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MikerJ RockyMountainBicycles's article
Feb 19, 2019 at 8:52
2 days
Video: Lightning Fast Rip in Quebec with ALN
Pretty sure some of those scenes were from Vallee bra du nord. I'm right across the border and often travel up to camp and ride often. One of my favorite riding destinations. Quebec has some great riding and is really progressive in the riding scene.
Feb 17, 2019 at 18:02
Feb 17, 2019

Pike 29 RCT3 Boost 140mm (and 130mm shaft) New in Box

$775 USD
A brand new in box, uncut Pike 29 RCT3 with Charger 2 damper, Boost, 140mm (and 130mm spare shaft) for sale. 42mm offset. Pics soon to come. New at Jenson is a lot more $$$$ I bought the fork new about a month ago and never installed it. I will include a new, unused 130mm shaft to change travel if you like. Will also include air spacers from my other Pikes (I have spares) as I don't think the new Pikes come with spares. Will also include a used shock pump if you like. Paypal is best.

MikerJ RichardCunningham's article
Feb 5, 2019 at 6:45
Feb 5, 2019
Review: Niner's New RIP 9 RDO 29
I'd like to see this up against the Ripmo.
MikerJ RichardCunningham's article
Feb 5, 2019 at 6:44
Feb 5, 2019
Review: Niner's New RIP 9 RDO 29
Yes. Or post the STA for a given inseam/inseams. If they give a STA at two or three different inseams riders could extrapolate. Maybe effective STA's at 30", 32", 34" for a size large bike.
MikerJ Canyon-PureCycling's article
Jan 28, 2019 at 15:22
Jan 28, 2019
Added 2 photos to Buysell
Jan 1, 2019 at 15:57
Jan 1, 2019
Jan 1, 2019 at 15:56
Jan 1, 2019

Maxxis Rekon Plus 275 x 2.8 (2 tires)

$39 USD
Maxxis Rekon 275 x 2.8 (2 tires) Like new, 2 short rides only. They just don't offer enough grip for my terrain. One is a 3C, one is a dual compound. There is sealant residue on the inside of the tires. Both shipped for $75. Separate $39 each plus $5 shipping.

MikerJ mikekazimer's article
Dec 31, 2018 at 13:53
Dec 31, 2018
Review: Santa Cruz Bronson V3
Price is largely set by what riders will pay to play. Mountain biking at the high end is an expensive sport. Those are the facts. If you don't like it don't play, or ride a rigid single speed (or even an old 9 speed drive train). Like I did when I started the sport (with little money) I rode a rigid, thumbies, 7 speed I think - all second and third hand stuff. Now I'm seeing college kids with plastic wonder rigs that cost more than my current rig. If I were in a different financial situation (lost my money) I'd build up my old Surly KM, SS it, and keep riding. This is a luxury sport. It's not a necessity and big corporations are not colluding to set prices. Now go ahead kids, down vote because you don't like the facts of the situation. And by the way, Mike, thanks for the good review.
MikerJ danielsapp's article
Dec 19, 2018 at 13:47
Dec 19, 2018
Field Test: Trance vs Sensor vs Habit vs SB130
@brianpark: Thanks for the great reviews. With your point on Giant's STA... I'd say, based on the build and travel this is best suited for long pedally days in the saddle - like a xc/trail bike should be. Its not made to go straight up / straight down. And so, a more comfortable, efficient STA that gets power to the pedals, and weight off the hands is what this bike has. I'd also like to add that this bike should have been in a separate class and placed with something like "short travel 29ers" - with bikes like the Ripley, Smuggler, Pivot 429, etc... I do think a mistake was made by not creating that class of bike.
MikerJ danielsapp's article
Dec 18, 2018 at 13:05
Dec 18, 2018
Pinkbike Awards: Component of the Year Winner
Hayes were my first hydraulic brakes. The Mag Plus - and they are still alive and well on my wife's bike. Those stoppers are likely older than half the PB posters.
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