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May 1, 2017

NEW Troy Lee riding shorts - Variety

$60 USD
I have a selection of Troy Lee riding shorts available. Usually have sizes 30-36 in most colors. Super breathable and comfortable. Two pockets with zippers and super casual fit over knee pads. You wont be looking like no jabroney on the hill with these on! Let me know what interests you!

NWshredSauce pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 21, 2017 at 16:39
Mar 21, 2017
Ask Pinkbike - Wide Rims, Knee Pads for XC, and Code Brakes
atmospheric pressure at sea level is 14 psi lol. i like to keep my rims round
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Feb 9, 2017
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Feb 9, 2017 at 14:53
Feb 9, 2017

**DIALED** Knolly Chilcotin PRICE DROP

$2350 USD
Are you looking for a light, durable, and versatile trail bike? Something you can take on long alpine rides, bike parks, and everything in between? The Knolly Chilcotin is exactly that. Built and designed in Vancouver BC, Canada, these bikes are built for the exact terrain we surround ourselves in here in the PNW. The bike was built from the ground up using only the highest quality and durable parts. Weighing in at a modest 31 lbs with beefy tires, this thing is incredibly light without sacrificing any strength or durability. That combination comes with a high price tag that I paid an arm and a leg for. My loss is your gain! **Most of the parts have been purchased new in 2016 with a few exceptions in 2015** Build: FRAME: Knolly Chilcotin size Large 160mm travel with adjustable geometry (head tube angle and bb height) FORK: Fox Float 36 FIT RC2 - 140-180mm internal travel adjust. Currently set at 160mm. Comes with 15mm and 20mm axles with all necessary adapters. 100% nick and scratch-free stanchions. Seals replaced 6 months ago. SHOCK: 2016 FOX Float X **Has climb-mode, trail-mode, and full-descend mode. No nicks or scratches on stanchion. RIMS: Stans No Tubes ZTR Flow EX **bought brand new 6 months ago** No dents, cracks, or flat spots. Currently set up tubeless HUBS: Hadley SDH Front and Rear. 12x142mm **easily adaptable to various spacing** These things are stiff and bombproof. The rear hub alone retails for $300! TIRES: Maxxis Highroller II 3C EXO Tubeless [R] & Maxxis DHF II EXO Tubeless [F] **Both tires have 75/80% tread life left!** HEADSET: Chris King zero stack (blue) STEM: Chromag Ranger 35mm (red) BARS: Raceface Atlas (black) BRAKES: Sram Guide RSC **pads have lots of life left, fresh bleed** ROTORS: 185mm [F] and [R] SHIFTER: Shimano XT 11 spd **purchased new a few months ago DERAILLEUR: Shimano XT 11 spd **purchased new a few months ago CASSETTE: Shimano SLX 11-42 11spd **purchased new a few months ago CHAIN: KMC X11-L GOLD with Ti Nitride coating GRIPS: ODI Ruffian Lock-on CRANKS: e13 LG1R **Incredibly strong and lightweight** **Had direct-mount chain ring option but also includes the 4 bolt ring adapter** BOTTOM BRACKET: e13 BSA 68/73mm Threaded with Ti Nitride coated bearings **High quality, sealed bearings designed to withstand the harsh, wet PNW climate** CHAIN RING: Raceface Narrow Wide 34T SEATPOST: Truvativ uncut SEAT: Brown Leather Origin 8 Saddle. WTB Volt Red/Black saddle is also available upon request SEAT CLAMP: Loaded quick-adjust (red) PEDALS: Deity Compound (black) **Bike has been meticulously maintained. Bearings and pivots have been serviced frequently. Cables/housing replaced regularly** **Reason for sale is that bike is too big for me! Need a size medium. Open to trades/offers for medium sized bikes.**

NWshredSauce RichardCunningham's article
Jan 27, 2017 at 18:45
Jan 27, 2017
Gore Pro Jacket - Review
I agree with many of the comments. These jackets are not for everyone, especially the broke dirt bag who has to decide between a full tank of gas or a new rear tire! But for $500, I would probably buy a Arcteryx jacket. Much more R&D put in and a lifetime warranty.. To add on, it is not really fair to do a review on a jacket that has been freshly taken out of the plastic package.. we all know the DWR coating on the outside only lasts so long and the "real performance" of the jacket comes into play after a few dozen uses.
NWshredSauce RichardCunningham's article
Sep 16, 2016 at 13:05
Sep 16, 2016
Garbaruk Xtender for Shimano XT 11-speed Cassettes - Review
@siderealwall2: A simple 11 spd set up can clean a 30 mile alpine ride in the Cascades no problem with descent fitness. I'll take my $500 savings and put it somewhere more important like damper servicing- $400 for a 12spd cassette and $130 for three rings seems like highway robbery to me.
NWshredSauce RichardCunningham's article
Sep 16, 2016 at 11:45
Sep 16, 2016
Garbaruk Xtender for Shimano XT 11-speed Cassettes - Review
Or you could just spend a fraction of the cost on a lower range front ring.. a 34T on a 42T is already pretty friggen easy
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