unclesomebody cameronmackenzie's article
Jan 14, 2017 at 9:102 days
34 Bikes of the New Zealand National Downhill Series
Does anyone know if those Yeti's are running 170mm forks?
unclesomebody CamMcCaul's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 7:143 days
Cam McCaul's Squamish VW Adventure - Documentary
That was a looooong advert.
unclesomebody kendatire's article
Jan 9, 2017 at 12:34Jan 9, 2017
Freeriding the Wasatch Range - Video
frame rate issues made it almost unwatchable...
Dec 29, 2016 at 2:51Dec 29, 2016
I have the original purchase receipt for the frame and it was built up from there using the highest end components. It originally came with a CCDB Air but after failing 3 times I demanded Specialized provide a shock that was fit for purpose and the Ohlins TTX22 changed my life! Believe the hype - this is the best rear shock on the market. This is the S-Works frame and comes with the following: - Ohlins TTX22M Rear Shock with 457lb spring (I weight 76kg) - BBInfinite bottom bracket - the best pressfit bottom bracket in existence. Google them if you don't believe me. I imported it from the states and it's been perfect. - Cane Creek Headset - I replaced the bearings last summer and it's barely been ridden since Shock costs £600 on it's own so this is a bargain package. Wheels are available separately if you're interested. Collection welcome in Bristol or I can ship anywhere. My DH bike went to Denmark and the chap who bought it would gladly give you confidence in my packing/shipping abilities! :)
unclesomebody joeyschusler's article
Oct 27, 2016 at 13:30Oct 27, 2016
Flashes of the Altai - Video
I'm not sure what this video is selling, but I'm buying. All of it. So nicely shot but even better editing. All your hard work setting up cameras with freezing hands paid off big time. I haven't been in Mongolia for 14 years but I can remember it so vividly. You'll never forget a trip like that. Seriously well done.
Oct 21, 2016 at 13:20Oct 21, 2016
The bike I told my wife would be the last... now I just fancy trying a Yeti SB6C so in the unlikely event you own one and want to trade then let's talk! Otherwise this is a straight sale. £2,450. I have the original purchase receipt for the frame and it was built up from there using the highest end components (without being silly!) for an all mountain ripper. It originally came with a CCDB Air but after failing 3 times I demanded Specialized provide a shock that was fit for purpose and the Ohlins TTX22 changed my life! Believe the hype - this is the best rear shock on the market. Full Spec List Specialized Enduro S-Works Medium Frame - good condition with some small paint chips on the frame. Rear triangle (which is alloy) has some chainslap due to the poorly designed protector. Ohlins TTX22m Rear Shock - custom tuned for the enduro - 457lb spring (I weigh 75kg). This would normally set you back £600! RockShox Pike Solo Air 160mm SRAM Rail 50 Wheels - these are awesome and uncommon wheels. Very light and very strong! DT swiss internals. Sram X0 Cranks with RaceFace N/W direct mount ring BBInfinite Bottom Bracket - the ultimate solution for pressfit. I imported from the USA and I've NEVER heard a single creak! Sram X0 Derailleur Sram X0 Shifter Enve DH bars - cut down to 780mm Renthal Apex 50mm Stem Saint Brakes with Ice-tech Floating Discs - great setup for such a capable bike Rock Shox Reverb Stealth SLR Carbonio Flow Saddle - Carbon rails - VERY light (130g from memory) Hans Dampf Super Gravity on Rear Magic Mary Super Gravity on Front All Frame bearings where replaced by Specialized last year and I've ridden less than 30 hours since (that's what a newborn baby does!). The forks were also serviced. Collection from Bristol or I can post in a bike box.
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Oct 21, 2016 at 13:02Oct 21, 2016
unclesomebody paulaston's article
Oct 17, 2016 at 0:46Oct 17, 2016
Robot Bike Co R160 Custom - Review
Finally. It feels like bike manufacturing has just caught up with high tech bespoke manufacturing in other industries. The missing part of this business model is the huge R&D that companies like Specialized, Cannondale, etc do (especially on their road bikes). However, I think a back to basics approach of dialled geometry rather than shifting the coefficient of drag by 1% makes total sense. Well done Robot Co.
unclesomebody pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 14, 2016 at 0:55Oct 14, 2016
YT Industries - Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest