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May 20, 2015 at 22:12
May 20, 2015

SRAM X01 11 Speed Shifter

$100 CAD
Up for grabs is a SRAM X-01 shifter in great condition. Used lightly before changing to a different setup. Here are the manufacturer specs: SRAM X01 11 Speed Trigger Shifter There’s not much to report on the new SRAM X01 shifter; all the pertinent technologies carry over from XX1. The X01 trigger uses the same cable pull and has the same ZERO LOSS design, allowing you to fire off successive shifts with ease. The X01 shifters are also MatchMaker X compatible. The primary difference is that the XX1 shifter has a carbon cover, while the X01 version uses an aluminum shield that allows access to the shift cable and other internals. Claimed weight for the X01 trigger shifter is 91g. Features: SRAM 1X™ X-ACTUATION™ for precise and dependable 11-speed performance Zero Loss Engagement for fastest shifting Multi-adjustable trigger shifter MatchMaker X compatible Aluminum cover and adjustable forged aluminum pull lever Includes discrete clamp Weight: 91g Speeds; 11-speed Compatibility: 1X11 X-ACTUATION™ Recommended Group: X01 Technology Highlight(s): X-ACTUATION, ZERO LOSS, MatchMaker X Integrated Material: Aluminum cover, adjustable forged aluminum pull lever Front Shifting: Aluminum, stainless MatchMaker X Integrated: The MatchMaker X clamp is more than just a clamp. It’s like having Martha Stewart tidy up your cockpit. Since each clamp accepts up to three controls, you can put everything from your XLoc suspension lockout, your SRAM shifters and AVID brake levers as well as your Reverb XLoc remote, all on two clamps. Short of genetically engineering longer thumbs, it’s the ideal way to put everything within easy reach. Just like Martha would X-Actuation™: Developed specifically for SRAM XX1, X-ACTUATION keeps shifting sharp and consistent across the entyre 10-42T cassette Zero Loss Travel: You shift, your bike responds — instantly. Welcome to Zero Loss Travel™. No "lost" travel before the cable engages the shifting pawl. No lost momentum. No lost advantage. No loss, period. Get it in our X0 and X9 triggers, along with a 1:1 actuation ratio and SRAM's constant distance geometry. Don't just shift gears. Shift into higher realm of performance

jdigdog paul-snyder's article
May 6, 2015 at 23:04
May 6, 2015
Video: A Bunny in the Sun
Awesome vid!!! Great riding Jac!! If only guys knew more about ladies only ;) Hahahaha
jdigdog roseoakhill's article
May 6, 2015 at 18:10
May 6, 2015
What Are People Riding? - Whistler Opening Weekend
I'm stoked to see 16% of riders out there are female on opening day! Yes, by far the majority are male which makes sense, but 16% ladies ain't bad for first day of the season!
jdigdog Fox-Head-Inc's article
May 6, 2015 at 15:15
May 6, 2015
Video: Katrina Strand and Myriam Nicole Launch the 2015 Fox Head Women's Range
New gear looks awesome! Great women to represent the brand. They can prob ride better than most of the keyboard warriors on PB.
jdigdog pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 26, 2015 at 23:58
Apr 26, 2015
Results: NW Cup / Pro GRT Round 1
Claire Buchar is a machine! She could easily be on the world cup circuit! She's like the Peaty of the women's side!
Selling
Apr 26, 2015 at 0:36
Apr 26, 2015

XS Specialized Demo 8 Eight Custom Limited Edition Fox 40

$2900 CAD
Up for grabs is my custom built XS Specialized Demo 8 with the Limited Edition paint job by Troy Lee Designs (there was only 250 of them produced!). It has had frame protection tape on since day 1 and is in mint condition. It hasn't been ridden much as I got more into XC. This is the perfect bike for a shorter rider - anyone from 4'11" to 5'4" would fit this bike well (I'm 5'3"). Great as a groms/kids bike if they are into DH! XS Specialized DEMO 8 with Limited Edition paintjob Fox 40 Kashima Fit RC2 fork (NO scratches on stantions - see photos. Light spring inside) Shimano Saint M810 brakes ODI bump stops Risse Racing Crown steerer Cromag 50mm direct mount stem Easten Haven handlebars ODI sdg grips Shimano Saint 9 speed shifter Cane Creek Double Barrel Rear Shock Cane creek headset Shimano Saint m810 crankset (saint 36T chainring) Blackspire DER chainguide Thompson elite seatpost Chromag Moon DT saddle (brand new) Shimano Saint 9 speed rear derailleur Shimano 12-26 cassette Bontrager Big Earls Wheelset (150mm rear, 20mm front) Shimano RT 76 brake rotors (200mm front, 180mm rear) Goodridge brake hose Maxxis Ardent DH front Maxxis High Roller Super Tacky rear Live in North Vancouver, but often head to Whistler on weekends so can meet you at either or along the way somewhere! The only reason I am selling is that I was handed a pro's bike who just got sponsored by a new company! From the web: - Manipulated M5 alloy FSR frame with magnesium link has 8" of rear wheel travel; an oversized, forged head tube; rear derailleur protector, with suspension linkage engineered for the world's toughest terrain - Cane Creek Double Barrel coil shock provides a downhiller's dream of externally adjustable high-and-low-speed rebound and compression settings for maximum control over challenging terrain - Custom colorway designed by Troy Lee Designs for the world’s fastest bike, the Specialized Demo 8. Limited edition, only 250 produced worldwide.

jdigdog pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 17, 2015 at 15:05
Apr 17, 2015
Results: Short Track XC - Sea Otter Classic 2015
Given the vid I watched that shows N1N0 killing it in training, I'm not too surprised by this result! Now, if only I could get one of those uphill bike treadmills in my living room....
jdigdog EnduroWorldSeries's article
Mar 27, 2015 at 20:51
Mar 27, 2015
Official Video: Practice Doesn't Mean Perfect - EWS Round 1, Rotorua
My bad - just watching the live feed and lots of riders in half lids! So obviously there is no rules saying mandatory full face on race day!
jdigdog EnduroWorldSeries's article
Mar 27, 2015 at 16:41
Mar 27, 2015
Official Video: Practice Doesn't Mean Perfect - EWS Round 1, Rotorua
I'm not 100% sure...but I think the riders can choose any helmet they want for PRACTICE. When it comes to race day, I think the EWS rules say a full face is mandatory for all stages (not sure what the rules are for the liaison ride between stages though?). This is a video of practice, so it's not surprising to see half lids being used.
jdigdog pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 19, 2015 at 10:54
Mar 19, 2015
Video: She's Alright for a Girl
Bahahahahaha! Loved it...the difference between this and a guys vid that were to use chicks scantily clad is that this vid is making a joke of it. (Unfortunately things like the Monster Girls and still used as legit marketing). Anyhoo, great vid - awesome to see that many girls riding together and having a lot of fun! I think it also needs to be said that guys and girls can ride together and have a lot of fun too (doesn't have to be just guys or just girls!).
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