2014 at 10:20
Jul 9, 2014
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Jul 9, 2014 at 10:19
Jul 9, 2014

650b Mavic Crossmax Enduro wheelset + tires

$875 USD
Brand new, in the box Mavic Crossmax Enduro wheelset with tires. Standard 10spd freehub (non-XX1). $875 + shipping (firm - no trades) Mavic Crossmax Enduro Wheel System 2014 - 27.5 Inch Crossmax Enduro is 100% developed to maximize the enduro experience. Different rims widths front and rear to accomodate different tyre width and tread pattern, unique features to offer the ultimate combination of grip and responsivness. Enduro racing front and rear specific Wheel-Tyre System Front Wheel: Grip and comfort: 21mm rim and 2.4 aggressive tire Rear Wheel: Responsiveness: 19c rim and 2.3 faster rolling tire Weight: Pair 650b/27,5": 1710 grams Mavic key technologies More responsiveness : ISM, Isopulse, UST Tubeless Ready Reliabity : Maxtal rim and Zicral spokes Guard² : the strongest tyre Dual ply construction makes for a super strong casing to prevent flats even at low pressure. Rubber layers thickness is optimized to keep the weight low. Recommended for enduro racing and all types of aggressive riding. Tire Contact Compound (50a) that offers excellent grip in both dry and wet conditions whilst not compromising durability and rolling efficiency.

Added 6 photos to Enve
Jun 2, 2014 at 20:16
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May 30, 2014 at 9:39
May 30, 2014
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May 30, 2014 at 9:36
May 30, 2014

Enve AM

$1600 USD
Enve 26" AM wheels, 2013 with DT Swiss 240 hubs. 28H. 142x12mm rear, will ship with either 15 or 20mm front (you specify). Rear rim had a defect and was just replaced/rebuilt by the factory, still in shrink wrap, never ridden. Rear freehub body is brand new, never had a cassette mounted on it. Front has normal use scrapes, perfectly true. Weight: DT 240 15/142 FT: 703 R: 788 Pair: 1491gr, comes with tubless rim strips/valves. Rim Depth: 31mm, Width 30mm http://enve.com/products/wheels/26-am-26am/

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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 19, 2013 at 21:05
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