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Mar 25, 2015
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Selling
Mar 24, 2015 at 7:47
Mar 24, 2015

Canfield DJ Lg. Glow in the Dark Frame - Marzocchi, Deity

$1000 USD
Up for sale is my Canfield DJ park bike. I built this last summer and took it to the jump park twice in that time. It's just not my style of riding. Most of my short time on it was spent on the pump track... Bike is in immaculate condition. I put frame wrap all over to protect the awesome paint. Frame size Long, sparkle blue frame that glows in the dark! Most of the build came off of a GT Ruckus DJ 0 AlexRims wheels, GT cranks, chainring, chain Marzocchi DJ 1 fork Deity Pivotal seat and seatpost Deity CZ38 handlebar Canfield Crampon Ultimate pedals Formula RX Brakes Looking to get $1000 for the full bike. Shipping will be $100 in the Cont. US, quoted for worldwide shipping. I'm trying to finish my '15 Jedi build with these funds, I'm willing to trade ONLY for parts to complete the Jedi, RF SixC 35 bars, cranks, etc.

therage43 RichardCunningham's article
Mar 20, 2015 at 18:23
Mar 20, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: How Much Are Name-Brand Components and Interchangeability Worth?
While you can buy the honda 450 stock and race it, most pros and high level racers (and subsequently a lot of people that want to look that part) modify their bikes with high end, name brand parts. You can also buy a big name brand MTB with multiple levels of specs, you can get them with low end parts or "G'ed up from the Feet up". I think the size of these manufacturers and the level of sales difference between the Moto and MTB industries should be taken into account when comparing them like this. It's unfair to assume that any one MTB manufacturer would have the ability to mimic an industry giant like honda when it comes to R&D and market competition. I'm personally thankful that there are so many different manufacturers of parts, it gives us riders and bike enthusiasts opportunity to personalize our ride. Also, without industry standards manufacturers would be the ones that see the negative side as they would be responsible for making multiple versions of the same part available to their customers, or limit their market.
therage43 pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 10, 2015 at 19:59
Mar 10, 2015
Ask PB: My First DH Race, Larger Frame Causes Problems, and Tame Those Nasty Cables
How about a little attention to detail? That pic of moondraker cockpit is atrocious! Unwind the cables firstly, shorten cables so they take a similar curve and then use w/e means you want to secure them together. It's not rocket science...
therage43 RichardCunningham's article
Feb 20, 2015 at 18:08
Feb 20, 2015
Sneak Peek: Fox Prototype Air Shock
Trying to think of a witty comment, but nothing springs to mind.
therage43 EnduroMe's article
Feb 20, 2015 at 17:17
Feb 20, 2015
Added 5 photos to Parts
Feb 8, 2015 at 20:46
Feb 8, 2015
therage43 mikekazimer's article
Feb 4, 2015 at 16:48
Feb 4, 2015
Spotted: Prototype Maxxis Minion Semi-Slick Tire
mb929 is right. Quit neg propping the guy for speaking the truth... Swhwalbe tires have VERY soft compounds. They are a "race day tire" at a premium price. You cannot buy it in a 60A like you can a Maxxis. They have 3 compound levels; "Vert star" is the softest, good for literally a handful of runs. Trail star is their mid level, I got one of these to last a whopping 3 days at whistler, on the front. Pace star is their hardest available compound, which is only available in a VERY few tread styles, NOT Magic Mary and NOT rock razor. In fact, I just read through their own website and NONE of the "gravity" style tires they offer come with a Pace Star compound. You'll burn through these tires like a fat chick through her own wedding cake after she got left at the alter...
therage43 mikekazimer's article
Feb 4, 2015 at 16:33
Feb 4, 2015
Spotted: Prototype Maxxis Minion Semi-Slick Tire
I've got several of these prototypes in my garage as we speak!
therage43 trackmtb's photo
Jan 31, 2015 at 9:22
Jan 31, 2015
Totally rideable...

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