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Adodero RichardCunningham's article
Dec 4, 2017 at 9:31
Dec 4, 2017
Intense Announces Lower Retail Prices and Hybrid Direct-to-Customer Sales
They say the margins should be 15-20% on bikes. What are the margins currently for big brands selling in shops? Are they that much higher?
Dec 4, 2017 at 8:04
Dec 4, 2017

WTB i25 29 w/ SRAM non-boost hubs

$200 USD
Came on a bike and I no longer need them. Wheels are tubeless compatible and will be taped. 15x100 front, 142x12 rear, non-boost. Shimano driver. Rims spin true, hubs feel as though the bearings are in good condition. No dents, gouges, or functionality defects. Pictured cassette and rotors not included.

Dec 4, 2017 at 8:00
Dec 4, 2017

SRAM NX 1x11 full drivetrain group

$190 USD
In good condition, not a lot of mileage, came off a bike I purchased and no longer need. Shifted well when removed, cassette does not appear to have much wear, includes a 32t chainring. BB bearings spin smoothly and will be included.

Dec 4, 2017 at 7:51
Dec 4, 2017

Yari 130mm 29 non-boost

$400 USD
In good condition, came off a bike I purchased and no longer needed the fork. Worked great when I removed it, no air leaks, oil leaks, stanchion scratches, etc. There is a nick (pictured) on the lowers and some scratches on the labels. Steerer is a little over 7 inches long, star nut installed, no crown race. non-boost, 15mm through axle. Currently set to 130mm.

Adodero ReynoldsCycling's article
Dec 4, 2017 at 5:42
Dec 4, 2017
Reynolds Announces ‘Trail Rated’ Carbon Wheels
@b-wicked: I assume that's relative to their pricing on other wheels, which are pretty far up there even for carbon wheels at >$2k ($2300 IIRC). That is approaching Enve territory and is pretty insane. TBH I don't see how Reynolds and Enve are going to survive unless they change their business models. They are going to have to start offering lower priced options, like this, to compete and $1600 for wheels with a lifetime warranty, high engagement hubs, and carbon hoops is not unreasonable compared to what they charge for some of their others. That's similar to Santa Cruz and it's not that far from what you can build yourself with decent hubs and mid level carbon hoops. Why people continue to pay >$2k for a carbon wheelset is beyond me, especially with We Are One doing domestic builds on the rims and wheels for significantly less. It's good to see Reynolds changing their options to meet more appropriate pricing, hopefully Enve starts to do the same soon. Time to go clean some teeth...
Adodero briceshirbach's article
Dec 1, 2017 at 7:32
Dec 1, 2017
East Bound and Down: Boone, North Carolina
@preach: I've been told by several folks that they are open to the public, but can be difficult to navigate.
Adodero briceshirbach's article
Nov 30, 2017 at 6:27
Nov 30, 2017
East Bound and Down: Boone, North Carolina
I've been going to Boone and Blowing Rock since I was 7 or 8 (my parents went to ASU), I have been going back often since and it's been so awesome seeing it grow and change, along with the growing mountain biking community there. There has always been a riding community there, I remember going into Magic Cycles in the late 90s after eating at Mellow Mushroom across the street (when they were there) and oogling the bikes, but I do remember then it was hard to find places to ride, especially if you weren't super familiar with the area or knew a bunch of locals. Seeing how much Beech has changed in the last year since they contracted Elevated, watching Rocky Knob grow into an awesome park, and seeing more folks explore Wilsons thanks to tech that makes it easier to navigate, has been really awesome. I'm stoked to see what they do in the coming years.
Nov 19, 2017 at 7:24
Nov 19, 2017

Transition Patrol Carbon + Cane Creek 110

$1700 USD
About 6 months old, purchased new and ridden for maybe 500 miles. Uses the metric Super Deluxe RC3 in the rear. Shock is in great shape, no scratches on the stanchions, air/oil leaks, etc. Cane Creek 110 included and installed. Protective tape is installed in some areas where I anticipated rub (mainly around where the cables exist in the headtube) Frame has no cracks, deep gouges, or structural issues. Some minor cosmetic defects, I've found the finish on Transition bikes to be pretty fragile/weak and this is reflected by two of the chips on the frame. Both occurred from small rocks kicking up and happened within a week of the frame being new, they are pictured above, with the largest being on the bottom of the BB (cable rub shown in the same area). Bearings in the frame were serviced ~3 months ago and all were fine. Headset bearings are in good shape as well. Bash guard included. I don't want to sell the bike, these ride great and I love it, but I have to consolidate to help cover some stuff and I don't ride it enough. I have a handful of other components that can be used to build the bike up, some in my profile (wheels, fork), I can provide info on the others if you let me know what you need. Shipping is $40 to CONUS.

Nov 19, 2017 at 7:15
Nov 19, 2017

Industry 9 Enduro 305 non-boost

$825 USD
Industry 9 Enduro 305, 142x12 rear, I have spacers for 20mm or 15mm thru-axle in the front (just let me know what you need). Shimano or XD driver available. Purple/turquoise spokes, turquoise hubs and valves. Tires are DHF 2.5 3C front, DHF 2.3 3C rear. Both are in good shape, with plenty of tread and little wear, mounted tubeless. Both have 150 miles on them. Wheels spin true, no broken spokes, no dents in the rim, some minor/small scratches in the rim. Rims hold tubeless fine. Bearings spin great. Rotors can be included for $50, are in good shape (180mm f/r). Tires included. I also have a 2.4 DHR2 3C I can include for an additional $40, very low wear. Shipping $40 to CONUS. Selling because I'm selling the bike I had them on.

Nov 19, 2017 at 7:08
Nov 19, 2017

Fox 36 EWS Edition RC2 non-boost

$575 USD
2016 EWS edition Fox 36, non-boost. Steerer is cut just below 8 inches, currently has a Cane Creek race installed that can be included or removed, if not needed. This is the RC2 model with HSC/LSC/Rebound settings. I'll include whatever spacers I can find, as well. Current axle setup is 20mm, but I have the spacers and axle for 100x15 as well. The fork uses a pinch bolt system for both. Rebuilt about 9 months ago, maybe 500-600 miles since rebuild, lowers were serviced about 3 months ago with new oil and foam seals. No oil or air leaks, stanchion scratches, etc. Main defect is some scratching alongside one of the lowers, but it's minor and cosmetic (shown in the photos) Fork works great, I'm only selling because I'm selling the bike it goes on. Shipping $25 to CONUS.

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