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MrFogg mikelevy's article
Feb 15, 2018 at 13:54
Feb 15, 2018
Good Ideas Executed Poorly - Opinion
@Fix-the-Spade: my Cadabra launched me off the bike on a step up one time, knocked me out cold and broke both arms. I went into the ground like a lawn dart ha ha
MrFogg mikelevy's article
Feb 15, 2018 at 13:10
Feb 15, 2018
Good Ideas Executed Poorly - Opinion
Ha ha I had a Cadabra as my first real bike. That Magic Link had to be set juuuust right. And even then it wore out every six months or so.
Selling
Feb 13, 2018 at 15:12
Feb 13, 2018

Fox 36 Factory 29 140 Boost

$700 USD
New fork, uncut steerer tube, never mounted to a bike. Kashima, black with bronze/gold decals. I purchased this as part of a hard tail build but decided to abandon the project so I no longer need the fork! -Fox 36 Factory -Fits 27.5+ and 29" wheels -Boost hub spacing -140mm travel -Uncut steerer tube Feel free to ask if you have any questions, thanks.

MrFogg CalvinHuth's article
Feb 12, 2018 at 15:47
Feb 12, 2018
Flat Out On Vancouver Island - Video
Sick riding, but in a 1:58 video there is only 55 seconds of actual mountain biking.
Selling
Feb 11, 2018 at 18:37
Feb 11, 2018

NS Bikes Eccentric Djambo Evo XL 27.5+/29

$200 USD
I started a hardtail build but decided to go another route so I am selling the frame and associated parts. Frame is a tennis ball/matte black Eccentric Djambo Evo. Sweet geometry and capable of running 27.5, 27.5+, or 29" wheels. I thought the tennis ball yellow was a bit extreme so I softened it by stripping some of the paint down to the raw aluminum. I like how it turned out but if it's not your thing the rest of the paint is easy to take off. I used a methylene chloride based stripper and will include the rest of it to local buyers. Frame is 148 boost spaced. I have the rest of the parts listed elsewhere for sale but am including them here in case you would like to buy some/all of the rest of the project. -New/uncut 2017 Fox 36 Factory Boost 29 140mm. Kashima and gooooooold! -Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.8 EVO Trailstar -NEW Maxxis Rekon 2.8 3C EXO Max Terra -Reverb Stealth 125 dropper -Whyte 760mm black bars -Raw aluminum (stripped) specialized top cap -Raw aluminum (stripped) X1 175mm GXP cranks -Blue seatpost collar (matches Fox fork blue dials) Feel free to ask if you have any questions or would like more pictures of anything specific. Thanks!

Selling
Feb 11, 2018 at 17:47
Feb 11, 2018

Santa Cruz Bronson C XL

$2000 USD
Hi all, decided to try something different so I am selling my Bronson. I bought this as just the frame then built it up. Here are the specs... -Bronson C Gen 1, size XL, "Kermit the Frog" green -Monarch Plus Debonair rear shock -Pike RCT3 fork. Originally purchased as 150mm travel, swapped out air shaft to 160mm. I will include the original 150mm pike air shaft. -XO Carbon cranks -XTR 11sp shifter -XT rear derailleur -XT casette -Spank Oozy trail wheels -ENVE RSR bars, 740mm -Maxxis Minion DHF 3C EXO front -Maxxis Ardent EXO rear -Zee brakes F/R -E13 taco bash and chainguide -KS LEV 125mm external routed post -KS Southpaw remote seatpost lever -Carbon Rock Guardz downtube protection -Titanium brake mounting hardware Extras that will be included with bike are.... -Santa Cruz grease and grease gun -Extra set of Zee pads (new) -Raceface Narrow/Wide 30t chainring, green, new in box -Shimano 11sp XT chain, new in box -Jug of Shimano mineral oil. -Rock Shox Pike 150mm air shaft -KS LEV standard carbon/aluminum lever -KS upper and lower seatpost clamps. -E13 upper chain guide. The full bash guard is installed on the bike but I took the upper chain guide part off. -Spank hub endcap adapters, Currently 142x12 and 15mm thru installed. -Extra carbon headset spacer -KS LEV instruction manual, just in case! I would prefer local buyers but am willing to ship anywhere at buyer's expense. Bike rides like a dream and has served me well, super playful and capable. Feel free to ask if you have any questions and I can provide extra pictures upon request.

MrFogg mikekazimer's article
Feb 7, 2018 at 7:45
Feb 7, 2018
e*thirteen TRS Race SL Carbon Wheels - Review
@mollow: I live in NW Washington. I've forgotten what the sun looks like...
MrFogg pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 22, 2018 at 14:07
Jan 22, 2018
Giant Factory Off-Road Team Partners with DVO Suspension for 2018 Race Season
@VPS13: after extensive reading through forums the best explanation I found about the inconsistent bite points was that zees have little nooks and crannies that like to trap air in the calipers. I tried the recommended solution (extreme bleed, take the whole brake system off the bike and do a complete fluid swap, hold that brake line vertical and knock the caliper and house around to make sure every possible bubble is out of the line. I did that and zees have been working perfect ever since. I also prefer the grab of Shimano. Being a heavier rider that extra bite is nice to have, don't need much pressure on lever.
MrFogg pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 19, 2018 at 16:12
Jan 19, 2018
Giant Factory Off-Road Team Partners with DVO Suspension for 2018 Race Season
Shimano lost some points with me over the reliability of my Zee brakes. Sure they never completely fail but the inconsistent lever pull is maddening when you are trying to focus on the trail, not hoping your brake doesn't decide to change bite points between pulls ha ha.
MrFogg vernonfelton's article
Jan 19, 2018 at 16:00
Jan 19, 2018
What's the Deal With SRAM's DUB System? More Questions
@bicimane: Long term thinking is bad for short term profits. Totally agree though, a true standard based on best available science would be great. What I think we all need to remember is that companies are in business for one reason, to make money. We are outraged every time a company does something that makes them more money, but the solution is simple; DON'T BUY THEIR STUFF. If they lose money because of a business decision they will change course in order to resume making money (sales). The power rests with consumers.
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