I like to ride bikes in groups, its kindof my motto. Bunny Hops are my favorite trick.
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Custom Build, Bike is only 4 months old. Professionally maintained and ready to rip. Normal wear and tear, chain slap, small scratches etc., no dents. This bike made me questioned why I own a DH bike. Pedals to the top and goes down with the best of them. Frame: Medium Process 153 Rear Shock: Cane Creek Double Barrel CS Fork: 2015 Fox 36 160mm (best fork ever) Wheels: Hope Pro II Evo's laced to Flow EX, with Red/Black Nipples, DT Swiss Competitions Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 3C 27.5 x 2.3, Maxxis High Roller II 3C Brakes: Shimano XT Shifter: Sram XO Derialluer: Sram X9 Cassette: Shimano XT w/42t Wolf Tooth Kit including 16t cog. Crank: Race Face Turbine 170mm w Red 32t cinch NW ring or Black 30t cinch NW ring Seatpost: 125mm KS lev Integra with Specialized dropper lever that mimics sram shifters Handlebar: Race Face Carbon Sixc Guide/bash: Blackspire TrailX Saddle: WTB Volt (not pictured) Chain: New Sram 1070 I can get this bike priced as low and $2400 with swapping out some parts. It would have stock wheels (doere WTB ST I25), Shock (monarch RT), shifter (X7), standard KS lev lever, Shimano XT cranks with NW 32t ring and no chain guide. Bike has been professionally maintained. You will not be getting a park rats beet to shit ride here, everything is tight, dialed and ready to go.
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Here we have my Demo 8. This frame was built up new in 2014. The fork was new in June. All parts are in great condition, this bike is ready to ride. This is a small but has a decently long reach of 410mm. Small paint wear from shuttling and one small dent (shown in the P) from a kicked up rock along with normal scratches found on a used DH rig. Fork: X-Fusion RV1 Medium spring (this fork is the shit) Shock: CC DB (350 and 400 lb spring) Bars: Chromag OSX Stem: Thomson Direct mount Seatpost: Thomson Saddle: Deity Shifter: Sram X9 Rear Der: SramX9 Crank: Shimano Saint (using WM adapters with a PF30 bb = bomber no walking or creeping like the threaded adapter) Brakes: Code R Chain Guide: MRP G3 Wheels: USA made Hadleys laced to Sun rims (hubs will last forever) Tires: Minion DHF 26x2.5 (Good rubber ready to shred) Cassette: Shimano 105 11-28 Bike has been professionally maintained. You will not be getting a park rats beet to shit ride here, everything is tight, dialed and ready to go. No hidden issues to speak of, no rigging of parts.
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Oct 14, 2015 at 22:32Oct 14, 2015
9 Questions with McGarry - Red Bull Rampage 2015
Because they sell bikes on the internet man. Thats where most these dweebs do their riding.
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Oct 13, 2015 at 22:26Oct 13, 2015
Whyte Bikes Available via Direct Sales in the USA
Prices seem fair for what you get. The geo numbers look good too, long reach.
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