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Jul 18, 2015

Cannondale F-SI CARBON 2 Large Brand New

$2500 GBP
Bought thinking I wanted something a bit more xc orientated, however I've decided i'm going to stick with full suss' Chance for you to buy a brand new bike with warranty for £500 off list price of £3000. Description: This Cannondale FSi 29 Carbon 2 2015 is available with our legendary Podium Point free accessory scheme. Pedal On say: Cannondale's F29 Hardtails have always been loved by racers but race courses have changed over the last few years. There is still the need for low weight and power transmission but handling has become even more critical. The all new FSi takes integration to the next level and delivers lower weight, better power transmission and more relaxed handling. This bike is the epitomy of Cannondale's intergrated philosphy and we think it is a winner. Canondale Say: For 2015, the game-changing, asymmetrical System Integration of the all-new F-Si is are sure to get the XC racers' hearts, well, racing. To create the fastest XC race rocket the world has ever seen, you've got to think a little diff erently. From its asymmetrically off set rear triangle and drivetrain to its new-school geometry and custom off set Lefty, every part of the new F-Si was designed as a System, fully Integrated in the pure pursuit of speed. 1 ASYMMETRIC INTEGRATION (Ai) DRIVETRAIN Our Ai design shifts the drivetrain and rear triangle to the rightby 6mm. This creates an ultra stiff rear wheel by reducing dish, and delivers the shortest chainstays on the market, dual chainring compatibility, tons of mud clearance, and a super responsive rear end. 1A STIFFER REAR WHEEL By keeping the rim and tyre in line with the centreline of the bike, but shifting the hub and cogs 6mm to the right, we make the spoke angles more even on both sides, creating a stronger wheel that's up to 60% stiff er than a conventionally laced wheel, while using a standard rim and normal 135mm hub. 1B SHORTEST CHAINSTAYS The Ai system allows for the shortest chainstays on the market (429mm), which moves the rear wheel for ward to be more under the rider, resulting in exceptional lateral stiff ness and racewinning traction. 1C Ai HOLLOWGRAM SPIDER The F-Si spider moves the chainrings out 6mm to match the rear triangle with no change in Q-factor. This enables the super short chainstays while providing ample mud clearance for the tyre and maintaining double and single ring compatibility. 2 SYSTEM 29 GEOMETRY Up front, the progressively slack 69.5° head angle gives the stability needed to attack on rough, fast descents, while the Lefty’s proprietary 29'er-specifi c 55mm fork off set reduces “trail” keeping the steering quick and nimble in slower, tight, technical sections. In back, the super short chainstays make the bike extremely agile for technical manuverability and crazy traction. 3 SPEED SAVE MICRO-SUSPENSION By pairing precise tube shapes with sophisticated carbon lay up, we are able to create areas on the rear chainstays and seat stays and seatpost that can defl ect to absorb shock, while staying completely rigid laterally and torsionally. This enhanced vertical compliance greatly improves rider comfort and rear wheel traction, so you can ride faster, longer. 4 SAVE 2 SEATPOST The all-new SAVE 2 seatpost has been redesigned to save almost 50 grams and deliver 20% more deflection. It has a more linear deflection curve which means more comfort , especially for lighter riders, while maintaining strength for max loads. 5 BALLISTEC CARBON Our proprietary carbon construction method pairs ultra strong military armoring fi bers with high strength resins and a tightly controlled network of high-modulus stiff ening fi bers to deliver ultra light frames with exceptional strength and ride-feel. Oh yeah, and lifetime warranties..

May 2, 2015 at 12:11
May 2, 2015

Orange Alpine 160

$1100 GBP
Reluctantly selling my Orange Alpine as I have now purchased a more xc orientated bike. This bike has been really well loved, and very well cared for, always cleaned/lubed after every ride. It is in excellent condition. Both mechanically and cosmetically. It has one small scratch on the top tube, which has been there for 18 months and hasn't gotten any worse. It is the only slight flaw on an otherwise quality bike. Everything works perfectly, you are welcome to come and view before you buy. It has had many nice upgrades including a 1x10 drivetrain, upgraded Low friction seals during last service at TF Tuned on fork, Thompson parts and new brakes. This really is a fantastic ride The bike also comes with 2x maxxis ardent tyres. The spec is as follows: Frame - Orange Alpine 160 18" Forks - Fox 36 Float R 160mm with upgraded Low friction seals during last service at TF Tuned. Rear Shock - Fox Float RP23 XV BoostValve Wheels - Hope pro 2's w/ Mavic EN321 Disc Rims Maxle front and rear Mud Guard - RockGuardz Carbon Tyres - Front Maxxis High Roller 2 2.4 EXO, Rear WTB Weirwolf 2.55 LT Brakes - Shimano Deore 2014 200mm front 180mm rear Rear Mech - Shimano Zee 2014 Shifter - Shimano SLX Chainset - Race Face xc Evolve Chainring - Raceface Narrowwide 32T Handlebar - Renthal Fatbar Stem - Thomson x4 50mm Seatpost - Thomson Saddle - Charge Spoon Peddles - Nukeproof Electron

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May 2, 2015 at 11:54
May 2, 2015
lattiffa smoke's article
Dec 13, 2011 at 1:19
Dec 13, 2011
The Art Of The Bail - Anticipation
Good advice, sitting at home now with a broken Pelvis, annoyingly it was the ride out of the woods where I did it.
lattiffa lattiffa's photo
Nov 22, 2011 at 9:37
Nov 22, 2011
Now for sale

Nov 22, 2011 at 6:49
Nov 22, 2011

Orange Alpine 160 18 inch

$1900 GBP
Reluctantly selling my Alpine due to breaking my pelvis and having to fund time out of work. As you can se from the pictures it is in great condition, and a really nice spec, which is listed below. The bike has been cared for and serviced by myself, all fork oil, spares, etc will be included with the bike. Also all vulnerable areas have been covered with helicopter tape, which i've done a proper job of so it's not really noticeable. I'm afraid the bike is pick up only as I can't lift it or drive at the moment. NO SWAPS i'm afraid as I previously mentioned I need the money. Frame - Orange Alpine 2010 18" Forks - Fox 36 Float R 160mm Rear Shock - Fox Float RP23 XV BoostValve Wheels - Hope pro 2's w/ Mavic EN321 Disc Rims Maxle front and rear Tyres - Maxxis Ardent 2.2" Brakes - Avid Elixir 5 185/185 Chain Device - Staitline silent drive Rear Mech - Shimano Saint Shifter - Shimano SLX Chainset - Race Face xc Evolve Handlebar - Renthal Fatbar Stem - Thomson x4 50mm Seatpost - Thomson Saddle - Charge Spoon Peddles Sunline V3

lattiffa cmac's video
Sep 28, 2011 at 10:23
Sep 28, 2011
Oh! So THATS how you ride a bike!

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Jul 30, 2011 at 11:43
Jul 30, 2011

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