rludes025

I like to ride bikes in groups, its kindof my motto. Bunny Hops are my favorite trick.

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rludes025 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 12, 2015 at 18:20
Jun 12, 2015
Leogang DH WC Fantasy Contest - Win a RockShox BoXXer WC!
Men: 1 - Aaron Gwinn 2 - Michael Jones 3 - Troy Brosnan Women: 1- Rachel Atherton 2- Manon Carpenter 3- Jill Kintner
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Jun 9, 2015 at 10:04
Jun 9, 2015
Selling
Jun 6, 2015 at 16:49
Jun 6, 2015

$ CAD

Selling
Jun 6, 2015 at 16:40
Jun 6, 2015

$ CAD

rludes025 rludes025's photo
Jun 6, 2015 at 8:25
Jun 6, 2015
Its the Low Setting. 150mm on the fork.

rludes025 EnduroWorldSeries's article
Jun 3, 2015 at 17:40
Jun 3, 2015
EWS Official Video: Tweedlove Highlights, Rd 3, Scotland
Is there better Coverage of this? The first race there was great coverage, was that just because it was a crankworx event? Not to take anything away from this but I want more, for a premier cycling event we deserve more than 10 minutes of riding.
Selling
May 30, 2015 at 11:39
May 30, 2015

$ CAD

Selling
May 29, 2015 at 15:23
May 29, 2015

Trek Remedy 9 29 Custom Build 17.5" 29er

$3000 USD
Here we have my beloved Remedy 29. Full Custom Build, I will list all the parts individually below. This bike has a season of use on it. It has scuffs and scratches but no dents. It has been well loved through out its life as well as professionally maintained. Most parts have less than 4 months of use. Brakes have fresh bleed, fork just had lower service done, chain is new in march. Every Bearing in the frame was just replaced with new Enduro Max bearings. New housing and cables and The bottom bracket is brand new as well. Frame: 2014 Trek Remedy 9 29 17.5" (all new Enduro Max Bearings) Shock: Fox Factory Float CTD DRCV (serviced by Fox last fall)(also included is Push Industries Volume reducer kit) Fork: Rock Shox Pike RC3 150mm (stock 51mm offset, G2 geometry)(new in September) Seatpost: Roch Shox Reverb Stealth 125mm (new in march) Stem: Race Face Atlas 50mm Handle Bar: Race Face Sixc Carbon low rise Brakes: Custom Avid XO Trail Worldcup (standard X0 levers with X0 Trail calipers, less to go wrong and lighter) Shifter: Shimano XT Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT with One Up Rad cage Cassette: Shimano XT with One Up 16t and 42T sprockets (new in September) Crankset: Race Face 170mm Evolve Chainring: Race Face NW 30t Bottom Bracket: Race Face BB92 (Brand New) Wheels: American Classic All Mountain Tubeless 29" with a Flow EX laced to the AM Classic hub in the rear. Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF EXO 3C TR and Minion DHR II TR I will do either the lock ODI Vans grips or the Yellow ESI chunkys Bike will be professionally boxed and shipped, if you have questions please ask I know this bike inside and out. Free shipping to the Lower 48.

rludes025 mikelevy's article
May 21, 2015 at 7:43
May 21, 2015
Opinion - Thinkers, Tinkerers, and Inventors
Why do people not understand that that comparing a 150 hub to a 148 hub is Stupid. 150 hubs do not sit in dropouts, if you put a 150 hub in a 148 frame the outside of the cassette would hit frame and the disc would rub on the swingarm. 157 is the same stile as the 148. I am not saying we need 148, people just need to understand that the just use a 150 hub is an ignorant argument against the 148 standard. /rant My only complaint about all this envelope pushing technology we are getting shoved down our throats is proven products that work are becoming harder to find. I should be able to order Minion DHF's in any size and compound I want at anytime. Now that we have 7 different size mountain bike tires this will be an issue.There is only so much capacity in these factories.
rludes025 mtnman4life's article
May 14, 2015 at 21:39
May 14, 2015
Help Save Trails in Montana
Forest service Extended the comment period until the 29th
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