7 Interesting Used Bikes For Sale on the Pinkbike Buy&Sell - Hidden Treasures

Mar 5, 2021
by Henry Quinney  
Art by Taj Mihelich


In case you may have missed it, there is currently a shortage of bike parts driven by a little known global pandemic and an even more obscurely noted increase in demand. It may well have slipped under your radar. Anyhow, this got us thinking, what will this mean for the used bike market?

The Pinkbike Buy&Sell section has been a staple of the second-hand market for well over a decade. I think many people, myself included, have bought, sold or traded bikes for either cold hard cash or possibly even Xbox 360s (naturally with Halo and controllers included). Years on, it now has around 40,000 listings in North America alone. I did wonder though, what bikes are out there that would actually pique my interest?

For me, a bike should either be interesting, sensible or a mixture of both. So I went on a bit of a rummage through the North American classifieds to make something of a selection for you. I've given the verdict of interesting or sensible. It's worth noting that, with one exception, I haven't taken price into account. It's not that I didn't look, and if it seemed excessive I struck it off, but I see it as a private matter between the buyer and the seller. If it's worth it to somebody, who am I to undermine that?

So, let's kick things off.





2019 Supreme 29er
The current quintessential downhill bike?

For Sale: 2019 Commencal Supreme 29er
Price: $3500 USD
Size: XL
Location: Crossville, USA
View Buy&Sell Listing


This 2019 Commencal Supreme 29er definitely caught my attention. The latest itineration of the Supreme has established itself as something of a privateer favourite in recent years. It has a very similar frame to the current 2021 model that received such high praise in the downhill bike group test just a few weeks ago, save for a slightly revised rear end and mullet setup. A SRAM/Rockshox build kit will most likely be reliable and is easy to service. Summer is coming, and this will no doubt be tempting some.

Verdict - Sensible





Similar, but different.

For Sale: 2019 Norco Aurum HSP
Price: $3900 CAD
Size: L
Location: Vancouver, Canada
View Buy&Sell Listing


The Supreme isn't the only one to boast a factory team fielding impressive results, big wheels and an axle path more backward than the flat earth society. I also came across this 2019 Norco Aurum HSP. The Aurum is a very interesting bike. I think if the Norco had seen the remarkable international racing success as the Commencal, then it would be the other way around, and I would be calling the Supreme the more interesting of the two - but it's for that reason that it seems that little bit more of a dark horse and, I for one, haven't seen anywhere near as many out in the wild as its Andorran alloy counterpart.

Verdict - Interesting





I believe the phrase you're looking for is "holy s***balls".

For Sale: 2020 Scott Spark RC Nino Edition
Price: $19,900 CAD
Size: L
Location: Gatineau, Canada
View Buy&Sell Listing


So, what's the bike where I mention the price? Well, it is this rather unapologetically expensive 2020 Scott Spark RC Nino Edition. It certainly ain't cheap but I mean, just look at it! If you can resist immediately scrolling down to vent your outrage then I would ask you to consider this - yes, it's very expensive but firstly, it's bite-the-back-of-your-hand gorgeous and secondly, it's dripping in spec (or at least I hope that's spec) and it's going to suit somebody out there. This isn't a two-to-a-dozen trail bike. This is a limited edition version of what was already quite a niche product. Nearly $20000 Canadian is a large chunk of cash but if the price makes your eyes water then it might just be that you're cutting up somebody else's onions.

Verdict - Interesting





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If you're still there, please take this very sensible peace offering of a far more reasonable Giant Reign.

For Sale: 2020 Giant Reign
Price: $3300 USD
Size: XL
Location: Costa Mesa, USA
View Buy&Sell Listing


Three things - it's a Giant, it's got Fox, it's got DT freehub. For an enduro bike that you can treat like trash, you can't go too far wrong with something like this 2020 Giant Reign. I've always had a soft spot for Giants. They're a huge company, which is definitely a good thing in regards to second hand and sourcing spare parts, they tend to ride well and are reliable whilst refreshingly unfrilled. If limited edition XC rigs raise your blood pressure, then this is surely the tonic.

