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HMBA106 dariodigiulio's article
Mar 4, 2024 at 8:49
15 hours
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: What Fenders Pinkbike's Editors Actually Use
@dariodigiulio: Dario, a rare dismissal of function on your part. I prefer my cheeks to be as dry as possible.
Selling
Mar 3, 2024 at 13:39
1 day

TREK Fuel EX 8 M/L

$3300 CAD
Selling my TREK Fuel EX 8. This bike has been ridden for one year and just received a tune-up and a bunch of brand new parts. Size M/L fits riders 5'8"-5'11". Can also sell as a mullet or as is with a 27.5" rear wheel if you're so inclined. The frame has "glovebox" storage which is a really nice feature and is in good shape overall. It also has a few cosmetic paint blemishes because it's a mountain bike. Specs: Fork: 150mm Fox Rhythm 36 - just received new air spring and lower leg service, not ridden since. Rear Shock: Fox Float X Performance - Upgraded with LSC dial so it's essentially a performance elite. The shock could use a service at some point - this is the only component that may need some TLC. Headset: Brand new bearings. Cockpit: Bontrager Line saddle, stem, grips and bar(780mm). Bar, saddle and grips are essentially new. Brakes: Shimano SLX 4-piston with 203mm RT66 rotors. Brakes were bled and received new pads in November. Current pads (metallic) have ~75% life. Front lever is XT. Tires: Brand new Bontrager XR5 front and rear. Wheels: Bontrager Line Comp 30. Rear wheel has only been ridden a few months and only with Cushcore Pro installed, so it's in great shape. Front rim is in great shape. BB: Shimano Threaded, replaced in November. Drivetrain: Shimano XT rear derailleur, shifter, and chain. Deore Cassette. SLX cranks/chainring. Chain, cassette, and chainring are all brand new. Seatpost: Trans-X 150mm - essentially new since I rode this bike with a longer drop post for the last year.

Selling
Mar 3, 2024 at 8:18
2 days

OneUp Dropper V2 34.9mm 210mm

$150 CAD
Selling dropper, see specs above. Post and cable head barrel only. Bought new in Spring 2023. Serviced 2 months ago, running smooth. Pics to come once PB is working again.

HMBA106 mattbeer's article
Feb 8, 2024 at 8:34
Feb 8, 2024
Burning Question: Where Do Wheel Component Manufacturers Stand on Tire Inserts?
@j-t-g: Same haha, hence the comment. I am skeptical of the notion that the world's best are somehow still smooth enough to the point where they're easier on parts then us average Joes. I mean at a certain point higher speed means harder impacts. Certainly willing to be proven wrong, however, and perhaps riding style is the biggest determinant.
HMBA106 mattbeer's article
Feb 7, 2024 at 12:35
Feb 7, 2024
Burning Question: Where Do Wheel Component Manufacturers Stand on Tire Inserts?
Yes, but how long did a set of wheels last him? One race? Would be curious to know...
HMBA106 dariodigiulio's article
Jan 29, 2024 at 8:41
Jan 29, 2024
Review: Norco Fluid FS Carbon - A Comfortable Companion
I partly agree, but good luck with finding a 130/140mm bike at 27lbs around this price point that you can actually ride downhill reasonably hard.
HMBA106 seb-stott's article
Dec 8, 2023 at 12:15
Dec 8, 2023
Pinkbike Poll: What's The Least Awful Word That Means 'Not An E-Bike'?
Meat engines, meat bikes - love 'em both. Funny, short, and accurate!
HMBA106 brianpark's article
Dec 8, 2023 at 8:01
Dec 8, 2023
Mike Levy's Last Podcast
I won’t pretend to know Mike, but it seems like one of the big reasons for his success is that he was never afraid to be himself. We have appreciated his willingness to be wrong about things, stir the pot, make bad jokes, and everything else over the years. I remember being a grom 15ish years ago, watching Mike on tech Tuesday, being so full of stoke for the sport. The cool thing is that hopefully with this decision, he seems to be sticking with the trend, in doing what feels right and following his own path. Best of luck to ya Mike, see ya on the trails!
HMBA106 mikekazimer's article
Nov 15, 2023 at 8:27
Nov 15, 2023
Review: 2024 Fox Float Factory Shock
How do we (reviewers and educated readers) feel about shock reviews? Based on my limited understanding, there are so many factors including most notably tune, and frame kinematic which affect rear suspension performance. How do the seemingly minute differences between different shocks factor into the equation? Would love to spark some thoughtful conversation here, I know it’s a tough ask…
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