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BikeTrials AJBarlas's article
Oct 17, 2017 at 16:05
Oct 17, 2017
Rémy Métailler Denied US Entry, Won't Be At Rampage
It is quite misleading to simply blame Trump for any border security news, when it has nothing to do with Trump, or his policies. Even though I feel bad for Remy, he is the one that misread a visa description to enter the country properly. Hope he has learned his lesson for next time.
Jun 24, 2017 at 20:49
Jun 24, 2017

20mm NS Front Hub + Mavic Rim

$100 CAD
It came with my NS Suburban build a few years back. I switched to a rigid fork, so this never got used. Very straight and no scratches. Available for pick up in Kerrisdale, or can meet up in Vancouver.

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Jun 24, 2017 at 20:28
Jun 24, 2017
Jun 24, 2017 at 20:15
Jun 24, 2017

WTS: NS Suburban 26

$450 CAD
I am selling my 2010 NS Suburban 26. The geo is very similar to the current generation NS Suburban Dirt models. As for the parts - NS Hubs front and back - NS bars/ Octane one stem - NS forks - Avid bb7 brakes Tires will be front Maxxis Larsen 2.0 and rear Continental Race King 2.0 The bike is available for pick up in Kerrisdale.

Sep 20, 2016 at 6:41
Sep 20, 2016

BNIB Shimano A600 Pedals

$70 CAD
I have a never been used pair of Shimano a600 pedals. You are going to have to pay up to $100 for these if you were to buy them new elsewhere. These are mtb style spd clipless pedals.

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Sep 20, 2016 at 6:36
Sep 20, 2016
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Apr 13, 2016 at 20:03
Apr 13, 2016
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BikeTrials mikelevy's article
Mar 4, 2016 at 21:20
Mar 4, 2016
Leeche, X-Fusion, SDG - Taipei Show 2016
Damn that hardtail is hot!
BikeTrials mikelevy's article
Dec 3, 2015 at 13:31
Dec 3, 2015
Top 3 of 2015 - Opinion
I would not mind the 27.5 inch wheeled bikes so much if they at least still gave me the option of going with 26 inch wheels. But they are not even giving me a choice with the recent mountain bikes. Also, many disciplines of mountain biking still rely on 26 inch wheels (trials, dj, street), which both of my bikes have (trials and street). For the most part. This allows me to have one set of tubes and tires that I can use between all of my bikes. If I also end up breaking a wheel, I can also switch the wheels and ride what I want. With only 27.5 inch bikes available, I would not be able to do these things. I am not disapproving or approving the advantage of 27.5 inch rims, but there was not anything wrong with 26 inch rims to begin with, especially for hobby riders like most of us. Some mountain bike innovations like rear suspension, fork lock out, dropper posts, and carbon parts clearly show the advantage. But pushing 1.5 inch bigger wheels seem more like a marketing scheme than an innovation to me.
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