Verdict - Sensible





Big bouncers and lots of shiny metal. C'est bon.

For Sale: 2021 Banshee Titan
Price: $3700 USD
Size: M
Location: Colorado Springs, USA
View Buy&Sell Listing


Banshee seems to be a company that quietly go about their business and put out some great bikes. In the last few years, they've started to bring out some very interesting bikes indeed. For the real nerds out there, their geometry charts tend to be excellent. I think this 2021 Banshee Titan just has something about it. I particularly like the way it cradles the shock. Good numbers, and not just the "2021" in the model year, make this a very interesting proposition indeed. Its geometry is progressive, but it isn't so slack and long that it will put the more conservatively minded off.

Verdict - Interesting





The new owner of this bike will probably be a better rider than most of us by the end of 2021.

For Sale: 2017 Specialized Camber Grom
Price: $2700 CAD
Size: XS
Location: Edmonton, Canada
View Buy&Sell Listing


I've long been an advocate of the "make kid's bikes bad again" social cause. I'm sick to the back teeth of kids coming to the trails with their pure talent, unbridled enthusiasm and effortless style. Oh, the humanity. When will it end? Well, probably not anytime soon. Especially with bikes like this 2017 Specialized Camber Grom. I think a good kids bike needs to be able to swap between wheel sizes and the parts have to a good blend of lightweight, value-conscious and reliable. This bike seems to tick all those boxes and even comes with two sets of wheels to make for hassle-free upsizing.

Verdict - Sensible





Undoubtedly one of the high pivot trailblazers.

For Sale: 2004 Balfa BB7
Price: $1700 CAD
Size: S
Location: Squamish, Canada
View Buy&Sell Listing


Retro bikes are becoming increasingly sort after and, much like classic cars, can even be seen as an "investment". Well, however you justify it is none of my business. I would say that this 2004 Balfa BB7 will definitely be worth at least 10 times this much in 5 years time. Apparently, it's the next Gamestop. I saw it on Reddit.

If you do wish to make your friend's jealous, have A LOT of fun and probably be introduced to a side of mountain bike culture you've never even considered then this Balfa would be a great place to start. In keeping with its original remit, the size small will fit anyone between 5" and 6'8".

Verdict - Interesting





What'd I miss? Who's found a hidden gem? Should we look for more Sensible or Interesting bikes next time around?


166 Comments

  • 343 0
 Verdict on this article - Interesting
  • 72 1
 My verdict of your verdict - riveting
  • 17 0
 @lehott: *sensible
  • 10 0
 @lehott: My verdict of your verdict of Bakemaster's verdict of PB's verdict: Compelling.
  • 4 0
 @tacklingdummy: my verdict of your verdict of his verdict of bakemasters verdict of PB's verdict: intriguing
  • 4 0
 @tacklingdummy: my verdict - incepting
  • 3 0
 If someone is getting paid money to do this then I want in!
  • 4 0
 @Curse-of-the-foot-long-sub:
my verdict for your verdict :
verdi-ception
  • 2 0
 @ma2xs wasn't included. This story is hardly complete.
  • 1 0
 @scott-townes: skier man we miss you!
  • 1 0
 @ma2xs: I hope the hooligans aren't keeping you up at night!
  • 5 2
 People selling 2020-2021 bikes are suspect.
  • 1 1
 So quick to judge
  • 1 0
 "But wait, what if they're looking for..........NOT us"

