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Sep 9, 2018 at 19:41Sep 9, 2018
Sep 9, 2018 at 19:37Sep 9, 2018
Up for sale is a custom built 2016 large Evil the Following. It has seen one year of use and has been meticulously maintained by a professional mechanic (myself). Frame: 2016 Evil the Following- size LARGE Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 140mm travel (always serviced before manufacturer's recommended intervals. Full damper rebuild two weeks ago) Shock: Rockshox Monarch RT3 (Full service two weeks ago) Drivetrain: Full Shimano XT 11spd, Wolf Tooth 30t chainring (all drivetrain components replaced 2 weeks ago) Crankset: Sram XX1 carbon crankset Brakeset: Sram Guide RSC (Hope brakes in pictures are not included) Rotors: Hope 203 front/180 rear Wheels: Stans Flow MK3 29" laced to Hope Pro 4 hubs. Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 29x2.5 / Minion DHRII 29x2.35 Seatpost: KS Lev DX 150mm travel Saddle: Specialized Henge Cockpit: Raceface SIXC 780mm wide carbon bars. Deity 35mm stem. Deity lockon grips. Let me know if you have any questions. Cheers!
Bryanan JeffWeed's article
Jul 27, 2018 at 10:14Jul 27, 2018
Video: Ripping Slick Jungle Trails in Costa Rica With Jeff Kendall-Weed & Surviving the Emergency Room
Of course he speaks Spanish... is there anything he can't do?! I can hardly speak English....
Bryanan alexcgevans's article
Jul 4, 2018 at 10:55Jul 4, 2018
Check Out: Sunglasses From Outer Space, Mushroom-Inspired Grips, & More
This is a major problem for me too. As a bald guy that also runs hot, I can only wear glasses while descending. At the top of the climb I drain my helmet, shake it out, put on glasses , rip down. It grosses out everyone I ride with...
Bryanan pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 28, 2018 at 10:29Jun 28, 2018
Video: Tech Talks - Wheel Balance 101, Presented by Park Tool
Does anyone remember the previous video where Calvin poured out a beer that was offered to him because he can't work "impaired?" It seems like they're desperately trying to make up for that embarrassing moment. Also, this video is basically unwatchable... just try to true your wheels adequately and then go ride. Worrying about wheel balance is for people who care more about gear than riding.
Bryanan mikekazimer's article
Nov 20, 2017 at 6:51Nov 20, 2017
Trek Session 9.9 DH 27.5 - Review
I think that shock issue is a much bigger deal than what is explained here. Spending this kind of money on a bike, only to be without a bike while you wait on a shock replacement/fix is crazy. Sending a part in for factory replacement can take a very long time, and summer is short for most DH bike regions!
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Nov 8, 2017 at 20:19Nov 8, 2017
Nov 8, 2017 at 20:13Nov 8, 2017
I'm selling my girlfriend's 2013 Yeti SB66, which she purchased new in early 2014. It has been ridden every season since, and reflects some of the scratches and scuffs associated with a few season's use. Absolutely none of these blemishes affect the bike's performance. All suspension components and pivot bearings have been serviced at the manufacturer's suggested intervals. Asking $2100, let me know if you have any questions, cheers! Frame: Medium SB66 aluminum. 67*HTA, 72*STA, 152mm travel. Fork: Fox 34 150mm, Kashima coating, CTD/FIT damper. Shock: Fox Float CTD, Kashima coating, Boost valve, 152mm. Wheels: DT Swiss M1700 Spline, DT Swiss hubs. Drivetrain: Full Shimano XT 1x11, XT 175mm crankset, 30T Raceface NW chainring, XT 11-42 cassette. Brakes: Shimano XT Handlebars: Easton Haven 740mm Stem: Thompson 70mm Seatpost: Specialized Command Post- 125mm travel
Oct 19, 2017 at 16:00Oct 19, 2017
Roval Traverse Fattie 29er wheelset. 29mm inner diameter, non-boost hub spacing (15x100 F, 12x142 R). The rear wheel was laced up with a Hope Pro 4 hub this spring. The wheels have seen significant use, the front is perfectly fine functionally, just the usual dings and scratches. The rear rim has seen better days, it's still strong and true enough to rip, but there are some dings, scratches, and small spider cracks around some spokes. Buy the set, rebuild the rear wheel, ditch everything and keep the awesome Hope hub, it's up to you. Thanks for looking!
Bryanan Trestle's article
Aug 15, 2017 at 9:15Aug 15, 2017
The Dirt on Trestle: The Center of the USA's MTB Capital - Video
I have to say... there wasn't one girl in that video. To me, a major sign of a booming riding area is seeing groups of girls and guys out riding. Go to anywhere in BC, Moab, Bellingham, etc, you'll see girls getting after it. Pretty refreshing to see that in a sport that has difficult/intimidating barriers to entry. EDIT: there was a girl on a scooter in the skate park.