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Dec 3, 2019 at 6:57
Dec 3, 2019

26" Full Suspension bike/frame (small/medium)

$300 USD
Looking for a 26" full suspension bike frame for trail riding (no DH bikes). I have a bunch of 26" parts, want to hang them on a frame for minimal cost. Examples of what I'm looking for: - Santa Cruz Blur - Cannondale rush/rize - Giant Anthem/Trance - Trek fuel - Intense VPP or tracer frames - etc...If you're curious if I'm interested, let me know what you have. I can deal with scratched and beat up, just not damaged. Stuff I'm not interested in: -cracked frame -BSO (bike shaped objects, like Huffy, roadmaster, magna, etc.) -oldish frames (think Proflex, manitou full sus frame, softride) Stuff I'm willing to trade: 16.5" on-one inbred from 2003ish vertical dropouts. Gold 2004 marzocchi marathon for 26" wheels 80mm travel in really good condition 7" steerer 26+ unmatched wheelset. Can send details if interested. 26 x 2.8 tires (WTB Ranger wire bead) 27.5 wheelset (see ad here: https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2620460/) 35mm Raceface low riser handlebar Cash Raceface Turbine forged crank arms square taper 175mm (used, two sets, red and raw aluminium) Yes I am asking for a cheap frame and being picky about it, if that bothers you, go ride your bike.

Km303 sarahmoore's article
Nov 7, 2019 at 13:10
Nov 7, 2019
Consumers Threaten to Boycott Backcountry.com as Retailer Sues Businesses for Using the Term ‘Backcountry’
@dhx42:The private equity comment was meant to be separate. I know the difference between publicly traded and PE firms, and even publicly traded PE firms. I know there are good and bad PE firms depending on their objectives, but my opinion is that there are some brands that market themselves as independent and out to make the world a better place when behind the scenes they are just another corporate entity in someones portfolio who is out to make the most money possible regardless of the social consequences. also, sometimes brand loyalty is a farce (see giro and bell).
Km303 sarahmoore's article
Nov 6, 2019 at 13:50
Nov 6, 2019
Consumers Threaten to Boycott Backcountry.com as Retailer Sues Businesses for Using the Term ‘Backcountry’
see their complete portfolio here: http://www.tsgconsumer.com/portfolio Wish there was a simple database where I could see who owns the companies I purchase from. In the consumer world you can visit this site: https://wikibuy.com/blog/11-companies-that-own-everything-904b28425120 Other conglomerates I know that operate in the cycling world: Pon holdings - Santa Cruz and Cervelo Dorel - GT, Cannondale, etc... Accell - Raleigh, Haibike Regent LP - Diamondback, redline, Mavic L Catterton - Pinarello (not mtn bikes, but still a big conglomerate all the same) Vista Outdoor - Giro, Bell Camelbak UWHK Ltd - Niner, Huffy, Sram - ALl of their brands (including rockshox) Hayes performance - Hayes, manitou, sunringle, reynolds, answer, protaper Im sure there's more. Private equity owns everything behind the scenes.
Km303 jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 26, 2019 at 13:05
Sep 26, 2019
UCI Working With Zwift to Launch Cycling E-Sports World Championships in 2020
Uci gets involved means ruined. UCI = unbelievable cycling incompetence.
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Sep 17, 2019 at 4:05
Sep 17, 2019
Selling
Sep 15, 2019 at 20:55
Sep 15, 2019

2009 xfusion velvet (maybe)

