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ChristophColombo paulaston's article
May 24, 2018 at 7:43
May 24, 2018
Spotted: New Shimano XTR
@Lookinforit: The E13 TRS cassettes use the XD interface.
ChristophColombo paulaston's article
May 24, 2018 at 7:42
May 24, 2018
Spotted: New Shimano XTR
@IluvRIDING: I've seen enough people running that setup in the wild to say that either it's the same or it's close enough that it still works. Probably not as good as a 10-speed derailleur would be, but the 10-speed stuff shifts like garbage anyway when you use it with a wide-range cassette since the b-screw is maxed.
ChristophColombo mikelevy's article
May 18, 2018 at 9:48
May 18, 2018
Bike Check: Anne Terpstra's Ghost Lector - Albstadt World Cup XC
Foam grips are comfy, and if you have a mechanic to replace them for you after every race, it doesn't really matter if you shred them
ChristophColombo davetrumpore's article
May 12, 2018 at 21:42
May 12, 2018
Day 1 Photo Report: EWS France - Rocks, Roots, & Rain
@Cashman39: Nah, pretty sure that's just kidnapping.
ChristophColombo RichardCunningham's article
May 7, 2018 at 8:58
May 7, 2018
Diamondback Release 3 - Review
The Jeffsy is more comparable in terms of travel/capability. Looking at specs on those, the AL Comp is $50 less, but has a worse drivetrain (SLX vs X1) and worse suspension (Pike RC vs RCT3, Deluxe RT vs Monarch Plus RC3). And if we're focusing on the almighty dollar, there's a Release 2 for $2300 with a Pike RC, regular Monarch RT3, and GX.
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Apr 23, 2018 at 13:30
Apr 23, 2018
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Apr 23, 2018 at 13:22
Apr 23, 2018

Pivot Mach 429 Trail - Medium

$2800 USD
Selling my Mach 429 Trail. This is an awesome bike with only one season of riding on it. Custom build similar to Pivot's Pro XT/XTR 1x with a few improvements. The bike has had an Invisiframe kit installed since day 1, so while it's taken a few scrapes and scuffs, the frame itself is practically brand new underneath. Shock was serviced with new seals in December, fork has been serviced with new seals as of May 2. New derailleur installed in April (not pictured). Brakes freshly bled. Pivot lower link protector installed (not in pictures). Pivot bearings are all spinning perfectly. Pedals and seat wrap not included. Will professionally pack and ship at buyer's expense. Frame: Pivot Mach 429 Trail, Medium, Blue, 116mm travel Fork: Fox 34 Factory 130mm Shock: Fox Float DPS Factory Wheels: Mavic XA Elite Shifter: Shimano XTR 11spd Rear Der.: Shimano XT Cassette: Shimano XT 11-42 Chain: SRAM X1 Cranks: Race Face Aeffect 32T Brakes: Magura MT Trail Sport Rotors: Magura Storm SL, 180 front, 160 rear Seatpost: Crank Bros Highline 125mm Stem: Spank Spike 50mm Bars: Chromag Cutlass Carbon 730mm Grips: Ergon GE1 Saddle: Specialized Phenom 155mm (not pictured) Tires: Specialized Purgatory 2.3" front, Mavic Quest Pro 2.35" rear

ChristophColombo pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 29, 2018 at 17:15
Mar 29, 2018
Enter the EWS Colombia Fantasy Contest to Win a Wheelset From Enve
Men: 1. Rude 2. Hill 3. Wallner Women: 1. Ravanel 2. Winton 3. Courdurier
ChristophColombo EnduroWorldSeries's article
Mar 26, 2018 at 7:52
Mar 26, 2018
What Bikes Are the Pros Running for EWS Chile? - Video
You definitely can. A friend of mine is running that exact setup.
ChristophColombo RichardCunningham's article
Mar 7, 2018 at 12:29
Mar 7, 2018
First Ride: Intense Sniper Elite XC
It's likely a combination of factors. As others have pointed out, shoppers often get pushed towards what's in stock. Couple this with most shops' penchant for discounting in-stock models and clearance pricing on previous model years, and they either wind up on a longer-travel bike than they might have originally set out to buy, or they get something from a different brand - either from the same shop or from a competitor. For example, maybe they were interested in the Primer, but since no one stocked it, they bought a Tallboy or a Mach 429 Trail instead. And it isn't always easy to track what's being sold. Depending on their inventory management systems, it may have been possible to track special orders from dealers, but that's not necessarily true - they likely invested significantly into software with the change to Rider Direct. And there would be no way to reliably track what was selling on the floors of their dealers.
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