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kudos100 anthill's article
Oct 21, 2016 at 9:56
2 days
Not2Bad Free Online Premiere - Thanks for Tuning In
@Grunk: Everything after follow me, has been a step backwards IMO
Added 9 photos to bird
Aug 30, 2016 at 8:33
Aug 30, 2016
Aug 30, 2016 at 8:23
Aug 30, 2016

Bird Aeris XL Frame and shock - Excellent condition

$675 GBP
Hello, My Bird Aeris XL Frame and shock are for sale. The Frame is in excellent condition and has been helitaped since new. No dents or cracks. It has a few paint chips, some dirt under the helitape and some scuff marks, but other than that is Superb. I have taken the chainstay protector off so you can see the state of the chainstay in one of the pictures. The shock is a Monarch RT3 debonair and has had a custom tune from Loco tuning. The tune has made the shock even more supple in the first 3rd of the travel, while still giving mid stroke support and ramping up at the end. At the moment the shock has no volume spacers in it, but can be tweaked by adding a few if you'd like it more progressive. The shock is absolutely mint, and has pretty much just been run in. No scratches or marks on the stanchion or shock body at all. Please note, only the frame, shock and maxel are for sale, all the other bits are not included. I estimate the frame has covered between 50-75 miles, as I damaged my back (herniated disk) shortly after purchasing it and it has sat unridden for one and a half years. Rather than letting it sit, I thought someone else might as well enjoy it, as I'm not sure when I will be able to ride again. Bird include a lifetime transferrable warranty so the person who purchases the frame will have the warranty transferred to them. Postage within the Uk only. Buyer pays paypal fees or bank transfer. I estimate the shipping to be around £20, but we can work this out if you'd like to use you own courier. (If it's any more I'll add it on, any less and I'll subtract it) £675 ONO Any questions please ask. Cheers.

kudos100 ragley-bikes's article
Aug 29, 2016 at 8:51
Aug 29, 2016
kudos100 vernonfelton's article
Aug 4, 2016 at 16:18
Aug 4, 2016
2017 Kona Hei Hei Trail - First Ride
@mikekazimer: Find me a review where you have flat out said something sucks......... I doubt you will find much. Even the stuff that is bad is sugar coated as per the examples you cited. By all means protest that you write fair balance unbiased reviews, but judging by a lot of the comments the readers (and myself) don't think you do. It's alright, we understand you can't or are afraid to bite the hand that feeds you ;) You want to know what an interesting review looks like? Go and watch Top gear and Jeremey Clarkson. Ok it might be over the top and somewhat silly, but no sugar coating whatsoever.
kudos100 vernonfelton's article
Aug 4, 2016 at 9:27
Aug 4, 2016
2017 Kona Hei Hei Trail - First Ride
Pink bike reviews are pretty much advertorials now. Almost never say anything bad about the products and sugar coat everything they say. I tend to look at the comments to see a more honest appraisal of the bike. $5000? how much? Bloody boost, sod off. Enve wheels? Maybe I can sell one of my children. Much more realistic for the average buyer :P
kudos100 TheFEST's article
Jul 23, 2016 at 11:18
Jul 23, 2016
LooseFEST 2016, GoPro Course Check - Video
Insanity. Riding faster than most of us with ever ride a mtb.......................into a set of jumps.
kudos100 vernonfelton's article
Jul 5, 2016 at 14:32
Jul 5, 2016
Kona Launches New 2017 Models
@FindDigRideRepeat: Doesn't count if you use a chairlift or shuttle ;)
kudos100 vernonfelton's article
Jul 5, 2016 at 11:36
Jul 5, 2016
Kona Launches New 2017 Models
@FindDigRideRepeat: Guessing you don't ride uphill much then.
kudos100 RichardCunningham's article
Jul 5, 2016 at 11:30
Jul 5, 2016
First Ride: Tantrum Cycles Missing Link Suspension
@tantrumcycles: Also, one other point that I think is worth considering is that, it could be worth chopping half an inch of the ST length. 15.5, 17.5 and a 19.5 I have an inside leg measurement of 35" and can easily ride a 19" frame with a 150mm dropper. Having slightly smaller ST numbers would again give a bit more versatility between sizes due to difference in leg lengths and that most people run a dropper these days.
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