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May 19, 2017 at 7:57
May 19, 2017

Specialized S-Works Enduro Cane Creek CS Pike

$1595 GBP
Specialized S-Works Enduro Carbon 2014 Mountain Bike Frame with FACT IS-X 11m carbon FSR frame and M5 alloy rear triangle offers 165mnm of rear wheel travel with 142+ dropouts for robust and lightweight All-Mountain performance. The custom Cane Creek Double Barrel air shock that comes with these frames provides externally adjustable high-and-low-speed rebound and compression settings for maximum control over challenging terrain and also has a climb switch. Other highlights: Rock Shox Stealth Reverb seatpost right hand - fitted to left to under the bar for protection. Rock Shox Pike RCT3 26" Dual Position 130/160mm travel. Tapered Steerer. 15mm Maxle Lite - unmarked - low miles Tubeless Stans Flow EX rim laced to Hope Pro2 EVO hubs, with one-off custom decals to match from SLIK graphics Schwalbe Hans Dampf tyres (Reinforced kevlar side walls) XT 10 x 1 shifter XT Shadow plus rear mech XT brakes (the rear is brand new - unused) OneUp Components RAD Shimano Rear Derailleur Cage for better shifting - matching colour SunRace MX3 10-speed Cassette 11-42 (the better one with the lighter alloy carrier) few miles SRAM X9 Crankarms Wheels Manufacturing PressFit 30 Bottom Bracket - with Enduro Angular Contact Bearings The DMR Blade direct mount Narrow-Wide 30T chainring - few miles Rock Guardz carbon frame protector - fitted from new. Rear and front mud guards. Basically a complete bike with everything seen in the images apart from the pedals as these will go onto my new bike. The bike does have a some paint chips and chain slap but no more than you'd see on most off road bikes. I havent ever touched this up, but you could if you wanted. Based in Cranleigh, Surrey (GU6) and ridden in the Surrey Hills with tyres firmly on the ground. Thanks for looking

DaveG01 mattwragg's article
May 5, 2017 at 1:21
May 5, 2017
From the Top: Radon's Chris Stahl
I’ve always been a spesh rider, most enduros they have made and 2 demos's. Jan17 I was a bit bored with my bike and was looking for something new with modern angles. I was going to purchase a YT but they went out of stock of my size when I was ready to order. Within half an hour I had read so many good reviews of the Swoop I pressed the button. The bike arrived in about 5 days fully built and even had the brakes on the right (wrong) way around. There was some small damage which must of occurred in transit but we came to a small financial agreement which was good. The bike is great and very confidence inspiring. I love it. There is a fly in the ointment though. Myself and two other mates have bought different versions of the Swoop this year. All of them have had no thread lock to any bolts or screws. Bike Discounts reply: Its good practice to use this during assembly but we don’t have to. I personally found this out the hard way when a shock pivot fell out. I was told that EVERY bolt should be checked EVERY ride. I would recommend anyone buying on of these great bikes takes it apart and add some Loctite to every fastener before something falls off – a potential downside of direct sales. I wanted a bolt quickly and was going to buy locally for speed. Radon don’t have (so they say) an exploded diagram like many brands of their bike frames so it wasn’t easy to get a dimension or part number. The bolt turned up in the post yesterday and took 2.5 weeks from Germany. It also arrived in cube packaging. A quick google and I have also found the hanger for my bike (out of stock at BD) can be bought locally and more cheaply as a ‘cube’ item in stock and with next day delivery in the UK. So a heads up to any new buyer, your bike will be cheap, will be awesome and will be assembled by chimps XXX
DaveG01 vernonfelton's article
Apr 24, 2017 at 22:16
Apr 24, 2017
Radon Swoop 170 9.0 1x11 - Review
Myself and two other riding mates have bought different versions of the Swoop this year. All of them have had no threadlock to any bolts or screws. Bike Discounts reply: its good practice to use this during assembly but we dont have to. I personally found this out the hard way when a shock pivot fell out. Have been without this part now for 8 days now as I wait for a replacement. I was told that EVERY bolt should be cheched EVERY ride. I would recommend anyone buying on of these great bikes takes it appart as adds some loctite to every fastener before something falls off. Just a heads up.
DaveG01 AJBarlas's article
Jan 24, 2017 at 2:56
Jan 24, 2017
Developing the DMR Sled - Interview
I'm mighty impressed with something like this coming out of a fairly small UK brand. I was thinking before lauch it might just be a longer slacker Bolt in steel. Awesome thats aluminium. The DMR range may not be massive but every product I have bought so far just works. Good luck to Deaks on this #OiOi :-)
Selling
Oct 5, 2016 at 3:40
Oct 5, 2016

MyTinySun Folkslight plus extras

$75 GBP
Lights for sale. 1No. MyTinySun Folkslight 2000 lumens bike light (German manufactured) used once with all original go-pro helmet and handlebar adaptors, instructions and box. (I removed the batteries and bought the following for a longer ride time) the old rechargeable batteries may have lost their charge by now but if you want a cable free solution these can be bought in the internet for £5.99 each 1No. MagicShine LCD 8.4V 2200mAh 18650 Li-ion Battery (contains four rechargeable cells for twice the burn time) 1No. MagicShine MJ-818 Rear Light Split Kit 1No. Magicshine extension cable 1No. 13amp battery charger 1no. Magicshine to MyTinysun adapter to connect external battery Good for the road or MTB, Being a GoPro fitment can fit directly to a Bell Super helmet, or onto the bars with included mounts. Cash on collection/meet up preferred (Surrey Hills) or can be posted for extra, paypal possible. £75 ono

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Sep 23, 2016 at 10:53
Sep 23, 2016
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Feb 4, 2016 at 15:14
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