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Apr 17, 2018 at 12:31Apr 17, 2018
Good condition medium Iron Horse Sunday that I'm selling only because I've upgraded to a carbon SC V-10. Hope Hubs on DT hoops, Hope Moto brakes, floating vented rotors (look 'em up, they're unreal/ basically two rotors on an aluminum carrier) SRAM X0 drivetrain + Saint Cranks + Ethirteen guide, Marzocchi 888 fork, Cane Creek DB rear shock, Sunline Stem + Nukeproof bars/ grips, Thomson seatpost. Pretty legendary bike, 10 world cup wins under its belt, a little bummed to let it go! Will include an extra spring for the rear shock and a set of brake pads with sale. Will consider shipping but am pretty hesitant to do so as it's just a pain in the ass and this bike weighs just under 40lbs
Nkevin90 paulaston's article
Mar 26, 2018 at 11:28Mar 26, 2018
Nkevin90 NinerBikes's article
Feb 3, 2018 at 8:30Feb 3, 2018
Mining for Skills with Kirt Voreis - Video
Best vid I've seen in a hot sec- awesome to see Kirt/ Ian still got it!
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Nkevin90 scottsecco's article
Jan 16, 2018 at 8:50Jan 16, 2018
Scott Secco's 2018 Demo Reel
You murdered that Dreamride II video, prob the best of last year, easy. Nice one, dude.
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Nkevin90 pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 31, 2017 at 15:45Dec 31, 2017
Sam Pilgrim Signs with Haibike
Surprised you haven't been neg-propped to oblivion, you actually have a valid argument. Pretty awesome torque comparison btw. For where I live (Portland, OR) most of the trails around here are straight up, straight down. If you're climbing a road (often asphalt) for several miles, wouldn't you just turn the bike off at the top and hop on the trail? That's probably the only way I'd personally ride it. Then you're just essentially riding an old-school downhill bike (weight wise) which could be an awesome training tool- more runs, heavier bike- I'd imagine you'd hop on a light race bike after manhandling a 50lber for maybe two or three more laps than you'd normally do and feel like you were flying. The only impact that I could see from using e-bikes in that sense would be just having to do more maintenance on the trails from having them being ridden more- which to be fair, could be a very valid argument against them if they really catch on. At any rate hate to admit it myself but I've actually been thinking about getting one for this application. It's just so stigmatized right now that I don't think I could really go through with it. I'd want to ride the shit out of one but I would never, ever want to be seen riding one in this day and age- guess I'm not brave enough to be 'that fucking guy' Shuttles and chairlifts are good but e-bikes are bad? All I'm saying is if you're driving your bike up a road to ride down a hill, you're a fuckhead if you're hating on e-bikes.
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Dec 27, 2017 at 15:39Dec 27, 2017