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ScottStedman bkchef2000's photo
Feb 18, 2018 at 9:14
Feb 18, 2018
holy shit. where.

ScottStedman bkchef2000's photo
Feb 6, 2018 at 12:51
Feb 6, 2018
they put eggs in them now? fuck.

ScottStedman KimBrennan's article
Nov 27, 2017 at 15:16
Nov 27, 2017
Fall Time Cruisin' with Mitch Ropelato
That song choice is........interesting.
Oct 29, 2017 at 21:51
Oct 29, 2017

Specialized Demo 8 650b - Custom Chameleon Paint

$2200 USD
Price dropped. The time has come, it's been sitting in front of my fireplace for the entire summer. I told myself that if I hadn't touched it in four straight months I'd list it. So here we are. Handful of rides, no crashes because I'm too much of a pussy to ride hard enough to crash the bike I spent more time painting than riding. Custom chameleon paint job. It's as rad as it looks in photos. I spent two days stripping the paint and another 4 days painting it with two part catalyzing urethane. The clear coat on the paint is harder than cement. Color changes from dark purple to gold to blue to green, which you can see in this handy instagram video I made when I built it: - DT Swiss FR 570's laced up to Hope Pro 4 hubs - Guide RSC brakes - Rockshox Boxxer Team fork - Ohlins TTX rear shock (9.5"x3") - Minion DHF/DHR combo - Mallet pedals come with the bike. I have an extra set of cleats you can have. - Zee crankset and derailleur, Ultegra cassette because reasons Bikes are simple machines. This one is simple and goes fast and looks very purple while doing it (in some lights it looks blue and green). Any questions, just ask. Thanks!

ScottStedman mikekazimer's article
Aug 7, 2017 at 9:28
Aug 7, 2017
Cannondale Jekyll 2 - Review
@andnyleswillriot: discussion =/= pissing people off
ScottStedman mikekazimer's article
Aug 7, 2017 at 9:01
Aug 7, 2017
Cannondale Jekyll 2 - Review
@snax001: Disagree. The shop I used to work at serviced Leftys all the time and we had bags of spare parts given to us by Cannondale for every model of lefty available, including tons of the 2-spring upgrade kits. And they were super easy to work on. Spare parts were readily available from the manufacturer. The only parts we weren't able to acquire were parts for old Headshok rebuilds, which at that point honestly, just buy a new gd fork, the Headshok is 20 year old technology
ScottStedman mikekazimer's article
Aug 7, 2017 at 8:26
Aug 7, 2017
Cannondale Jekyll 2 - Review
Why was the lefty garbage? It's got nothing but rave reviews from those who rode/ride it, it's stiff as hell, and it's easier to service the damper or do a basic on the wiper seal than a standard fork. I mean I can understand if your last try on a lefty was like 10 years ago, but the relatively recent supermaxes and lefty 2.0's have been fantastic. Also the inversion keeps the wiper seals constantly lubricated in bath oil so small bump sensitivity is amazing. Not a lefty fanboy or anything, always ran Fox on my own bikes, but I don't get the completely unwarranted hate for it. It's a clever design and it does its job well.
ScottStedman mikelevy's article
Aug 4, 2017 at 7:33
Aug 4, 2017
Cube's Prototype 29er DH Bike - Mont-Sainte-Anne DH World Cup 2017
@galuska This picture shows it well. It wasn't clear before, but in this angle you can clearly see that the reservoir is tucked behind the split seat tube.
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Jul 11, 2017 at 9:00
Jul 11, 2017
Jul 11, 2017 at 8:58
Jul 11, 2017

Bontrager Race L Wheelset (Brand New) + Tires

$230 USD
Hi. Here's a set of unused Race L wheels I snagged but wound up never using. $449.99 retail. 20 spoke front, 24 spoke rear (all bladed spokes). Rim brake, standard road spacing (100xQR front, 135xQR rear). 700c. Comes with a set of Bontrager R1 racing slick tires (700x23) on them that were in the shop that I threw on, those are also brand new. Please also remove from my possession this ultra-rad Roval double wheelbag that some guy left at the shop two years ago and then never bothered to pick up. These wheels come with a TLR rimstrip pre-set in, but in my experience it doesn't work terribly well, so your mileage may vary if you're planning on trying road tubeless. I do see that the front wheel is missing a presta valve nut, and I do understand that you're anal-retentive enough that this is probably a deal-breaker for you, so rest assured, I will throw one on there for you before you pick it up.

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