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jewpowered mtbstrengthcoach's article
Jan 26, 2015 at 13:41
Jan 26, 2015
Video: More Movement Tips to Help Your Cornering
holy fuck I am flexibility limited!!!
jewpowered Stevenwalton206's video
Jan 19, 2015 at 20:28
Jan 19, 2015
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Well, comparing this to my own footage.... I' really shouldn't do that.

jewpowered pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 14, 2015 at 7:58
Jan 14, 2015
Video: City Downhill World Tour 2015 Teaser
Urban dh porn, my girlfriend is going to hate how much attention I give this!
jewpowered pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 14, 2015 at 7:50
Jan 14, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: Correct Shock Length, Tubeless for Gravity, A-Line Paralysis Tips, and Keeping the Bits Out of Your Goggles
In reference to the rock in the goggles. I found that the vent openings in my helmet (giro remedy) would let small peices of dirt or decomposed granite in, they would then sit on top of the seal of my goggles and after harder hits that jostled the helmet up and down a bit on my head, the rocks would make it past the seal. Solution, helmets with mesh over the vents.
jewpowered mikelevy's article
Jan 7, 2015 at 9:48
Jan 7, 2015
Marzocchi 380 C2R2 Titanium - Review
I would say yes, but I'm biased as well. The lighter fork helps a lot with control and compliance, granted my last 888 was an 09 rcv, but everything I hated about that fork is gone! And it's stiffer than my boxxers and its lighter and quieter than my 40s. I'm a fanboy to say the least, and here in the US you can pick up a 2014 for way below the msrp
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Jan 6, 2015 at 19:24
Jan 6, 2015
Selling
Jan 6, 2015 at 19:20
Jan 6, 2015

Trek Session 8

$2000 USD
Up for sale is my coveted trek session, I am not sure if I'm really making the right decision selling it, but I bought a pretty 2014 carbon bike and I don't need 2 bikes, let me see if I can break this down for you Frame: Trek session 8, size large, polished and black. Main pivot bearings replaced with enduromax, all other bearings were checked and serviced 6 months ago when I went through it. There are no cracks, frame was a warranty replacement for the previous owner new in 2011, the lower chainstay was also a replacement under warranty last year. The downtube has jetski hydroturf (similar to frame defender glued on at the bottom, to protect from rocks or dents, and there is a piece higher up for easy shuttle protection. The top tube has a dent you can see in the pictures, left side, 1inch long, does not affect frames structure. Comes with a straight nsb derailleur hanger and a new trek factory spare hanger The bottom line is its not pretty, but its very sound and trek frames were the lightest on the market in 2009 for a reason, 2010 is the exact same and 2011 only slightly changed the tube design on the front triangle, alas they dent fairly commonly too. The bike rides like a dream, its fast, picks up speed well, flickable is the #1 description, and is hard to beat especially at this price, my Kona is more supple but not nearly as fast. Suspension: Front: 2011 Boxxer RC, red spring, was completely rebuilt last year, lowers repainted and new stickers adhered, then i bought a fox 40 and it just sat, fresh and mint, its seen 1 weekend since the rebuild and it feels just like my 2014 that came on the kona...no bullshit Rear Shock: 2011 Fox van RC, 450lb spring, spent plenty of time in a box not being ridden as I installed a vivid air, then an RC4, The shock is 100% functional and reliable Drivetrain: 2014 zee cranks and 36t chainring, original e13 lg1 chainguide, Shimano chain, new (2 rides) zee rear derailluer, and shifter in good condition. Fresh cable and newish housing, ready to ride Wheels and tires: Original bontrager wheels, dh tubes, brand new (no rides) kenda dh tires, I mostly ran my backup azonic outlaws, so these saw plenty of shed time. They are by no means perfect or 100% true but they are reliable and operational Brakes: 2014 Avid code R 203mm front 180mm rear other stuffs: Odi grips, loaded components bars and stem, bontrager seatpost- full length and q/r binder for pedaling to or from the trail, wtb speed v seat, No pedals, no lowballing, no int shipping, will ship to int forwarding centers, all shipping at buyers expense, local preffered, buyer pays through wells fargo or paypal and covers all fees there as well. Pretty simple, I have a quality, ready to ride bike with a pedigree, I know Treks are way overpriced! But this is fair market value, if you find a better deal, buy it. If you want this, feel free to contact me

jewpowered RichardCunningham's article
Jan 6, 2015 at 15:33
Jan 6, 2015
Maxima Chain Wax – Review
What would Griz use?
jewpowered RichardCunningham's article
Jan 6, 2015 at 15:32
Jan 6, 2015
Maxima Chain Wax – Review
It's cinnamon scented, not pine
Added 17 photos to For-sale
Jan 1, 2015 at 20:49
Jan 1, 2015
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