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tetonlarry seanstdenis's article
May 3, 2015 at 12:40
3 days
The Bikes and Riders of Whistler Bike Park Opening Day 2015
Good follow up post Seth. That's the right attitude. I don't hate you for having an M16 at such a young age regardless of how you got it. I hope to give my son the same opportunities you have been given. I don't care if I have to take the bus to work, nothing is more important than the bike my son rides.
tetonlarry seanstdenis's article
May 3, 2015 at 8:50
May 3, 2015
Selling
Apr 26, 2015 at 11:36
Apr 26, 2015

Devinci Dixon Medium w/Fox 36 Float

$1600 USD
Up for sale is my 2012 Devinci Dixon with custom build. This bike is built up for aggressive XC and even light DH use. 34lbs as it sits mostly due to the DH wheelset and Saint crankset. The fork was a Talas, but I converted it to a Float because I never used the Talas feature. The Talas felt terrible, but the Float is nice and plush. It's hard to tell from the photos, but there is a clear protective film on almost every surface of the frame. If you were to remove the film the frame would look like new. This bike is amazing. So much fun to ride the way I have it set up. You could ride any trail on this bike. Bike shows normal wear and tear, but no dings and no cracks. Highlights are as follows: 2009 Fox 36 Float 160mm - This fork feels great, but definitely has a little bushing play and could use a rebuild. I've adjusted the price accordingly. No visible wear on stanchions. Rockshox Monarch Plus rear shock with the correct "LL" tune for this bike. This shock feels amazing. Mavic 721 rims with formula hubs - relatively true with no hops and some small dings/cosmetic damage. Super tough wheel set. Shimano Saint 170mm single ring crankset with 32 tooth Race Face Narrowwide ring SRAM PG1050 11-36 cassette 10 Speed SRAM X9 shifter and derailleur were installed last season along with a new chain. Drive-train is dialed. Shifts and performs flawlessly. Ethirteen LG1 chainguide - I'm running it without the lower roller because I found it to be unnecessary. However, I will include the lower roller with this sale. Running no upper guide did not work for me 100% which I find unacceptable. I have not dropped the chain once with the upper guide installed. Maxxis Ardent 3C EXO 2.4 front tire in good condition - Kenda xc weight tube Maxxis DHR II 3C EXO 2.3 rear tire in good condition - Kenda xc weight tube The pedals pictured are not included! Sorry I love these pedals. I can include Deity compound pedals, or Shimano SLX clipless pedals. Both in great condition. Your choice. Shimano XT brakes. I will drop $100 off the price if you want me to put Avid Elixer R brakes on instead. Answer ProTaper DH 780mm handlebar uncut FSA gravity 60mm stem Anvil Saddle Foam grips - I was skeptical, but now I swear by them. They do not move or twist ever. Original Devinci rear axle required an allen wrench to remove the rear wheel, but I upgraded it to a Maxle from a Trek ABP bike. Took a lot of research to make sure it would fit. It fits and works perfectly. Well maintained and 100% ready to ride. Price does not include shipping. I will charge actual shipping to the buyer, but I will pay to have the bike professionally packed. Sick deal for a sick bike. I'm also selling my TR250 and planning on upgrading to "One Bike". I would be open to a discount if anyone wants both bikes. Also, I'll drop $200 off the price immediately for a local buyer paying with cash. Text or PM message is best as I'm at work more than I should be.

tetonlarry CanfieldBrothers's article
Apr 26, 2015 at 10:57
Apr 26, 2015
First Look: Canfield Brothers Riot
The statement "29ers are for xc racers" is exactly what this bike laughs in the face of. Bikes like the Evil Following, Spec Enduro, Canfield Riot are paving the way for the success of mid-travel 29er's. I like these bikes because they have 29" wheels, but you can still huck to flat (for when I go way past the tranny because the wheels roll so much faster). They could serve me well in a "one bike" scenario. Hard tails and 4" travel XC bikes are great, but only when part of a larger quiver.
tetonlarry CanfieldBrothers's article
Apr 26, 2015 at 10:53
Apr 26, 2015
First Look: Canfield Brothers Riot
Looks like a Canfield Riot
tetonlarry CanfieldBrothers's article
Apr 26, 2015 at 10:52
Apr 26, 2015
First Look: Canfield Brothers Riot
Canfield does it again. This bike looks sick.
Selling
Apr 26, 2015 at 10:21
Apr 26, 2015

