Rode in Mt. Saint Helens. view ridelog
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Rode in Rossland Range. view ridelog
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2014/15 Specialized Stumpjumper EVO 29er - Custom build from frame - Flat Gray with Orange - gorgeous Arguably the best bike Specialized ever made - great climber, amazing descender - Drivetrain - Shimano XT - 2x10 - Brakes - XT (upgraded 2017) - Rotors - 180/165 - Fork - Fox Factory Float CTD Fork with Kashima - 160mm travel - Shock - Fox Factory Float CTD developed for Specialized with Kashima- 140mm travel - Upgraded Easton Haven Bars 170mm with ODI lock on thin grips - Specialized adjustable seat post - not working consistently - Maxxis High Roller II - 29/2.30 (lots of life left) - Roval Carbon Wheels - need to replace one wheel (good for one more season of riding). -no pedals and no seat. - all reasonable offers considered. This bike is great and ready to ride!
GirlOutside OregonEnduro's article
Mar 10, 2014 at 10:34Mar 10, 2014
Santa Cruz Bicycles and Bell Helmets Sponsor Oregon Enduro Series - Registration Now Open
While not perfect - these guys are always improving and moving in the right direction. I've always felt that the OES team is approachable and open for suggestions to make the participant experience a great one. In my past life, I've been involved in all levels of races from small community events like Boggs Mountain to unsanctioned illegal races to large scale events like Sea Otter, World Cup and the Northstar Series - so I've seen first-hand the logistics puzzle that putting on these events can become. I feel that Devon and his team really focus on improvement and learning from every race - and even from every stage. With all of the updates they will implement on from last year - I think this year will be a ton of fun and worth every penny. There isn't a line-up of race directors to come in and take the place of OES - so if we want to race, the athlete community needs to support these events...or they go away. It's a labor of love....they aren't making millions putting on this event and they give up their whole summer to make the OES happen. Hope to see you all out there this season - It'll be a good one!