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Apr 8, 2016 at 18:33Apr 8, 2016
Feb 4, 2016 at 7:50Feb 4, 2016
Ridden for 6 months. Moving to the next bike. Overall, good shape but has some imperfections. Spent 6 months riding the bike around the country and it is an amazing rig. Moving onto something else. Has a Surly Dirt Wrangler up front and stock tire on back set up tubeless. MSRP $3700 Alpha Platinum Aluminum, Boost148, Midstay, E2 tapered head tube, internal derailleur & dropper post routing, PF92, Stranglehold dropouts, G2 Geometry Front suspension Manitou Magnum 34 Pro, air spring, E2 tapered steerer, Boost110, G2 Geometry w/51mm offset, 110mm travel WHEELS Wheels DT Swiss 350 hubs, SUNringlé Mulefüt rims Tires Bontrager Chupacabra, Tubeless Ready, aramid bead, 29x3.0" DRIVETRAIN Shifters SRAM X1, 11 speed Rear derailleur SRAM X1, Type 2 Crank SRAM X1 1400, 30T X-Sync Cassette SRAM XG-1175, 10-42, 11 speed Chain SRAM PC 1130 COMPONENTS Saddle Bontrager Evoke RXL, hollow Ti rails Seatpost KS eThirty Integra, remote lever, 2-bolt head, 31.6mm, zero offset, internal routing Handlebar Bontrager Rhythm Pro, OCLV Carbon, 31.8mm, 15mm rise Stem Bontrager Rhythm Pro, 31.8mm, 7 degree Headset FSA IS-2, E2, sealed alloy cartridge Brakeset Shimano Deore XT hydraulic disc
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Sep 24, 2014 at 15:31Sep 24, 2014
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MRP Stage Fork - Review
Fork was reviewed on a Trek Fuel EX 9 29er.
Jul 10, 2014 at 4:31Jul 10, 2014
Garmin Edge 800 - Review
Though we asked for the most recent GPS release, this was the unit Garmin passed along for review early this year. They must feel the unit still has relevance in the market.
Jun 5, 2014 at 4:32Jun 5, 2014
Bontrager Rhythm Elite Handlebar - Review
Thanks for noticing! Borrowing a fork off a bike with a much taller headtube.
May 7, 2014 at 7:13May 7, 2014
Michelin Wild Rock'R2 Tire - Review
They were used as both front and rear.
May 5, 2014 at 13:35May 5, 2014
Inside Ibis Cycles: Artful Innovation
Just curious what is misleading about this article? This is a brand that was built from the ground up as mountain biking has progressed. Sure, they don't currently manufacture their bikes in the US, but what we are showing is the culture and personalities behind the brand. Every Taiwanese frame needs to come from a design and idea, it is these people and places we hope to show in these articles that make those products possible. Appreciate your opinion though.
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- Osprey Rev 6 Pack - Review Sep 22, 2014 – Comments: 14
- MRP Stage Fork - Review Aug 29, 2014 – Comments: 102
- Inside WTB: Transitioning from History Aug 15, 2014 – Comments: 40
- Arcade Midnighter Belt - Review Jul 8, 2014 – Comments: 0
- Garmin Edge 800 - Review Jul 7, 2014 – Comments: 79