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Catch22 mikelevy's article
May 27, 2019 at 10:08
May 27, 2019
Review: 2019 Knolly Fugitive LT - A Tough, Versatile 29er
It's not something that you can get away with on many bikes without having an unbalanced ride. Knolly suspension tends to just feel much deeper than other brands I've ridden. I rode my 150mm rear Warden with 170 up front and my current 130mm rear Endorphin is setup with a coil MRP Ribbon set to 155 (and a 160 MRP Stage prior). I love all around riding, especially technical climbing, and the bike feels very balanced to me setup this way. I'd definitely consider running the Fugitive with a 155 up front in order to use a single fork with both the 135 and 120 setting.
Catch22 edspratt's article
May 25, 2019 at 11:57
May 25, 2019
XCO Start List: Nove Mesto World Cup XC 2019
Huge congrats to Haley Batten for taking her first win in U23!
Feb 1, 2019 at 21:00
Feb 1, 2019

Large Knolly Endorphin frame with Inline Coil or Air

$1200 USD
Selling my Knolly Endorphin frame in large including Cane Creek 40 series headset and with a freshly rebuilt Inline Coil or an unused Inline Air. I bought this new and built it up in early 2017 so it has two seasons of riding. Only selling as I'm looking at picking up a new color Endorphin and swapping everything over. Yeah, it's that good that I've got zero desire to switch to another frame, just have the itch to build up a different color (probably dumb because the red is amazing). Frame has scotchguard tape on the downtube, toptube, and stays that have kept it pretty clean. There are some chips and scratches as pictured under the BB, in front of the rear tire and on the chainstays from some chainslap but overall condition is good and no dents. The Cane Creek DB Inline Coil has been amazing on the frame and just received a full service from It's setup with the 500lb VALT spring. I've also got the original DB Inline Air that came with the frame but was never used. Could swap shocks or sell them both with it. Check out all the specs/geo here:

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Feb 1, 2019 at 19:45
Feb 1, 2019
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Feb 1, 2019 at 14:32
Feb 1, 2019
Feb 1, 2019 at 14:23
Feb 1, 2019

Transition Ripcord 24"-Custom build, 23#s

$1600 USD
I bought this Transition Ripcord in late 2015, spent the winter obsessing over how to build it up for my daughter and gave it to her for her 6th birthday in early 2016. She spent 3 seasons on it (all XC riding and probably 40 rides/under 100 hours total). It's been very well cared for, always stored indoors, and shows virtually zero wear. We were hoping to get one more year out of it but she's now hit the 5' mark so we're going to bump her up to a bigger bike for next season. I went pretty overboard with the custom build on it focusing on saving weight in the best places. Stock bike was well over 30 lbs and as it sits now I believe it's around 23 lbs. The stock wheels, tires, fork, and crankset were tanks and I ended up getting a custom built set of wheels (gold Koozer hubs, straight pull DT Comps, and Stans Crest rims) setup tubeless with Schwalbe Rocket Rons (still the original set on the bike and show virtually no wear), sourced a super light NOS Rockshox Reba RL, and a sick little GT BMX crankset with 135mm crankarms and an external BB. I also replaced the original grips, saddle, seat collar, shifter, rear derailleur, chain, and headset. In all it's got about $1000 in upgrades even with some bargain shopping for some items. I'll also thrown in a spare NIB Rocket Ron that we never needed and I've got the original stock fork if you want it. Transition hasn't changed the Ripcord since it was introduced in 2015 and I think this one is still my favorite frame color they've offered. Here's the details on the stock 2015: Here's the build on this one: FRAME Transition Ripcord Bluebird Blue REAR SHOCK RockShox Monarch R FORK RockShox Reba RL STEM Race Face Respond (45mm) HANDLEBAR Race Face Ride HEADSET Cane Creek 40 (with Salsa crown race riser to accommodate tapered steerer on fork, carbon spacers, and blue Salsa topcap) CRANK GT Speed AL BMX 2 piece cranks(135mm arms), 104 BCD, 24mm spindle, 30T narrow wide North Shore Billet chainring, blue ano cartridge BB and blue chainring bolts BRAKES Shimano M396 ROTORS Shimano RT56 160mm SHIFTER Shimano Deore 10 CASSETTE Shimano XT (11-36) REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano Zee Shadow Plus Short Cage WHEELSET Stans Crest 24h, gold alloy DT nipples, DT Competition Straight Pull spokes, gold Koozer hubs (sealed cartridge bearings, 6 pawls for 72POE), gold QRs TIRES Schwalbe Rocket Ron 24" (one new in box extra tire included) SEATPOST Kore 2 Bolt (31.6mm x 400mm) SADDLE Velo Scion S1 GRIPS Lizard Skins Peaty lock ons, blue grips with gold lock rings CHAIN KMC X10 in gold PEDALS Wellgo Alloy

Catch22 sarahmoore's article
Jan 3, 2019 at 10:07
Jan 3, 2019
Jeff Lenosky Signs with REEB Cycles
Congrats Jeff! Was really hoping this was the direction things were moving. Should be a great partnership.
Catch22 pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 18:42
Dec 6, 2018
Video: Jeff Lenosky & Giant Part Ways After 17 Years
Well deserved Jeff. Good things to come I'm sure. Keep spreading the love of tech trails and getting kids on bikes. Excited to see what comes next.
Catch22 pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 18:38
Dec 6, 2018
Video: Jeff Lenosky & Giant Part Ways After 17 Years
Thinking the same. He's done some ad work with them and been putting in a bunch of time with their nonprofit, Can'dAid.
Catch22 pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 18:37
Dec 6, 2018
Video: Jeff Lenosky & Giant Part Ways After 17 Years
Man, now you've got me thinking it's something amazing like a Reeb/MRP collaboration. He certainly deserves a great partnership, such an amazing ambassador.
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