scbullit36 pinkbikeaudience's article
May 19, 2015 at 8:003 days
Enduro World Series Round 2 Fantasy Contest - Win a GT Sanction
Pro Men: 1. Jerome Clementz 2. Fabien Barel 3. Nico Lau Pro Women: 1. Tracy Mosley 2. Anne Caroline 3. Cecile Ravanel
scbullit36 scottsecco's article
May 15, 2015 at 7:17May 15, 2015
MUST WATCH - Garrett Reynolds - Street Destroyer
Garrett Reynolds...Matt MacDuff...game of B.I.K.E....who wins...
scbullit36 npinder2002's article
May 13, 2015 at 7:25May 13, 2015
@scott-townes...You've heard of Cam Zink right? Not saying that MTB puts FMX to shambe but you have to admit...they are at least in the same ballpark.
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Apr 22, 2015 at 17:36Apr 22, 2015
This is an almost new Manitou Dorado fork. It has been ridden on 2 separate occasions and had roughly 8-10 hours of use on it before it was sent back to Manitou for the first free service and seal replacement. I just got it back from Manitou with the fresh build and it has not, and will not be getting installed back onto my bike. I decided to buy a Marzocchi fork this year instead. There are no scratches on this fork at all...not even cable rub. The stanchions are flawless and as I mentioned the build is fresh. The only "problem" with this fork is with the replaceable stanchion guards. I drilled a couple small 1/8" holes in the stanchion guards so I could add a makeshift arch to mount a mud guard. I couldn't fit a THE fender on the fork because I was using a 0 stack lower cup and the fender hit the frame. I was going to replace the guards before sale but decided it wasn't worth it. If you want guards...here is where you can find them: http://www.bikeparts.com/search_results.asp?id=BPC163650&gclid=CLW1u4-Yi8UCFUU8gQod6QoAnA PM me or text if interested. I'll pay for shipping. Pay Pal only. Thanks for looking!
scbullit36 mikekazimer's article
Apr 3, 2015 at 6:38Apr 3, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Mountain Biking Injuries
My heart goes out to the people who answered indefinitely in this poll. I can't imagine how terrible that would be to have riding taken away early in life...not to mention the other things in life that could have been effected. I had to take a 9 month hiatus due to injury and that was incredibly difficult both in riding and in life. I can't imagine having to throw in the towel for good. Stay strong indefinitely folks.
scbullit36 RichardCunningham's article
Feb 17, 2015 at 10:01Feb 17, 2015
First Look: Push Industries' Elevensix Shock
I agree with fullbug. The 1200 dollar price point is expensive and I would probably never own one of these. However, think about the number of riders out there trying to replace a number of bikes in their quiver with just 1 "Enduro" bike...especially the 160 mm travel options (which this shock covers). Now I am not saying this shock is going to turn your enduro bike into a full on DH rig but I bet with a custom tune it would make the bike much more capable than the stock setup...especially if you share your riding style with Push. I feel like this shock is marketed correctly at 1200 bucks. I mean based on all the things I read about the industry, this shock is marketed to someone who maybe only owns an enduro bike or competes on an enduro bike but also wants to do shuttle runs with said enduro bike without having to shell out the cake for a full on DH rig (where even an entry level bike will cost north of 3K). I mean, if I only had an enduro bike and wanted to make it as versatile as possible for light DH and competitive enduro...I would seriously consider buying one of these things to avoid having to purchase a whole new niche bike at double the cost.
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Aug 30, 2014 at 10:12Aug 30, 2014
FINAL BOTTOM LINE PRICE. At this price I am taking a 500 dollar loss on a BRAND NEW NEVER RIDDEN bike. If you see this add on here with a lower price in the future the bike will be USED. If you can pick this bike up in person and pay CASH ONLY I will take 2800 for it. This is a BRAND NEW NEVER RIDDEN AT ALL made in the USA Ellsworth Epiphany. The components alone, if you tried to purchase them on line, are over 2K. So if you aren't an Ellsworth fan, strip the bike down and rebuild the frame of your choosing...then sell the Ellsworth for 800 or more. If you are unfamiliar with this bike brand or this bike, below is a link to an in-depth review... http://www.bike198.com/review-ellsworth-epiphany-sst-2/ Some of the highlights of this bike include: Sram XO 2x10 front and rear derailleurs Fox CTD Fork (140 mm) and Rear Shock with Kashima coating Sram X9 Shifters KS 100 mm dropper post Cane Creek Angleset (bike set up at 69 deg but I will include the cups to adjust from 68.5 deg to 70 deg) Mavic Cross Ride Wheels Hayes Stroker Gram Brakes w/ Carbon Levers and SL rotors The bike size is a large and according to Ellsworth that would fit someone between 5'10" - 6'2". Based on the build spec, this bike would have an MSRP of 6500 bucks before tax (which would drive it closer to 7K). I am offering this bike for 50% off what MSRP with no tax. If you are interested in the bike, PM me with an offer. BUYER PAYS FLAT SHIPPING/HANDLING CHARGE OF $100.00 Thanks for looking!