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Mar 18, 2014 at 23:56Mar 18, 2014
Mar 18, 2014 at 23:54Mar 18, 2014
Used Shimano XT 9 speed cassette. 11-34T. Model CS M770. Add $15 to ship anywhere in the US via USPS.
Mar 18, 2014 at 23:48Mar 18, 2014
Used Shimano XT front derailleur for 9 speed. Direct mount. Currently configured for 2 chainrings when it was still on my bike with a 2x9 drivetrain. Model FD M771. Add $15 to ship anywhere in the US via USPS.
Mar 18, 2014 at 23:42Mar 18, 2014
Used Shimano XT rear derailleur 9 speed. Medium cage. Very good condition. Model RD M772. Add $15 to ship anywhere in the US via USPS.
Mar 18, 2014 at 23:39Mar 18, 2014
Brand new in box Shimano Deore XT rear shifter for 9 speed drivetrains. Add $15 to ship anywhere in the US via USPS.
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Mar 18, 2014 at 19:53Mar 18, 2014
Mar 18, 2014 at 19:51Mar 18, 2014
Used Cguide V.02 chain guide. Has minor scratches, but in perfect working condition. Comes with extra tube and clamp (both brand new). Brand new guide costs $50, tube another $10. Add $15 to ship anywhere in the US via USPS.
uphill-blues RichardCunningham's article
Mar 17, 2014 at 9:01Mar 17, 2014
Intense Tracer 275 Carbon - Review
Mr. Steber, Is this what your new CEO said your company should do? Make bikes worth 10k? How do you think your employees feel about making bikes that they themselves can't afford? This is a silly decision, and that bike looks ugly too. I love your T2 26" (which I have), I forgave you for jumping into the 27.5 bandwagon, but I might start looking into Yeti and other companies if you go this route. The masses don't need carbon. Aluminum is fine for the rest of us. The only people who can afford this bike are those who work 6 days a week and get a fat paycheck, but can only ride every other weekend. And they wear matching loud TLD tops and bottoms. Fuckers look like they spilled a can of paint on themselves.
uphill-blues Nate-at-BikeCo-com's article
Jan 28, 2014 at 0:58Jan 28, 2014
Tech Spotlight - The Functional Wash
Unless the bike is really dirty (or you just want a shiny bike which will get dirty again anyway), a small paintbrush, a microfiber rag, and some isopropyl alcohol is all you need. Use the paintbrush to dust off the dirt (especially around moving parts), and the rag with some isopropyl alcohol in a spray bottle to wipe away the crud. The cool thing about the alcohol is that the overspray is safe and dries immediately. Microfiber rags pick up dirt better than towels and resist getting snagged. I'm going to watch some porno now.