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jtn1989 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 10, 2016 at 1:43
Jun 10, 2016
YT Industries - UCI WC DH - Leogang Fantasy Contest
1. minnaar 2. atherton 3. Gwin 1. Atherton 2. Carpenter 3. Seagrave
jtn1989 TFTunedShox's article
Apr 1, 2016 at 3:56
Apr 1, 2016
Added 6 photos to Specialized-Demo-8
Mar 13, 2016 at 12:01
Mar 13, 2016
Selling
Mar 13, 2016 at 11:58
Mar 13, 2016

Specialized Demo 8 Great Spec 26" with spares

$1800 GBP
For Sale! Great bike, as exemplified by some of the top downhillers in the world! Frame is a size large in excellent condition! No dents, a few very very small scratches. Rides like a dream, and have customised it to make it even better, including an 8mm offset headset to increase the reach... Spec: Size large frame Fox Van RC rear shock (I have a recently serviced 2015 vivid air r2c currently installed that I will leave in for £200 - you can have the fox too) Boxxer RC (I have a charger damper currently installed that I will leave in for £200 - the charger is a beauty but the RC has been tuned by TFtuned) Full Shimano Zee brakes and drivetrain with Truvativ Descendant cranks and Specialized Beanie pedals Superstar DHX wheels (with super fast pick up) but also have the original Specialized wheels which will be included- in the pictures I've got a mismatched pair but I have the other two wheels Tires are a bit knackered but I have a large collection of spares - hill billy, wet scream, butcher controls which I can throw in Answer ProTaper handlebars and stem, with ODI troy lee designs grips. Headset is a Works Components Reach Adjust headset with 8mm offset - if you want the reach shortened I can put in a BRAND NEW regular headset. Cheers for looking!

jtn1989 samuwell's video
Mar 12, 2016 at 14:50
Mar 12, 2016
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Nice job mate! My lack of confidence in my tires really bugged me today... will nail that next time!

Jan 11, 2016 at 4:36
Jan 11, 2016
Selling
Jan 11, 2016 at 4:33
Jan 11, 2016

Price drop!! Specialized Stumpjumper EVO 26 Upgraded

$1300 GBP
PRICE DROP!! Selling my Recently Serviced, upgraded Specialized Stumpjumper due to it being too small for me! Brilliant bike, rides exceptionally well with the upgraded parts; capable of everything from XC to mild DH! Spec list: Frame - Alloy, size Large. Bearings/bottom bracket (brand new)/headset (brand new) all in perfect working order. Some paint wear and scuffs (to be expected) but NO dents!! Shock - upgraded to Rockshox Monarch+ RT3 Debonair - brilliant performance Fork - upgraded to Rockshox Pike RCT3 - small amount of paint wear from cables Cockpit - Raceface Atlas 50mm stem, Renthal Fatbar, 780mm, ODI Troy lee designs lock-ons Brakes - Shimano SLX on 200/180mm rotors front/rear with ice-tec pads Drivetrain - Sram X9 clutch mech, Sram cassette, 11-38t, with a Superstar components 32t narrow wide chainring on shimano cranks (I believe the equivalent of deore). Pedals up anything I've ever wanted to pedal up! Seat post - Rockshox reverb, 125mm. Can be internally routed but I've never got round to it!! Wheels - Specialized. Hubs are perfect. Rear wheel has a small flat spot and small ding but doens't affect the ride, and still works tubeless!! Specialized Butcher control front/Purgatory control rear, both with good tread. PEDALS NOT INCLUDED Pick up prefered - am based in Christchurch but happy to drive a reasonable distance if getting the price I want. Feel free to message me with any questions.

jtn1989 dbaker's article
Oct 14, 2015 at 15:51
Oct 14, 2015
9 Questions with McGarry - Red Bull Rampage 2015
When you see the headcam of Brendog's run though, with the double canyon he built - gap isn't as large as the proper gap, or as big as some of the other drops, but the technical aspect of it and the rest of his line was sweet! Defo not a boring, fast run down the mountain!
jtn1989 PedalingInnovations's article
Oct 6, 2015 at 1:29
Oct 6, 2015
Pedaling Innovations Introduces the Catalyst Pedal
I have Eu46 feet, use 5.10 freeriders on specialized beanies with a mid-foot placement, because that way the arch of my foot naturally curves around pedal to give loads of grip on my DH bike and on my trail bike. Can still pop around all over the place, but wouldn't say it makes me a strong pedaller. When I used to ride on the balls of my feet they'd slip all the time. What I'm getting at is that for me, mid-foot gives better grip (without stupidly oversized pedals) but I can still confidently have fun!
jtn1989 samuwell's photo
Oct 2, 2015 at 4:32
Oct 2, 2015
Or not as I've just realised your selling it :'(

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