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Kona Stinky Primo

$1200 EUR
Stinky Primo 2007, absolutely perfect condition and working order, bought new in 2007 and hardly ridden since. This was the last of the best run of Stinkys, the Marzocchi forks and shock are Italian made before the switch to Chinese manufacture and comes with the D.O.P.E. anti jack system. Rear mech is a Shimano 105 which shifts a lot better than the stock Saint but I still have the Saint if you want it. New never ridden Minions front and rear. Changed to single 36t up front with a new Blackspire chain guard New never ridden SwiisStop pads front and back. More photops available on request I can ship europe wide, it should be about 80 euros for 2 boxes. Payment by bank transfer only. The price is 1200 euros but open to reasonable negotiation. Here's the spec..... Frame & Fork Frame Construction TIG-welded Frame Tubing Material Kona Clump 7005 Aluminum Fork Brand & Model Marzocchi 888 RC2X VA Fork Material Dual Rear Shock Marzocchi Roco World Cup Components Component Group Shimano Saint Brakeset Shimano Saint hydraulic Disc brakes, Shimano Saint Hydraulic Disc levers Shift Levers Shimano Saint Front Derailleur Shimano 105 Crankset Race Face Diablous X-Type, 36/24 teeth Pedals Kona Jackshit Primo Bottom Bracket Race Face Diabolus X-Type BB Shell Width Unspecified Rear Cogs 9-speed, 11 - 32 teeth Chain Shimano CN-HG93 Seatpost Race Face Diabolus Saddle WTB Pure V Race FR Handlebar Race Face Diabolus FR OS Riser Handlebar Extensions Not included Handlebar Stem Race Face Evolve DH OS Headset 1 1/8" threadless FSA PIG Wheels Hubs Front: Sun Ringle Demon 20mm, Rear: Sun Ringle Demon Rims Sun MTX Welded Tires 26 x 2.50" Maxxis Minion Spoke Brand DT Swiss stainless steel, 14ga. (2.0mm) straight gauge Spoke Nipples Unspecified

B777 mattwragg's article
May 8, 2013 at 8:20
May 8, 2013
Old School Tech: The Original GT Zaskars
More articles like this please. The guy who said 'more old school '95-99' made me feel as old as the hills, got my first mountain bike At 20 years old in 87..... Other than Tom Ritchey and the Fairfax crew etc the real first game changer was Joe Murray and the sloping top tube design on the first Bicycle group bikes (which became Kona). Always thought the GT triple triangle thing was more marketing than anything though. Check my albums for a sweet 89 Kona Lava Dome Ltd, which still gets ridden every week. If anyone wants a great movie that caputres the (imo) real spirit of mountain biking the watch Klunkerz
B777 mikekazimer's article
Apr 2, 2013 at 8:07
Apr 2, 2013
To the Point: Chain Lube
I have a 3 litre one and it gets bits and pieces sparkling.. The ones on ebay for 30 quid are only suitable for watches and jewelry, nowhere near enough cycles or big enough to take a chain, you'll need at least 1.5L to be powerful enough.... Another vote for chainsaw chain oil in the winter.
B777 BQDHFR's video
Apr 1, 2013 at 11:12
Apr 1, 2013
Good video, glad you're getting some riding done. Still snowbound here :(

B777 dart-bikes's article
Mar 31, 2013 at 14:12
Mar 31, 2013
Contest: Name This Frame From Dartmoor Bikes - Top Ten
Wow you spent hours searching through the thousands of entries and chose that list ? They are pretty much all crap.
B777 csponsel's article
Mar 28, 2013 at 15:25
Mar 28, 2013
Opinion: Who Owns a Trail?
Fuck them then, plant mines ;) I should be around Mulhouse in June I'll look you up so I can ride your trail and I'll bring a shovel and beer.
B777 csponsel's article
Mar 28, 2013 at 11:01
Mar 28, 2013
Opinion: Who Owns a Trail?
And there ladies and gentlemen is the reason that people bicker and bitch over trails and nothing will ever get done with attiudes like this fool has. I feel sorry for anyone that has to ride with you. I said typically american because I have rarely if ever encountered that locals only attitude in other parts of the world and who gives a shit about advocacy ? i'm speaking from experience, something in which tou are sadly lacking. And if it had been said to get a reaction I couldn't have hoped for better than yours. Anyway enough of this silliness, I wish you all the best.
B777 csponsel's article
Mar 28, 2013 at 10:04
Mar 28, 2013
Opinion: Who Owns a Trail?
Seems to works for me and most of europe but each to their own if you're happy being a negative fuckwit then I'm happy for you. Strange really you seem to like Switzerland and it got the way it is with just the kind of attitude you call bullshit.
B777 csponsel's article
Mar 28, 2013 at 9:17
Mar 28, 2013
Opinion: Who Owns a Trail?
I'm lucky enough to have lived and worked, ridden and skated in the States for 5 years, a truly amazing country and incredibly welcoming and open people for the most part, I have also lived in Denmark, Holland, Norway, Spain, Portugal, India and the UK and now live in France near the Swiss border so feel I'm in a good position to make comaprisons. I'm not knocking the US just calling it how I see it, for such a open place there is a kind of 'you ain't from roun here are ya boy?' And 'we're not from round here so who gives a fuck' ' attitude, if it could be gotten rid and there were a bit more consideration and respect from all sides for the others, then every body would benefit. And if anyone is ever in France look me up and we'll hit some of the local trails.
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