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BuckNasty44904 seb-stott's article
May 8, 2024 at 8:55
May 8, 2024
Review: SeaSucker Talon Bike Rack - Does It Suck?
I just can’t see myself trusting it. I understand the science of the suction cups, but I get nervous even watching my bikes wobble on my hitch mount rack. If I used this thing I would end up pulling over to check every 15 minutes. The thought of the suction cups breaking loose and seeing my precious bike cartwheeling down the highway in my rear view mirror would be too stressful. It’s a little bit like flying. I know statistically it’s safer than driving, but if it goes wrong, it goes REALLY WRONG.
BuckNasty44904 edspratt's article
Apr 11, 2024 at 12:46
Apr 11, 2024
How Do Pros & Fans Feel About Warner Bros. Discovery’s Organization & Coverage of World Cup Racing in 2024?
LOL they are so out of touch there is no way they take anything we say seriously. Just from Chris Ball's bullshit statement we can see they have zero interest in listening to us. They are so convinced that we are just generic "sports fans" that they won't care that the core DH/Enduro audience isn't watching. They will interpret their own internal metrics on the subscriptions they get from fans of other sports to justify their position. For my part, this will be the first season of WC DH that I won't get to watch since the Freecaster days, and I hate WB/Discovery for it so much.
BuckNasty44904 henryquinney's article
Apr 11, 2024 at 10:08
Apr 11, 2024
First Ride: The 2024 Giant Trance X Advanced
@connorgsmith3: It's looped around from being too mainstream to be cool to being dismissed because it's too mainstream, to now being cool because it's been dismissed by the cool people. So weird.
BuckNasty44904 edspratt's article
Apr 11, 2024 at 7:11
Apr 11, 2024
Pinkbike's State of the Sport 2024 Public Survey Data Release
@gulogulointhearctic: The disconnect, though, is thinking that there is any significant overlap between the people who want to watch world cup DH and people who enjoy watching other mainstream sports. Assuming that we are all just generic "sports fans" and offering us packages to watch all of their various sports content is not going to work in our little niche area here. It's all just taking us back to cable tv packages and literally no consumer wants this. I'm absolutely not paying to have access to a bunch of content I have zero interest in just so that I can watch the 7 races I do enjoy. And in this respect, I believe I speak for almost all of the pinkbike crowd.
Feb 18, 2024 at 10:34
Feb 18, 2024

DVO TOPAZ GEN 3 - 205x60mm

$235 USD
DVO Topaz Gen 3 shock 205x60mm Trunnion Bought new in spring 2023, only has about 20-25 hours on it since, so it’s still very fresh. Comes with the case and all accessories that it came with. Will ship at buyer’s expense. I accept PayPal and Venmo. Asking $235 or best offer

Feb 18, 2024 at 10:29
Feb 18, 2024


$350 USD
DVO Onyx SC D1 170mm travel 44mm offset For 29” wheels Steerer cut to 7” I just had this fork fully serviced at Dirtlabs in Denver, and it hasn’t been used since. It’s in excellent condition with barely a scratch anywhere. I’m only selling it because I want to sell my bike complete or part it out. Will ship at buyer’s expense. I accept PayPal or Venmo. Asking $350 or best offer

Feb 11, 2024 at 15:39
Feb 11, 2024

Transition Sentinel Carbon V1 frame Cascade link

$1100 USD
2018 Transition Sentinel Carbon V1- Size L Frame is in solid condition with just a few small paint imperfections. Has some vinyl wrap in key areas for protection. All pivot bearings replaced February 2024. DVO Topaz Gen 3 shock - 205x60mm Cascade Components link (w/ 60mm stroke, gives it about 152mm travel) Comes with a newish Wolftooth headset, axle, seatpost clamp, and the original link as well. I have the complete bike for sale as well, and I might be able to sell about any combination of frame and parts you like, just make an offer. The V1 Sentinel was on the forefront of the current generation of mountain bike geometry, and things haven’t moved on much from there, so it still holds up perfectly. It is genuinely a perfect “one-bike.” That’s what it was for me from the time I bought it new in December 2018 (didn’t ride it until spring of 2019 though), until last spring when I bought a DH bike to use at the bike parks. I did a handful of park days on the Sentinel each year through 2022, and it was amazing there. I never broke anything or had any significant crashes on it, so it’s still in great shape. I rode almost exclusively blue trails and I'm not into jumps or drops, just going mildly fast on flow trails and such, so I don't think I abused the bike at all. Buyer pays for shipping via Bike Flights. I accept PayPal.

Feb 11, 2024 at 15:38
Feb 11, 2024
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