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Nov 23, 2014 at 13:05
Nov 23, 2014

Renthal Integra Direct Mount Stem

$59 GPB
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! £95 on Chain Reaction.

unclesomebody mikelevy's article
Oct 8, 2014 at 0:58
Oct 8, 2014
ENVE M60 Forty Wheels - Review
The article has it the wrong way round. It's 60% down. Just like the M90 is 90% down.
unclesomebody redbullbike's article
Sep 26, 2014 at 23:26
Sep 26, 2014
Red Bull Rampage 2014: Szymon Godziek's Qualifier Run
Godziek must have been born upside down because he flipped that thing way smoother than anyone else that has simply tried to jump it. Insane.
Sep 22, 2014 at 13:35
Sep 22, 2014

WANTED: Endcaps for Mavic Crossmax/Deemax (142mm or 157mm)

$10 GPB
I'm looking for endcaps to fit my deemax ultimate, but I've been told the crossmax ones are the same. My hub is 150mm but I want it to be 157mm. If you have 142mm endcaps then that also works. Thanks

Sep 21, 2014 at 11:47
Sep 21, 2014

Fox 40 Fit RC2 Kashima - Ti Spring

$625 GPB
I'm switching to Boxxers to try out the new charger damper so these bad boys are for sale. 2012 Fox 40 fit rc2 with titanium spring (blue - I'm 73kg) and a hope integrated crown stem. The lowers have some normal wear marks on them but the stanchions are in top notch condition. The pictures don't show how gold the kashima coating is and there are no scratches to be found on them! The forks were serviced a few months ago but I just had the oil changed today so they're good to go! This listing is WITHOUT the Hope top crown and stem. If you want the hope integrated stem then I'd be willing to include it for another £75. But honestly, it saves weight and it's stiffer than a split design so it's definitely worth it! Collection from Bristol preferred but postage is an option. I have a fork box and lots of bubble wrap so they'll be safe and sound.

Sep 16, 2014 at 13:36
Sep 16, 2014

Cane Creek CCDB Air XV "better than new" 8.5x2.5

$300 GPB
UPDATE: Size of the shock is 8.5x2.5" or 216x63mm. Comes with adjustment tool and volume spacers (the blue rings). New bike has a different shock length so I won't be fitting this shock :( This shock was fitted to my TR250 until it suddenly died whilst riding one day. Sounds bad, but it went back to TF Tuned after I spoke to Cane Creek and all the work was done under warranty (see pic). It had near enough everything replaced and was then lovingly rebuilt. It hasn't been fitted to a bike since coming back from TF Tuned (I have the invoice from them too). This is what was replaced by TF: DBAir Piston DBAir Outer Damper Tube DBAir Inner Air Can Reservoir Tube Norglide Bushings Why "better than new"? When I phoned TF to discuss what had gone wrong with the shock the mechanic explained that it had an older piston which was slightly thinner and weaker. Whilst he was explaining everything he'd replaced I said "so it's as good as new now" to which he replied "no, it's better than new because I've just lovingly rebuilt it by hand myself!". :) The only sign of it being used are the rebound/compression knobs (which weren't replaced!).

Aug 13, 2014 at 5:44
Aug 13, 2014


unclesomebody mattwragg's article
Jul 21, 2014 at 1:24
Jul 21, 2014
First Look: Renthal Fatbar Carbon
Except the sixc is (almost certainly) the bar which Enve benchmarked against and which broke in their tests. They didn't call it out but the implication was strong enough. See the comments on this thread: Should have added: Mtbr: How does 150 drops at max height compare to others? Jake: We tested a popular Brand A aluminum bar at 345 grams and a Brand B carbon bar from a competitor that was 785 wide and 225 grams. The Brand A aluminum bar at nearly 100 grams heavier bent to unrideable proportions after 40 or so drops. The Brand B competitor’s carbon bar broke at 32” or after 5 drops and never made max height. Would be interesting to see a test between the enve and the renthal. It's a shame people don't have testing rigs in their garages!
unclesomebody wyldeman1's photo
Jul 12, 2014 at 8:03
Jul 12, 2014
Do you have a spec list? What are the wheels? I want to get mine down to 32lb too! :)

Jul 11, 2014 at 0:57
Jul 11, 2014
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