rmx1 mikekazimer's article
Mar 29, 2015 at 15:472 days
Slopestyle After the Storm - Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle Photo Epic
that seems to be where he lacks. he muscles out all the crazy tricks, but they just look so forced and choppy compared to rheeder, semenuk, and soderstrom. no disrespect to him, but it definitely holds him back.
rmx1 davetrump's article
Mar 27, 2015 at 11:01Mar 27, 2015
59 Photos From the Steeps - Crankworx Rotorua DH
Cheers to the equal prize money for the men and women!
rmx1 mikelevy's article
Mar 23, 2015 at 8:56Mar 23, 2015
Yeti SB6C - Review
I don't care if the frame cracked. that is the sexiest bike ever made
rmx1 seanleader's article
Mar 16, 2015 at 22:56Mar 16, 2015
Rotorua Slopestyle Course Build Update
Yeah line choice is a bit tricky. what usually happens is that riders figure out what line gets scored higher, and then take that one meaning that it just end up being a waste of time and resources to have built multiples. I personally have no problem with single line courses. Builders have a very short time frame to get everything done so to me its quality over quantity.
rmx1 ChrisRicciVideo's article
Mar 6, 2015 at 16:34Mar 6, 2015
Video: Whistler Four Wheel Destruction with Stacy Kohut
For the record, I got it and thought it was hilarious!
rmx1 pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 6, 2015 at 15:43Mar 6, 2015
Video: A Park and DJ Rider's Dream Yard
yeah, its actually pretty common with BMX if you grind on the right side. I had the same thing on my bike. Keeps the drivetrain out of harms way when you're grinding on ledges/rails etc.
rmx1 RichardCunningham's article
Feb 23, 2015 at 23:19Feb 23, 2015
Maxima SC1 Clear Coat - Review
I've heard the low friction coating helps to reduce drag and can help you shave off those precious milliseconds to get that KOM on strava.
rmx1 Brody-Jones's article
Feb 22, 2015 at 18:56Feb 22, 2015
Video: Jeremy Weiss is Alone in Paradise
That was awesome! I wasn't ready for it to end...
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Feb 9, 2015 at 18:56Feb 9, 2015
Feb 9, 2015 at 18:51Feb 9, 2015
Selling my 2012 Specialized Demo since college just doesn't give me enough time to ride downhill anymore. Feel free to PM me with offers, or call/text for a faster response. I accept paypal and will ship. History: Its a great bike, and I'd love it to go to a new home where it will be used. Its been amazingly well maintained, and has just been fully gone through (bearings and all) so its pristine and ready to go. Ive ridden it in southern California its whole life, so it has never seen mud and has never been hosed off. Its in fantastic condition, with just a few nicks and scratches from bike park lifts, nothing major. The bike has been completely custom built, and has custom wheels as well. The fork also has upgraded internals, with a fit damper and new coil spring. It is also very light, tipping the scales at just 32lbs. . . which makes it a very fun and lively bike to ride! I will be selling the bike without brakes, although the rotors are included. Parts List: Frame: size medium with cane creek double barrel shock Seatpost: Thompson Seat: SDG Fork: Fox 40 with inverted Fit damper, and new coil spring Stem: sunline direct mount Bars: Easton havoc dh carbon fiber Grips: Sensus Shifter: sram X9 Derailleur: Sram X9 Casette: Sram X9 Chainwheel: e-13 cranks: Saint Chain guide: e-13 LG1 Pedals: Spank Spike Wheels: Profile hubs custom laced to Spank oozi wheels with double butted spokes. Rotors: shimano Saint (8in front 7in rear) Tires: Specialized butcher SX Again, I accept paypal or local Los Angeles offers, and will ship if needed. Call, text, or PM me if you have questions or want more photos. Thanks for looking
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