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Locotiki projectnortheast's article
Oct 24, 2018 at 8:26Oct 24, 2018
Video: Ryan St. Lawrence, USA's First Bucket Biker
Stoke is high on that one. Great job man!
Jun 15, 2018 at 13:30Jun 15, 2018
2015 Giant Liv Lust 2 cross country/trail bike. 100 mm travel front and rear. Fox fork and rear shock. Women's specific bike but it's basically the same as the Giant Anthem. Bike is in excellent shape had has had very little use. Purchase bike for my daughter who rode it very infrequently. I would be surprised if it had over 100 miles on it. 2x10 drivetrain. Upgraded parts: RaceFace Next carbon bars ODI Grips XT rear Derailleur Schwalbe Nobby Nic tires (mounted tubeless) Blackspire Pedals Rest of bike is stock. Full spec can be found here: https://www.liv-cycling.com/us/lust-2-2015 Bike will include original Liv saddle and Giant post if requested. Bike is in great shape and doesn't need anything that I'm aware of. Will ship to lower 48 at buyers expense.
Locotiki stevelloyd's article
Nov 17, 2017 at 8:06Nov 17, 2017
Kids Send Rampage-Sized Hucks in ‘Grompage’ - Video
As a parent of a child who rides at a similar level I can tell you that finding the balance between encouragement and risk avoidance is something I struggle with. I also want to echo what a few others have said in that most of the kids riding at this level spent a lot of time building up to it incrementally. One thing I've been impressed with here locally (and I hope this is going on elsewhere) is the level of support the kids have for one another. They get super amped to see one of their friends clean something for the first time and they are quick to understand and be supportive if someone passes and says they aren't feeling it. Although it happens, it's very rare that I ever see kids pressuring their fiends to try something above their ability or comfort level. If anything my experience has been that it is the opposite. Something else I've been impressed with my son and many of his friends is his ability to look at a feature and know right away if it's in his ability/comfort level and something he can do or something for another day. I've even watched him go through a jump line, looking really smooth to me, but pull out saying it didn't feel right. Obviously kids this age aren't going to have the same judgement that comes with age but, speaking for us, my son has been injured as well as witnessed his friends and family get injured and I can tell that is taken into account when he's eyeing something up. Still, as a parent it's tough dealing with the mixed feelings of pride and fear. As long as I see what I feel is good judgement on the part of my son I'm willing to let him do his thing within reason. We are exposed to risk everyday of our lives. I also believe that nothing worthwhile in this world comes without risk, fear, and hard work and I think this type of thing helps to show this to these kids. On a positive note, both my son and I loved the video and the photos. These kids are killing it! Keep it up and be safe!
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Sep 25, 2017 at 8:06Sep 25, 2017
Sep 25, 2017 at 8:05Sep 25, 2017
2017 RockShox Yari RC solo air 160mm travel,27.5, 15mm x 100mm spacing (non boost). Black on black. Fork was removed from bike before it was used so it's brand new and never been used. The steerer is cut at 6.5". Will ship to US only at buyers expense. Might consider straight trade or fork + cash for all mtn/downhill wheelset (27.5 non boost) if in good shape.
Aug 25, 2017 at 8:54Aug 25, 2017
24" Spank Spoon wheelset. Purchased new in August of last year for my 10 year old son's DH bike. Wheels are in good overall shape and spin smooth but could probably use a true. Front hub is 15mm x 100mm and rear is 12mm x 135mm. Spank offers parts to convert them to other sizes. Will include DT Swiss axle. I can include the Maxxis tires shown in picture if you want them but the rear is very worn. The front tire still has decent tread. Cassette and rotors shown in picture are not included. Will ship at buyers expense within the United States and Canada.
Aug 25, 2017 at 8:38Aug 25, 2017
Pike DJ set at 140mm. If you are looking for a 100mm fork it probably doesn't make sense to buy this. Fork was purchased new in August of 2016. I listed it as a 2015 as I can't remember if it was a leftover or not. It was used for less than a season. The tapered steerer is cut at 7 5/8" and the spacing is 15 x 100. There are marks on the lowers from normal use but the stanchions are scratch free. Getting a lot of questions about lowering the fork to 100mm. It can be done but would require purchasing a new air shaft kit. Because the damper is different on the DJ than the standard Pike you need to purchase the DJ specific kit. Aprox cost online seems to be around $135.00. Will ship at buyers expense within the United States and Canada.
Aug 25, 2017 at 7:56Aug 25, 2017
Fox Factory Float 32 fork currently set at 100mm travel. 15 x 100mm. Tapered steerer is cut to 7 3/8". Fork came on my son's bike and was purchased in December of 2014. I assume it's a 2014 model but it could be 2015. Fork was originally 150mm but we recently had it lowered to 100mm. This fork was used my my son for two seasons of riding. We ended up replacing the fork for him while this fork was out being serviced. We had originally planned to build up a xc/trail bike for him with this fork but our plans changed. The fork was sent back to Fox/Suspension Experts this past winter and they rebuilt it, lowered the travel to 100mm and installed a brand new compression cart. It has not be used since then. There are a few skuffs from normal use but the stanchions are fine. Will ship at buyers expense within the United States and Canada.
Locotiki peterjamo4's article
Aug 7, 2017 at 10:18Aug 7, 2017
Chris "Swiss" Raeber Flows Highland Mountain Bike Park - Video
Swiss and Peter killing it as usual! So good!
May 4, 2017 at 8:24May 4, 2017
Purchased new in 2014. 18” top tube. Single speed set up for dirt jumping but could be converted to geared for trail use. My son used it strictly as a dirt jumper. Bike is in good overall condition but has scuffs and some cable/heel rub from normal use. Some of the paint has flaked off the fork (could easily be touched up). The bike is very light and uses an air sprung Lil’ Shredder branded fork with rebound, compression, and lockout as well as a carbon crown and arch. I will install new grips before it’s sold. Everything works as it should but just due to its age I’m assuming the fork could use a rebuild (parts available from Lil Shredder). See bike spec in attached image. Not included in the build spec is the custom paint. The color is Stryker Orange over Sky White which gives it a very unique neon look. The bike can be seen/tested most weekends at Highland Mountain Bike Park or in Concord NH. I will ship at seller’s expense. Asking for $1000 but open to any reasonable offer.
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