$20 USD
Please read this before sending me a message: I do not want to ship this fork. It is not worth my time. If you want me to ship the fork, you have to make it worth my time. The cost of shipping is: You have to fly me, first class, from Boston to wherever you are. I will hand deliver the fork. Unless you agree to that (I may settle for business class), the fork will not be shipped. I have a xfusion fork from maybe 2009 I’m guessing. It’s black most the stickers were removed by the previous owner so I have no idea what model it is. It’s just siting in my basement, and Marie Kondo says if something doesn’t bring me joy, I should throw that shit out (or something like that, I only watched half of a show, I gave up when she started folding clothes.) It’s an air fork, it holds air and generally works, could probably use a rebuild, but that doesn’t bring me joy either. Steer tube is whatever the picture shows it is. I have a bunch of bike stuff I don’t use any more so I’m giving stuff away essentially, the only catch is that I’m not shipping anything. You want it, you gotta haul your ass to Boston area to get it. Alternately, I will be in Maine in November, so if you live somewhere between Boston and Portland, I can meet you along the way. Other stuff I have but no longer bring me joy (pm me for pics), make me any offer (even unreasonable ones!) 2x wtb 26x2.8 wire bead ranger tires, mounted, never ridden - make me an offer over $10 Fuji bikes 26” disc wheel set with alexdp17 rims- $20 700c forte front road wheel (no skewer) - free Gold On-one inbred steel frame (26” wheels, vertical dropouts, straight headtube, will come with headset and seatpost) - $50

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Aug 8, 2019 at 10:02
Aug 8, 2019
Selling
Aug 8, 2019 at 10:01
Aug 8, 2019

27.5 wheelset HALO, specialized. QR

$50 USD
First off, I don't want to ship these. If you want me to ship them it will cost you whatever the price is to fly me business class to wherever you are with the wheels. I will personally deliver them if you are willing to pay for my ticket. Second: Price, make me an offer, or an interesting trade. $50 is a guideline, that's about how much I value these, if you can tell me a story that I value at $50, you can get them for free, or you can trade me a blender, or a giant pack of toilet paper, I don't care, just help me give these wheels to you. I also accept cash. What: A wheelset I built up when 27.5 was new to the world. The hubs spin smooth and the rims are straight without any dents, bends, etc. No skewers because I lost them somehow. Rims: Halo Vapour Rims 21mm internal width, round. Looks like Halo still sells these, google halo vapour rims Front hub: DT Hugi Hayes hub that is Swiss made. I don’t know if this means a swiss person made it in Taiwan or if a gnome made it while enjoying the view on the slopes of the Matterhorn, it just says “Swiss made” on the hub, like I imagine Jolanda Neff and Nino Schurter have tattooed on their backsides. QR 9mm. If you don't know what this means please don't tell me, it will make me feel old. Spokes: Probably wheelsmith, maybe dt swiss, honestly, whatever was a cheap spoke at Danscomp and whether I was in my weight weenie period of life. I don’t know if their straight gauge, single butted or double butted, you’re double butted for even thinking about asking. Rear hub: Came new on my specialized mountain bike way back in 2011. I rode it for a bit, then upgraded to a hub that made more noise, was 50 grams lighter and exploded a few months later. Wish I had kept the specialized hub. It has dots on it and doesn’t fit any of these newfangled microspline XD cassettes, so if you really really need that 10T small cog, you’re SOL, settle for the 11 or learn to be disappointed. QR 9mm ( I think, rear QR always confused me, probably how I lost the skewers) Nipples: brass because aluminum nipples are stupid

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Aug 8, 2019 at 9:29
Aug 8, 2019
Selling
Aug 8, 2019 at 9:28
Aug 8, 2019

three 27.5 xc tires (maxxis, vee rubber)

$2 USD
Lot Of three 27.5 Tires (Maxxis, Vee). These are all fast rolling narrower 27.5 tires. They would work well on 650b gravel bikes. I no longer have a 27.5 bike so there tires are useless to me. If you're local (boston area) I'll trade for a 29" or 700c x 35 or above tires. Tell me what you got. *SOLD* 1. Schwalbe racing Ralph 27.5x2.25 tire evo Ed tle. Very little use. Folding *SOLD* 2. Maxxis crossmark 27.5x2.1 tubeless ready mounted, used for one ride. Folding 3. (2) vee rubber master blaster 27.5x2.1 tubeless ready. One has more use than the other, see picture for details and both and have tubeless residue on inside. Folding Honestly if you want to come pick them up, I’ll probably give them to you for free, or whatever you want to trade them for.

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