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scbullit36 RichardCunningham's article
Jan 20, 2017 at 7:27
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Pinkbike Poll: Which Major Component is the Least Evolved Part of a Mountain Bike?
I almost knew it would be transmission...even though it has evolved quite a bit in the last 15 yrs. Still to this day though...I can't buy a headset that doesn't creak after a month of riding! Granted I have never been flush enough to run a King headset but still...I want an affordable headset that is creak free for at least a season. I hate having to service these things every month or so. Also...the press fit? There has to be something better.
scbullit36 Cannondale's article
Jan 12, 2017 at 11:36
Jan 12, 2017
Cannondale Shakes Up 2017 Factory Racing Roster
Don't forget about CG and Rockwell if we are going to name all the Cannondale greats!
scbullit36 rossbellphoto's article
Jan 10, 2017 at 4:12
Jan 10, 2017
Katy Winton's Factory Trek Slash 29 and Remedy 27.5 Race Bikes
Both bikes look sweet but please tell your mechanic to trim some length off the top of the Slash's steer tube! Looks dangerous! I mean I can't be the only one here who has overshot something, landed hard, and had my face or chest get close to that area...
scbullit36 redbullbike's article
Jan 7, 2017 at 15:22
Jan 7, 2017
Ride The Rhythm Mega-Trail - Video
@dangahoesing: No doubt! The trail looks like it flows awesome after the first drop but man the 2 massive doubles after the drop...look really well built but they certainly would take some balls. I bet though...if you had the sack to follow one of these 3 guys...match their speed...the trail would be fun as hell. Trying to dial it in solo though...think it would be scary...to say the least.
scbullit36 robertbbr's article
Jan 6, 2017 at 12:11
Jan 6, 2017
Gravity Logic Built, US East Coast Bike Parks
I put a shovel to dirt...on trails that I ride for free and do not have a bike park staff. When I am paying upwards of 50 dollars for a 1 day lift ticket or 300+ dollars for a season pass...GD right someone better have the trails maintained for me. That's like saying skiers should groom the slopes if they want to pay to ski them...
scbullit36 robertbbr's article
Jan 6, 2017 at 6:30
Jan 6, 2017
Gravity Logic Built, US East Coast Bike Parks
Don't forget Seven Springs and Wisp!!! NOT! I wish these guys would hire Gravity Logic...It's almost like all the bad a$$ lift trails hopscotched from the NE resorts, over the PA and MD resorts, and then landed in VA and down. Seven Springs could easily have a Mountain Creek/ Highland atmosphere with 2 high speed lifts but they refuse to put any investment into the trail system. Eric Carter came out and built it over a decade ago and Springs slowly let it lay to waste. If anyone affiliated with Seven Springs is reading this article or my comment...please take note! You have so much wasted potential! Wisp...same deal! Please get these guys to your resort!
scbullit36 mikelevy's article
Dec 16, 2016 at 4:37
Dec 16, 2016
The Coastal Crew: Skeptical - Video
Personally, I am not a fan of these types of bikes. I feel like, for most of the people on this website, having one of these bikes in your quiver is nothing more than an expensive novelty at best. If you are really passionate about riding, I don't imagine this will be the first thing you grab off the wall unless you are going out with the sole purpose of torquing people who tout their Strava KOM's. Admittedly...I considered buying a Turbo at one point...I thought it would be cool to commute back and forth to work since there are a couple 55 mph roads with minimal shoulder. Then I was told it was 7K. I drove down the street to the moto dealership and bought a KTM Duke 690 for a grand more. To each his own. I think these types of bikes are more appropriate for commuting because cars are faster and bigger than you. I do not think they are appropriate for trail riding. I think these types of bikes open the door for inexperienced out of shape riders to ride shared access trails at speeds they are to inexperienced to control. I'm not talking about Dylan or Curtis...they could ride anything with 2 wheels better than 99% of the ppl on here. In my opinion, which doesn't mean anything, if the use of these becomes more widespread, it's only a matter of time before we start to lose trail access...and I don't think it will be because of erosion concerns...I think it is going to be due to someone going through a mid life crisis, buying one of these things and hurting either themselves or someone else then attempting to sue the land owner...or maybe specialized. Once the lawsuits start the trail access will stop (least here in the states because, that is what every stupid a-hole here does when they f up...try and sue someone for their stupidity).
scbullit36 Arbr's article
Nov 30, 2016 at 15:08
Nov 30, 2016
Added 11 photos to Selling
Oct 25, 2016 at 18:51
Oct 25, 2016
Selling
Oct 25, 2016 at 18:48
Oct 25, 2016

GT Fury Size Medium

$2700 USD
2015 GT Fury WC Size MEDIUM Fork: Rock Shox Boxxer WC Charger (will Include 2 tokens) Rear Shock: Fox DHXRC2 with SLS Spring Wheels: Novatec Demon 650B Tires: 1 set Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 70%/80%, 1 set Schwalbe Dirty Dan 70%, 1 set Bontrager G Mud 60%/80% Handlebar: Renthal Fatbar Carbon 20 mm rise Stem: Renthal Integra Brakes: Shimano XT w/ ice tech 203 mm rotors and ice tech metallic pads Grips: Ergon GE1 Derailleur: Shimano Zee Shifter: Shimano Saint Chainguide: Shimano Saint Cranks: Shimano Saint Chainring: Renthal SR4 36T Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 10 sp Saddle: Nukeproof Sam Hill Signature Ti Rails This is a solid bike. Really great if you are looking to get into racing. The bike design is really well thought out and super easy to maintain and has a clean design in general. There have actually been instances where I have been able to service the frame pivots between DH practice and my race start time. The bike has a traditional threaded BB, which is nice, and a 150 mm rear end. There are some scratches and scuffs on this bike consistent with east coast downhill racing and riding but there are no dents in the frame and mechanically the bike is solid. No creaks to speak of and I just disassembled, cleaned, and checked all of the bearings/ bushings in the rear end. The fork was re-built in August and the seals were replaced. All in all there is a TON of life left in this bike. THE BIKE IS NOT BEING SOLD WITH PEDALS (even though they are pictured). If you are interested in this bike...make me an offer. It would be ideal if the buyer could pick it up or at least meet somewhere half way but I will ship if need be. If I have to ship this bike, I will most likely end up having to ship the extra tires as a separate shipment...just a heads up if the bike only shows up with the tires that are on it. Thanks for looking!

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