Mid 30's father, expat and traveler bouncing around the world with bike and family in tow trying to find a place we can all call home.

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May 19, 2022 at 10:58
May 19, 2022

Benno E-Scout mid-tail cargo bike in Alaska Blue

$2000 USD
Next to new Benno E-Scout Large frame in Alaska blue. Bought new in November with the hope of commuting this summer but at 75 lbs fully kitted, it's just too heavy to drag in and out of our building's basement on a daily basis. The Bosch drive train only has 125 miles on it and I am including the child seat and panniers in the sale. Will consider trade in full or part for enduro bike/frame/build kit to fit 6'5 rider.

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Oct 7, 2021 at 9:37
Oct 7, 2021

Banshe Prime V3 Custom DVO Build

$3500 USD
Selling my Banshee Prime. Bike is in great shape having been used primarily to ride XC around the DC area where I live. I built the bike to be a playful all rounder with the nice poppy feel that Banshee is known for but to still have enough in reserve to hit everything from XC to park laps. Just time to sell to move onto a new bike. Any questions please let me know. Frame: 2020 Banshee Prime XL with DVO Topaz T3 Fork: DVO Diamond D1 fork, 29"/44mmOS/160mm/GREEN Wheelset: DT Swiss Spline One XM 1501 with 240 hubs Drive train: Shimano XT M8100 1x12 with 70% life left in chain and cassette Brakes: Magura MT5 with 200mm rotors front and rear Dropper: Fall Line 9.8 200mm dropper Tires: Minions front and rear with 70% life left in them Cockpit: Raceface bar and stem

Aug 26, 2021 at 12:02
Aug 26, 2021

Salsa Blackborow Cargo Fat Bike

$2400 USD
Selling my nearly new Blackborow. I only got this a few weeks ago from a guy who bought it new this spring and was looking forward to turning it into a fully-fledged family adventure hauler but life has reared its ugly head and I need to sell off both my bikes now to deal with it. The bike is crazy light and easy to ride, with no noticeable difference from the large rack on the back, substantially lighter than a big dummy and easy enough for me to carry up and down the stairs. The bike is stock other than adding a Brand-X Ascend XL dropper post and it will also come with a set of 4.5 inch wide tires that the original buyer had passed onto myself, or you could lace it up as a 29er for a better on road experience.

Aug 18, 2021 at 12:13
Aug 18, 2021
CONomad alicialeggett's article
Jul 27, 2021 at 12:10
Jul 27, 2021
Jolanda Neff Criticizes Pauline Ferrand Prevot for 'Stupid Move' at Tokyo Olympics
Can we just appreciate that a drop onto the front like that would have snapped the head tube off a DH bike 15 years ago... now both the XC riders and bikes are taking that kind of abuse in stride. Great to see the sport progressing like this.
CONomad Khyber-Racks's article
Jun 2, 2021 at 5:48
Jun 2, 2021
Khyber Racks Is A New Bike Rack Company Based in Whistler
I just want a stand like that for my NSR to keep my rack and bikes all together in the garage
CONomad henryquinney's article
May 26, 2021 at 8:42
May 26, 2021
Review: 6 of the Best Tire Inserts Ridden & Rated
@Jacquers: No it still uses a single valve hole, the valve provides it's own split system by screwing in and out (although to be fair I have had problems with air loss over time when not riding for a week or 2). But yeah they are pricey, but again, I only use it in the rear tire so it's one set for 2 bikes. In 5 years of riding them across 6 bikes and 3 continents I've only had 2 of the high pressure inner tubes fail, 1 was shortly after install so I think it was just a dud (or install error) and the second was dicking around trying to ride out my DH run after ripping the tire...
CONomad henryquinney's article
May 26, 2021 at 7:52
May 26, 2021
Review: 6 of the Best Tire Inserts Ridden & Rated
Looks like I'm the one guy still using Schwalbe procore... I'm 220lbs and have grown to love the bead-lock effect on the rear wheel. Don't run any inserts up front and floating around 20-25 psi front and rear depending on the trail.
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