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Sep 11, 2019 at 15:27Sep 11, 2019
Sep 6, 2019 at 13:26Sep 6, 2019
Another season of riding has come to an end and so it is time to sell my gravel bike in order to make room for some more incoming bikes in the new year. This bike is incredibly versatile and fun and all types of terrain and I have set it up 4 different ways for my needs/adventures. It rips gravel and feels confident on some light mountain bike trails and whilst being quite efficient on the road - only about 3km/h slower than my carbon road racing bike. Mounting points in abundance to accommodate fender, a rack, and whatever the else someone would want to attach to their bike. Hydraulic disc brakes stop on a DIME even in the wet and provide plenty of power to send you into a nice sideways skid when you want to get sketchy with the boys. Tiagra drivetrain is bombproof and super cheap to replace. Climbing gear of a 34-34 gets me up grouse mountain wearing my casual clothes and a 20lb backpack for work after school. All that and then through some Apidura bikepacking bags on and BAM - you've got yourself a dandy bikepacking/adventuremobile. Upgrades include some sick Supacaz coffee bar tape and some Schwalbe G-one Tanwall tires so you can take frickin sweet photos of your bike wherever you are and make all the brothers at the group ride jealous. I LOVE THIS BIKE - so much so that I have decided to buy the carbon one next year. Wherever you are in life do yourself a favour and get yourself a solid reliable bike that can take you around the city, help you see new places, and meet new people. Feel free to message me with questions -Matt C
Aug 23, 2019 at 20:38Aug 23, 2019
Never used SRAM Code RSC brakes. Took these off my new bike purchased several months ago. They have been mounted but never ridden - can include rotors of your choice for an extra cost if desired. - Matt C
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Jul 23, 2019 at 10:54Jul 23, 2019
Jul 23, 2019 at 10:53Jul 23, 2019
Purchased for $60 and ridden for several weeks on a commuter bike. Nice long pins make for a grippy pedal that would be perfect for MTB use.
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May 10, 2019 at 13:15May 10, 2019
May 5, 2019 at 20:13May 5, 2019
OK, so I bought this bike new in September 2018 and have spent the better part of the last 6 months ordering in custom parts for it as to suit my taste. This is a bit of a long story and there are a ton of modifications that have been done to this bike. I like to ramble so if you are in a rush feel free to skip to the last part. With that said, I suggest hearing me out and I am sure that I will be able to answer a number of the questions that you may have One of my friends professionally vinyl wraps cars and so I came to him with a project last fall; to wrap the whole bike in GALAXY VINYL. Fair to say he more than exceeded my expectations. The whole entirety of the bike has been wrapped in galaxy print vinyl and then 3M tape has been applied on top as to protect the bike. All the parts that I have purchased are intended to follow in suit with the pink and purple Galaxy wrap. Super powerful Hope Tech 3 V4 brakes that I sourced in the Purple color way. To compliment I have build up a wheel set with Purple hope Pro 3 hubs that are laced to Chromag BA 30 rims, similar to a Stan's Flow rim. Then, I got a set of purple hope rotors to bring it all together. In terms of cockpit, I upgraded to a black Chromag bar and stem and ensured to match with a purple top cap and headset spacers, purple grips of course. Ergon saddle. Bontrager SE5 tires set up tubeless, because the stock tires are not suitable for riding around here. Now what did I not change you ask? GX Eagle drivetrain is more than perfect around here so I left that as is, same with the fork. Literally everything else has been swapped. By buying this bike you are not only getting a one of a kind, for a fraction of the cost that It would be to buy from a shop. You can also pick it up RIGHT NOW and reap the benifits of by painstaking work as to select, order, wait, wait, wait, and then install these parts. So, why am I selling a bike that I spent so much time building? I am going to university soon and quite frankly cannot afford to keep it. To reitorate, this bike is ONE OF A KIND and you will never see another person with someone even remotely close looking to it. Yes, I can remove that wrap at the time of purchase if you like, but why would you want to. To conclude, want a one of a kind bike to show off to your friends? BUY THIS BIKE! Want to reap the benefits of a custom bike without all the time of building one? BUY THIS BIKE! Want to have everyone you pass on the trail look at you in awe? BUY THIS BIKE! Want a bike with upgrades that is still cheaper than half the beat to crap used bikes on Pink Bike? BUY THIS BIKE. COME BY, I'LL MAKE YOU A COFFEE AND LETS TALK.
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May 5, 2019 at 19:31May 5, 2019
May 5, 2019 at 19:29May 5, 2019
Got this via my race team last year. I chose to race with another helmet so this was never used. Comes with a removable aero shell!
May 5, 2019 at 19:24May 5, 2019
Used these for several bike park days. Finding as though I'm just not riding with knee pads these days.
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Trek Slash 29 - First Look
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