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Nov 14, 2016 at 16:32
Nov 14, 2016

Rocky Mountain Altitude 790 Rally Edition

$4750 CAD
2016 Rocky Mountain Altitude 790 Rally Edition Stock Build Fork = Fox 36 RC2 Kashima 160mm Shock = Fox Float x DPS Kashima 150mm Brakes = Shimano XT Drive Train = Shimano XT Seatpost = Rockshox Reverb Wheels = Stans ZTR flo on neo hubs (rear hub replaced in August due to manufacturing defect) http://www.bikes.com/en/bikes/altitude-rally-edition/2016 Bike is in great shape and has been very well cared for. Never ridden in the bike park. I love this bike, it's a great all rounder, capable of long rides or taking a beating if that's your thing. I'm only selling it as I had a hip replacement recently and can't ride at the moment. By the time I can, I will be looking at 2017 bikes.

Selling
Oct 1, 2016 at 18:17
Oct 1, 2016

Giant Reign Advanced 1 S

$3500 CAD
2016 Giant Reign Advanced 1 small Less than a year old, well maintained and really fun bike. My wife loves this bike, and it is only being sold to replace it with the 2017 model. https://www.giant-bicycles.com/en-ca/bikes/model/reign.advanced.1/24703/89691/ - Carbon Frame - RockShox Pike RC Dual Position Air, 15mm Thru-Axle, Giant Custom 46mm Offset, 130-160mm - RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 DebonAir - Shimano XT drivetrain - Shimano XT Brakes - Shimano XT Cranks - Wheels: DT Swiss M 1700 Spline Two WheelSystem, [F] 15mm, [R] 142x12mm Brand new brake pads, chain, handlebar (off the 2017 bike), seat (off the 2017 bike). Front tire near new. Will ship anywhere at buyers expense.

nzstormer mikekazimer's article
Aug 3, 2016 at 8:37
Aug 3, 2016
Escape to the Chilcotins - Photo Epic
This is the classic place for "its just one bike" thinking. Please don't be that kind of jerk and respect this environment.
nzstormer mtbstrengthcoach's article
Jul 18, 2016 at 20:40
Jul 18, 2016
Why You Need to Crawl Like a Baby to Ride Like a Man (or Woman)
@Eastbournemtber: I didn't read all the articles in your link, as there are a lot, but there seems to be a disconnect in terminology. The articles do indicate that focusing on abdominal exercises to relieve back pain is a flawed approach, but the core is much larger than abdominals. My understanding is that the core as referred to by most respected trainers is basically the body if you were to cut off the arms and legs. Exercises like the ones suggested here impact upper and lower back, abs, chest etc - "the core". I don't see how working all those things can be anything but positive.
nzstormer BCBR's article
Jul 12, 2016 at 12:39
Jul 12, 2016
BC Bike Race 2016 Day 5: North Vancouver
As someone who volunteers (and sometimes gets paid) building these trails, I can say that events like this just add to the passion. It's with a lot of pride that trail builders see these events on their trails, and we want nothing more than to see people enjoy them. I can't officially speak for every one of those volunteers - but unofficially, I think we all love it. The fact that someone gets paid for this, and is able to make a career out of mountain biking just makes it even more satisfying - we know these guys personally, and we know how hard they work on this, and how much of what they do is with a passion for biking, a passion for the shore and a passion for trails, This isn't "about" the money. The money is necessary to make it happen, but they are not making money from the trails - they are making money from their jobs - organising a massive event, and they deserve it. Sure the trails help them do that, but BCBR also volunteers time to build trails, they volunteer resources for events and I believe they give money - because actually money does help build trails.
nzstormer mikelevy's article
Jul 11, 2016 at 17:17
Jul 11, 2016
Rocky Mountain Maiden World Cup - Review
I agree completely with this review. I was loaned one for a week, used it on at Whistler and on the shore and I had a huge smile on my face the whole time - this is just a really, really fun bike. To me it felt like a much smaller bike when I was in anything tight, or in the air, but anytime I got in trouble - it still had the forgiveness of a big big. It's nimble, predictable, controllable, forgiving, and actually doesn't pedal too badly (for a dh bike) - basically everything an ordinary mortal would look for in a DH bike.
nzstormer influxproductions's article
Apr 16, 2016 at 13:56
Apr 16, 2016
Getting Raw With Remy Metailler on the Trail Bike - Video
Actually, just watched it again, and it's more than the 1 trail I was thinking of. I recognize some of the other lines, but not all of them.
nzstormer influxproductions's article
Apr 16, 2016 at 13:52
Apr 16, 2016
Getting Raw With Remy Metailler on the Trail Bike - Video
@NorthShore19: I'm not one to give away trail locations, but I will say it's on Trailforks.
nzstormer influxproductions's article
Apr 16, 2016 at 13:49
Apr 16, 2016
Getting Raw With Remy Metailler on the Trail Bike - Video
@nvranka: I got what you were saying, but I think if you rode this trail, you would realize that this is not a speed possible for mortals. I would say he rides Whistler 2 times faster than me, and he rides this trail 4 times faster than me.
nzstormer influxproductions's article
Apr 13, 2016 at 17:38
Apr 13, 2016
Getting Raw With Remy Metailler on the Trail Bike - Video
That trail is tough, it may look slow, but it's still 3 times faster than most mortals. I have ridden this, and the stuff he rides at Whistler, and I find this more impressive (though the Whistler stuff is still spectacular)
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