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togood2die ragley-bikes's article
Aug 29, 2016 at 5:40
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Jul 25, 2016 at 6:28
Jul 25, 2016

Diamondback Mission 1

$2000 USD
2016 DIAMONDBACK MISSION 1 FOR SALE!!! *** Never (really) ridden! Only "tested" down my street after I finished building and tuning! *** THEIR BLURB: The Mission One is a mountain bike that could not have existed just a couple years ago: a so-called “entry level” all-mountain bike that’s as capable and tough as bikes that cost thousands of dollars more. As our KnuckleBox suspension design has evolved, the bikes that use it have become better—at every level. The Mission One revolves around its tough-as-nails hydroformed aluminum frame with 160mm of Fox suspension travel front and rear. A wide range SRAM 1×10 drivetrain, Shimano hydraulic brakes (180mm rotors), and a tubeless-ready setup—what’s not to love? It’s dropper-post ready, has a stiff 142×12mm thru-axle rear end, and just plain rips trails apart. If you’re looking to enter the waters of go-anywhere, do-everything full suspension quiver killers, the Mission One is the starting point. SPECS: Sizes: S/15.5" M/17" L/19" XL/21" Frame: Mission All Mountain 27.5, 160mm 6061-T6 Weapons Grade Aluminum w/Hydroformed Top Tube, Butted / Formed Down Tube / Seatstays, Under Arch Seatstay bridge, Tapered Head Tube Knuckle Box Technology, ISCG 05, 142x12mm E-Thru Axle Drop out Fork: Fox 34 Float, 160mm Travel, open cartridge, 3 Position Lever w/ ext. rebound, 1.5 Butted Tapered Steerer, 34mm Easton Aluminum Stanchions, w/QR15 Thru Axle Rear Shock: Fox Float Performance DPS, 3 position lever, "LV" eyelet, 8.5x2.5" Air, DB Mission Spec, w/rebound adj Headset: FSA No57E Taper 1.5 / 1 1/8"standard cups, Sealed Cartridge Cranks: Raceface Ride 30T NarrowWide Single Ring Bottom Bracket Raceface Outboard Bearing F. Derailleur: None R. Derailleur: SRAM X7 Type2.1 Shifter: SRAM X5 10sp (right only) Cogset: SRAM PG1020 (11-36t) Chain: KMC X10 Brakes: Shimano M447 Hydraulic Disc, 180mm/180mm Rotors Brake Levers: Shimano M445 w/ reach adj. Front Hub: 32h Alloy Disc w/15mm Thru Axle Rear Hub: 32h 142x12 sealed cartridge bearing, 12mm Thru Axle, Cassette w/ CNC Disc mount, w/ Shimano E-Thru QR Axle Spokes: 14g Stainless Steel Rims: DB AM320 Doublewall Disc, 32h Tubless Compatible Tires: Schwalbe Hans Dampf 27.5x2.35, Performance Handlebar: DB35, 780mm width, 15mm rise, 35mm barbore Grips: DB4L "Lock on" 135mm Kraton Stem: DB35, 50mm length, 35mm barbore Seatpost: DB Micro Adjust 30.9mm Seat: DB Race M-series saddle Colors: Blue Extras: DB4L Shock Pump, Tubeless Valves, Tubeless Rim Tape, "Zip Tie" Mud Fender, Extra Derailleur Hanger, Owner’s Manual (Note Specifications Subject to Change) I'm in no rush to sell this, so I'll take reasonable offers very close to my $2,000 mark, and shipping is buyer's responsibility, no matter what. Don't "negotiate" w/ me for $200 off, then be surprised when shipping is $200 (plus packing, I don't do that myself), and you're back where you started! Thanks for looking!

togood2die ollyforster's article
Jul 11, 2016 at 8:19
Jul 11, 2016
2017 Orange Five and Alpine 160 - First Look
What I don't get is, how to companies keep justifying single pivot high swingarm designs like it's 1999?
togood2die pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 8, 2016 at 8:28
Jul 8, 2016
Radon Bikes UCI World Cup Downhill Lenzerheide Fantasy Contest
Pro Men: 1st Aaron Gwin 2nd Greg Minaar 3rd Troy Brosnan Pro Women: 1st Rachel Atherton 2nd Tahnee Seagrave 3rd Manon Carpenter
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Jul 1, 2016 at 5:55
Jul 1, 2016
New Mission 1 on the way from Diamondback!
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togood2die briceshirbach's article
Jun 30, 2016 at 5:59
Jun 30, 2016
East Bound and Down: Davis, West Virginia
I miss WV, NC, and TN mountains so bad...
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Jun 30, 2016 at 5:57
Jun 30, 2016
UGH. I miss it so much.

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