Ride bikes errday.
SnowChaser edspratt's article
May 23, 2019 at 17:29May 23, 2019
Video: Yoann Barelli Guides You Down Whistler's Cheap Thrills Trail
It's a bell sixer.
SnowChaser mikekazimer's article
May 12, 2019 at 12:20May 12, 2019
3 Pro Enduro Bike Checks - EWS Madeira 2019
@Lokirides: if you look closely there is a hanger in there too, tucked into the sleeve on the right side. I actually broke a couple of cables a few years ago on an XT 10 speed derailleur where the cable bends right before it is clamped by the pinch bolt. I started carrying a spare after I broke the first, and was very grateful to have it when I broke the second. Now that I'm riding Sram it hasn't been a problem, but the cable is still in my SWAT box.
May 3, 2019 at 16:11May 3, 2019
If you know the history of the Stumpjumper FSR, you know that it doesn't believe in compromising. And not surprisingly, this still rings true today with the Stumpjumper Expert 29/6Fattie. It features our FACT 9m carbon fiber for the bulk of the construction in order to provide an ultra-lightweight, strong, and stiff frame. The carbon molding process also allowed us to revolutionize how you carry your trail essentials with the all-new SWAT™ Door found at the down tube. This compartment will fit a tube, a tool, and pump without rattling or compromising the structural integrity of the frame. You'll also find an aggressive, trail-eating geometry to complement the 29-inch wheels that features ridiculously short chainstays, a roomy top tube, a low bottom bracket, and a slacked out front end. And to make things even better, the Stumpy's design also allows you the opportunity to toggle between 29-inch wheels and 6Fattie wheels (not included), allowing the ultimate in configuration options for the trail at hand. For the build, we spec'd some of SRAM's best performing and durable 12-speed components, a FOX 34 Performance fork with 150mm of travel, and hand-built Roval Traverse 29 carbon wheels. It's a bike that will have you never looking back—unless it's to see your buddies eating your dust. Condition- the bike has all stock parts, with new grips and saddle. The performance of all parts is flawless, cosmetically it is as you would expect from 1 year of riding with a few small nicks and scratches but nothing particularly deep.
SnowChaser mikekazimer's article
May 3, 2019 at 6:32May 3, 2019
First Look: DT Swiss' New Ratchet EXP Hub Design
@SpokeGuy: Yes, to remove the bearing behind the FHB you have to remove the splined ring. It takes a special tool, and since pedaling tightens that ring they are notorious for breaking tools/mechanic hands/splined rings when you try to remove them.
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Mar 24, 2019 at 22:23Mar 24, 2019
Mar 24, 2019 at 22:19Mar 24, 2019
Hi guys, I just got a new bike so it is time to sell last year's sled. It is extremely dialled and ready for a great season of whatever chunky trails you can throw at it! I purchased the bike brand new last February and have been loving it but it's time to try something different. If you don't like the color of the wheels, they are just decals and can be peeled off. Parts list below. The 2018 Enduro 29 is a well rounded aggressive trail bike. I have taken it on long xc rides, as well as ridden it at bike parks. With 160mm of rear travel and a 170mm travel fork, it has plenty of beef to handle the roughest rock gardens or the biggest drops. Specialized carbon frames also come with a storage compartment inside the downtube, which I have found to be super convenient for carrying everything I need for long rides without needing to wear a backpack. Condition: the bike has been extremely well maintained. I recently tuned it up and installed a number of brand new parts that have never been ridden, listed below. There are a couple of scratches in the paint on the downtube, detailed in the photos. Bike does not come with pedals. But for the right price I can include a fairly beat up pair of Deity Tmacs. The Bike: 2018 Enduro Elite Carbon 29, size Medium. Carbon front end, aluminum rear stays. Brand New Parts (0 rides, installed at the beginning of April): -Roval Traverse Carbon Wheels with DT Swiss 350 rear hub and Specialized Butcher 29x2.6" tires -GX Eagle Chain -Sram 30t Chainring -Front and Rear brake pads -Sram 200mm brake rotors -derailleur cable and housing -frame suspension bearings -160mm Specialized dropper post and cable -Sensus Lite Grips Other parts, most of which are upgrades over stock: -Rockshox Lyrik RC2 170mm, boost, 44mm offset. Installed in September 2018, low ride time since then. Clean stanchions and perfect function. The lowers have a bit of rub from a bike rack but I just put on new decals. I can include a 160mm air spring as well. Rockshox fender. -Rockshox Monarch Plus, freshly and fully rebuilt with no riding since the rebuild(damper overhauled) -Sram GX eagle drivetrain with NS Billet derailleur hanger. With a fresh cable, ring and chain, it is smooth and ready to ride. -Sram Code R Brakes, fresh bleed on front. -780mm S-works Carbon DH Handlebars. -45mm Specialized Stem -143mm WTB Volt Saddle with TI rails -Specialized Z bottle cage with EMT tool
SnowChaser jamessmurthwaite's article
Feb 21, 2019 at 22:20Feb 21, 2019
CBD is Being Marketed at Mountain Bikers, What Does That Mean?
At least the ones I know.
SnowChaser brianpark's article
Jan 8, 2019 at 8:03Jan 8, 2019
Field Test: 12 Bikes Hucked to Flat in Gratuitous Slow Motion
SnowChaser aidanoliver's article
Oct 10, 2018 at 6:31Oct 10, 2018
7 of the Weirdest MTB Instagram Accounts
He just reposts memes and fake news...
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Aug 6, 2018 at 12:32Aug 6, 2018