DZ
  • 149 44
 I'm a 13 year old, and I am really passionate about mountain biking. Why did you say you don't like kids on mountain bikes? I think that all kids should try mountain biking because it makes you fit, and is really fun.
  • 359 1
 Henry's just joking. He's also tired of being passed mid-ride by kids doing no-handed wheelies.
  • 40 0
 Pretty sure that was a joke, just cos it's so galling when you youngsters show us old folk up that we need you to be hampered by crap gear. Keep shreddin' grom.
  • 35 2
 He’s just saying that when previous generations of kids learned to ride they had to do so on complete garbage bikes that would break, we’re the wrong size and were just in general horrible. Really weeded out those who lived the sport and those that wanted something easy to do. Getting into mtb now as a kid or adult is much easier, especially when you’re being spotted a multi thousand dollar wonderbike before you learn algebra
  • 14 0
 That was sarcasm.
  • 16 1
 Old guys, we are a bunch of cry-babies on bikes that we don't have the wallet for but lack the skills. Ask one for a riding "tip" just to flatter the geezer. Maybe he will give you his bike!

Seriously though @Idaho-mtb don't take any crap off these oldsters and drop them when ever possible. -Old guy
  • 31 13
 @TannerValhouli: That and last season I saw a kid probably under 14 on an E-bike! That is pure bullshit and the ultimate in laziness!
  • 18 0
 My wife is a 7th grade math teacher, understanding sarcasm especially written is difficult for a lot of 13 year olds, no offense was intended . And now you have a head start in the sarcasm game. It’s funny (now 3Cool , I have no recollection of learning sarcasm, I think I just started watching South Park one day and liking it. I also started Mountain Biking after this point so you are good to go and get to live in Idaho!
  • 23 0
 @Noeserd: whispering sweet nothings in @mikekazimer's ear...you tease!
  • 34 2
 As feared, the pandemic is seriously stunting the development of our youth. 13 year olds should be confusing adults with their sarcasm and jokes, not the other way around.
  • 1 3
 Ageism.
  • 116 5
 I wasn't joking.
  • 5 0
 @arna86: when did i made that comment hhahahajahaha
  • 3 11
flag Beachboy223 (Mar 5, 2021 at 10:07) (Below Threshold)
 r/Whoooooooooooosh
  • 28 2
 @TannerValhouli: kinda tired of people thinking all kids get the best bikes and gear money can buy. I've had to save and search for hours to find a decent deal on a bike, and I ended up with a mid 2000s bottlerocket I had to pay for myself. My parents don't support me financially at all with biking, unless a part breaks and I don't have the money to fix it. Then they loan me some money and I have to pay it back. Some kids do the the luxury of 10 thousand dollar bikes at 7 years old, but most kids I've seen, including myself, have to pay for or at least chip in for a bike.
  • 10 0
 @Idaho-mtb

Adults feel insecure when 13 year olds pass them at Silver Mountain. Or when kids throw whips while they've been riding longer than the kid has been alive.
  • 2 0
 @skylanebike: Yes, that is true. (former middle school teacher here) The middle school age group has a difficult time conceptualizing sarcasm because their brains function much more "literally" than older kids and adults. The human brain is still changing and developing well into the early 20s.
  • 7 0
 @Kamiizoo: I absolutely agree. I saved 14 years for my first proper mountain bike which cost a grand. I then got a job and worked many hours to save for parts and my next bike. My current ride is very nice but I hate that people assume I have wealthy parents who gifted it to me, even though everything MTB is out of my empty pockets.
  • 6 0
 I'm 14 and love to ride also!
  • 2 0
 @mikekazimer: If I knew how to use photoshop, I'd show it off too.
  • 10 0
 And stay off my lawn.
  • 3 1
 @onemind123: Darn right! And pull up your pants, tie your shoes and get your hair out of your eyes... gettin me all riled up.
  • 1 0
 @Kamiizoo: fair enough - just remember to give an old guy like me a nod when you go by him
  • 1 0
 @Kamiizoo: There is nothing wrong with working for it. Teaches you the value of something. Much respect ????
  • 1 0
 Its ok, nobody likes Henry on a mountain bike either.
  • 1 0
 @Kamiizoo: yeah but you’ll appreciate it more, I know I did when I ‘earned’ my first bikes

