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MorganBH paulaston's article
Jul 11, 2018 at 7:23
Jul 11, 2018
MorganBH airblastr's article
Jul 3, 2018 at 6:26
Jul 3, 2018
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Apr 21, 2018 at 22:12
Apr 21, 2018
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MorganBH pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 3, 2018 at 15:46
Apr 3, 2018
The Evolution of Kona Bikes: Part 2 - Video
I wish they had stuck with the uninterrupted seat tube from the gen2 prototype.
MorganBH mikelevy's article
Mar 30, 2018 at 21:41
Mar 30, 2018
Breeding the Ultimate Mutt Bike - Opinion
Original Kona process xl 153 with 29" carbon wheels, but a titanium frame a la lynsky, a pinion drivetrain that weighs as much as shimano xtr 1x9, hope brakes with the cool braided steel cables but designed around mineral oil, seat angle from a current patrol, unninterupted seat tube length designed around a fully inserted 200m integrated dropper like the weird German ball munching bikes. Threaded bb, and 135 mm rear bolt through 20mm hub, and 20x110mm front hub. Clearance for 2.6mm tires.
MorganBH giantbicycles's article
Mar 28, 2018 at 22:20
Mar 28, 2018
Reece Wallace: Sweet As - Video
I want to see a crank flip to manual
MorganBH mikelevy's article
Mar 28, 2018 at 16:58
Mar 28, 2018
Should the Derailleur Die? Zerode's Gearbox-Equipped Taniwha - Review
I find this review really interesting, because I had such a different experience. I don't own one of the bikes, but I definitely would if I had the coin. 1. I found the shifting super easy to get used to. I thought was way easier to slow my pedal stroke down for a millisecond and dump a bunch of gears than it is to grind up the cassette on my xt 1x11. 2. I didn't really notice the weight, and it seemed to pedal pretty efficiently. I was able to keep up without any problem with my friends on climbs, both technical and not technical, and I thought the traction for climbing was better than most bikes I've tried. I only rode about 15 miles the day I was trying it out though. 3. I thought the Helm was super divey, way more so than my pike. Didn't get on with it at all. 4. I have to clean my drive-train weekly, if I don't want it to sound like a box of rocks, riding all year round in the winter. Less maintenance would be huge for me. 5. I thought the bike was super playful. I was able to clear some little doubles in a four-pack on evo that I've always cased on other bikes. Besides that, I totally agree that it was an incredible descender. I will very likely buy a used XL when they're no longer so spendy in a few years and cut the seat tube down a bit for a longer dropper (I'm 6'). I was 100% sold. I may be in the not care about speed at all on the climbs demo-graphic that Levy kept referring to in the review.
MorganBH pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 27, 2018 at 16:15
Mar 27, 2018
Enter the EWS Colombia Fantasy Contest to Win a Wheelset From Enve
Men: 1. Rude 2. Dailley 3. Hill Women: 1. Ravannel 2. Courdurier 3. Winton
MorganBH pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 24, 2018 at 17:08
Mar 24, 2018
Results: Who Dominated the Downhill at Crankworx Rotorua
Why the crazy split? Is Blenki really that much faster?
Mar 19, 2018 at 20:13
Mar 19, 2018

9.8 fall line 150mm 30.9 internal NIB dropper

$325 USD
I was planning on drilling a hole in my frame, which is not set up for internal routing, but now I'm having second thoughts. I'm also willing to trade for an external dropper with 150mm or more of drop and 30.9, but only if it's nearly new. Includes remote. Thanks!

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