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Aug 22, 2016 at 20:18
Aug 22, 2016

Reign 1 with upgrades

$3400 USD
For sale is my great condition 2016 Giant Reign 27.5 1. It's a size medium & I'm 5'10" - fits me great with room for shorter or taller riders. I've ridden this bike from February until June and has been very well maintained. It's been completely overhauled with some new parts and upgrades. Current MSRP is $5,350 Specs are: Alloy frame and swing arm. Maestro dual link suspension with fresh tune on the linkage. There's new bearings on the main pivot - Feels great. Rockshox Pike RCT3 160mm SoloAir with the Giant supplied 46mm offset crown and a 15mm thru axle. I'll include 4 bottomless tokens for volume reduction. New dust wipers/oil seals/oil. Rockshox Monarch Plus RC3 with the Debonair can. I'm including a kit of compression bands for volume reduction. The frame gives 160mm of travel. Shimano Saint brakes with 203/180 centerlock IceTech rotors and pads. SRAM X1 drivetrain with a new 10/42t cassette. Shimano XT crank with a new 30t Renthal 1XR chainring. The pedals aren't included. Gravity Grid 40mm stem and a 780mm Joystick 35mm Analog carbon handlebar. It's got Ergon GA2 grips. Novatec hubs on WTB Asym i29 ST TCS rims. The wheels are brand new, never ridden. Tires are currently Schwalbe Magic Mary Snakeskin front / Maxxis Minion SS rear. Giant Contact Switch seatpost with 150mm of travel. Ergon SMA3 Saddle. The bike's professionally assembled and maintained. Message me if you'd like any changes. I'm happy to install more appropriate tires for you or grips or such. I have a well used MRP G2 chainguide I'm happy to include. I'm also happy to remove items if needed.

terashred vernonfelton's article
Jul 28, 2016 at 16:26
Jul 28, 2016
Banned in the USA: Part 3
I agree with the bill proposed. I think local ranger districts ought to be able to manage access to both 'open' & Wilderness trails individually. In fact they already do this as MTBs aren't allowed on every National Forest trail. Recreation managers know their trails intimately and probably already have an idea of whether bike access would create conflicts on each trail based on grade/sight lines/shuttle access/# of visitors/etc... If the bill re-opens access to only those lands classified Wilderness in the past 5 or 10 years it could be a win for most trail users. My favorite riding is 6+ hour backcountry type xc loops. Ill find myself in Wilderness from time to time, and the people I meet are 99% stoked to see a MTBer. Just make sure your bikes don't make noise, don't skid, say hi and remain cordial, slow down for blind turns and just generally share the trail. We all go to the Wilderness for essentially the same reason, and we need to share it.
terashred pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 16, 2016 at 9:04
Jul 16, 2016
EWS Round Four, La Thuile, Italy - Final Results
Ritchey Rude has a larger gap to Sam Hill in 2nd than Sam has over Antonio Ferreiro in 11th.
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terashred paulaston's article
May 25, 2016 at 8:09
May 25, 2016
Loic Bruni Injured
It's called the Specialized Trumphumper, dummy
Selling
May 12, 2016 at 10:39
May 12, 2016

Giant Contact Switch SL 30.9 150mm

$250 USD
Brand new, in a sealed box. This post is 440mm long, and has 150mm of travel. They are both internal and external compatible. I can provide a 30.9 to 31.6 shim if needed Thanks for looking

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May 12, 2016 at 10:35
May 12, 2016

Rockshox Reverb Stealth B1 30.9 x 170mm Left(under)

$375 USD
Unfortunately this seatpost is too tall for me and my frame. It comes with the bleed kit & reverb fluid, the extra collar, lever doodads, and everything else. Thanks for looking

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May 9, 2016 at 12:04
May 9, 2016

Repaired devinci troy carbon front triangle

$100 USD
I ran my bike into a rock and put a quarter-sized hole in the downtube. It's patched with 15 multi-directional layers of unidirectional carbon and used the proper West System 205 epoxy resin and hardener. The carbon was compressed with a combination of saran wrap, electrical tape, and painter's masking tape. By looking at the photos, much of this is still attached to the excess resin, because it's so hard I couldn't clean it up. I didn't really try that hard, but you can't cut the glue globs with a safety razor; it's super hard and strong. With some careful time with a sanding disc you could probably make it look decent. In short,it looks like shit, but it works great!! I rode this frame for another year, and rode it hard and fast through the PacNW winter and long summers. I never heard a creak, detected any flex (if anything it felt stiffer), or second guessed the repair job after the first ride. This frame is compatible with alloy models, if you want to upgrade to carbon this is a good and cheap way to do it.

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