I say ‘earned’ because I didn’t have a job but got the money together with some ‘creativity’ ????
  • 1 0
 @Kamiizoo: Dude i've been there before! i'm only 20 and can vividly remember how much it sucked riding a bike from the mid 90s when I was 14 and not being able to buy a new bike. You just have to suck it up and be a grom until you can start working at a shop and then blow all your money on the stuff you didn't get to ride when you were younger.
  • 1 0
 @Kamiizoo: that's how I grew up with bikes too. Keep at it
  • 2 0
 @arna86: This made me laugh!
  • 1 0
 16 year old here riding a $4000 USD bike that I paid for myself after working my way up from my giant talon hardtail I paid for when I was 12. Kids deserve nice bikes especially the majority that are park rats or XC weapons going harder than the standard PB editor.
  • 1 0
 @ElijahDoesBikes: shots fired!
  • 3 0
 @ElijahDoesBikes: Mike vs. Mike vs. 16 year old comment grom. Lets see it!
  • 2 0
 @bocomtb: in a fist fight
  • 2 0
 @Kamiizoo: It's awesome you've got the grid and tenacity to save and buy your own bike!. I did the same when I was 13 my dad passed away so I had to work after school jobs to pay for my mountain biking hobby. I did my first races back then. I raced and rode hard I crashed I broke parts and bikes and had to pay for all my repairs and within 2 years I had shop sponsorship. I worked all summer holidays to pay for my bikes then go to national races until I got bike sponsorship. I worked went to school trained before and after school and in holidays for another 2 years ran my own races fundraised until I could qualify to go to the World champs. Actually podiumed as a junior too.
Reason I'm telling you this is to encourage you to keep it up ride have fun and chase your passion. Many times I've seen those with the least in life keep their passion strong and turn out to be the best for it.
  • 1 1
 @skylanebike: Idaho is awesome!
  • 1 2
 @Shredburger: nice, i'm 13
  • 61 0
 I bet that BB7 uses maple syrup for brake fluid...
  • 6 1
 For all those trailside bleeds
  • 3 0
 Which is kinda shit considering how short it makes your riding season when your syrup becomes caramel consistency in fall temperatures!
  • 5 0
 @tkrug: couldn't be worse than Hayes of that vintage...
  • 3 0
 Funnily enough I bled them a few weeks ago Wink
  • 3 0
 @wallheater: a couple of weeks eh? probably time for another bleed! very cool bike...
  • 2 0
 @shredddr: cheers! They are better than the El Camino that were on it before Wink
  • 36 0
 the size small will fit anyone between 5" and 6'8".

