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Nov 26, 2015 at 5:35
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Nov 26, 2015 at 5:33
Nov 26, 2015

Formula R0

$160 GBP
Yo peeps, Selling this siiiick set of brakes. Probably the sickest brakes I've every used. Wait, no. THE sickest set of brakes I've ever used. The power of Ronnie Coleman squeezed into a brake somehow, if not more, but the modulation is still very much there which is always nice because who wants to go OTB all the time. Bought new from CRC, Used for like 2 months - and they took FOREVER to bed in, so probably used while fully bedded in for about a week or two. So there. I saved you weeks of little power. These are in immaculate condition and new ones are still £150 an end on CRC just now so get a sick deal! Front one has been bled and only used once since. Thanks & May the force be with you.

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Nov 26, 2015 at 5:04
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Nov 26, 2015 at 5:01
Nov 26, 2015

Dt Swiss 440 on Mavic 821

$180 GBP
It has DT Swiss FR440 hubs. Some of the toughest hubs on the market AND THEY ARE RED. Came off a DT Swiss FR2350 wheelset. Ratchet engagement system is faultless, so you don't have to worry about prawls breaking and you losing engagement like a certain *cough* dope bro 2 * cough* hub. The bearings in the rear hub are slightly rough but you do not notice it once mounted, and they will probably still outlast your bike before you need to change them. These hubs are up there with Chris King in terms of robustness and price. A lot of people will compliment them and ask what they are and you will feel cool. Rear rotor bolt holes were traced and made deeper so please use the longer bolts provided. I built this wheelset for my DH bike to be uber light and fuark me it is hoorna light. These contributed to a 35lb alloy dh bike build. Rims are Mavic EN821. The rear one was buckled in a tree encounter, but trued (kinda) straight, but it is more than usable and will still last you for ages if you're an average rider who doesn't mercilessly devour rims. The casette is Shimano Ultegra 10spd, and it's a road cassette because it was lighter than the MTB cassettes and weight was key, I think it's like 11-23, but you can see that I only ever used the middle 4 or 5 gears. Tyres: In the front you will get a Single Ply (beacuse weight saving) Schwalbe Dirt Dan (Super Gravity). It is tubeless and has plenty of tread and super sealant. In the back is a Magic Mary, and it unfortunately has suffered a wee cut (pictured) on my last ride on it and I was forced into defiling this wheelset by putting a tube in it as the hole was too big even for super sealant. So with great regret I must say there is ~200g of extra rotational weight which would have not otherwise been there. Plenty of tread left though. You are not getting the rotors because the back one is bent and just very very annoying, and the front one is mine and I don't share. Starting at £200, which all things considered is an absolute Bargain. The tyres and cassette alone were £150. If you are running a heavy wheelset just now, these would take up to 2lbs off your bike.

the-mountainbart-experience RichardCunningham's article
Nov 4, 2015 at 4:13
Nov 4, 2015
Shimano Di2 XTR - Long-Term Review
"Di2 XTR exists exclusively for the cycling’s top-level competitors and for top-level recreational shoppers. Unless you count yourself among them, your opinions about batteries on bikes, non-standard parts and Shimano’s pre-determined gear selections are wasted breath. " I guess that is one way to shut the butt-hurt up before it erupts.
the-mountainbart-experience the-mountainbart-experience's photo
Nov 3, 2015 at 7:10
Nov 3, 2015
Yap! Won't be done til start of next year most likely because I have an expensive holiday to go on first!

the-mountainbart-experience the-mountainbart-experience's photo
Nov 3, 2015 at 7:09
Nov 3, 2015
ha, it's cool, got some Formula R0s for it :3

the-mountainbart-experience ride100percent's article
Oct 30, 2015 at 18:28
Oct 30, 2015
Introducing the Aircraft Full Face Helmet From 100%
Gravity is technically never not active.
the-mountainbart-experience deityusa's article
Oct 28, 2015 at 3:43
Oct 28, 2015
Deity Launches the Tyler McCaul Signature TMAC Pedals
Burgtec pedals. Enough said. Yes they weigh about as much as a small house, but the durability makes it worth it I think.
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