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Apr 29, 2019 at 13:01Apr 29, 2019
Apr 29, 2019 at 13:00Apr 29, 2019
Up for sale is my wife's barely used Cannondale Habit 2 SE Carbon 27.5. The SE model of the habit is a little beefed up from the standard models. It get's an extra 10mm of suspension up front and meatier tires. Awesome build overall with Rockshox suspension front and Fox rear, SRAM eagle 12x drivetrain, SRAM Guide brakes, Raceface dropper, Maxxis rubber. The bike is a quick and snappy ride, great pedaler and feels like it has more than it's 120mm of rear travel (130 front) My wife had 2 bikes and did more park riding last summer so this one didn't see a lot of use. I'd say she did between 5 and 10 1-2 hour rides on it. It is in perfect condition. Full Spec Below Frame Habit 27.5, 120mm, BallisTec Carbon, Carbon Link, SmartForm C1 Alloy swingarm, PF30, Flat Mount Brake, Pivoting Der Hanger, 1.5 Si headtube Fork RockShox Pike RC 130mm, Solo Air Spring, Charger Damper BOOST 110x15, Maxle Stealth, 46mm offset Rear Shock Fox Float DPS Performance EVOL SV, 3 Position Adjust Rims WTB Frequency Race i29 TCS 27.5, Tubeless Ready, 29mm Inner Hubs HollowGram, 110x15 Front, 142x12mm Thru Axle Rear, DT-Swiss Internals, 28h Spokes DT Swiss Competition, Straight Pull Tires Maxxis DHF 27.5x2.3", 3C Compound, Tubeless Ready front, Ardent 27.5x2.25" Tubeless Ready rear, gumwall Pedals Not included Crank TRUVATIV DESCENDANT Eagle 7K Bottom Bracket Cannondale Alloy PressFit30 Chain SRAM GX Eagle w/ Powerlock, 12-speed Rear Cogs SRAM 1275 Eagle 10-50t, 12-speed Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle, 12-speed Shifters SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed Trigger Handlebar Cannondale C3 riser, Alloy, 4° upsweep, 9° backsweep, 760x15mm Grips Cannondale Lock-On Stem Cannondale C1, 6061 Alloy, 60mm, 31.8, 5° Headset Cannondale HeadShok Si Brakes SRAM Guide R, 180/180mm, Centerline Rotors Saddle Fabric Scoop Shallow Elite Seatpost RaceFace Aeffect Dropper, 31.6mm, 125/150mm travel.
Dec 30, 2018 at 7:02Dec 30, 2018
Mar 21, 2018 at 3:28Mar 21, 2018
First Ride: 2019 RockShox Lyrik RC2
@dualsuspensiondave: they both came as 160 and I opened them both to put in a 170 air shaft. Re lubed all the rings and put in proper lower fluid
Mar 20, 2018 at 10:48Mar 20, 2018
First Ride: 2019 RockShox Lyrik RC2
So my current 2018 feels like garbage off the top compared to the 2017 it replaced. Way more sticky. The 2017 was a 2 position. Maybe a one off thing, maybe I'm crazy but makes me wonder since the 2018 had a 1 year run and spare parts from rs were super limited. Maybe they knew it was junk from the get go but couldn't get this new one done in time for market. Anyone know if there was any internal difference in the 17 2 step and 18 debonair that could validate what I felt?
Feb 27, 2018 at 10:51Feb 27, 2018
Feb 10, 2018 at 9:43Feb 10, 2018
KRad2000 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 25, 2018 at 8:56Jan 25, 2018
Tech Talks: Handlebar Trimming 101, Presented by Park Tool – Video
holding a shop vac under where you are cutting will save you a mess
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Jan 17, 2018 at 9:28Jan 17, 2018
Here's My Zerode Taniwha Test Bike - Tell Me What You Want to Know
How do you say the name? Seriously How bad is the drag? Can you get used to stopping pedaling to shift? Any news on a trigger shifter?
Dec 17, 2017 at 21:28Dec 17, 2017
Race Face Turbine R Wheels - Review
I had a turbine r (rear wheel) on my bike for about 6 months with tons of shuttling and some really rough terrain in Peru and Ecuador as well as bike park riding in oregon and they have been by far hands down the toughest rim I have ever had (never messed with carbon). The Bontrager Line Comp that came on the bike was dented so badly that it was impossible to get spoke tension on several spokes in a matter of rides. I put this on and my problem of denting rims all the time was gone. But with that came a new problem. Instead of the rim folding the tire will cut because these rims will not give. After 3 or more pinch flats (pinched tire, not tube) and next to zero visable damage to the rim, I started running an insert and they have been awesome since. I would say inserts are mandatory with these wheels. The hub has been incredible as well. After a sloppy muddy wet season riding a ton in Ecuador I recently pulled the hub apart to clear and lube the freehub and there was next to no gunk or grime in there. It was unbelievable. The only clean bearings on the whole bike I found during an overhaul were the ones in this wheel. Nearly same age bontrager front hub bearing are super dry and crunchy sounding. The vault hub is buttery smooth and freewheels better after the use. Did seem to freewheel not so freely at first but has broken in well. I have since sold the bike and bought a set of I9 enduro s's for the new ride and proceeded to fold the rim through the sidewall into the rim bed on the second ride completely destroying the tubeless seal. The i9 rim is like puddy compared to the turbine.