Truth, when the intent is to huck to the flattest flat possible size becomes irrelevant Smile The only time I ever saw a Balfa it was on a XC ride and I was completely confused... until the rider took a turn off trail and went off a cliff. Bike and rider were fine and I instantly wanted one.
  • 8 0
 A buddy of mine had a BB7, back when I owned Norco Team DH. Oh the times, we had a riot of those , now old school machines.
  • 4 0
 Come to think of it my girlfriend at the time also had a Chumbawamba F4, a buddy of mine had a Kangaroo Prodigy and another a B1 Woodbumble, circa 2005. haha my bones hurt thinking about it all.
  • 38 0
 More articles like this please! It's interesting, and it directs people to buy second hand instead of new, which is good for the planet.
  • 14 2
 Most of the bikes looked like ones you buy from a boring store.. i want them to find more interesting bikes like the Balfa!
  • 35 4
 Eh, needs more clickbait, "7 HIDDEN GEMS bikes from the buy & sell, number 5 will SHOCK you"
  • 61 1
 Number 6 has SHOCKS!
  • 28 0
 This article would be way better if there were some disasters. 2008, with bent cracked frame, asking $2000 sort of deals.
  • 9 0
 The Scott was close enough in terms of value.
  • 27 0
 Cant go wrong with that Banshee. That one will be gone today! The seller owes you guys a 24 of Americas finest swill!
  • 6 0
 Yeah the interesting thing would be learning why it's being sold
  • 1 0
 they are such a decent deal that even though I'm looking/need an xl I may try a L
  • 16 0
 And that kids bike is GROSSLY over-priced. Just another pandemic price-gouger. Sad to see kids bikes approaching car-prices too, particularly when spackled with basement level componentry such as Tektro.
  • 13 0
 How much do i have to pay to get mine on this list?
  • 12 0
 I have a Banshee Titan. That is all.
  • 19 0
 Do you also crossfit?
  • 1 0
 If I break my carbon bike it's already been decided that I'm getting a Titan to replace it.
  • 1 0
 There is one somewhere with my name on it. I gladly gave away my money and happy to wait for such a sexy bike
  • 8 0
 If you wanted to post retro eye-candy, there is a titanium Haro Extreme with ridonculours 80s angles that is certainly worth a peek. Find it on the vintage bikes section with lots of other time machines.
  • 8 0
 Welp there goes my productivity for the day
  • 6 0
 Oh my god I didn't even know there was a retro section!!! Thanks for the heads up!
  • 8 0
 20k for a bike is ridiculous. Regardless of the spec, there is no way its twice as good as a 10k bike. Sure some people have the money and its a limited ed but STILL this bike does not represent value in any way.
  • 4 0
 Plus, unless I’m missing something, it is like a $10-12,000 usd bike... Am I missing something?

Maybe it’s a bit of a show though. Like they told their significant other they would sell it and posted a price that’d ensure it never does.
  • 1 0
 @TKRRRG: Hahaha you sneaky mf !!!YES!!!! - trying that on the GF for sure!!! I mean, its not, not for sale, right?!
  • 1 0
 @TKRRRG: That would be a great idea. This one is from a retailer though. The ad says they have 2 available and + tax. So more like a $22,487 CAD bike :/
  • 2 1
 @Bburn02: Totes prank calling these guys, will pester them with endless questions re whether the bike will fit in my Bugatti.....ok but what about my Zonda? Ok but some weekends I drive the Pagani...
  • 1 0
 @Bburn02: Totally missed that... I saw shiny bike surrounded by wet footprints and immediately assumed used. Nope! Just the snowy/rainy sidewalk outside the shop.

Should’ve known better ... My brother scored an Arktos with a grand off the top from a shop in similar fashion.
  • 2 0
 @JPones: doesn't quite match my gucci shades
  • 8 1
 Anything made by the big companies in the last five years really isn't much of a hidden treasure.... I came expecting to see some Brooklyn Machines Works type things and other rarities. The Balfa is cool though.
  • 8 0
 Thanks for the reminder that there is more to PB than the front page. I found a perfect frame for a rebuild project in the buy/sell listings a few years ago.
  • 8 4
 Why does a kids' bike need to be able to change wheels? How is putting on bigger wheels going to help as they out-grow the reach and stack and seatpost? Swapping in bigger wheels is just going to raise the BB, seat, and bars, and change absolutely nothing about the fit. Upsizing the wheels does not upsize the bike itself.
  • 3 0
 mullet bike
  • 6 0
 Yeah, that's a fair comment. I think swapping wheels enables for something of a ballpark fit, as opposed to a precise one. You could probably boil it down further between beginners and younger riders who crack on a bit. I just think that kids do grow fast and anything that can alleviate the associated burden of cost, even if it compromises out and out performance may well be a good thing. But hey, there's something to both sides.
  • 2 0
 Ive had two kids go through their 24 inch bikes now and both were dedicated 24 rigs - the earlier convertible bikes like the Camber have a huge wheelbase and IMO have too many compromises. The newer bikes with flip chips are better but still compromise. Transition Ripcords were the pick of the bunch, but now lots to chose from and a good second hand market tends to mean you get back what you spent once its been through the family.....
  • 3 0
 @eatourfoodtina2: What we need is a Specialzed Carbon Hotwalk with the ability to swap the forks out and increase the front wheel size until it's final form of 12"/29"
  • 7 1
 Now if you could make the buy and sell usable on mobile... That would be nice.
  • 1 0
 I am shocked at how brutal it is. With the demand for bikes (especially used) the way it is, you would think they would take advantage of all the extra site traffic. Oh ya, and it would be useful for everyone too.
  • 3 0
 I would buy the Giant if it was in my size and feel totally sensible but what are your chances the non-bikers in your life are going to see it as a "sensible" purchase? Sure it is bike number 5 but it is such a utilitarian beast, why can't they see how practical I am?
  • 1 0
 I laughed so hard at this one. it's because it's not champagne/that weird beige colour and it doesn't seat 7
  • 2 0
 My friend is always cruising the buy and sell looking for old cool stuff. I would love to have a deKerf or something else like that but he showed me a pink Rocky mountain ETSX frame which I've always wanted. After a quick search I found a whole bike for $300 in Vernon.

