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Jul 9, 2019 at 11:50
Jul 9, 2019
Review: Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30
After 3 months on the Altitude C50 I can offer the following comments on Ride-9: It find it is really is 3 positions x 3 BB & 3 Shock firmness adjustments. Steep - Medium - Slack High - Medium - Lower Stiff (sits higher until medium hits) - Default (\small hits get shock working). - Softer (squishy and compliant) Primarily this means you don't need to add volume spacers to my DPX2 to adjust the shock. You can adjust the Ride-9 setting. It is also worth noting that the DPX2 compression switch works very well on this bike and further adapts the suspension curve while riding. I use it all the time. (mostly trail rides) I run mine in the #9 position for pedally trails up and down trails and #3 or #1for lift riding. Anyone can adjust the chips on the trail or in the parking lot so I disagree that it's too complex for most riders. It's easy to experiment and riders find what they like. I LOVE the system. Makes my previous Yeti seem like a 1 trick pony. On a separate note, my bike came with a 34 front ring which is essentially useless for trail riding. With the SRAM 11 x50t GX Eagle, only the top 3 gets map even close to a 1x10 drivetrain so the 12 speeds do not give you any extra gears. I suggest dropping to either a 32 (that's what I'm using now) or a 30. A 32t ring will give you one extra easier gear for low-end power. Using a 30 front ring gives you 2+ easier gears, and means that your active gears are mid way in the cassette where the spacig is closer between the cogs for more efficient changes. If you are pedalling a lot in XC mode, run the 30. (counterintuitive I know) M.
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Thomson Elite Dropper Post

$250 CAD
Thomson Elite External Dropper 125mm Drop 30.9mm diameter Complete with new lever and mounting kit. Used 2 seasons. A few scratches on the body and collar. A little play in the seat. The only dropper I have never destroyed. Works perfectly all winter. More details: https://www.bikethomson.com/product/elite-external-dropper/

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TREK Slash 7

$1300 CAD
2012 Trek Slash 7 - 17.5” frame Purchased new 2013 as a backup bike and for park riding. Used 5 to 10 times per season max. Mint condition. One or two surface nicks. Not used last season so she needs a new home. Frame & Fork: Aluminum w/ABP Convert, Full Floater, E2 tapered head tube, AngleSet compatible, internal control routing, Stealth seatpost routing, alloy EVO Link, Mino Link, replaceable derailleur hanger, 160mm travel 160mm Lyrik Air fork 35mm stanchions. Wheels: Formula DC51 20mm alloy front hub, Shimano M525 alloy rear hub; Bontrager Duster Disc, 32-hole rims Tyres: 2.35” Maxxis Minions (rear is half life, front is 3/4) Also includes 2.5” DH Nevegal and High Roller Drivetrain: SRAM X7, 10 speed shifters. SRAM X7, direct mount front derailleur. SRAM X9 rear derailleur. SRAM S1200, 38/24 2x crank with bash guard. SRAM PG-1030 11-36, 10 speed cassette. Flat pedals (can’t remember what brand) Brakes: Avid Elixir 5 hydraulic disc brakes. New rear pads. Components: Bontrager Evoke 2 saddle, chromoly rails Bontrager Rhythm Elite, 31.6mm, zero offset (cut down a bit) Handlebars Bontrager Rhythm Elite, 31.8mm, 15mm rise, 9 degree sweep Bontrager Rhythm Pro, 31.8mm stem Ergon grips. Headset: FSA NO.57E, E2, ACB sealed bearings Will ship. Cost to be negotiated.

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Cane Creek DROPT Dropper Post Remote Lever

$50 CAD
Cane Creek DROPT Dropper Post Remote Lever Super smooth lever with bearing pivot. Full adjustable for position and throw. Only used for a few weeks last season.

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Mar 31, 2019 at 15:13
Mar 31, 2019

Cane Creek DBAIR IL + OPT Remote Switch

$225 CAD
2018 Cane Creek DBAIR IL Rear Rear Shock 8.5" x 2.5"(length x stoke) 22mm front and rear IGUS eye mounting hardware. 1 season of riding on it. 60 hours run time after last service. Cane Creek OPT handlebar remote (+$20.00) to control the climb switch to rim up the rear shock. Fits Santa Cruz Nomad 2 & 3, Yeti SB6 and SB66c, many others. (please check your frame, I don't know them all) Love this thing. Only selling because it does not fit my new bike. Features: Twin-tube independent compression and rebound in two high-speed and four low-speed damping circuits 4-way independent adjustment: High speed compression Low speed compression High speed rebound Low speed rebound Climb Switch On/off Shipping may be extra based on location

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