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Apr 2, 2019

Specialized Chisel

$1400 USD
2019 Specialized Chisel 29 - Large Purchased Fall 2018 - Riding hardtail slightly bothers an old shoulder injury so I end up riding my trail bike primarily. Shimano SLX Rockshox Judy Gold 100mm Fork Upgrades: Setup Tubeless PNW Components Rainier IR Dropper Post (110mm Travel) w/ Loam Lever ($220) SRAM Eagle 32t Chainring Sensus Lite Lock On Grips $1400 with Carbon Seatpost $1600 with Dropper Post + Carbon Post *Bottle Cages/Pedals/Garmin Mount Not Included

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Feb 28, 2019 at 13:00
Feb 28, 2019
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Feb 28, 2019 at 12:57
Feb 28, 2019

Kuat NV 2"

$325 USD
Kuat NV 2 Bike v1.0 Integrated workstand - the workstand piece is brand new, never used. Clean, functions perfectly. Just cleaned out the ratcheting mechanisms. No rust, etc. Comes with fat bike rear strap (1x) 2" receiver. Integrated locks and locking hitch pin - all matching key $325/obo

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Jan 3, 2019 at 21:13
Jan 3, 2019
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Jan 3, 2019 at 21:12
Jan 3, 2019

661 Comp DH NEW

$30 USD
Never worn, still has tags Medium 30+Shipping

Nizhoni leelikesbikes's article
Dec 17, 2018 at 9:05
Dec 17, 2018
Lee McCormack's Guide to Finding the Handlebar Width Sweet-Spot
Everyone is going to cut their 800mm bars, then in two years they'll come out with some 825mm bars and then say you now need multiply your height in mm by .47 instead of .44 to accurately calculate for maximum shredding. Everyone already cut their bars, so handlebar sales up 2020. #gaslighting
Nizhoni RichardCunningham's article
Dec 10, 2018 at 8:21
Dec 10, 2018
Rest in Peace: The Rise & Fall of Interbike
@Beez177: True, forgot about companies like VeloFix and mobile repair companies.
Nizhoni RichardCunningham's article
Dec 10, 2018 at 8:02
Dec 10, 2018
Rest in Peace: The Rise & Fall of Interbike
There is a business model in there that I believe has yet to be explored extensively. That is a bike shop that is service only, unattached to a brand and uninterested in selling bikes. Similar to an auto shop, inexpensive warehouse, knowledgeable mechanics. Stock service and replacement parts. The downside is lack of warranty support, but with direct to consumer brands proliferating shops and warranty processes will evolve as well.
Nizhoni mikekazimer's article
Nov 13, 2018 at 13:26
Nov 13, 2018
Review: Specialized Stumpjumper EVO 29
@Braindrain: Not sure who you are referring to, I simply stated I have the 27.5 model and that I believe this geometry has a place. I made no mention of the type of trail it is suited for. However, you are correct. I have taken it on rolling, flatter trails and it is certainly not the type of bike I'd recommend for that. You definitely need trails that are steep and difficult. Which luckily I have right out my door. Also, he explicitly stated that this is not a bike for all terrain, to 'infer' means to conclude from evidence or reasoning without explicit statements. Mr. Kazimer stated it directly, "If your rides typically include a pretty even mix of up or down, and usually don't involve shuttles or chairlifts, the regular Stumpjumper is the way to go." So I think it is fair to assume that individuals have come to the comments with that understanding already.
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