It's a great starter machine for the wife or my daughter or if they're not going to ride it then a beach cruiser that doesn't hurt my ass.

It has the only pair of Shimano brakes that I own that don't need bleeding and the 3x9 shifts great. It's also under 30 lb.

Love it.
  • 5 0
 Please don't bring attention to the vintage market...its the only type of bike I can affrd
  • 5 0
 These sellers inbox's just got blown up
  • 4 2
 old bikes are so cool, but anyone still riding them (like full on primary rig) is missing out huge.. They are fun to bum around on and good talking point for garage beers, but man they are shitttttttttttty
  • 1 0
 vintage cars at least just go for slow cruises down the strip not taken into the woods hurtling over roots
  • 1 0
 I finally ditched the 26" wheels and older tech/geo for something from the current decade. My. Sweet. Jesus.

Was missing out big. They pedal better, and descend way harder.
  • 3 0
 I just sold my kid's '15 camber grom here on pb for less than half of their asking price. Pretty sure that's higher than it retailed for
  • 1 0
 The problem with the Scott Spark is that you'd spend the $20k and then realize you still like Dangerholm's build more. I mean that red Spark is okay, but I'd take the Hyper Spark or the Sub8k Spark over it any day of the week and twice on sunday.
  • 1 0
 I got a screaming deal on a Norco HSP last eyar as well and it kicks major ass. Best DH bike I've ever had and I've had a few. Friend's who have demo'ed it agree.

IOW that's a fair price on that nice Aurum if you need a DH bike (and you do)
  • 1 0
 You know you're getting old when you are the only one pointing that the Balfa BB7 has a wannabe Norco VPS 1 white and red canadian theme paint from 1998-2000ish. Freerider dream back in the days, my frail 14 years old muscle were dreaming of those MonsterT
  • 2 1
 Buying used bikes and parts are the way to go. You can pick them up for sometimes half of MSRP. Just keep in contact with the seller who often will help you out with warranty.
  • 4 0
 That Scott is $20k for that price you can buy a few new ones with the warranty. Noticed more than a few frames and bikes asking more than msrp without the dealer support/warranty in COVID times
  • 1 0
 @RHbike: used sporting goods store by me is selling BSOs for 4-600.
  • 4 0
 Why did you have to post the bb7, now more people know how awesome it is
  • 4 1
 BALFA needs to comeback. Someone buy the rights to it. It's a sweet ride and could become a World Cup racing machine
  • 2 0
 Ah man I miss seeing Henry on gmbn! How you been doing man? Didn't see who the author was then read "make kids bikes bad again!" instantly I knew who was writing this haha.
  • 3 0
 Steerer tube length on the Scott makes me believe it was purchased by a rich old man
  • 3 0
 That spark would be like Cameron's Dad's Ferrari. I wouldn't ride it, I'd just rub it down with a diaper.
  • 2 0
 his dad's Ferrari wound up going over the edge into the woods
  • 3 0
 Plot twist: all these bikes belong to friends of the author and he's just trying to help sell them
  • 1 0
 surprised the 2014 Devinci road bike that's been in the classified as long as I have been visiting Pinkbike wasn't one of these bikes Smile If it doesn't sell during a global bike shortage the price may be a wee bit high!
  • 3 0
 If I was in the BC area, I'd snap that Balfa up in a NY minute.......
  • 1 0
 There used to be an ad for a bmx with a dual crown fork on it if I remember correctly. In the UK ads...the description was inspired. In tears every time I read it lol
  • 1 0
 What about this one?

