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matthewlikesbikes mdelorme's article
Apr 13, 2014 at 20:23
Apr 13, 2014
Photo Recap: Pietermaritzburg XC World Cup
This racing is way more badass then a lot of Pinkbikers give it credit for. Imagine going as hard as you possibly can up a steep, gnarly climb, chasing/getting chased by a hundred similar riders packed together, then getting to the top completely beat and semi-delirious, only to pin it down what qualifies as a legitimately very technical and steep downhill on a 20 pound hardtail with a 70+ head angle... then to do it again another five times in a row. This racing takes just as much balls as dh, but with a shitload of fitness.
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Apr 10, 2014

Ibis Mojo

$2300 USD
Ibis Mojo Blue Medium frame for sale. This bike is amazing, I have ridden it everywhere from cross country races to the bike park and it handles great every time. Longer travel fork puts the head angle at around 68 degrees. Has 2010 Lopes link for increased stiffness. The frame is a 2008 that has been well maintained, but the bike has almost all later than 2011 parts. - 2008 Ibis Mojo Frame, 140mm travel, medium, Lopes Link - DT M1900 Wheel rear, Stan's Arch on Ibis hub front - 2012 Rockshox Revelation xx, remote lockout, 150mm travel - Rockshox Reverb post - Truvativ 50mm Hussefelt stem, Stevie Smith Blackbox bars (not pictured, can include 720mm havens and 90mm ibis stem) - Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.4 Trailstar - Xtr cranks+Xtr BB, X0 2x9. Huge selection of additional tires, I'll include as many as wanted -WTB Wolverine -Specialized Ground Control -Specialized Fast Trak -WTB Motos -Maxxis Ikon -WTB Exiwolfs Email or Call with any questions.

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Apr 3, 2014 at 12:51
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29(er) Questions: Mitch Ropelato
I don't get what the fuss is about over the wheels. Racers ride what they personally think will be fastest. If it makes them go faster, then more entertaining, faster racing. It's just the constant evolution of the sport. People dissed suspension forks when they first came out, now 99% of all riders wouldn't think of NOT riding with suspension. If it's better, it will come, no matter how much people resist it.
matthewlikesbikes mattwragg's article
Apr 2, 2014 at 11:32
Apr 2, 2014
DT Swiss Spline ONE EX1501 Wheelset - Review
All I'm saying is that, for the quality of the wheels, they are coming in at a good price. Looking at the numbers, they are around 200g lighter and have far better hubs than Flows, for about $400 more. Seems reasonable to me, even though they're not exactly what you would call "affordable".
matthewlikesbikes mattwragg's article
Apr 1, 2014 at 22:12
Apr 1, 2014
DT Swiss Spline ONE EX1501 Wheelset - Review
So then what are ENVEs? Carbon Havens? They are elite wheels, but cost more than double this much. Sure they may be a bit stiffer, but these DT wheels have the same hubs found on most $2k+ wheels, are relatively light, and bulletproof. Personally, I think I would choose these over ENVEs any day.
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