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G-Form Elbow and Knee / Shin Pads

$75 CAD
G-Form body armor, never crashed so... as new - for less than half retail. - Legs are size L - Elbows are size M

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Haibike Xduro Full Seven RX

$2000 CAD
2015 Haibike Xduro Full Seven RX Purchased new in 2016 I've put just 5050 km on it. It's beautiful to look at but I just don't ride it. I rode it barely five times in 2020 and about that in 2019. I'm selling it now because I'm moving out of the country soon. Otherwise I'd keep it for the odd ride. Key points: - Of the 5000 km most were street and Pacific Spirit Park (UBC) / Stanley Park type easy - on the frame - rides. I doubt even 500 km were on Bobsled (25 runs) and Half Nelson (10 runs). - It has never been crashed. The face of each quick release has light scratching. The rest of the bike is in pretty much new condition. - It has five upgrades since passing 4000 km: - the battery to 500 watts from 400 watts - the cassette to a SunRace MX3 10 Speed Shimano - SRAM MTB Cassette - the fork to a RockShox Revelation 150 mm - which raises the XC geometry by 30 mm - the seat to a slightly padded one. The original xc seat is included and was barely used - the tires to Schwalbe Rock Razor Evo MTB Tyre - SnakeSkin (rear) and Schwalbe Hans Dampf Evo MTB Tyre - SnakeSkin (front) There are five assist modes: off, eco, tour, sport, turbo. Sticking to eco mode only - which adds torque equal to about half of your exertion - a rider of about 185 pounds ready-to-ride should get about 25 km + per each of the five bars that indicate charge level. That's riding around Vancouver's flats and hills. Of the other modes tour matches the effort you put in, sport doubles it, and turbo more than doubles it - to the point that the only limitation to climbing is grip and keeping the front wheel down. There is an excellent review of this exact bike here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrk7ZqmMtJs I'm hoping to get $2000 or close to it. A non-powered bike equipped with the same parts would cost $4000 or more nowadays yes? Get this almost-like-new electric assist MTB, priced at over $7000 in its model year, for less than half price.

Jul 21, 2017 at 0:59
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JELB Sarsbot's video
Jun 30, 2017 at 3:36
Jun 30, 2017
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Ha ha. Life of Brian. Great movie and great theme song. lol.

JELB sitobello's video
Jun 30, 2017 at 3:34
Jun 30, 2017
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Nice vid. Is that thumping sound your heart beating?

Jun 23, 2017 at 2:42
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Jun 23, 2017 at 1:51
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JELB MountainDreamz's video
Jun 13, 2017 at 15:30
Jun 13, 2017
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Thanks for the upload. Heard you groan/grunt two or three times. Makes me wonder what this 57 year old newb to mountain biking would feel hitting those spots. lol. Still... I might give it a go.

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