m.pinkbike.com/buysell/2922401

Verdict: Does anyone want to buy a whole bunch of my bikes so I can buy this?
  • 3 0
 $20k for a USED bike? Omagod. Crazy.
  • 1 0
 I'd like to see a complete part spec for that bike. You can probably build that bike for less than half that price.
  • 1 0
 I don't think it's used. Ad says + tax and 2 sizes available.
  • 1 0
 Been trying to get my friend to buy this SAM HILL lookin' Sunday complete with Monster Green paint. $1000

www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2972620
  • 3 0
 balfa was the only interesting one
  • 1 0
 It is not Nino Edition if it does not have slammed stem to the ground. It does look kinda sad with riser bars and full stack of spacers = Nino the grandpa edition.
  • 3 0
 Love this!
  • 2 1
 How could you just pass over my Evil Offering that's for sale! I'm totally offended. Wink
  • 1 0
 I saw your bike 10min ago and was like. damn.... good deal
  • 2 0
 "..more backward than the flat earth society." Ha!
  • 2 0
 Imagine being 6'8" and riding a small Balfa.
  • 3 2
 Mmmm only two bikes were actually ‘interesting’ the Balfa and the Scott.

Try harder please.
  • 2 0
 Full vintage article next time.
  • 2 0
 "an axle path more backward than the flat earth society" LMFAO
  • 2 0
 I'll take that Banshee Titan.
  • 1 0
 no kidding - I need an XL and trying to find a spitfire/titan/rune used is impossible
  • 1 0
 @orphan:
It’s a good sign when you can’t find a bike used. It means it’s so good nobody wants to switch to something else!
  • 1 0
 I was thinking the same thing.
  • 2 0
 Didn't see verdict f'ing chancer
  • 2 0
 Not an interesting list......
  • 1 0
 I think Im going to take out a second mortgage on my house and make an offer on the Spark.
  • 1 0
 all those cannondale SI's
  • 1 0
 The Scott costs 20k..... wow
  • 1 0
 HA! I just bought a 2019 supreme team! go. me.
  • 1 0
 Taj has for sure been playing Sea of Thieves?
  • 1 0
 I think the verdict on the scott amounts to "sploosh"
  • 2 0
 I loved my 40 pound bb7
  • 1 0
 Hey "lance-h".. where's my Monster T?
  • 1 0
 Darn it! I was seriously looking at that commencal.
  • 1 0
 It is still for sale!
  • 1 0
 Some things are better left dead, the BALFA is one of them...
  • 1 0
 Where are the freak bikes or custom tweaker e bikes I was hoping to see?
  • 1 0
 They forgot my 2017 kona operator, no big deal just check the profile guys
  • 4 7
 we are going full tankslapper here, strap TF in!!!!

PB posting an article about content already on their website?


I look forward to next weeks video round up of the banner ads!!!!!!!!!
  • 4 5
 Thank goodness only 29ers were featured. Cause that's the only wheel size that exists thanks pinkbike.
  • 1 0
 Cool article.
  • 1 0
 haha gamestonk
  • 1 0
 19000 $ lol
  • 1 1
 I can't tell.
  • 7 8
 None of these bikes are particularly interesting though.
  • 1 1
 Im 100 and love bikes
  • 3 4
 Was it a joke?
  • 2 0
 It was indeed a joke my grom. Keep shredding and dunkin on the Olds.

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