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Apr 28, 2023 at 21:04Apr 28, 2023
Apr 28, 2023 at 21:02Apr 28, 2023
GIANT TRANCE X ADVANCED E+ 2$5500 USD
667 Miles. Size Large 625 Battery text is best for any questions, thanks. I am not an aggressive rider, other than some minor scratches bike is in excellent condition. Motor Sync Drive Pro, 85Nm, powered by Yamaha Controller Ride Control Ergo 3, grip integrated Display Ride Control GO, frame integrated LED display ANT+ Wireless display compatible Battery Energy Pak Smart 625 Energy Pak Plus, 250Wh range extender compatible Size L Colors Starry Night Frame Advanced-grade composite frame, Advanced-grade rear triangle, Advanced forged composite upper rocker, 140mm Maestro suspension system Fork Fox 36 Float Performance, 150mm travel, 44mm offset, Grip 3-position Micro Adjust damper, Boost 110x15QR, e-optimized Shock Fox DPS Performance, EVOL Large Volume sleeve, 3-position Lever, 185x52.5mm Trunnion mount, custom tuned Handlebar Giant Contact 35 Trail, 35x780mm Grips Giant Tactal Pro-E, single lock-on Stem Giant Contact SL 35 Seatpost Giant Contact Switch, dropper, 30,9mm (S:125, M:150, L/XL:170) Saddle Giant Romero, Neutral Pedals Flatpedal Shifters Shimano Deore SLX Front Derailleur MRP HD2 co-moulded chain guide Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore SLX, 12-speed, Shadow+ Brakes Shimano Deore, BR-M420, 4-piston, hydraulic disc, 203mm Brake Levers Shimano Deore, BL-MT410 Cassette Shimano HG-M6100, 10-51T, 12-speed Chain KMC e.12 Sport, NP/NP, e-bike optimized Crankset Praxis Wave tm 36T Cold Forged 4130 premium steel Praxis e-Cadet+ custom forged crankarm set (Q-factor = 168, XS/S:160, M/L:165, XL:170) Bottom Bracket- Rims Giant AM 29", Tubeless ready, 30mm inner width Hubs Shimano MT410, Boost, Center-Lock, [F] 110x15 [R] 148x12mm Micro-Spline Drive Body Thru-axle Spokes Sapim E-Lite [r] Race [f] Tires Maxxis Assegai 29x2.6" foldable, Tubeless, EXO, 3c MaxxTerra[F]Maxxis Dissector 29x2.6" Foldable, Tubeless, EXO+, 120tpi 3C [R] Extras Tubeless kit (liquid, valves, levers, manual, tool)Inner tube supplied
ChezzyDirt brianpark's article
Mar 22, 2023 at 21:27Mar 22, 2023
Kitsbow to Close After Financing Shortfall
It was just to high end for the majority of their potential customer base ....
ChezzyDirt christinachappetta's article
Dec 1, 2022 at 16:35Dec 1, 2022
Video: Back to the Basics - Episode 2 - Finding the Fun in Riding Again
First thing first, delete your Strava app, take a deep breathe, go shred
ChezzyDirt sarahmoore's article
Sep 9, 2022 at 20:21Sep 9, 2022
George Brannigan Breaks Collarbone in Gnarly Red Bull Hardline Crash
@redrook: BK Guinea pigged it for the crew, they flattened the ramp after he went crazy deep and crashed...doesn't seem like he'll be able to hold on with that wrist.....such a bummer.
Aug 19, 2022 at 23:15Aug 19, 2022
Pinkbike Poll: What Would Your Dream Shock Look Like?
@fullendurbro: well ya, there are only a few tunes that are proven to work and you get the tune based on your rider input and weight etc. Unless your Pro status your not going to get a custom stack no one else has and other tweaks. Same with EXT and others.
Aug 19, 2022 at 23:07Aug 19, 2022
Pinkbike Poll: What Would Your Dream Shock Look Like?
As a heavier rider (230lbs) I find ALL the Fox air shocks to be insufficient (especially X2). You can get it to work semi-ok on either end of the spectrum but not both. 11-6 was a HUGE upgrade and let my suspension work the way it was designed to. I have small bump, mid stroke support and huge bottom out control. I had similar results from an EXT Storia but prefer the 11-6 for the spherical bearing and less noise. I will say Ive had much better luck getting an RS Super Deluxe Ultimate Dialed as well as Mara Pro, but no where near the same wheel tracking of the Coil n Oil properly setup. Not to mention you dont need to service the can every 50 hours to keep it feeling butter. I've seen many people who get a coil second hand and dont bother to get the spring rate dialed or even bother to figure out what tune they have, then complain.
ChezzyDirt pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 26, 2022 at 10:32Jul 26, 2022
Gang-Related Shooting in Whistler Leaves 2 Dead, Disrupts Resort Operations
@Chondog94: Everyone's got a price and the Cartels know that...
Jul 22, 2022 at 21:41Jul 22, 2022
Pinkbike Poll: Are You Satisfied With Your Brakes?
Hayes Dominion have the best feel to me out of Saint, SRAM Code RSC and Mag MT7 however they are extremely noisy when running Metallic pads (organic not an option for me). I tried several rotor types and they all ended up being noisy with the A4's however worked excellent. I ran Saint/H03C for many years and mostly quiet as well except under long hard braking runs would start to get noisy. The grabby-ness under slower speed tech riding made me switch after running them for several years. The MT7 have a nice feel as well and mostly quiet using the Performance compound. This is my current go to. The Mag Gustav was amazing, the floating brake caliper design worked so well, they should bring that design back in a scaled down version using the new materials.
ChezzyDirt henryquinney's article
Jul 6, 2022 at 21:33Jul 6, 2022
Video: The Latest Tech From the Lenzerheide DH World Cup - Smoke and Mirrors
SRAM design team still using the crappy saggy azz design of the rear caliper blocking the mounting bolt. Hilarious they still cant get that rite.