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Added 5 photos to Specialized-SX-Trail-One
Mar 8, 2014 at 17:01
Mar 8, 2014
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Mar 8, 2014 at 16:29
Mar 8, 2014
Added 7 photos to Trek-Remedy-9
Feb 15, 2014 at 22:52
Feb 15, 2014
Selling
Feb 15, 2014 at 22:40
Feb 15, 2014

Trek Remedy 9 Large Custom

$1800 CAD
This bike has been regularly shop serviced and is fresh out from its full season maintenance (brakes bled, new pads, shocks bled, seals etc.) Recent upgrades include: new rear 521 rim and hub with stiffened oversize axle, Solo air fork (smoother, more durability, less maintenance than 2 step), all pivots and BB shred ready for a precise feel. Tubeless tires 95% tread rear and 85% tread left in the front. Purpose built for all-mountain, light and nimble on the climbs, plush and reliable going down, awesome brakes. Note: saddle and grips functional, but you'll want something nicer on your snappy new ride. Here's a list of the specs: Rockshox Lyric Solo Air Fork Fox RP23 Rear Shock Shimano XT Brakes Shimano XT Shifters Shimano XT Rear Derailleur Shimano XT Front Derailleur Chromag OS Handlebar Bontrager Stem Shimano XT Cranks Blackspire Lite God Bashguard Bontrager Seatpost Chromag Trailmaster Saddle Mavic 521 Rear Wheel with Shimano SLX Hub Bontager Rythm Front Wheel with Bontrager Rythm Hub Kenda Nevegal Tubeless Tires

Added 1 photo to Specialized-SX-Trail-One
Feb 3, 2014 at 15:56
Feb 3, 2014
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Selling
Feb 3, 2014 at 15:52
Feb 3, 2014

Specialized SX Trail One Medium

$1650 CAD
Hello all, this bike has only been ridden 7 times within the past two years and has received routine maintenance throughout. The bike has a fresh rear wheel and new pivots. Great bike for someone looking to get into some downhilling but still wanting to ride back to the top. This bike is super durable and is overall a low maintenance rig. Components Include: Rockshox Domain 318 160mm Fork Fox DHX 4.0 170mm Rear Shock Elixir R Brakes Sram X5 Shifters Sram X7 9spd Rear Derailleur Shimano SLX Front Derailleur Shimano HG-61 9spd Cassette Chromag OSX Handlebars ODI Ruffian MX Grips Specialized Aggro 35mm Stem Gamut USA Bashguard Truvativ Stylo Cranks HT Tasters Choice Flat Pedals Specialized Leather Saddle DT Swiss F550 Front Wheel With Specialized Hub Mavic 521 Rear Wheel With Specialized Hub Specialized Clutch Front Tire Kenda Nevegal Rear Tire (Lots of tread left)

stokalation jasperwesselman's article
Jan 25, 2014 at 10:04
Jan 25, 2014
Video: Winter Uprising - Part 1 - Luke Strobel
Now THAT redefines what's possible on a 150mm Trail Bike ^^
Added 5 photos to Devinci-Wilson-RC
Jan 20, 2014 at 17:17
Jan 20, 2014
Selling
Jan 20, 2014 at 16:26
Jan 20, 2014

Devinci Wilson RC Size Medium

$2800 CAD
I'm selling this beauty because its now a bit small for me and time to try a larger bike. This bike has been regularly serviced and maintained every couple weeks as I work at the bike shop in town. The bike has a brand new DT Swiss F630 rear wheel and the brake calipers have been rebuilt as well as bled, and it hasn't seen any riding since then. Everything is in great condition and ready to go! The frame is also Devinci's Special Edition "Fuzzy" Colour with a Carbon Skid Plate. Components Include: Rock Shox Boxxer R2C2 Fork Fox DHX RC2 Rear Shock Elixir CR Brakes (freshly rebuilt and bled) Sram X9 9spd Shifter Sram X9 Rear Derailleur Truvativ Boobar Handlebar (uncut 780mm) ODI Ruffian Grips Spank "The Standard" Director direct mount stem Truvativ Descendant Cranks E-13 Chain Guide Devinci Saddle Devinci Wilson Seatpost Carbon Skid Plate DT Swiss F630 Rear Wheel with DT Swiss 340 Hub Mavic EX325 Front Wheel with DT Swiss 340 Hub Maxxis Minion II DHR 3C Maxxis Minion DHF 3C

stokalation urteam's article
Jan 11, 2014 at 8:48
Jan 11, 2014
Video: Snowscoot It!
God damn, they really are the scooters of the ski hill, fun if you call jumping off a mogul big air...they are nothing like snowboarding when it was a new sport. why? Because the potential just isn't there. You will never ever ever be able to shred as hard on a snow scooter as you could two planking and that's a fact. The only place I would use these is on a ski mound with no fun terrain. Two plank it in the winter, bike in the summer, simple as that
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