I like to bike.
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PRICE DROP! This bike has been put through four seasons of riding. It has been kept in great shape with constant general care and checkups at bike shops. This bike will be excellent value for someone who is anywhere from a beginner to a somewhat advanced rider. I recently put on a brand new pair of $450 Shimano Zee brakes for front and back, and I am willing to sell the bike for $1100 without the brakes. Either price includes fork servicing kit and fork oil, a brand new spare downhill innertube and the stock handlebars if you would like. Upgrades include: Shimano Zee Brakes (front and back with rotors), new derailleur hanger, brand new chain (never ridden), Race Face Atlas handlebars, ODI lock on grips, Wellgo B065 pedals Servicing/ Repairs include: spoke tightening, reassembly of entire rear linkage system, pedals serviced, air in shock, new wiper seals on forks, new oil in forks. Specs include: TRUVATIV HAMMERSCHMIDT drivetrain, Sram X9 Derailleur, Truvativ headset, Race Face Atlas handlebars (gold), Sun Ringle Rims, Maxxis Minion Tires, Fox DHX 5.0 shock, Rock Shox Totem Fork, Wellgo B065 Pedals (red).
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Jul 11, 2014 at 9:34Jul 11, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: What Style of Grip Do You Prefer?
I used to swear by thin lock on grips since I though I had more control over the bike and more comfort. I just bought some thick ODI lock-ons that make my hands last three times longer at the bike park. (Sun Peaks, nothing but gnarly downhill on the brakes being battered by the chatter)
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