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NateForrest seb-stott's article
Dec 10, 2021 at 16:51
Dec 10, 2021
Pinkbike Poll: How Much Does Your Bike *Actually* Weigh?
Weighed a friend's Norco Sight VLT last week - 58 lbs w. XTR trail pedals and nothing else.
NateForrest jamessmurthwaite's article
Dec 7, 2021 at 14:27
Dec 7, 2021
Added 9 photos to Buysell
Oct 10, 2021 at 11:35
Oct 10, 2021
Selling
Oct 10, 2021 at 11:32
Oct 10, 2021

Fuji Tread 1.4 Flat Bar Disc Road/Gravel Bike

$800 USD
Selling my 2019 Fuji Tread 1.4 Flat Bar Disc Road/Gravel Bike in size 56cm. I bought this bike about 3 years ago to have a lightweight, ridgid MTB and also a stand-in road bike. It fills both roles pretty well but I've since lost interest in the gravel aspect and bought a drop-bar road bike so it's time for this one to go. I've made several changes to the stock setup that makes it (IMHO) a lot more enjoyable to ride - have a look at the parts list below. I got the bike home and immediately stripped off the stock drivetrain and installed an SLX 11-42 cassette, XTR Shifter & Deraileur, and a SRAM Rival 1x crankset with a 38T chainring. I will include all of the stock (zero mile) Sora parts as well as a pair of WTB Nano 700x40c tires with good tread for all your gravel dreams. I also replaced the rear hub with a Shimano XT when the OE hub pawls got crunchy. The spokes and nipples are also new DT Swiss. COLOR Maroon w. Navy Blue Graphics FRAME Fuji A2-SL custom butted alloy FORK FC-440 carbon CRANKSET SRAM Rival 38T, 175mm (Also comes with the OE FSA Omega Crankset in 50-34) BOTTOM BRACKET SRAM Pressfit (Also comes with the OE FSA Omega BB)) PEDALS Nope FRONT DERAILLEUR Nope (Also comes with the OE Shimano Sora Front Derailleur) REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano XTR 11sp (Also comes with the OE Shimano Sora Rear Derailleur) SHIFTERS Shimano XTR 11sp (Also comes with teh OE Shimano Sora Shifters) CASSETTE Shimano SLX, 11-42T (Also comes with the OE Shimano Sora Cassette) CHAIN SRAM PC 1170 (Also comes with the OE Chain) WHEELSET VERA Terra DPD 22 Alloy (19mm internal, disc-only) - Note, the rear hub is a Shimano XT. The pawls in the OE hub didn't last too long.) TIRES Citywide, 700 x 35c (Also comes with a pair of WTB Nano 40c tires in good condition with lost of tread left) BRAKESET Tektro Cable Discs BRAKE LEVERS Tektro HEADSET FSA, 1-1/8" semi-integrated HANDLEBAR All Terra Alloy 770mm wide STEM Oval Concepts 300, 3D-forged alloy, 110mm GRIPS Ergon GA3 single lock on SADDLE Oval Concepts SEATPOST Oval Concepts, alloy, 27.2mm WEIGHT +/- 23.5 lbs

NateForrest mattbeer's article
Oct 5, 2021 at 10:26
Oct 5, 2021
First Look: 2022 Santa Cruz Chameleon & Five Unique Builds
Too expensive to be a cheap bike and too heavy to be a nice bike...
NateForrest seb-stott's article
Aug 20, 2021 at 12:47
Aug 20, 2021
Specialized Granted Patent for Linkage Fork Design
Linkage forks are the Afghanistan of bike technology
Added 7 photos to Buysell
Apr 24, 2021 at 16:18
Apr 24, 2021
Selling
Apr 24, 2021 at 16:15
Apr 24, 2021

Scott Ransom 900 Tuned - XL

$4800 USD
Selling my 2019 Scott Ransom 900 Tuned, size XL. I bought this as a frame-only in November of 2019 and rode it for 18 months until I got a new bike - 762 miles per Strava. I don't believe the original owner rode it much before I bought it; he had several bikes in his garage and he only had it for 6 months. There's absolutely nothing wrong with this bike & I wouldn't hesitate to take it on any trail or any trip anywhere in the world. It does have a few small paint chips, scuffs, scratches, etc. that you would expect on a 2 year old bike, but nothing that would concern anyone or detract from the appearance on the whole or affect its functionality in any way. Let me know if you would like any other photos, angles, etc. We can even get on Zoom and you can see live video of it if you want - I'll film it from whatever angle you want because I'm confident that the bike is in good shape and there aren't any surprises to be found. Only selling because I bought a new bike (I get bored and change bikes every 6 months to a year for no reason other than to try something new and different.) Due to the good seated climbing position and the awesome shock, it really does climb like an XC bike and go down hill like the Enduro bike that it is. As it sits, without pedals, it weighs 30.4 lbs - pretty light for an XL Enduro bike! The following parts are used and in good condition: Frame - 2019 Scott Ransom 900 Tuned - 170mm travel, Orange with forest green accents Shock - Fox Nude TR EVOL Trunnion with climb, 120mm, & 170mm travel positions via handlebar remote and 2-position ramp control via external switch Handlebar remote - Syncros 3-position shock control & dropper post control Cranks - Sram DUB Descendant Carbon 175mm Fork - Rockshox Lyrik 170mm, 51mm offset w. Charger 2.1 RC Damper & fresh zero-mile rebuild. NOTE - the CSU and Lowers have a different finish; the CSU is gloss black and the lowers are matte. The previous CSU developed a creak and the (used) replacement I found has a different finish. Headset: Niner ZS56/ZS44 Bottom Bracket: SRAM BB DUB PressFit Grips - Ergon GA3 in Orange to match the frame The following parts are brand new with zero miles; I swapped them from the 2020 Norco Optic I bought to replace this bike before I ever rode it: Handlebars: TranzX 6061 DB Alloy, 780mm Stem: Norco 6061 Alloy 45mm reach, 35mm clamp Seatpost: X-Fusion Manic, 31.6mm, 170mm drop Saddle: Fizik Taiga Brakes F&R: Shimano BR-MT520, 4-piston Hydraulic, 180mm Rotors Shifter: SRAM GX Eagle Derailleur: SRAM GX Eagle Cassette SRAM XG1275 GX Eagle, 10-50T Chain: SRAM GX Eagle Chainring: SRAM Eagle 30T Aluminum Hubs: DT Swiss 350, 15x110mm & 12x148 Boost Spokes: Sapim Sprint DB Rims: Stans Flow S1 29" (29mm internal) Front Tire: Schwalbe Magic Mary Super TLE, 29" x 2.35", Addix Soft - already set up tubeless with Stan's Rear Tire: Schwalbe Hans Dampf Snakeskin/TL 29" x 2.35", Addix Soft - already set up tubeless with Stan's

NateForrest wwpaddler03's article
Oct 1, 2020 at 7:53
Oct 1, 2020
5 Exercises to Improve Your Core Strength & Stability
If you're going to do kettlebell swings with alternating hands, change at the top when the KB is momentarily weightless, not at the bottom when it's changing direction.
NateForrest danielsapp's article
Aug 6, 2020 at 10:25
Aug 6, 2020
Kona Announces New Process X & Aluminum 153
STA/ESTA is just a marketing term now - they'll claim whatever they need/want to in order to seem current and relevant. We have to understand how ETT and (actual) STA effect our position on the bike to have an understanding of how it's going to feel to us.
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