Transition TR 250 Medium Fox Float 36 TR250

$1900 USD
Up for sale is my 2011 Transition TR250. This bike has served me well, but my priorities have changed with the birth of my son. I'm going down to 1 bike. All parts are in good working condition and ready to ride. Bike has been ridden by a 160lb experienced rider and well maintained. Crashes have been minimal with no major damage to the bike. I ride my XC bike a lot more than my DH bike these days. I barely rode this bike last year which is why I am reluctantly selling. I cannot say enough about how awesome this bike is, and how capable it is of making you a better rider. There is wear and tear on the finishes/paint, which I have tried to show in all of the pictures. There are no dents or cracks anywhere and all damage is cosmetic only. The most evident cosmetic damage is under the down tube where debris from the front wheel hits the bike. Rear triangle was replaced in 2014 under warranty. I've bought and sold many bikes online and am always honest and straightforward with my listings. Here is a link to the original review on PB: http://www.pinkbike.com/news/Transition-TR250-test-2011.html. Highlights include: Fox 36 Float 180mm RC2 FIT Kashima in mint condition. NO scratches on stanchions. Fox DHX RC4 rear shock with 400lb spring Kashima Mavic 823 rims on Sun Ringle Hubs. 36 hole. 23mm internal rim width. Rims are true with no major dings. Rear wheel does have a small hop to it. Not enough to notice riding. Bombproof wheelset set up UST tubeless with no rim tape. Never had any issues with burping or losing air. Never had a flat since switching to tubeless last season. This is the same rim used in the Deemax wheelset, but with better hubs. Huge upgrade from the standard Transition Revolution wheelset that came stock. SRAM PG950 11-26 cassette Upgraded rear axle last year due to manufacturer recall Minion DHF 3C 2ply front tire in decent shape High Roller II 3C 2ply rear tire (Mint condition. Replaced at the end of last season) Truvativ Descendant crankset w/36 tooth chainring Truvativ Howitzer Team 83mm BB Ethirteen SRS+ chainguide Deity Pedals Kore Torsion bars (I will include the Race Face Atlas bars pictured if my asking price is met) Full Speed Ahead Gravity DX Pro headset ODI Troy Lee Grips Elixer CR brakes with 8" rotors. Must be one of the "good" sets. I've never had an issue with these brakes. Bled once a year. Stopping power could be stronger, but modulation is great. SRAM X9 short cage rear derailleur 9 speed SRAM X9 9 speed shifter Thompson Seatpost Specialized seat Price does not include shipping. I will charge actual shipping to the buyer and I will pay to have the bike professionally packed at my local bike shop. Not looking to trade. I'm willing to knock $200 off my asking price for a local buyer. Feel free to hit me up with any questions. I've taken great care of this bike and it has been my pride and joy. It will be sad to see it go. I'm offering a great deal, and the buyer will not be disappointed. PB messaging or text is best as I'm at work much more than I want to be!

tetonlarry TheFEST's article
Apr 26, 2015 at 9:17
Apr 26, 2015
Cruz Fest Course Preview
I understand not getting hurt when you land on the transition, but explain to me the physics of slamming into the backside of a giant jump while doing a backflip! I would be dead and so would you.
tetonlarry CanfieldBrothers's article
Apr 26, 2015 at 9:02
Apr 26, 2015
First Look: Canfield Brothers Riot
The mid long 29er "fad" is just beginning. Companies are getting the geometry dialed and people like me who used to laugh at the thought of buying a 29er, are actually considering it. 27.5 and 26 are almost the same. 27.5 bikes still feel like 26" bikes. I think you don't really feel the advantages of bigger wheels until you go from 26 to 29.
tetonlarry TheFEST's article
Apr 23, 2015 at 21:17
Apr 23, 2015
Cruz Fest Course Preview
I don't get it either. I watch some of these pro-level falls and think to myself "That would have killed me".
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