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Nov 10, 2014
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Nov 10, 2014 at 8:11
Nov 10, 2014

Specialized DEMO 8, Custom Build

$2950 EUR
Specialized Demo 8, Size Large, Matte black. The frame is in perfect condition, some minor cable rub and scuffs from foot rub, But overall in very good condition. NO Dings, dents, or deep scratches. Spec as follows. Cane Creek Double Barrel Shock, 400lb x 3" spring Fox 40 forks, 2013, coil, kashima coated. F wheel, Bontrager big earl. R Wheel, Reverse 934 rim, Dt swiss champion Spokes, Brass nipples, Hope Pro 2 EVO hub (red) Saint cranks. Saint rear mech, Saint Shifter XT 11 - 32 Cassette (10 Spd) E-Thirteen Chain guide/taco Sram PC 1051 chain E-Thirteen "the Hive" 35 tooth chain ring, Gold ano. XT brakes, (200mm rotors) Renthal Fatbar Easton Havoc Stem SDG I-Beam Saddle/seatpost Tyres, Hillbilly Front. Butcher DH rear. Both 90% Shimano DX pedals This Bike has been kept in Bikeology, Naas, Ireland for the last two years. It has seen very little use and always been kept immaculately. Any Inspection is welcome. If you require more pictures just let me know and I can Email them to you. No trades, No swaps, No breaking, Buyer pays shipping

schwimble mikekazimer's article
Nov 29, 2013 at 2:58
Nov 29, 2013
Pinkbike Poll: Are You Scared of Change?
Im with you on this for the most part, But companies DO bring in new "standards" just for the hell of it. The 1 1/4 headset thing is a prime example. This shit annoys me!!! Its unnecessary and it makes life harder for cyclists, for shops and for manufacturers.
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Aug 20, 2013 at 2:53
Aug 20, 2013
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Aug 20, 2013 at 2:51
Aug 20, 2013

Specialized Stumpjumper Expert FSR Evo Large

$2250 EUR
Brand New 2013 Specialized Stumpjumper Expert Evo for sale. This frame was built for a display but NEVER ridden. The frame number was never registered with specialized for warranty purposes so the warranty is still there for the buyer. The frame will be shipped with a sales reciept, and the warranty WILL BE VALID. For any more info on this aspect of the frame get in touch with me here. The frame itself comes with the following - Size L. To suit a rider 178 - 188cm. (5' 10" - 6' 2") - Colour, Black - Shock, Fox Float CTD evolution shock with boost valve, Kashima coating and Autosag. - 12mm DT Swiss Thru-axle included - 1 1/2 - 1 1/8 threadless campy style headset included - BB30 bearings included (you will still need to buy the BB30 sleeve, or you can buy an adapter an fit a normal external BB) - Command post 34.9 seat clamp included - Spare Dropout included If you have any questions regarding the frame, the fit of the frame, of the warranty which is included, message me here and il get back to you as quickly as i can. thanks for reading.

schwimble mattwragg's article
Mar 5, 2013 at 4:56
Mar 5, 2013
Orange Bikes' Michael Bonney Seriously Injured in Road Crash
its because the speeds on road bikes are WAY higher than on MTBs, plus tarmac is a lot harder than a nice comfy bush. Healin vibes buddy!!!
schwimble mattwragg's article
Feb 25, 2013 at 7:29
Feb 25, 2013
Analysis: Enduro World Series Rules and Regulations
i one day of practice you cant hope to learn all 20+ mins of riding off by heart the way you do with a DH race, all it will do is allow people to scope the terrain and learn where the particularly techy spots are........it will also allow you to figure how to pace yourself in each stage. but you wont learn every corner in one day.
schwimble hypo1's photo
Feb 6, 2013 at 9:58
Feb 6, 2013
thats also a 50 tooth chainring, or about 50 anyway, so its could be a road part thrown at and XCO bike.

schwimble mtbstrengthcoach's article
Jan 30, 2013 at 3:26
Jan 30, 2013
schwimble mtbstrengthcoach's article
Jan 30, 2013 at 3:25
Jan 30, 2013
Zen Mountain Biking: Improving Your Riding 100% in 30 Days
no. some people jump on a bike and are automatically fast. I know a good few lads who have put in crazy hours over the last 4/5/6 years, and they still dont qualify for finals at a world cup. the difference between them and the top guys is talent. i think most people who work hard (properly hard) can become very fast, but regardless of how much practice they put in, they will never be world class, that last little bit of speed takes natural ability.
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