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Sep 15, 2019

Fox 32 Performance 27.5 100mm

$250 USD
This is my Fox 32 that I bought new for my last bike that I built up. It has QR dropouts, and not 15x100/110 so keep that in mind, it also has some scratches on the damper side stanchion, and also on the lowers on that side. I'm not super picky, and haven't noticed any drop in performance due to the scratching, and you could fix it with some black/clear nail polish if you felt like it (I didn't). The fork is close to needing a service I think, the intervals in the manual (which I'll include) say every 125hrs of riding should be the service interval. Before I got my new bike, I rode this fork pretty damn hard, and it did take a bit of a beating, I kinda need to sell so I can get some parts for my new bike after some problems came up. Steerer tube is cut to 8.5". I hope you'll consider buying this fork, Thanks! Here's a link that has info about the fork:

HSchenck mikelevy's article
Sep 8, 2019 at 17:19
Sep 8, 2019
SRAM to Introduce a $15 Universal Derailleur Hanger - Eurobike 2019
Didnt shimano try and pull this awhile ago with saint der's that bolted right on to their special axle
HSchenck danielsapp's article
Aug 31, 2019 at 10:30
Aug 31, 2019
US Secretary of the Interior Opens National Park Trails to eMTBs
@friendlyfoe: yeah, I guess that makes sense I know some people who have knee problems in the 65ish range that are very fit but cant really ride a "regular" mtb. Idk why they would tear up trails now that I think about it more, but one problem might be that local trail crews etc will start shutting down trails because they think of ebikes as more like dirtbikes and so we end up with less trails, and more people on mtbs
HSchenck danielsapp's article
Aug 30, 2019 at 19:35
Aug 30, 2019
US Secretary of the Interior Opens National Park Trails to eMTBs
I don't want to be controversial, but I feel like when people say ebikes get more people into the sport it really doesn't apply to anyone who actually wants to get into mtb because ebikes are crazy expensive, and the only way to progress is to get stronger which you won't do on an ebike. Also, wouldn't ebikes cause more damage to trails than regular bikes??
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