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Posted: Dec 24, 2018 at 10:21 Quote
Took this one yesterday

Posted: Dec 25, 2018 at 7:53 Quote

Posted: Dec 27, 2018 at 17:02 Quote
tmmiguy wrote:
whoajack wrote:
tmmiguy wrote:
2018 Kona Wozo
kona wozo

i need this in my life. hawking the interwebs for 2018 wozo large as my side job at moment Razz

The 2018 model was easy to find until people saw the purple 2019 LoL.

hahaha yah i dislike the 2019 for the looks of it, but also the fork change. i was able to find a 2018 large from a west coast shop, it is "in the mail" as we speak.#stoked!

Posted: Dec 28, 2018 at 12:35 Quote
davidvi wrote:

2017 Carbon Salsa Bucsaw

Sweet! What’s the build spec? I just got a brand new carbon Bucksaw frame to build up

Posted: Dec 31, 2018 at 7:37 Quote
My 2019 rocky mountain Blizzard 30.

Posted: Dec 31, 2018 at 13:09 Quote
Specialmind wrote:
davidvi wrote:

2017 Carbon Salsa Bucsaw

Sweet! What’s the build spec? I just got a brand new carbon Bucksaw frame to build up

RockShox Bluto RL Fork: 26", 100mm, 15x150mm,
RaceFace Next SL G4 Cinch Fatbike Carbon Crank Arm Set:
RaceFace Narrow-Wide Chainring: Direct Mount Cinch, 28 t
RaceFace Cinch Fatbike Bottom Bracket:
SRAM GX Eagle 12 Speed Drivetrain
Hope Tech 3 E4 Brakes F/R
Hope Floating rotors 180/160mm
RaceFace Next Carbon Bars
Fox Transfer Dropper Post (Kashima Coating)
DT Swiss 350 Big Ride Fat Bike Rear Hub: 32h, 12 x 177mm Thru Axle, 6-Bolt Disc, XD Driver*
DT Swiss 350 Big Ride Fat Bike Front Hub: 32h, 15 x 150mm Thru Axle, 6- Bolt Disc*
Nextie Black Eagle II 26" 65mm Fatbike Rim (summer use)
H.E.D. Carbon 82mm rims (Winter Use)
Chris King Headset Inset i2 Tapered 1 1/8 - 1 1/2 Silver*

Manitou Mastadon 120mm Fork (installing in spring
Cane Creek DB Air IL rear shock (installing in the spring)

Posted: Jan 1, 2019 at 16:58 Quote
Santa brought me some fun!!

A nice new Devinci Minus!

2019 Devinci Minus in the snow

It's about -10 Celsius in this pic.


Posted: Jan 1, 2019 at 20:03 Quote
I cant wait to ride this new to me Borealis Echo! I put a dropper on it right away and now it weighs 27.8lbs!
Tomorrow i will ride some crusty snow singletrack around Moab and get some more pics!
I just picked up this Borealis Echo from a friend. I put a dropper post on it and now it weighs 27.8 lbs

Posted: Jan 6, 2019 at 9:19 Quote

My rear tire had the beads start to deteriorate after 2 prior seasons of use. This caused massive leakage when aired down to anything less than about 6psi. Thankfully I had about 7 days left on the 2 year warranty period, and they sent me a new tire.

Running a Framed Alaskan Carbon, and everything else was added on later.

Posted: Jan 8, 2019 at 15:53 Quote
Love my fatbike so much !
Had many many bikes through the years, currently have 4 bikes including a $10000 FS, but rigid aluminium fatbike is still my favorite one!

"15 RM Blizzard frame, Shimano XT 1x10, I9 hub, big 4 pots brakes Hope E4 with 203mm rotors fr/rr, Jumbo Jim 4.8,

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Posted: Jan 11, 2019 at 11:54 Quote
Singular Puffin DVP

took this a few weeks ago

Posted: Jan 23, 2019 at 5:35 Quote

Salsa Bucksaw G1... can be run with 2.3-3" Plus or 3.8-4" fat with the Manitou Magnum 27.5+ fork. This one is available for purchase (15" Small) Cool

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