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robaussie99 sebkemp's article
Mar 1, 2014 at 11:00Mar 1, 2014
Video: Farm Jam Finals Highlights
All I saw was Nathan Rennie's section from the original earthed!
robaussie99 robaussie99's photo
Feb 20, 2014 at 20:23Feb 20, 2014
Feb 18, 2014 at 10:47Feb 18, 2014
Hi all. I have a Size Large SB-66 alloy in turquoise for sale. These bikes are sized slightly bigger than normal and a large is perfect for anyone from around 5'10 - 6'4 (I'm 6'3 and I love it) Build from scratch with parts individually selected by me this is the perfect one bike does all! Browse the reviews online and it will become very clear that this is one of the best, if not the best trail bikes ever made. It pedals uphill like a XC lightweight yet decends like a bike much bigger and heavier. (It recently placed third in the DH world champs) it's in fantastic condition with only minor paint chips in a couple of places and has been meticulously cared for (I spent many years as a mechanic in stores) Only reason for upgrade is that I've been given a fantastic offer by a friend on the carbon version of this exact bike. Yeti no longer produce it so they'll become hard to find very soon (parts will remain available). But don't be fooled it's still a phenomenal bike and I'd be sad to see it go if I was changing to a different bike. Great price for a well maintained and super capable all round bike. Spec as follows. Frame - large w/fox rp23 shock (6" travel) Fork - fox 34 float with kashima coating (160mm travel) Stem - Thomson 70mm Bars - rental fatbar (can provide w/either 1" or 2" rise) Brakes - shimano slx hydraulic w/180mm front and 160mm rear rotors Rear shifter - shimano slx 10sp Grips - ODI lock ons Headset - FSA Wheels - custom built from chainreactioncycles Hubs - hope pro 2 142x12mm rear 15mm front axles - black Rims - Stan's flow tubeless Tires - schwalbe Hans dampf / nobby nic Cranks - shimano xt Chainring - set up 1x10 with a raceface 32t narrow/wide Rear derailleur - shimano xt 10sp Cassette - shimano xt 10sp Chain - shimano xt 10sp Pedals - shimano platform spd's Seat post - generic brand (was planning on installing a dropper and never got around to it) can provide a Thomson that has been cut down slightly for a shorter buyer but it's not suitable for anyone over 6'1 probably. Seat - sunline (not shown in pic) I also have a brand new xt chain, all the gear to switch back to a 2x10 gearing system, some tubeless fluid and some other assorted small parts including the 135mm QR dropout conversion for the frame and the ISIS bb adapter too if required. Inspections are welcome but first to see will buy! Pics are attached in its various forms (1x10/2x10/different seats/posts etc) but the spec above is how it's sold. Price is 3000 firm otherwise I'll just keep it. Will only trade for a size Large SB-66 CARBON frame or complete yeti SB-66 carbon bike with cash your way. No other bikes/sizes/frame/wheel sizes will be considered whatsoever. Will post, but at buyers expense. Can also personally deliver if it's more economically efficient. Contact via PM or phone provided
Added 6 photos to Yeti-sb
Feb 18, 2014 at 9:59Feb 18, 2014
robaussie99 geebeebee's article
Feb 8, 2014 at 9:26Feb 8, 2014
Hafjell to remain open for 2014
****BREAKING NEWS**** Whistler bike park to close down due to lack of rider numbers, WBP marketing rep John Smith commented "We need all riders all over the world to ride here every day and eat every meal here and all buy seasons passes, even if you don't actually intend on coming this season. If you don't we'll close down"
robaussie99 scottsecco's article
Jan 28, 2014 at 12:02Jan 28, 2014
Video: Tim Kemple Shoots with Kyle Strait and Tyler McCaul
Its not a helicopter you muppets.
robaussie99 brule's article
Jan 28, 2014 at 11:43Jan 28, 2014
Bergamont Hayes World Downhill Team 2014
MOIR!! Stoked to see the lil aussie shredder get given the opportunity! Shark attacks gonna kill it!
robaussie99 Loam9's article
Jan 5, 2014 at 20:27Jan 5, 2014
Almost There - James Thompson Segment
It absolutely makes you faster, look at a plane when it lands, wheels going 0kph, ground going past at 300kph = big skid. Skids = Slow you down. This is just a slightly less extreme example of that, wheel slows down in the air, when it touches down (if you've pedalled) it doesn't sap energy getting it back up to speed. Especially if the rider taps/drags a little rear brake in the air for control. Its only minimal but I believe it helps and at that level every 1/1000th counts!
Video: Between the Trees
5 Dec 2013
Barred For Life 2 - Full Teaser
4 Oct 2013