Mar 14, 2015 at 3:06Mar 14, 2015
Renthal fatbar just taken off a Speciailzed Enduro. The bar has been cut down to 750mm but I've moved up to 780mm hence these are for sale. Collection preferred but postage is ok at buyers cost.
unclesomebody scottsecco's article
Mar 9, 2015 at 3:38Mar 9, 2015
Movies For Your Monday
Fabio Wibmer clip was unreal but I can't help think that it would have been better to see it from a non POV angle... it was hard to appreciate just how huge those drops were...
unclesomebody laurenjenkins's article
Feb 23, 2015 at 12:58Feb 23, 2015
Video: 50 Shades of Black with Laurie Greenland
Is there a video of the actual track?
unclesomebody redbullbike's article
Feb 20, 2015 at 0:57Feb 20, 2015
Video: That Feeling - Tyres on the Dirt
I bumped into Kye one day at a spot near Exeter. I was just getting back into biking and I had no idea who he was, other than it was obvious he was really good. He was really friendly and very humble. When I asked him about the run in speed he offered to demo it for me or I could follow him in. If only everyone was as friendly...
Posted in "Transition TR250 Owners Thread"
Jan 23, 2015 at 2:18Jan 23, 2015
Added 15 photos to Trek-Fuel-EX-98-For-Sale
Jan 17, 2015 at 6:07Jan 17, 2015
Jan 17, 2015 at 6:05Jan 17, 2015
This is perhaps the best fuel ever made. They changed the fuel to 130mm just before changing it back down again to 120mm when they switched to 650b. This weighs just under 25lbs (without pedals) which makes you feel like a hero on the climbs. This is a special edition of the Trek Fuel EX 9.8 as it was only available as a frameset and there were very few in this colourway. I bought it from a mechanic at Balfe's Bikes in London who had put in a special order for the frame (They are a Trek dealer). He'd built it up to a high spec and then decided he wanted to focus more on his road roading! Lunatic! ;) Frame - Trek Fuel Ex 9.8 - Medium - Full carbon frame (internal cable routing - very very clean looking bike) Fox 32 Float with 130mm travel Fox Float CTD DCRV rear shock Reverb Stealth with trigger mounted underneath on the left side of the handlebar SDG Saddle which is looking a bit worn but it's perfectly acceptable Hope Hoops Pro 2 Evo with Stans Crest rims - stickers have been taken off for the stealth look - purple hubs which look a bit weird (it came like that!). Shimano Zee Deraillaur Zee Brakes with Hope Floating Saw rotors - Just had new pads 2 weeks ago. Zee Shifter SLX Cranks - set up with Hope Narrow Wide chainring. I've NEVER dropped a chain on this bike which shows just how good the setup is. Bontrager Carbon handlebars - 720mm wide This is a fantastic XC bike. If you're skilled it can be an enduro weapon given it's light weight.
Jan 17, 2015 at 5:48Jan 17, 2015
There aren't many bikes as special as a TR250 but after I overspent building my dream V10 so this has to go because apparently it's ridiculous to have 2 dream bikes! :( Transition Tr250 - Medium - Frame is in great condition. Has 3M clear tape protecting the important bits. Fox 36 180mm Van Kashima - These were serviced at the end of last summer and I only rode the bike 1 since then as I got my V10 in September. Chris King Headset Fox RC4 with Ti Coil - 450lb - Don't need to explain how good this shock is. I tried out a CCDB Air and it was good but not as good as the coil. Avid X0 Trail Brakes - 4 piston Calipers - great modulation Rear Wheel - DT Swiss 240s hub built on to a Mavic EX721 rim. There is a small ding in this rim but it's nothing major. Front Wheel - Chris King hub built onto a light bicycle carbon rim. You might be sceptical but this is a fantastic setup for a FRONT wheel. The rims aren't good for the rear but for the front it's a solid and lightweight setup. Continential Der Kaiser Tyres Saint Cranks with Straitline bash guard and Straitline silent chain device in matching green! Saint Shifter Zee rear derailleur Chromas Handlebars Thomson Elite X4 Stem Thomson Elite Seatpost Prologo Kappa Evo Saddle (new as I moved my old saddle over) DMR V12 pedals (I was going to keep these but I can leave them on if the buyer doesn't have any pedals). You won't be disappointed with this bike, I can guarantee it. It jumps with flow and turns gnarly DH tracks into playgrounds of fun. It's really a very special bike. Enough - I'm welling up... Let me know if you have any questions. I'm based in Bristol but work in London so I could meet up with the buyer if convenient.
Nov 23, 2014 at 13:05Nov 23, 2014
I bought this but never fitted it because it isn't compatible with Enve DH bars due to it's width! Stem comes with 10mm Ti-Springs spacer and Ti bolts. Condition is fantastic. Snap up a bargain! http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/renthal-integra-direct-mount-stem/rp-prod114077 £95 on Chain Reaction.