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jimithng23 yeticycles's article
Jun 25, 2014 at 8:36Jun 25, 2014
Rider Perspective: Jared Graves' Comeback At EWS 3 Valloire
Hate enduro for the marketing BS. Don't hate enduro for what it actually is, multi-stage bada$$ racing. And yes, Graves is a class act and a complete beast.
jimithng23 pinkbikeaudience's article
May 27, 2014 at 9:10May 27, 2014
Video: French Enduro Series - Blausasc
Clipped a rock with my right pedal in the trail this past weekend, went down in nearly identical fashion as JC. Sent me immediately face first into the ground with virtually zero chance of getting my hands/arms out to brace to impact. May have a fractured jaw, a few lacerations, and abrasions but overall I'm OK. Wish JC a speedy recovery!
jimithng23 Chromagbikes's article
May 21, 2014 at 15:49May 21, 2014
Video: Brandon Semenuk - Liaison Series
that's exactly what it is.
jimithng23 mikekazimer's article
Nov 13, 2013 at 17:07Nov 13, 2013
Race Face Next SL Cranks - Review
Except for the spider-less design. 28t is perfect for my setup and I can't get there with my SIXC.
jimithng23 karl-burkat's article
Nov 4, 2013 at 20:29Nov 4, 2013
Video: Kyle Strait Winning Rampage Run!
TMac's 2nd run was the sickest. Drop as large as the Oakley sender, but au natural with a blind flip leading into it. Gnarly exposed line up top...dude put it together. Andreu's 2nd run was nasty too!
jimithng23 redbullbike's article
Oct 17, 2013 at 6:05Oct 17, 2013
2013 Red Bull Rampage: Video Highlights
TMacs 2nd run ranked right up with the best runs of the day, IMO, right with Andreu's 2nd. I do however, believe the judges got it right with Straits's run. Massively technical *and* he tricked the biggest Icon sender.
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Sep 4, 2013 at 17:22Sep 4, 2013
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Sep 4, 2013 at 10:15Sep 4, 2013
Sep 4, 2013 at 10:14Sep 4, 2013
Large 2012 Lenz Sport Lunchbox Black Frame / fork / shock / headset combo This Lunchbox has 150 x 12 rear spacing for an extra stiff and razor precision ride. If you think 29ers flex, you haven't ridden a Lenz. Tapered head tube. 17.2" chainstays. 67 deg head tube angle (with a 150mm fork). ISCG tabs. 5" rockers - 6" rockers can be ordered from Lenz's website for $150. Fox FLOAT CTD shock. Rockshox Revelation RCT3 fork 140mm, dual position (110-140), 20mm thru axle. Cane Creek 110 headset. The frame is in excellent condition overall. Only blemishes are on the drive side yoke from a bout of chain suck. I installed clear 3M strips to protect from cable rub - they did the job except there's minor rub under the Lenz logo on the head tube. Fork stanchions are pristine; the lowers have just a few marks from, you know, riding. Rear shock is perfect, as is the headset. Ordered brand new from Devin, you're looking at $2395...then add on the fork and headset. Yours for $1850. Buyer pays shipping. PayPal only. Reasonable offers will be considered... Lowball offers will be ignored so don't waste your time, and mine. Hi-res, detailed photos available upon request. Thanks for looking.
jimithng23 csponsel's article
Mar 28, 2013 at 12:25Mar 28, 2013
Opinion: Who Owns a Trail?
Where I'm from (Midwest US), we don't have a problem with illegal trails - we (local club) obtained access by working with local government and land managers and we build/maintain 4 different trail systems in the area, all on public land. The problem we run into is people deciding to ride the trails when they're closed, building rogue trail features, and trail poaching. As Steward ("Trail Boss") of one particular trail system for our local club, it can get very frustrating to deal with these issues over and over again so I can align myself with the Trail Boss attitude. The difficult part is not having any authority to enforce rules since the trails are public land.