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Racing DH is the norm, ride a bit of XC on Dartmoor and generally messing around.

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Allergysix paulaston's article
Feb 7, 2019 at 1:39
Feb 7, 2019
Review: Outsider Bikes Adjustable Offset Crowns
@kornbrot: You've just used sense and reasoning on Pinkbike! Whatever next, a $2000 wireless drivetrain...
Selling
Jan 8, 2019 at 6:48
Jan 8, 2019

Merida One Forty 7900 (top range) Large 650b

$750 GBP
Merida One Forty 7900, top of the range 145mm travel. Forks - Rock Shox Pike RCT3 Shock - Fox Float CTD Performance Drivetrain - Sram XO1 11spd Cranks - New style Shimano XT - 32t chainring Cockpit - Renthal Fatbars uncut and 50mm Gravity stem Brakes - Shimano XT Seatpost - Rock Shox Reverb 125mm drop Wheels - Front DT Swiss rim on DT Swiss Hub - Rear WTB i25 rim on DT Swiss hub Tyres - Will come with 2xMinion DHF 2.3 and one Maxxis Shorty 2.3 3C Linkage bearing replaced beginning of last year, bike was then used 4 times and has sat in the garage ever since. Paintwork could be better, several chips and scratches as you would expect, worst of which is the chip on the top tube caused by the front wheel whilst being transported. I have attempted to touch this up with Renault Racing Blue which isn't a bad match. From 6 ft away the bike looks mint. Forks and shock are plush, no knocking or harsh top out. Were serviced prior to me buying the bike in 2016, bike has been used maximum of 15 times since then. Overall a good, fairly light trail bike, with a good spec list. Only reason for sale is I now have a SC Nomad, so no need for this bike as well. Collection preferred, however can arrange postage within UK only at buyers expense. Bike will be sold without pedals. Thanks for looking, any questions please feel free to ask. Alex

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Jan 8, 2019 at 6:34
Jan 8, 2019
Allergysix scottsecco's article
Apr 3, 2017 at 2:06
Apr 3, 2017
Movies For Your Monday
The only thing it shares with a Hilux is the Toyota badge. Full space frame chassis, there ain't much standard Toyota in it
Allergysix redbullbike's article
Mar 11, 2017 at 0:24
Mar 11, 2017
Mountain Biking in LA with Daniel Ricciardo, F1 Driver - Video
McLaren Honda were on their way, but they broke down
Selling
Feb 4, 2017 at 6:02
Feb 4, 2017

Scott Gambler 710 650B

$1800 GBP
2015 Scott Gambler 710 size Large. This was the first Large frame into the country, was pre-ordered 3 months in advance. Age related marks from uplifts and general riding. No cracks or dents, these frames are praised for how solid they are. 2016 Fox 40 Floats (bought Jan 2016 and ridden a handfull of times) Fox DHX RC4 Kashima 350lb Spring Mavic EX729 on Hope Pro 2s (both straight and true, same use as forks) SLX Brakes with Icetec rotors Zee 10spd Drivetrain Saint Cranks Hope 36t NW ring E Thirteen LG1 chainguide - new Easton Havoc 35mm clamp Carbon bars, cut to 780mm Easton Havoc 35mm clamp DM stem SDG TLD Grips Charge Spoon saddle Magic Mary tyres (plenty of life left) Comes without pedals, however can throw in some fully functional Mallet DHs for an extra £25 Very reluctant sale, this is by far the best bike I have ever owned. However, I work at sea and will be away all summer, looking to buy a new Gambler at the end of the year so cannot warrant it being sat in the garage doing nothing. Sensible offers considered, can deliver locally within Plymouth and the surrounding area. Thanks for looking. Alex

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Feb 4, 2017 at 5:48
Feb 4, 2017
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Allergysix SaracenBikes's article
Nov 3, 2016 at 12:17
Nov 3, 2016
Manon Carpenter Announces Departure from Madison Saracen
@DarrenV: think Troy's got that spot: "A Trojan horse crossing chasms both far and wide."
Allergysix revelco's article
Nov 3, 2016 at 1:05
Nov 3, 2016
Brandon Semenuk: Lapse - Video
Who knew Semenuk liked running over crowds when leaving car meets...
Allergysix JuiceLubes's article
Sep 26, 2016 at 10:31
Sep 26, 2016
Insanity with Phil Atwill - Video
Kinda puts it into perspective how skilled these WC guys are when you see them shredding your local like that. Geddon Phil, keep the edits coming
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