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HMBA106 DUB-DAWG's video
Dec 24, 2016 at 23:45
Dec 24, 2016
That ender clip though...

HMBA106 darcyv's photo
Jul 18, 2016 at 5:44
Jul 18, 2016
Why Darc?

HMBA106 darcyv's photo
Jun 30, 2016 at 18:08
Jun 30, 2016
All time!!

HMBA106 darcyv's photo
Jun 30, 2016 at 18:06
Jun 30, 2016
Wow. Awesome shot Darc

HMBA106 stevemokan's article
Mar 26, 2016 at 2:00
Mar 26, 2016
Pick Your Poison in Sedona
Chill man, I thought it was funny
HMBA106 calledtocreation's article
Feb 7, 2016 at 22:49
Feb 7, 2016
Fontana Southridge USA 2016 - Round Three DH Finals
Idk if squid lidding is against UCI dh rules, (like skinsuits) but if it ever becomes a thing in the world cup for riders trying to be more aerodynamic, imma be disappointed
HMBA106 norcobicycles's article
Nov 26, 2015 at 19:43
Nov 26, 2015
Jay Hoots: The Legend - Video
Jay is just such a great guy. Simple as that
HMBA106 paulaston's article
Oct 10, 2015 at 8:41
Oct 10, 2015
EVOC Stage 12L Team Pack - Review
It looks like a good pack, but I'm skeptical of the size. In my experience, (with a similar 12L Dakine Drafter) 12l is too big for a regular after-work ride, as all I'm really gonna bring is a hard shell, tools, water and sunglasses. For big all day rides, 12L has proven to be too small, as I want to pack all of the above plus a first aid kit, insulating layer, food (at least 1 meal), emergency gear, and any navigational stuff. On those days I've wanted ay least an 18L pack. But hey, every so often I'm out on a ride and 12L seems like a good size. So I guess it depends a lot on your riding style, and packing style for that matter. Thoughts?
Oct 8, 2015 at 9:08
Oct 8, 2015

Banshee Wildcard Custom Build (Price dropped again!!)

$1200 CAD
Well, I'm putting my Wildcard up for sale. The Wildcard was, (no longer in production) listed by Banshee as a slopestyle/freeride rig. With the build I have on it, I would classify it as a slopestyle/all mountain bike. This frame was purchased new in the summer of 2011, built up over the following winter, and has been one of my two bikes since then. It jumps with stability and agility, is light and efficient enough to pedal, and can definitely handle most downhill. The frame has adjustable rear travel, (5 or 6.5 inches) and the front fork is a Fox Talas 36. The ability to adjust both front and rear travel, and geometry make it an incredibly versatile bike. This bike absolutely shreds bike park trails like Dirt Merchant and Coastal Cruise, but is also well suited to your average trail ride. To put it simply, look at it as an enduro bike that gives up a little bit of climbing ability in exchange for an awesome ride while jumping. It's a niche bike in that it works well in so many different areas. Some quick notes about the bike: -The frame has seen use for four full seasons, but still has lots of life left. -The bike has been well cared for and maintained, and always stored inside. -The frame is in good shape, with some cosmetic scratches and paint chips. -Approximate weight: 32 lbs -Price includes extra pivot hardware and spare derailleur hanger. Parts Spec: (And when the component first went on the bike) -Rear Shock: 2011 Fox DHX Air 5.0 (Purchased new w/ frame summer 2011) A versatile shock. Smooth, consistent, and reliable. Serviced in the spring of 2014. -Fork: 2010 Fox TALAS 36 RC2 (Spring 2012) Insanely reliable yet lightweight. Smooth, consistent feel that handles the big hits really well. The aforementioned TALAS still works perfectly, and aids in making this bike so versatile. 160-130-100mm of travel, rebound, high and low speed compression adjustment, air sprung, tapered steerer tube. Cosmetic chip on lower leg, stanchions are in great shape. Serviced in the spring of 2014 although it didn't really even need it. -Wheelset: 2011 Mavic Crossmax SX (Spring 2012) Light and stiff. Keeping these guys tuned prefectly requires a little bit of work but when they're in the right hands, they're a killer wheelset. 20mm front and 135 mm QR rear hub. -Crankset: 2009 Truvativ Hussefelt Crankarms w/ Howitzer threaded BB (Spring 2012) These guys came off my previous bike. Ridiculously durable and strong. Pretty heavy though. Still running smoothly. -Handlebar: 2012 Answer Protaper DH expert. (Summer 2012) 780mm. Stiff, durable, and heavy. Some cosmetic scratches and paint wear. -Stem: 2009 Bontrager Big Earl. (Summer 2012) Came off of my previous bike. Durable and heavy. 50mm long, 31.8mm clamping diameter. -Grips: Sensus DISISDABOSS (Spring 2014) Andreu Lacondeguy signature lock ons. Starting to wear a bit and the right grip has a slight amount of play in the grip-clamp interface. -Brakes: 2013 Shimano SLX (Spring 2013) Like most Shimano brakes, durable with a great lever feel. Reliable and strong enough. Front pads replaced spring 2015, rear pads replaced spring 2014. -Rotors: Shimano (Spring 2014) 8" front and rear for extra power. -Shifter: Shimano ZEE (Fall 2013) 10 speed. Works well. -Derailleur: Shimano SLX (Spring 2015) 10 speed, medium cage, shadow + clutch technology. -Cassette: SRAM PG-1050 (Fall 2013) 11-36t. 10 speed. -Chain: SRAM PC-1051 (Fall 2015) Pretty much brand new. Running Strong. -Chainring: Race Face Narrow Wide (Summer 2014) 32t. Never dropped a chain. -Bashguard: Gamut (Spring 2012) Guards against bashes. -Pedals: N/A -Headset: Cane Creek 40 (Spring 2012) Zero stack top cup, and regular external lower bearing. Tapered set up in a straight 1.5" frame. -Seatpost: Race Face Ride (Spring 2012) Still long enough to climb due to the uninterrupted seat tube in the frame. -Saddle: SDG Bel-Air (Spring 2013) Comfy, time-tested design. Creaks a little bit at the rails. -Front Tire: Specialized Purgatory (Spring 2015) S-works edition. 2.3" wide. -Rear Tire: Specialized Eskar (Fall 2015) 2.3" wide. Armadillo flat protection. I'm currently living in Hinton, but am willing to travel a reasonable distance to meet potential buyers. Will consider all reasonable offers

HMBA106 HMBA106's photo
Sep 15, 2015 at 17:36
Sep 15, 2015
They're good! Not tons of power or fancy adjustments, but they work well. I run em with 8" rotors, and they pack enough power for me.Great lever feel too, plus they're durable and super easy to bleed.

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