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Easton Havoc Carbon 750mm

$100 CAD
Perfect condition as seen from pictures. 31.8 clamp size. 750mm wide. 20mm rise. 9 degree back sweep. 5 degree upsweep. 240 grams. No scratches. I always used carbon paste. Used for only 1 year. Selling only because I switched to a wider bar. I'm happy to ship within Canada and the US for extra. Thanks for looking.

jon123rjk RichardCunningham's article
Jul 16, 2014 at 15:10
Jul 16, 2014
Specialized 2015: The Enduro Gets 27.5-Inch Wheels
mtbkook: Out of curiosity, what type of tires on your buddy's Trance 27.5? I'm so curious how the TK 26 2.4 measure up to moderate size 650B tires. I know my TK 2.4 measure about 27"
jon123rjk RichardCunningham's article
Jul 14, 2014 at 8:21
Jul 14, 2014
Specialized 2015: The Enduro Gets 27.5-Inch Wheels
hamncheez ... I bet you are so right. Especially with larger front tires, such as the Conti Trial King 26 x 2.4
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Jun 20, 2014

Industry Nine (I9) Ultralite

$480 CAD
Incredible condition wheels. Almost no scratches. These are the previous version I9 hubs with Stan's Crest rims. Built up by Industry Nine in North Carolina. Light enough for racing but more than stiff enough for trail riding. Red hubs and red spokes. 1460 grams -- with rim tape and valves installed 120 points of engagement. That's a stellar engagement of every 3 degrees! Front: 15 mm Rear: 142 x 12 (set up that way now) or 135 x 10 (supposed to be a bit more rigid than the standard qr but can be used on any QR dropouts) I've had these for less than 2 years and living in this part of Canada means obviously only seasonal riding. They were more than US$1000 new. Extras: 4 unused red spokes that came as extras DT Swiss bolt thru 135 axle: Unused high quality replacement main bearing for rear hub Thanks for looking. NOTE: I'd be happy to ship to the US but the cost is quite high, about $100 Canadian, at least with the size wheel box I have

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jon123rjk mikelevy's article
May 19, 2014 at 5:22
May 19, 2014
Cane Creek's New DBinline Shock - First Ride
For 100 grams I'd take the CCDB air CS. Best shock ever.
jon123rjk JordanCarr's article
May 5, 2014 at 12:09
May 5, 2014
Inside Ibis Cycles: Artful Innovation
chasejj - No question the HD/HDR seemed to be sized one full size smaller than they should be. Really what Ibis needs to do is drop the small -- make the current medium the sized small, the large the medium, and the extra large the large. That of course leaves them without a proper XL but it may just be the case if you're over a certain height (maybe 6' 1"/6' 2") you just can't fit one. I'm 5' 8" and run a short stem. When I got my HDR a few months ago I sized up and got a large. The standover was virtually identical to a medium and all the other measurements put it in the same category as the current crop of many mediums -- the Bronson, the Mach 6, the T27.5
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