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Jul 7, 2020 at 18:28Jul 7, 2020
Hiked in Mount Washington. view ridelog hike
Jul 6, 2020 at 11:57Jul 6, 2020
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Jul 5, 2020 at 6:18Jul 5, 2020
Jul 4, 2020 at 7:42Jul 4, 2020
Lowers I bought used to convert my 26" 40 into a 27.5 for mulletizing that never happened. The finish is splotchy but overall integrity is fine. Price includes S&H to CONUSA,
Jul 4, 2020 at 7:39Jul 4, 2020
Price includes s&h CONUSA. Nice post for times where you don't need too much drop, or just enough for DH sessions, bikepacker, or gravel bike. Upgrade your old hardtail without dropping a lot of coin and no cables and levers to mess with.
Jul 4, 2020 at 7:37Jul 4, 2020
Used but excellent condition wheelset that came off my 2014 Kona Process 111 wheelset in favor or carbon hoops. These come built with Hope Pro 2 EVo hubs and an XD driver for 11 speed. Note: If you plan on running the rear with an e*13 11 or 12 speed cassette, you will need to contact e*13 to get a free alloy shim to seat the cassette properly. They appear straight and true but may need to be re-taped. Buyer pays for s&h and any insurance via Bikeflights (UPS). The box dimensions are 28" x 28" x 7" & 10 lbs. Shipping address is: Staples 3333 Crompond Rd. Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 As an example, it would cost $28-34 to ship to Texas w/ $250 insurance coverage & $500 coverage respectively. For enduro, trail, and all mountain use Bead Socket Technology (BST) for superior tubeless performance Rim width: 29.1mm external and 25.5mm internal for maximum tire volume Reinforced spoke bed Stronger and lighter low-profile sidewalls for quicker acceleration Compatible with standard tires when used with or without tubes With multiple World Cup and World Championship victories already in the books, improving the legendary Flow wasn't easy, but input from the best riders in the world and countless hours spent sweating even the smallest of details has led to a rim that redefines what even we thought was possible. The new Flow EX is lower, wider, and meaner, offering a lower profile sidewall and redesigned Bead Socket Technology for maximum durability and tire seal on even the most punishing of technical trails. We kept the weight low, but the new EX offers 14% thicker sidewalls for maximum dent resistance and a 33% thicker spoke bed for added pull-through strength. Increasing the outside width of the rim to 29.1mm and the interior width to 25.5mm let us reshape the bead socket for an even tighter seal and allowed our internal arch to add even more stiffness to the rim's structure. The new Flow EX: the strongest, fastest rolling, and best sealing tubeless rim available for 26-inch, 29-inch and 650b tires sizes just got even better.
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Jul 3, 2020 at 22:30Jul 3, 2020
Jul 3, 2020 at 20:26Jul 3, 2020
Excellent shape; was used on a 140mm Pike RTC3 non-Boost fork. Price includes shipping within CONUSA RS 35mm Ramp Control Cartridge Model A ...will fit 2013-2016 Pike forks with 15x100 axle spacing. Solo air models only. Recommended for 140mm+ 29”, 27.5+, 26” and 27.5” forks. Adds speed-sensitive ending-stroke control and bottom-out force adjustability to compatible forks. Just 55 g! Lighter than most air-spring assemblies with more than two tokens. Isolate and tune bottom-out with minimal changes to initial and mid-stroke. Bring your tuning to the trail and out of the workshop! Easy installation requires little time and few tools - no lower-leg removal required. https://mrpbike.com/products/ramp-control-cartridge-for-rock-shox?variant=12922378387498
Jul 3, 2020 at 20:13Jul 3, 2020
