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Alexander-Hill NOBLwheels's article
Nov 5, 2022 at 9:27
Nov 5, 2022
Video: XC Sucks with Lief Rodgers
I will say that modern day xc courses are way more technical than they used to be, and also require riders to be comfortable in the air. Although a few years ago, XC racing was my entire life, and I do agree that the lifestyle sucks. It's so serious and pulls the fun out of took me years to get back to having fun on bikes because xc racing burnt me out so bad. Sold my xc bike for an enduro two years ago and it was the best decision I've made.
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Jul 22, 2022 at 9:23
Jul 22, 2022

Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup Bike

$3400 USD
Ridden less than 500 miles, I raced on this bike years ago before going off to college, now its time to let it go to a new home. There is a Stans Carbon wheel set upgrade, but the rest of the bike is stock. Here is a complete list: Frame Material Details: HMX carbon frame with internal cable routing Rear Shock: FOX NUDE DPS, Trunnion, Scott custom tune, lockout, TwinLoc Suspension System Fork: RockShox SID RLC Air, Charger damper, boost, Maxle Stealth axle, lockout, TwinLoc Suspension System Head Tube Diameter: Tapered, 1.5" - 1 1/8" Headset: Syncros FL1.5 Drop In Handlebar: Syncros FL1.0 Carbon T-Bar, 720mm width, 9° sweep, T-shape flat Stem: Syncros XR1.5, 2014 alloy, 31.8mm clamp, -8° angle, integrated spacer and top cup, Garmin mount Grips: Syncros Pro Lock-on Brakes: SRAM Level TLM with Centerline CLX 180mm front/160mm rear rotors Brake Levers: SRAM Level TLM Drivetrain: 1x Shifters: SRAM X01 Eagle, 12-speed Rear Derailleur: SRAM XX1 Eagle ISCG Tabs: No Chainguide: Scott Cranks: SRAM XX1 Eagle, carbon, Boost Chainrings: 32 tooth Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP, press fit integrated, shell 41mm x 92mm Chain: SRAM PC-X01 Eagle Cassette: SRAM X01 XG-1295, 10-50 tooth, 12-speed Rims: DT Swiss X1825 Spline CL, 28 hole, 25mm width, tubeless ready Hubs: DT Swiss X1825 Spline CL, Boost front and rear Spokes: DT Swiss Saddle: Syncros XR1.5, titanium rails Seatpost: Syncros FL1.0 Carbon, 10mm offset, 400mm length Seatpost Diameter: 31.6mm Seatpost Clamp: Standard single bolt Rear Dropout / Hub Dimensions: Boost, 12mm x 148mm Weight 22.71 lb 0 oz (10,301 g)

Alexander-Hill pinkbikeoriginals's article
Nov 16, 2021 at 14:22
Nov 16, 2021
Video: Attempting Every Double Black Diamond In The Whistler Bike Park In A Day
How long did it end up taking? That was crazy! Currently watching this during my college lecture lol and it was a highlight of my day :)
Alexander-Hill pinkbikeoriginals's article
Nov 15, 2021 at 8:11
Nov 15, 2021
Video: Survival Of The Fastest - Pinkbike Academy Season 2 EP 4
strange elimination decisions this season
Alexander-Hill briceshirbach's article
Oct 20, 2021 at 9:34
Oct 20, 2021
Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trail Networks According to Trailforks Data
The reason I went to school at Oregon State is that I now currently live a 5-10 minute drive from great trails, and less than an hour in every direction from incredible trail systems. Love the riding here, just wish I could ride in the winter lol
Alexander-Hill foxfactory's article
May 4, 2021 at 8:39
May 4, 2021
Fox Factory Expands Soft Good Offerings for 2021
No creativity and priced above what the target market wants to an apparel designer by trade it's actually funny to see how out of touch FOX is with their customer base.
Alexander-Hill pinkbikeoriginals's article
Mar 8, 2021 at 10:00
Mar 8, 2021
Video: Turning Your Mountain Bike Passion Into A Career - International Women's Day
I love this. I graduated from high school a few years ago and I used to race in the Norcal NICA league, one thing I will say is that NICA is absolutely killing it getting more girls every year interested in the sport, its so inspiring to see. Creating a more diverse community of riders regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, etc..will only make the sport more rad!
Alexander-Hill pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 20, 2020 at 13:57
Nov 20, 2020
Pinkbike Shop: Introducing the Pinkbike x Giro Roust Long Sleeve Jersey
I study apparel design and business in college currently, focusing on the outdoor industry. I'm here to confirm that there is pretty much no reason why mtb gear should be as expensive as it is, its just an industry standard at this point that jerseys are anywhere from $40-80 sometimes even more. At least in this case they're using recycled polyester though
Alexander-Hill gerrycreighton's article
Oct 25, 2020 at 13:24
Oct 25, 2020
Reader Story: Mountain Biking & Trail Building Through Grief
This made me tear up, we've all lost so much especially this year and all know how healing a mountain bike ride can be at times.
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