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smgishot13 pivotcycles's article
Mar 22, 2015 at 13:42
Mar 22, 2015
Video: Eliot Jackson Tears up Queenstown
Yeah the "california winter" sure is rough for riding. It gets into the low 60's during the day!
smgishot13 scottsecco's article
Mar 21, 2015 at 22:31
Mar 21, 2015
MUST WATCH: George Brannigan - Loose Laps
I hope he got laid after shooting this video.
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Mar 21, 2015 at 18:32
Mar 21, 2015

Avalanche 888 Great shape!! Brand new lowers/seals/bushings

$500 USD
Great condition Avalanche 888 for sale. Comes with a yellow fox 40 spring installed. Includes both the stock crown, and Risse drop crown for the tall guys. Avalanache catrdige works amazing. It's on par with the DVO emerald (trust me I have one on my other bike). It provides MUCH more low speed compression and support under braking than the stock damper or other forks. While still being smooth on the high speed bumps. Easily adjustable too. The lowers are almost brand new. Only 2 rides on the lowers/seals/bushings. Stanchions have a bit more. A few minor scuffs/scratches, but no leaks! Comes with the following extras: Avalanche catrdige tool Risse drop crown Straitline integrated stem

Selling
Mar 21, 2015 at 18:31
Mar 21, 2015

$ CAD

smgishot13 mikekazimer's article
Mar 18, 2015 at 9:48
Mar 18, 2015
SRAM Announces New Hub Standards - Boost 148 and 110
I can still mount up the wheels on my 1999 yz250 onto my 2014 Yz450f with just changing spacers. The bike industry is a f-ing joke. This is a total scam. Oh, and my yz450f costs about the same as a DH bike. There is only one reason for SRAM to do this, to try to force the small volume fork mfg. out of business. The cost of the castings for the Magnesium lowers is probably the single biggest capital outlay for a fork MFG. This causes them to have to make entirely new molds most likely. SRAM has the volume to support that investment, the smaller guys may not. There's no magic or secret here, just a move to screw everyone else and make a few extra bucks.
Selling
Mar 16, 2015 at 22:13
Mar 16, 2015

Canfield Jedi XL Frameset with shock, headset

$1300 USD
have a great condition canfield Jedi XL DH bike. I had originally bought it used as a backup bike. I used it one day for a total of about 6k feet of vert. Now my loss is your gain. Frame is used, but in great condition. Frame protection has been used at all the major cosmetic wear point as you can see in the pictures. The anno red links and shiny textured black finish are BEAUTIFUL. Very striking in the sun. The suspension on these canfields are AMAZING. The rearward arcing wheel path just DESTROYS rocks. I was seriously blown away compared to my other DH bikes. This cannot be over stated. Everything works great. Shifting is perfect. Chain never drops. Bearings are all in great shape, no play in frame linkage, headset, or wheel bearings. No cracks in frame. Fork is freshly rebuild. Shock as a SINGLE RIDE on it. Basically brand new. I take lots of closeup, high res shots because I only sell bikes that are in good shape. Nothing to hide. I'm willing to wheel and deal. Sell just the frame, entire bike, frame+some components. All the components are in great shape so most of them I wouldn't mind keeping around for my next bike build.

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Feb 26, 2015 at 20:51
Feb 26, 2015
Selling
Feb 26, 2015 at 20:44
Feb 26, 2015

Great Condition Canfield Jedi DH Part out!!

$2500 USD
Still for Sale: Avalanche 888 with straitline integrated stem, includes both stock and Risse Drop crown: $500 Wheelset (with tires, and rotors): $300 Gen 2 Saint Cranks: $80 EDIT: Following parts are sold Frame/shock/headset Brakes Bars Derailleur Cassette Chain I have a great condition canfield Jedi XL DH bike. I had originally bought it used as a backup bike. I used it one day for a total of about 6k feet of vert. Now my loss is your gain. Frame is used, but in great condition. Frame protection has been used at all the major cosmetic wear point as you can see in the pictures. The anno red links and shiny textured black finish are BEAUTIFUL. Very striking in the sun. Parts are a mix of barely used components. The suspension on these canfields are AMAZING. The rearward arcing wheel path just DESTROYS rocks. I was seriously blown away compared to my other DH bikes. This cannot be over stated. Everything works great. Shifting is perfect. Chain never drops. Bearings are all in great shape, no play in frame linkage, headset, or wheel bearings. No cracks in frame. Fork is freshly rebuild. Shock as a SINGLE RIDE on it. Basically brand new. I take lots of closeup, high res shots because I only sell bikes that are in good shape. Nothing to hide. I'm willing to wheel and deal. Sell just the frame, entire bike, frame+some components. All the components are in great shape so most of them I wouldn't mind keeping around for my next bike build. Parts list: -Shimano Saint (Gen 2) crankset -Custom Canfield MRP Chainguide -2013 Marzocchi 888 with AVALANCHE Catrdige (This thing is a real jewel). It comes with Risse Racing drop crown and stock matching white crown (not shown in pics). Lowers/seals/bushings have one ride on them. Stanchions and catridge have 1/2 of season. Comes with X-firm, yellow fox 40 spring installed since Zoke always under specs their spring rates. -Cane Creek headset -Straitline integrated stem -Zee brakes, 8" rotors. Super light, and tons of power thanks to the 4 piston design -Zee Rear derailleur, 10 speed, clutch. Super silent and never misses a shift. Drivetrain is in great shape as you can see from the pictures -Hugi Fr Hub laced to intense mag 30 rim with michelin 2.8 tire. Indestructible wheel set. -Sunrace Rear hub laced to double track rim with Maxxis DH tire, also indestructible -Kore Torsion DH bar, 2 inch rise, because flat bars are for short women, not men.

smgishot13 ivcrider's video
Jan 11, 2015 at 8:19
Jan 11, 2015
video
OMG, so pinned.Can you post a GPS location of that trail?

smgishot13 mikekazimer's article
Jan 4, 2015 at 8:33
Jan 4, 2015
First Look: Evil Bikes 'The Following'
*Yawn*. Another short travel 29 'er. So much innovation...
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