Sep 24, 2016 at 7:50Sep 24, 2016
All offers considered! Must go soon! Now with added photos, including a couple of arty ones and a more realistic price...I really need this gone so feel free to make me an offer! For sale is my Trek Session 88 Bought brand new in May this year, selling as unfortunately I am moving and will have nowhere to store it. The bike is in as new condition. Absolutely immaculate, no marks, chips or scratches. It has been ridden a total of 5 times since new and never in the wet! Superb ride, the Session is one of the best 'All Round' DH bikes, so a good mix between playful and poppy handling and being sled-like and a plow bike when needed. Pretty gutted to be selling but need it gone. Spec is as follows: Frame: 2016 Session 88, M, 210mm travel Shock: Fox Van RC, 450lbs spring, 8.75x2.75" Fork: Rockshox Boxxer RC Wheelset: DT Swiss FR2150, 20mm front, 12x157mm rear Tyres: Bontrager G4 Team Issue, 27.5x2.35" Shifter: SRAM X9, 10 speed Derailleur: SRAM X0 type 2 short cage Crankset: Truvativ Descendent, 36t Chainguide: MRP G3 Cassette: SRAM PG1030, 11-26, 10 Speed Chain: KMC X10 Seatpost: Bontrager Rhythm Elite, 31.6mm Saddle: Bontrager Evoke 2 Handlebar: Bontrager Rhythm Elite, 780mm, 15mm rise Stem: Bontrager Direct Mount Headset: FSA Orbit E2, Sealed Brakeset: SRAM Code R, 200mm Front/180mm Rear SRAM Centerline rotors Weight is approx 37lbs with tubes and pedals Free shipping within the UK via tracked and insured courier Please PM me any questions Payment via paypal only
Ghostt RichardCunningham's article
Sep 3, 2016 at 3:38Sep 3, 2016
Stans Debuts S1 Affordable Wheel Range - Eurobike 2016
Finally! Hope this is a success, bike pricing has gotten ridiculous. Can all the other manufacturers please take note and start offering similar please?
Aug 12, 2016 at 10:36Aug 12, 2016
For sale is my 2015 Santa Cruz Nomad Frame Size is a large so suited to riders 5'9"+ Still in my opinion the defining Enduro bike. Incredibly capable, can be built up below 28lbs for all day epics or with a 180mm fork and coil shock for freeride/DH duties. One of the most capable bikes I have ever ridden, only selling because I recently bought a DH bike and can't afford to build it up and need to free up some funds for an upcoming Alps trip. The frame is in good condition. There are a few scratches which I have photographed clearly, however, the majority of the paint is pristine as the frame has had an inviframe kit on it from new until recently. Bearings have never been replaced and cycle smoothly with no play, but could probably benefit from being changed. It is also missing one of the small colletts that locks in the axle, however, they can be sourced easily. Please note this is frame only with no shock. Includes a Hope headset for tapered steerer, rear 180mm XTR brake adaptor, DT Swiss rear axle and Santa Cruz bolt up seat collar (not shown). BB Shown will be removed before shipping. Free P&P within the UK only, payment via Paypal only.
Ghostt scottsecco's article
May 13, 2016 at 14:07May 13, 2016
Cheers to the Chainsaw
Been mulling over this news since I found out. No words, such a loss for the sport and to see how much of an inspiration Stevie was for everyone, myself included, has been humbling. Will go shred for him tomorrow and hit all those things I've been worried about because life literally is too short. Cheers Stevie
Added 4 photos to DHX2
Apr 24, 2016 at 13:52Apr 24, 2016
Apr 24, 2016 at 13:50Apr 24, 2016
For Sale Brand new Fox DHX2 rear shock, in box Size 216x63mm/8.5x2.5 in. Includes 475lbs Superlight Steel Spring worth £120 and 22x8mm mounting hardware (fits Santa Cruz) Incredible rear shock. Used one on a Santa Cruz Nomad for a season and could not believe how good it is. Huge amount of adjustability, can be set up to pedal well yet dominate downhill sections. Great upgrade for anyone who wants to push their bike and themselves! Huge saving of £220, cheapest one online! Selling as it's a spare I no longer need. Payment via PayPal only, I will cover postage
Ghostt vernonfelton's article
Apr 22, 2016 at 14:16Apr 22, 2016
Are You Going Electric? - Pinkbike Poll
My 2 cents I find there to be something fundamentally wrong with plugging my bike into the socket in order for me to go ride. Just jars with what mountain biking is for me. Just me, the bike and the outdoors. Hell, I ride to escape technology not to use it...
Ghostt ollyforster's article
Dec 29, 2015 at 4:22Dec 29, 2015
Burgtec Penthouse Mk4 Pedals - Review
Been running these for a while now (switched back to spd's recently) and mightily impressed. Build quality is far beyond anything I've ridden. Biggest difference is they are tough as. Had a set of MagTi Vaults, lasted 2 weeks before the spindles were rattling in the pedal bodies. These have warded off strikes that left me thinking the worst, even the pins are all still intact! Buy cheap buy twice people.
Ghostt PBShareTheRide's article
Dec 13, 2015 at 13:47Dec 13, 2015
Share the Ride - Last Week to Donate
Call it growing up but today I realized that for less than the cost of the new back tire I need I was able to get a kid a new bike instead. That's pretty fucking cool. Thanks pinkbike for making this happen.