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Nov 11, 2018 at 12:33
Nov 11, 2018
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Nov 8, 2018


$1400 USD
Medium size Intense Tracer SL frame. Comes with factory X2 shock. Bike was ridden one season only, not my only bike so hours are pretty low. Has typical wear and tear, some paint chips and Tracer logo on rh seat stay flaked off a bit. Otherwise finish is in excellent condition. Frame and linkages gone through and upper link bearings replaced prior to listing. This is an awesome bike, happy in bike park and at home trails. Smooth running Shimano XT bottom bracket included.

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Nov 2, 2018 at 6:02
Nov 2, 2018

Fox DPX2 8.5x2.5 (216x63)

$375 USD
2018 Fox DPX2. 8.5x2.5. Like new condition, this was a back up shock, fitted and run for 2-3 rides only. $375

DARKSTAR63 RichardCunningham's article
Oct 19, 2018 at 8:04
Oct 19, 2018
Ridden & Rated: 4 Trail Bikes Under $3,000
Here to see what people end up complaining about ....
DARKSTAR63 RichardCunningham's article
Oct 18, 2018 at 6:22
Oct 18, 2018
First Look: Nukeproof ARD Tire Inserts
@WAKIdesigns: I run a Cushcore in the rear of my bike and disagree with most of your points. I would recommend trying one out for yourself. I do however think that the fact a Cushcore is stretched tightly around the rim is key. I wouldn't buy this loose insert. There is more "stability" at lower pressures mostly because of the massive reduction in air volume. I run mine only a tad softer than I would otherwise, right around 30psi. Im sold on mine to ensure I can finish a race stage on a rear flat and not destroy my wheel. The feel is a bonus.
DARKSTAR63 danielsapp's article
Oct 12, 2018 at 13:25
Oct 12, 2018
Pinkbike Poll: How Often Do You Replace Your Tires?
I have different approaches depending on the bike. My trail bike, daily driver if you will, I generally run tires until they are completely shot or I tear the sidewall, usually the latter happens first. I do this to be economical, usually when I change a worn one, it's way past due. For me that's roughly 1 front tire per season and 2-3 rears. My racing bike runs double downs and I replace them when they are in any way questionable or worn where I can feel a difference. 2+ front tires, 3+ rears for a full season of racing. I selected "when the knobs loose sharpness" but that's not really a firm rule, It kind of depends.
DARKSTAR63 raceface's article
Oct 12, 2018 at 10:09
Oct 12, 2018
Video: Wade Simmons & Keegan Wright Get PINNED on the Shore
Seeing Wade on a Marzocchi again makes me warm and fuzzy inside.
DARKSTAR63 sean-s-1991's photo
Sep 20, 2018 at 12:59
Sep 20, 2018
@sean-s-1991: That's too bad they didn't sell, despite my fondness for the F2, I'd much rather have one of those VFR's.

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