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Dec 2, 2014 at 20:57
Dec 2, 2014

Giant Reign X1

$950 CAD
2008 Giant Reign X1 Great condition, very capable bike. Fox 36 Van RC2 fork (upgrade) Fox DHX 3.0 shock X9 Rear Deraileur X7 Front Deraileur X7 Shifters Hayes Stroker brakes Optional upgrades available are a Rockshox Reverb (Add $150 to the price) and Avid Code R brakes (Add $120 to the price)

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Dec 2, 2014 at 20:52
Dec 2, 2014

Specialized Enduro Expert Sweet Build

$2550 CAD
2012 Specialized Enduro Expert Evo, but with suspension modified to the standard enduro geometry. Upgraded fork to 2013 Fox Float RC2 (Kashima) Upgraded shock to 2012 Fox Float RP23 (Kashima) Suspension has been serviced by suspensionwerx in North Vancouver and is in perfect condition. Rockshox Reverb Seatpost XO Brakes XO Rear Deraileur XO Carbon Cranks X9 Shifter X9 Front Deraileur Roval Traverse (Tubeless) Wheelset This is a very capable, very fun bike in great condition. Happy to ship it anywhere at the buyers expense, as long as payment is up front.

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Oct 17, 2014 at 16:04
Oct 17, 2014

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nzstormer pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 29, 2014 at 23:17
Sep 29, 2014
Red Bull Rampage 2014: Results
http://rampage.redbull.tv/
nzstormer pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 29, 2014 at 23:16
Sep 29, 2014
Red Bull Rampage 2014: Results
http://rampage.redbull.tv/ Little more googleing, little less complaining.
nzstormer JulianCoffey's article
Sep 27, 2014 at 21:57
Sep 27, 2014
Red Bull Rampage 2014: Schedule Update
Tomorrow, weather permitting, the rest of qualifying will be completed, as will practice for the finals. No word on what happens if weather does not permit.
nzstormer mikelevy's article
Sep 26, 2014 at 21:36
Sep 26, 2014
Opinion: Incremental Steps and Boring Times
I dunno if you can say a change in geometry is huge in the context of what the article is saying. Yes, they were significantly better bikes, but is a five year change in geometry enough to be considered a huge change? Maybe, but i'm not convinced it wasn't just another incremental change. Look at the last 5 years, and the evolution of the geometry on an all mountain/enduro bike, big improvements, arguably on par with the 2002-2007 changes in DH bike geometry.
nzstormer redbullbike's article
Sep 26, 2014 at 21:21
Sep 26, 2014
Red Bull Rampage 2014: Tom Van Steenbergen's Qualifier Run POV
So many booter options in that lower section, I would forget what line I had planned. #letaggyin
nzstormer redbullbike's article
Sep 25, 2014 at 13:18
Sep 25, 2014
Road to Rampage Episode 5 - The End of the Road
That paint job on Toms bike is a bit concerning, desert camo - what happens if he takes a big spill and can't find his bike?
nzstormer mikelevy's article
Sep 24, 2014 at 21:59
Sep 24, 2014
Opinion: Incremental Steps and Boring Times
I'm not completely convinced that those big innovations were ever there, and I think it has been a long slow build for a long time. I would say the 80's were going from bad to o.k., 90's from o.k. to good, 00's from good to really good and the past few years are going from really good to unbefreakinlievable. The first disk brakes weren't all that much better than the canti brakes at the time, they stopped well, but had no modulation, and were unreliable - took a lot of people a long time to convert. First front suspension was marginally better than none, first rear suspensions was like riding a spring. I think the difference was more in the excitement of what could be coming once they figured out the products. It wasn't that there were huge technological leaps forward in a small time frame, it was that we had an idea about what the future could be. Now we're running out of imagination. Still, it's a damn exciting time to be riding a mountain bike!
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