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scbullit36 RichardCunningham's article
Feb 17, 2015 at 10:01
Feb 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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Sep 1, 2014
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Aug 30, 2014 at 10:14
Aug 30, 2014
Selling
Aug 30, 2014 at 10:12
Aug 30, 2014

NEW Ellsworth Epiphany size Large

$3900 USD
PRICE REDUCTION!!!! This is a BRAND NEW NEVER RIDDEN AT ALL made in the USA Ellsworth Epiphany that I just finished building. I built this bike basically for fun. I got injured this year and my doctor told me I would not be able to ride again until next May. So to kill time I am building/ working on bikes. 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 5'11" - 6'2". I built this bike with the intent of keeping it if it doesn't sell. I am 5'11" and the bike fits me well. 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 over 40% off what MSRP with no tax. That being said I am still open to reasonable offers. I will also pay shipping on reasonable offers. If you are interested in the bike, PM me with an offer. Thanks for looking!

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Aug 24, 2014 at 17:45
Aug 24, 2014
Selling
Aug 24, 2014 at 17:44
Aug 24, 2014

Boxxer WC S4 Tune

$900 USD
For sale is a 2013 Boxxer WC custom tuned by S4 Suspension Here is the back story on this fork... This fork came installed on my 2013 Giant Glory. I used it on the bike from April to June. In June I had the fork rebuilt by S4 Suspension when I was racing at Windham. I put 3 runs on the fresh build then I crashed in practice and dislocated my thumb. I was out for 10 weeks and ended up selling the Glory with a different fork (assuming I would use this fork in 2014). I ended up buying a Dorado this season...and dislocated my knee in May so I never ended up using this Boxxer after my crash at Windham in 2013. So to sum up...this is a nearly flawless 2013 Boxxer WC with a fresh custom build by S4 with only 3 runs (not rides) at Windham since the rebuild. There are no scratches on the stanchion tubes. The only major scratch is shown in the photos...it is aesthetic only. The S4 build included after market low friction seals, downhill specific splash oil, and S4 charged the compression/ rebound side of the fork with negative air. Basically this improves the forks small bump compliance by overcoming what little friction is generated by the fork seals. Compared to how this fork felt stock, the S4 build is a noticeable improvement. If you are interested in this fork PM me. I will sell/ ship within the continental US only.

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Aug 19, 2014 at 11:14
Aug 19, 2014
F'ing ground... How long are you out? I take it you were trail riding.

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Aug 18, 2014 at 6:21
Aug 18, 2014
Oh no dude!!! You too? What happened?

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Jul 28, 2014 at 11:29
Jul 28, 2014
Ha! Sorry dude...I gave you a full explanation but it is posted above your comment because I posted instead of replying...

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Jul 28, 2014 at 10:00
Jul 28, 2014
It was honestly the craziest most random thing...came out of nowhere. I was at the Spring Classic up at Mountain Creek and I lost it in the rock garden at the very top...the one right underneath the ski lift off to the left there. My bike just kicked out sideways coming off that rock drop at the entrance and when I landed it was enough to unclip my right leg out of the pedal. I couldn't get away from the bike because my left foot was still clipped in and I landed with the bike upright and rolling. My right knee got caught in front of the pedal and the bottom half of my leg got sucked down into the rocks. I was going like "mach 10" when the bike was dragging me through the rocks so the first rock I hit with my knee...just totally pulled it apart with the pedal acting like the fulcrum. I felt it go...then the bike dragged me for about another 10 ft. through the rocks. It sucked. This all happened on my race run to...with all the spectators there and everything.

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