Aug 28, 2016 at 8:26Aug 28, 2016
Getting to Know Kyle Warner
@gmcgurk: Yea good old Bo. I can't believe that place is still there. Seems like dirt jumps only lasted a few months on average before getting dozed. Check his parkfield video too, it captures collegiate racing pretty well. I take camera man credit for capturing the longest crash ever (girl on slalom course)!
Aug 27, 2016 at 7:14Aug 27, 2016
Getting to Know Kyle Warner
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ft1GhUnILT8 My Bro shot this video of Kyle way back when they were both at Chico (I think Kyle went to school there, my brother did). He was an aspiring amateur videographer at the time and won a contest put on by Magura.
hodakaracer96 satchscratch's photo
Feb 8, 2016 at 18:08Feb 8, 2016
Added 8 photos to Dev-Wilson
Aug 23, 2015 at 21:27Aug 23, 2015
Aug 23, 2015 at 21:24Aug 23, 2015
Near stock 2012 Devinci Wilson XP, size XL. The only thing not stock is the cranks, pedals, tires and the bars. Here is the spec sheet: FRAME: Aluminum Optimum G04 FORK: RockShox Boxxer RC 200mm (extra firm spring installed, medium spring will come with the bike as well) HEADSET: Cane Creek 10-Series Zero Stack TRAVEL: 216mm REAR SHOCK: Fox VAN RC Performance series FRONT RIM: Alexrims FR32 FRONT HUB: Formula Disc sealed 20mm thru axle REAR RIM: Alexrims FR32 REAR HUB: Formula Disc sealed 12x150mm thru axle SPOKES: DT Swiss Champion FRONT BRAKE: Avid Elixir 5 REAR BRAKE: Avid Elixir 5 REAR DERAILLEUR: SRAM X.7 REAR SHIFTER: SRAM X.7 CRANKSET: practically brand new Shimano Saint (not pictured) BOTTOM BRACKET: Truvativ Howitzer Team PEDALS: Diety CASSETTE: SRAM Power Glide II 950 9s 11-28T CHAIN: Shimano HG53 HANDLEBAR: Answer 780mm STEM:Truvativ Hozfeller Direct Mount 31.8mm SADDLE: Selle Italia XR SEATPOST: Devinci WLSN 31.6mm SEAT COLLAR: Alloy CNC 34.9mm GRIPS: Devinci Performance w/lock-on CHAINGUIDE: E13 LS1+ with Taco Bash
Added 12 photos to Enduro-Evo
Aug 23, 2015 at 21:07Aug 23, 2015
Aug 23, 2015 at 21:05Aug 23, 2015
2011 Specialized Enduro Evo XL I have had this bike since new. As far as maintenance goes everything is in good shape. The shock was serviced a few rides ago by fox. The dropper has been serviced ~ 6 months ago. The fork has been serviced several times, with the low stiction SKF seals - last time ~ year ago. Most of the frame, wheel, and bottom bracket bearings have been replaced recently. Chain and sprockets are in very good condition. Sprung for around a 200lb rider. Everything is 2011 model year unless noted: 160mm frame, Fox van R shock (600lb spring) 170mm Fox Vanilla R fork (second stiffest spring) Rear wheel - Azonic Outlaw Front wheel - stock Specialized (DT hub internals) 750mm Specialized DH bar 50mm Azonic stem (stock 90mm available as well) Avid Elixir CR brakes (8"/7" rotors) Command Post 125mm Specialized seat 2013 175mm XO carbon cranks and 2 x front sprockets 2012 X9 shifters (2014 X9?) 10 speed cassette 11-36t 2014 X9 type 2 derailleur (I removed gamut front chain guide wheel, will include in purchase, doesn't drop chains with type 2 rear mech). 2014 shimano chain X7 front derailleur 2 x continental 2.4 Trail King Tires
hodakaracer96 paulaston's article
Aug 20, 2015 at 18:27Aug 20, 2015
First Look - Leatt 2016
I wonder if my 5.7" Samsung Phablet would fit in the cell phone pocket...?
hodakaracer96 satchscratch's article
Jul 1, 2015 at 22:11Jul 1, 2015
Tales of Trails on a Semester Abroad
Super rad photos. Did you do the self shots or did your girlfriend help?
Photo by krazykxrider