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Dec 6, 2018 at 19:59
Dec 6, 2018

Stumpjumper FSR XT Roval Carbon Wheels

$1900 CAD
Frame: 2012 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR 29 Fork: Fox 34 Factory TALAS 140mm-110 CTD. Serviced by Suspensionwerx with low friction seals, flow divider and custom tune. Rear Shock: Fox/Specialized RP23 Kashima air shock 130mm travel serviced and tuned by Suspensionwerx Crank:XO Carbon 175mm with 34T XX1 ring Cassette-Shimano XT with 40T OneUp expander cog Rear Derailleur: M785 XT Rear Shifter: XT Brakes: Shimano M785 XT Front Rotor: Shimano XT 180mm Rear Rotor: Shimano XT 160mm Wheel Set: Roval Traverse SL Carbon Non-boost (but can be converted with Roval Kit) Rear Tire: Specialized Ground Control 2.2 Front Tire: Specialized Purgatory 2.3 Bars: Race Face Atlas Stealth 760mm wide Stem: Specialized Stem Grips: Specialized Sip Grip Dropper Post: Rockshox Reverb 125mm Seat: Specialized Henge Pedals: none If you want more pictures, have any questions. or want to discuss price don't hesitate to contact me.

JTepic jamessmurthwaite's article
Nov 27, 2018 at 8:55
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JTepic mikelevy's article
Oct 25, 2018 at 10:58
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First Look: Trust Performance's $2,700 Carbon Fiber Linkage Fork
@hamncheez: I have, on a fat bike I demoed on snow. Was impressive for its intended purpose in that application but would likely not work for my style of riding on anything but. I'm not saying the performance of the Lauf, which had relatively insignificant market penetration, will lead to acceptance. I'm saying this is the psychology of something new not being accepted on a wide scale until it has been seen for a certain number of times by the masses. Everyone here now knows what a Lauf is and that it is a "viable" design concept regardless of peoples opinions about its performance. This will open the door for acceptance of a certain look or style of product if improvements have been made to the first-to-market version of said product. Everyone laughed when I first started using the original Samsung Galaxy Note in 2012, holding their iPads to their heads and pretending to dial them. That size phone is pretty much standard and now everyone mocks my Luddite iPhone SE. Truth: I just like being an attention whore at the trail head. LOL
JTepic mikelevy's article
Oct 25, 2018 at 7:09
Oct 25, 2018
First Look: Trust Performance's $2,700 Carbon Fiber Linkage Fork
This, unlike past efforts, will be accepted because...Lauf. They made a decent product that did "ok" in the market and they will have blazed a trail of acceptability for this form factor. Current composite design and manufacturing technology is a game changer. I'll be in line for one of these because I like trying new tech and don't mind the risks of early adoption.
JTepic PROPAIN-Bicycles's article
Oct 19, 2018 at 16:01
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Video: Ben Reid Sends it Sideways on Two and Four Wheels
@mwclemen: I would have upvoted it, but it was slightly inaccurate because Reid didn't lose it, hammer a centre median and then ricochet off into a crowd of people in tank tops who are either laughing, filming it or both. Car guy here...
JTepic molowko's article
Aug 6, 2018 at 9:00
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Fake news. It has 29" inch wheels. Can't be done.
JTepic jebcas's article
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Dude in the first pic lmeans business....
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JTepic danielsapp's article
Jul 9, 2018 at 7:24
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Review: Kona Satori DL
Rode one of these in Quebec at Camp Fortune on a demo day. I was all jazzed based on the description of it's intended purpose by the Kona rep. What a letdown. The bike just felt odd everywhere except pedaling up a steep fire road, thanks to that STA. Struggled to clear features on technical climbs that were easy my personal 2012 Stumpy FSR 29er with a Fox 34 140mm. The Tomahawk on the rear was pretty terrible too. Hopped on a Process 153 Al right after and oddly it climbed better, descended wayyy better (obviously) and was just generally easier to ride on that type of rocky/rooty/muddy terrain. After riding the Process, I started looking for a more gravity oriented bike.
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Jun 21, 2018
Video: Whistler Bike Park's Grandest of Openings
I had to watch that video the first time with the sound off. It’s nine thousand and eleven and one half times better with that music.
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