Bikethrasher

I'm a Trail rider through and through. I'm never satisfied, Thus I am constantly searching for the perfect trail bike. This being the case. I spend lots of time demoing bikes. I generally don't comment on bikes unless I've ridden them. I sacrifice pretty much everything for the sake of owning really nice bikes.

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Apr 13, 2020 at 14:49
Apr 13, 2020

TrailCraft Maxwell 24

$2000 USD
TrailCraft Maxwell 24 Special build This bike completely changed my sons outlook on mtn biking. It weighs about 26 pounds with the dropper. Which is about 6 pounds lighter than the Specialized RipRock 24 he had before this. We went from riding mellow trails to riding every trail on the Front range of Colorado and beyond. The 1x10 drivetrain is plenty for any type of riding anywhere. Overall the bike is in great shape. It does have some chips in the paint in a couple places. The Fat Albert is the burliest tire I could find for it. I will include the original TrailCraft Saddle, seat post and Flat pedals. The Dropper post, saddle and Pedals are not included. I will include the dropper post for an additional $100.00. Using a 27.2 post with a shim was the only way I could get the post to go low enough to fit my son when we first got the bike.

Bikethrasher TitoTomasi's article
Apr 8, 2020 at 4:26
Apr 8, 2020
Bikethrasher damianstones's article
Feb 1, 2020 at 5:16
Feb 1, 2020
Bikethrasher mikelevy's article
Dec 27, 2019 at 16:48
Dec 27, 2019
Pinkbike Poll: What Field Test Bike Do You Want to Try?
Nothing here I’m really interested in. I bought a really nice Ibis 9er last spring and I have to say I don’t really love it. Going to put it up for sale and go back to 27.5 wheels. It’s too stable, too forgiving, makes me straighten out evey corner and add to the Niner line, it also has a mind of its own the second I leave the ground. It take a much more concerted effort to toss it around and in general make it go where I want it to. I’m only faster on certain sections of the DH. Not that that matters much I don’t race nor do I have any plans to start. Its much slower on the climbs, but it climbs like a tractor up techy stuff. Big wheels just aren’t for me I guess. I just want to have fun on my bike these days.
Bikethrasher mikekazimer's photo
Dec 21, 2019 at 6:19
Dec 21, 2019
Santa Cruz

Bikethrasher mikelevy's photo
Dec 21, 2019 at 6:19
Dec 21, 2019
Rocky Mountain

Bikethrasher mikekazimer's photo
Dec 21, 2019 at 6:18
Dec 21, 2019
Specialized

Bikethrasher jamessmurthwaite's article
Jun 6, 2019 at 16:16
Jun 6, 2019
Hope Questions Lack of Parity in Shimano Micro Spline Licensing
Ha! I speak with my wallet. All my bikes are Shimano Free. Have been for years.
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