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robbonzo konaworld's article
Dec 12, 2013 at 1:5920 hours
2014 Kona Process Platform - Big Massive Fun Times 3
I love how this company chose to use the cheaper models, that alot more people are likely to buy, unlike the enve shod, xx1 superbikes some brands shove in our face.
robbonzo mikekazimer's article
Nov 15, 2013 at 2:27Nov 15, 2013
From the Top: The Kona Collective
Great read. I like kona they seem the real deal less marketing bs.
robbonzo mikelevy's article
Nov 4, 2013 at 3:07Nov 4, 2013
Kona Process 111 DL - Review
Top job Kona. Love it. Please review the 153 though as I need a big bike.
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Oct 15, 2013 at 10:47Oct 15, 2013
Oct 15, 2013 at 10:36Oct 15, 2013
Up for grabs is my Custom built Morewood Shova ST If you like the simplicity and versatility of an Orange five or Santa Cruz Heckler but want something a bit different then this is a good option. I’m only selling as my other bike is too similar to this and it’s just not getting ridden enough. 145mm rear travel - full geometry here. http://www.pinkbike.com/product/morewood/Shova/ Included is a set of brand new decals in black and red. Full spec as follows: 2011 Morewood Shova ST - Medium frame with Fox RP23 shock. Bought as new old stock in 2011. I’m 5’9 and it fits me well. 44mm semi integrated headset takes tapered and 1 1/18” forks - Cane creek 40 series headset Rockshox Sektor RL U-turn forks – 110-150mm. Good condition 1 1/8" steerer. NS bikes trailmaster rims built with DMR revolver 135mm rear hub. Front is Hope pro2 – 20mm which can be converted to QR or 15mm. It’s a tough wheelset, a few cosmetic marks but there are no dings, and I have never needed to true them. Front and rear tyres are Continental Rubber queen 2.2 2012 Shimano XT Brakes – Front rotor Shimano SLX 180mm, rear rotor Avid 160mm. Shimano XT front mech Shimano XT 9 speed rear mech Shimano SLX 2x Chainset. 26/38 rings Shimano XT 9 speed rear shifter and SLX Front shifter Sram 9 speed cassette 11- 34 Sram PC971 9 Speed chain – only 4 rides old. Truvativ AKA bar – 25mm rise Truvativ AKA stem – 60mm Charge Spoon saddle Truvativ Seatpost – 30.9mm The bike is in good overall condition with a few of the usual paint chips and cable rub marks. It’s never been crashed or raced and is in good mechanical order. The brakes have recently been bled and are running sweet. There is no play in the bearings or shock bushes and the shock and fork are running smooth. All parts have been bought brand new. I’ve used this mainly for trail riding, and in its current setup is approx 30lbs. I’ve had it under 30lbs with some different bits on it so it’s more than capable as an all-day bike. Viewing welcome. Price: Was £1700 NOW £1500. Must go. Any questions please let me know. Pick up from Shoreham By Sea, near Brighton, courier could be arranged for additional cost.
robbonzo mikekazimer's article
Aug 30, 2013 at 2:00Aug 30, 2013
Prototypes, New Parts, and More - Eurobike 2013
The hip hop looks Sick. A new 26er, shock horror, with 66 degree head angle, 120/140mm travel, should be a ripper. Bravo Commencal for being radical and designing a new 26.
robbonzo mattwragg's article
Aug 22, 2013 at 0:38Aug 22, 2013
First Look: Commencal 2014 Meta Range
Saw it in Andorra, looks great. Its on their website too so its coming.
robbonzo geebeebee's article
Jul 11, 2013 at 4:26Jul 11, 2013
Video: This Is Peaty - Andorra WC Preview
and im gonna be doing just that. Road tripping all the way down there for this one! looks ace!
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Jun 26, 2013 at 9:04Jun 26, 2013
Jun 26, 2013 at 9:01Jun 26, 2013
Up for Grabs is a Brand new set of DT swiss M480 rims, built with 2013 Shimano SLX BR M675 centrelock hubs. The rear is 12x142mm thru axle and comes with a 160mm centrelock rotor and the front hub is 15mm thru axle with 180mm rotor. The wheelset has come straight off a new bike as I already had a wheelset so these have never been used. There is one slight scratch on the rim, shown in the pic which was caused in transit, its pretty small though and other than that the wheels looks great. DT Swiss and Shimano quality, enough said. Bought new these wheels would be over £300 plus you're getting two top quality Shimano rotors too. Collection in person from Shoreham By sea, near Brighton, or courier can be arranged for £16. Any questions please let me know. Cheers