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Aug 11, 2015 at 15:00
Aug 11, 2015
cant be bothered to make a cassette at the moment

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Aug 6, 2015 at 12:00
Aug 6, 2015
radrider pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 4, 2015 at 15:15
Aug 4, 2015
GT Bicycles - UCI World Cup DH - Windham Fantasy Contest
men 1st - aaron gwin 2nd - loic bruni 3rd - josh bryceland women 1st - rachel atherton 2nd - manon carpenter 3rd - myriam nicole
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Aug 4, 2015 at 11:56
Aug 4, 2015
Selling
Aug 4, 2015 at 11:55
Aug 4, 2015

Crank Brothers Cobalt 26" 15mm/qr MINT COND.

$200 USD
Great condition Cobalt wheelset. There is absolutely nothing wrong with these. Hubs run smooth and tight, spokes are well tensioned, and there is no structural damage to the rims or bearings. Aesthetically these wheels are also in very good condition. shipping anywhere/ paypal/ toronto pickup 2012 / 15mm front / normal qr rear i believe there are options for different axle size adapters for front and rear. 160usd/200cad

Selling
Aug 4, 2015 at 11:49
Aug 4, 2015

Fox 32 Talas fit rlc 150-120 tapered 15mm 26"

$200 CAD
2011 Fox 32 TALAS 150/120 FIT RLC fork for 26" wheels and 15mm thru-axle. The tapered steerer tube is cut to a smidge longer than 7.5". It came off a 2011 Santa Cruz Blur LTc. It had a service of new oil and wipers April 2014 by Outdoor Gear Canada (Fox authorized service centre) and has not been used since. The reason for being so cheap, OGC recommended new lowers and bushings due to corrosion in the fork lower. That was a fairly expensive repair, so I opted for just a routine service of oil and wipers. OGC said it should be fine but may require more frequent service. The fork appears visually in great shape, with only a few scratches on the lowers, clean stanchions, and a couple scratches on the steerer (along the tapered section, which will not touch any bearings, races or cups), also the fork feels the normal plush and the travel adjustment works as new. Personally I think this is a great fork and I would be using it if i still had a tapered frame. If you are interested but worried about the damage, I can offer 2 weeks to return the fork for a full refund if you want to take it apart and investigate the corrosion. Will ship within Canada at Buyer's expense (should be about $25) or available for pickup in Toronto. Pics are attached, please PM me for any further information. Thanks for looking!

radrider paulaston's article
Jul 17, 2015 at 9:30
Jul 17, 2015
Pit Randoms: Samoens EWS
training on an e-bike...use less energy, but go a lot faster...he can do the course more times in a day without over exhaustion...seems like that would be good way to train for a race.
radrider pinkbikeaudience's article
May 5, 2015 at 18:56
May 5, 2015
Video: The Birth of Bold's Linkin Trail
it makes the pro pedal on rp23 and similar features on other shocks pretty much useless, if it was coupled with a remote lockout that would be cool.
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