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Jun 13, 2015 at 20:20Jun 13, 2015
Leogang DH WC Fantasy Contest - Win a RockShox BoXXer WC!
Mens 1st - Gwin 2nd - Atherton 3rd - Mullaly Womens 1st - Atherton 2nd - Carpenter 3rd - Ragot
Jun 4, 2015 at 7:20Jun 4, 2015
RockShox - UCI WC DH - Fort William Fantasy Contest
Men - 1) Brosnan 2) Bruni 3) Gwin Women - 1) Atherton 2) Ragot 3) Carpenter
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May 8, 2015 at 9:17May 8, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Will You Consider Buying a 27.5+ Bike?
I currently have a 29+ full rigid ss salsa el mariachi. There is something fun about the bigger tires, they drift a little more, they hook up differently, they roll differently. It is a good way to mix up how I ride. It has made me faster when I race DH because I have become more conscious of line choice instead of just plowing through stuff.
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May 2, 2015 at 13:05May 2, 2015
May 2, 2015 at 13:05May 2, 2015
2014 El Mariachi Single Speed. This bike is stock except for an upgraded Easton Grips and Salsa Seat Clamp. Replaced fixed clamp with a lever clamp. This bike is FUN. Prior to having this bike I was only riding squishy bikes. I've pedaled uphill faster on this than any other bike. On smooth section of trails no one can keep up. It makes those trails you've ridden 10000 times new and challenging. Will consider shipping but you pay for shipping AND insurance. I will not ship a bike without insurance. Fed-ex put a hole in a bike of mine and I was screwed because I was cheap. Message me with questions.
Apr 28, 2015 at 20:02Apr 28, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: No Drop Dropper, Single-Speed Benefits, Kona Process Abuse, and Five Ten Love
I bought a full rigid SS Salsa El Mariachi last season. I've got a 29+ on the front and I pretty much ride that on all trails in the SLC area. I've noticed that it is making me faster on my DH bike because now I need to have actual bike skills. Super fun. Makes old trails new again.
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Apr 28, 2015 at 15:21Apr 28, 2015
Apr 28, 2015 at 15:20Apr 28, 2015
2012 GT Distortion 3.0 I have loved this bike but I want something with a little more travel. This distortion has 114 mm in the rear and a dual position 160mm RockShox Pike up front with a 66.5 degree head angle. Don't let the 26" wheels scare you. I ride this everywhere; dirt jumps, pump tracks, long trail rides. It was designed as a slope style bike but because of the i-drive it pedals really well and the slack head angle allows it to descend quickly. I have added a lot to this bike: Reverb Dropper Post Full XO drive train (shifters, derailer) Carbon XO cranks e-thirteen chain guide/bash guard Easton havoc carbon bars Formula Brakes (black and blue mismatch of T1 and R1) Mavic Crossmax ST wheelset Fox CTD kashima rear shock Renthal 34t chainring Hans Dampf tire in the front and Minion tire in the rear. Brand new (purchased yesterday) Rock Shox Pike RCT3 with dual position. Running tubes it weighs about 30lbs flat. Please message me with questions. Local pickup only unless willing to pay extra for shipping AND insurance. I will not ship a bike without insurance.
v3sleeper raceco's article
Feb 2, 2015 at 19:21Feb 2, 2015
Video: Hitting the Goods in Colorado
I love that area! Drive down from Salt Lake at least 5 or 6 times a year. So much good flowy riding with a little touch of gnar here and there.
Dec 1, 2014 at 12:12Dec 1, 2014
Trek World Racing Confirms Roster for 2015 Season
I see a lot of hate on here about TWR's one sentence referring to Neko's departure but I found this quote from Martin Whiteley "We’ve always believed in investing in youth, and it’s brought great results for the team. Neko joined us as a 1st year junior and he’s matured over that half-decade and now has decided it’s time to move on, it’s his decision. We wish him well in this new chapter of his career and thank him for all his done for us over the past half-decade." So yeah, they could've handled it better in this release but they are not being complete jerks.