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Oct 8, 2019 at 8:09Oct 8, 2019
Transfer 150 - 31.6 $175 shipped Perfect condition, just too long for my new bike. I have ridden several different types of droppers. Rockshox and OneUP as well as Fox and Fox is by far my favorite. OneUp is nice as it has such short stack height and minimum insertion, but just doesn't feel as solid as the Fox Transfer does. And the Reverb, ugh, flexy and always a problem with those droppers, never again. In perfect condition, would love to keep it, but my short legs are your gain!
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Jul 18, 2018 at 8:40Jul 18, 2018
Shimano SLX Crankset. 170mm Shimano 32T DynasysII Narrow Wide chain ring included. Shimano tightening bolt included.(not pictured) Currently set up single with Narrow Wide Chain Ring, 32T The spider does have mounting holes for a granny though if you want to run it double ring config. I had used these for a month or so on my XC bike before I decided I wanted to go with a 165. I have short legs! Basically bran new. Not a single mark on the crank ends. If I had to guess, I would say 100-150 miles on them; mostly bike path stuff. Any mark on them is more from kicking around my toolbox for the last few months. I am a major fan of Shimano Cranks. I run Saints on my trail bike. I wish they made these in 165s... MSRP on the crank and the ring are: $119 / $43. $162 total.
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Jul 6, 2018 at 14:28Jul 6, 2018
Pinkbike Poll: What Injuries Have You Received While Mountain Biking?
I've had a lot of bike injuries, but genital injury. That takes me back... So way way back in the day. Was at a DH race in Moab. Early during practice I took the wrong line off a blind jump and landed 50/50 on a rock that was about the same size/shape as a milk crate, basically did not use any suspension, just bb to rock. My butt hit the saddle so hard it exploded(the saddle, not my butt). Busted one seat rail and pulled the other out of the saddle plastic. In the same motion took both seat rails to the sack as my saddle exploded. Both went seat clamp deep(like 2-3") into my scrotum. The broken seat rail was just in and out - no big deal. The intact seat rail was more like a hook on the end, and that one was NOT just in and out, that one pulled a bunch of stuff out with it. Nothin like lookin in yer pants after a crash and seeing a wad of stuff hanging out of the hole in your sak. I was sure it was the remains of my left nut! Luckliy both rails missed all the important bits and just went straight into the stuff underneath and the wad hanging out of the hole was just "fatty tissue". YAY! The ER trip and recovery were their own long painful embarrassing story...
Jul 3, 2018 at 12:25Jul 3, 2018
I have two bran new Specialized Butchers. 650b x 2.3 NEW Unused in original packaging. Control Casing $35 shipped each or $60 shipped for both. Butchers are pretty nice. They ride a lot like the Maxxis DHF's. These came with my DH bike, but I generally use heavier casing tires on that one. If only these were 29, would be perfect for my xc bike.
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