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Oct 9, 2018

Pike 150 Boost

$395 USD
Excellent condition. Only about 1 season, or less, of light use. I think it is a 2016, maybe 2017. Lowers just serviced with an oil change and new foam rings, and damper checked (did not need a bleed). Perfect working order. Scuffs on the lowers but stanchions are fine, if not perfect. Steerer tube is long, 7.5" I'm a 47 y/o guy who's been riding and wrenching on bikes for 25+ years. This is a safe sale.

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Oct 2, 2018

Trailcraft Pineridge 24

$995 USD
Trailcraft Pineridge 24 Original owner. My son's/daughter's bike. I purchased the frame, fork, wheel set, stem, rotors, and cranks stock, then built up with my own higher end parts. (Easton carbon bars, Race Face n/w ring, 30 or 32t, seat, grips, pedals, I think the cassette is an XTR, etc). Drivetrain 1x10 with n.w ring and clutch derailure. Shifter/derailure will either be shimano slx/xt or roughly equivalent SRAM. Brakes are good. Shimano Deore. With light weight stock Trailcraft rotors. Tires will be good shape Schwalbe tires (Racing Ralphs I believe) and set up tubeless. ****The bike will be in completely functional order. Brakes bled, fresh sealant, ready to roll. The frame and fork lowers are scuffed up nicely showing this bike was well used, but we do take good care of out bikes. Will include the kid's Camelback.

MikerJ RockyMountainBicycles's article
Sep 27, 2018 at 14:47
Sep 27, 2018
MikerJ danielsapp's article
Sep 26, 2018 at 4:22
Sep 26, 2018
Review: USWE Explorer 26 Backpack
So far, best idea for a pack for more than a bit of weight is the Camel LR series. Not only is the weight lower on your back, and very stable, the LR design is much less hot and constricting on your torso. Wearing a pack while riding is something I don't like at all but with the LR I do forget it's there at times. I'm sure the reviewed pack works well and it's good to see a different take.... There is more than one way to get the job done.
MikerJ danielsapp's article
Sep 26, 2018 at 4:17
Sep 26, 2018
Review: USWE Explorer 26 Backpack
Yes, it's definitely needs to be poppy and playful.... Like a blown damper. And needs a gear box too...
MikerJ mikekazimer's article
Sep 20, 2018 at 18:30
Sep 20, 2018
New Casing, Compound, and Width Options From Maxxis - Interbike 2018
The DH Assegai worked great for me. A step above the DHF in grip, like a Magic Mary, but wore very well.
MikerJ zeGG's article
Sep 18, 2018 at 18:49
Sep 18, 2018
Video: Mountain Biking Around Eastern Canada's Qu├ębec City - Episode 2
Been there many times, and still can't wait to get back. These trails are amazing.
MikerJ pnwcomponents's article
Sep 15, 2018 at 8:05
Sep 15, 2018
PNW Components Announces New Dropper Post Lever 'The Loam Lever'
Yeah, Wolftooth stuff is great, as are the folks there great to deal with. And the WT has the "break away" hinge that costs like $7 to bet back up and running. I thought that would be hokey but in a fluke fall I whacked my poor lever pretty hard, and I think it was saved by the break away piece. I now keep a spare on hand but never needed it. It is cool to see aftermarket levers, and hopefully the Transfer post can still be had without buying Fox's remote. So, thanks PNW, but is the lever compatible with riding in the NE US, and Quebec? I see its designed specifically for the rigors of the, well, PNW.
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