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wallheater wallheater's photo
Aug 31, 2015 at 15:41
Aug 31, 2015
It's my WANG protector.

wallheater wallheater's photo
Aug 31, 2015 at 15:39
Aug 31, 2015
They iz in teh suspension room if you want them! Frankie might be a bit p!ssed though ha ha....

wallheater fraserbritton's article
Aug 28, 2015 at 7:46
Aug 28, 2015
Randoms Round Four - Eurobike 2015
I've still got my bindle from 1897.
wallheater RichardCunningham's article
Aug 25, 2015 at 8:14
Aug 25, 2015
First Ride: Cane Creek DBCoil Shock Gets a Climb Switch
Not wishing to sound like deeight.....but Stratos had a coil shock with lockout around 15 years ago.
wallheater dbaker's article
Aug 24, 2015 at 20:47
Aug 24, 2015
The Very Official Whip-Off Championships
Man with mustache and sculpted hair in 'looking serious' shocker.
wallheater pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 21, 2015 at 17:49
Aug 21, 2015
wallheater deityusa's article
Aug 19, 2015 at 9:59
Aug 19, 2015
Video: Invading Silver Star Resort with Tyler McCaul
When I went to Silverstar once and I'm pretty sure I just handed over a pass that I'd been given. Does one now have to dress up like a Viking, slaughter then local men and children, and do naughty things to the ladies in order to get on the lift?
Aug 17, 2015 at 10:42
Aug 17, 2015

WTD: Suspension fork - 20mm / 130-140mm travel

$1 CAD
As above, looking for a fairly decent fork with an untapered 1 1/8th steerer, axle to crown somewhere around 500mm with 20mm dropouts. Seems these are getting a bit rare. Thinking OG Pike but but could be something more unusual too. If you have something lying in the back of your garage feel free to let me know :) It could be old but it would have to be in decent condition and not hucked off roofs as I intend to ride on this fork!

Jul 26, 2015 at 20:54
Jul 26, 2015

Ghost AMR+ - price drop and free tires

$1000 CAD
Short version - modern All Mountain / Enduro bike. Long top tube. Slackish head angle (around 66.5 with the external cup headset). 15mm fork / 12x142 bolt thru rear end. Fork and shock lock out - rear shock is much more adjustable than a Fox one and is really plush. Remote dropper post. Reasonable weight. Buy this, or buy a Norco tank from 2009 ;) Now comes with free tires - almost new Maxxis High Roller II 2.4 EXO and an older Specialized Butcher 2.3 but still plenty of life in it. The bike comes with an Ardent up front and Specialized The Captain in the rear (both fast rolling summer tires) Long version: 19" / 48cm Ghost AMR+ frame but up as a complete bike by me (bike mechanic) but it's a bit too similar to my other mountain bike so have decided to sell or trade this for something with a bit more travel. The frame is around 2 years old. The following parts are either brand new or around three rides old: Cassette Chain (SRAM 971) Crankset (I have penguin feet so have already worn the decals off the crank arms...) Rear rim (Mavic EN521) All spokes and nipples Fork lowers Brake pads and rotors Headset (cartridge bearing) Front derailleur (SLX) Bike has a Rockshox Sektor RL fork (just serviced), X-Fusion 02 RCX rear shock, X Fusion Hilo dropper seatpost with remote (just rebuilt), Shimano Deore brakes with almost new sintered pads, 2x9 sp drivetrain with mid level Shimano components (SLX rear derailleur and older LX shifters). The bike has 150mm of suspension front and rear and both can be adjusted and locked out. The geometry is fairly slack and well suited to riding on the North Shore and Squamish. I built the wheels around 3 rides ago. Hope Pro 2 142 x 12 rear hub and Shimano SLX 15mm front hub. Red and silver anodized nipples. Please note that the rear triangle of the bike has been replaced so is a different colour to the front. It's black but I've covered it with black tape to hide the small green highlights but it's just electrical tape so can come off easily. I replaced the main pivot bearings when I replaced the rear triangle. I think the price reflects this modification though. $1200 OBO but I'd be interested in a trade for a 'bigger' bike, maybe even a DH bike. It could be something older but interesting in some way.

wallheater mikekazimer's article
Jul 23, 2015 at 21:43
Jul 23, 2015
Bontrager SE5 Team Issue Tire - Review
The tire designer at Cheng Shin Tires must have a right old laugh every time they open their pay cheque :D
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