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May 29, 2023 at 11:15
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WANTED - Trunnion Mount Rear Shock

$200 CAD
I'm looking for a trunnion mount rear shock. Ideally 210mm x 60mm, but 210mm x 50/55mm would work too. It's going on a 2014 Trek Slash. My price range is around 200 bucks, I'll pay for shipping if needed. Thank you!

Npacholko mikekazimer's article
Mar 31, 2023 at 14:33
Mar 31, 2023
Pinkbike Poll: How Often Do You Ride Instead of Drive?
@mikekazimer: Also need an option for none of the above on question 2. There's untapped data there!
Npacholko brianpark's article
Oct 19, 2022 at 14:47
Oct 19, 2022
STATS: The Bikes of Red Bull Rampage 2022 by the Numbers
Should have kept the brand colors consistent in the fork and shock pie charts. (I see that the colors are selected based on sort high-low) Otherwise very interesting!
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Jun 6, 2022 at 21:24
Jun 6, 2022
Jun 6, 2022 at 21:24
Jun 6, 2022

Steel Framed Jump/Ramp

$400 CAD
Custom built steel framed jump with plywood ramp and wheels for easy relocation. Perfect for backyard jumps or a bike park. 12'-0" radius x 6'-0" tall x 4'-0" wide. Takeoff angle is 59 degrees. See the attached drawing for more details. There are cross supports under the plywood every foot or so, not listed in the drawing but you can see them in the pictures. Two people can lift it, but three is more comfortable. Probably weighs 150-200lbs. I'd prefer to sell it locally, but I will ship it with a freight company if the buyer pays shipping.

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Jan 7, 2022 at 15:42
Jan 7, 2022
Jan 7, 2022 at 15:41
Jan 7, 2022

NS Soda Slope

$1400 CAD
2013 NS Soda Slope, One size fits all Frame was powder-coated black when I purchased it new back in 2013. Rode the bike for maybe 3 years and it has been stored ever since. I have the derailleur adapter, but it is currently set up single speed. Buyer pays shipping if necessary. $1400 CAD FRAME: - 107mm (4.2”) rear wheel travel - pivot around BB allowing true single speed setups - AL6061+AL6066 T6 custom formed and butted tubes - smooth ‘double pass’ welding in critical areas - weight (w/o shock): ~3.05kg - rear shock: 190x50mm (7.5 x 2.0”): mounting hardware: front & rear 22.2 x 8 mm - head tube: tapered 1.5 ZS (56mm ID/44mm ID), 115mm stack height, - fits forks with standard 1-1/8” or tapered 1.5 - 1-1/8” steer tubes, headset to fit both included with the frame - rear hub: 135x10mm, suggested bolt-on hubs, IS-2000 disk brake mount - BB: standard mtb english 1.37x24tpi, 73mm wide, ISCG-05 mounts - rear derailleur: optional hanger included - front derailleur: not compatible - seat post/clamp: 30.9mm / 34.9mm - max tire: 26 x 2.4” COMPONENTS: Fork: Fox Talas Kashima 130/150mm Travel Rear Shock: RockShox Monarch R Brake: SRAM Level TL w/ 160mm Rotor Wheels: Halo SAS 26" Tires: Kenda Small Block 8 26x2.35 Pedals: NRG HT Mountain Tasters Stem: Transition Bars: Kore Grips: ODI Ruffian Saddle: Transition

Npacholko pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 12, 2021 at 12:17
Oct 12, 2021
May 25, 2021 at 16:14
May 25, 2021

Shimano DEORE XT M8120 Clipless Pedals

$100 CAD
Shimano DEORE XT M8120 Clipless Pedals Took them off a lightly used bike I just purchased. Previous owner said they had 6 rides on them, and it looks like it. $100 CAD Will ship within Canada if the buyer pays shipping. From the Shimano website: MODEL NO: PD-M8120 SERIES: DEORE XT M8100 Series Color: Series color Average weight: 438 ( /pair) Remarks: 1.0 mm cleat spacer included Binding: Dual sided Cartridge axle: ✔ Cleat included: SM-SH51 Cleat retention adjuster: ✔ Integrated cage: ✔ Optional cleat: SM-SH56 Type: Off-Road (SPD) Reflector: SM-PD60 Sealed mechanism: ✔

Npacholko mikekazimer's article
Nov 18, 2020 at 12:56
Nov 18, 2020
Review: North Shore Racks NSR-6
I'll add one more to the cons. My 10 year old rack has narrower forks on it. I can pry them apart to fit new large diameter head tubes, but its cracked the paint causing rust and changed the angle the bikes sit at making them rub on eachother at times. I called NorthShore and they told me I would have to buy an entire rack to replace the forks. Kind of disappointing considering they're held on by two bolts. Cons: - Minimal replacement components
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