A game-changing, playful, aggressive trail model from the Process line with just the original stem, headset, BB, drivetrain, seat post clamp & pivot bearings. This bike is was purchased used from Sellwood Cycles in OR via Pinkbike. It's never been seriously crashed and only has minor blemishes. There is some heel rub on the stays but no cracks whatsoever. $5599 MSRP new, rare NOS bikes are going for $2500, mine is selling for $2700 with carbon wheels with DT hubs, or $2300 with Stan’s Flow EX & Hope wheelset. This is non-Boost hub spacing. I bought it for my wife who rode it three or four times, so it’s been my back up bike which I rode the least since I have other bikes in the rotation. I've been running the original wheelset on it for about the last 2 years, so the carbon wheels have even less miles. Main changes to the bike are as follows: • Pike 140mm vs. Revelation Solo Air RTC3 120mm • Shimano SLX vs. Avid X0 brakes • OneUp Dropper w/ Wolftooth ReMote vs. KS Lev Integra & crappy KS lever • WTB Deva vs. Volt saddle • SRAM Centerline 180/180 vs. Avid HS1 180/160 rotors • Vittoria Goma & Morsa vs. Maxxis Ardent tires • OneUp integrated chain guide & bash guard The Pike with 20mm more travel just adds more party than the stock Revelation fork ever could. It slackened the bike more and helps to add to downhill stability at speed. The wheels were custom built on DT Swiss 350 hubs. Rims are 30mm internal spacing carbon from xmspeedcarbon. The spokes are DT Swiss 2.0-1.8-2.0 double butted with alloy nipples. Driver is SRAM XD (not as pictured). Wheels are taped and valved for tubeless. Front weighs 811 grams; rear 946. If you want to save $400, you can have the OEM Stan’s Flow EX alloy wheels built with Hope Pro 2 EVO hubs. Very nice wheelset; but there is a half-pound weight penalty if you switch the wheels with the same tires, valves, and sealant volume. However, I have listed the Stan's set separately so it may not be available as an option if it sells. The cassette has been changed to an e*thirteen trs 9-46T cassette. Note that Hope hubs require a shim when using this cassette, which this driver currently has. The rear shock has been upgraded to the Monarch RC3 with a new Debonair can and I think 3 bands, which worked well for my 170-175 lb riding weight. A Shimano SLX brakeset paired with 6-bolt SRAM Centerline rotors provide massive stopping power, and the Vittoria Goma up front and Morsa out back makes for grippy & fast rolling combo and are in great condition. I replaced the KS Lev Integra with a One Up Dropper post a few weeks ago with a Wolftooth ReMote lever. This bike has a reliable, sensible spec and just rips- I'm selling it because my wife barely rides and when she wants to, she can ride my fattie with summer wheels. Buyer pays for s&h and any insurance via Bikeflights (UPS). The box dimensions are 52" x 32" x 12" & 49 lbs. Shipping address is: Staples 3333 Crompond Rd. Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 Here are the specs: FRAME MATERIAL Kona 6061 Aluminum Butted 111mm Rear Travel SIZE MEDIUM (17) PAINT COLOR Matte blood red & Black / silver stays FRAME SIZE Medium REAR SHOCK Rockshox Monarch Plus RT3 + Debonair can w/ 3 bands (upgrade) FORK RockShox Pike RTC3 Solo Air 140mm QR15 Tapered non-Boost; 2 tokens (Upgrade) CRANKARMS SRAM XX1 175mm non-Boost SPROCKET e*thirteen trs 9-46T (upgrade) CHAINRINGS SRAM XX1 X-Sync 30T black B/B SRAM Press Fit 92 CHAIN GUIDE/BASH GUARD: OneUp Bash Guard PEDALS Not Included CHAIN KMC X11SL11 hollow pin; Gold (New, upgrade) FREEWHEEL DT Swiss XD driver F/D None R/D SRAM SRAM XX1 Type II 11-speed SHIFTER SRAM XX1 11-speed BRAKE CALIPERS Shimano SLX BRAKE ROTORS SRAM Centerline 180mm (upgrade) Shimano XT resin pads with cooling fins (New, upgrade) BRAKE LEVERS Shimano SLX HEADSET FSA Orbit 1.5 ZS No.57 HANDLEBAR Kona Aluminum 35mm clamp x 780mm wide STEM Kona 40mm x 35mm clamp SEATPOST OneUp dropper (New upgrade) 150mm drop, 31.6 post diam. SEAT CLAMP Kona Clamp GRIPS Ergon GE1 (upgrade) SADDLE WTB Deva 144mm wide (upgrade) FRONT HUB DT Swiss 350 QR15x 100 (upgrade) REAR HUB DT Swiss 142x12 (upgrade) SPOKES DT Swiss RIMS XMSpeedCarbon 30e/25i (upgrade) FRONT TIRE Vittoria Goma 29 x 2.4 TNT REAR TIRE Vittoria Morsa 29 x 2.3 TNT, 4C, Graphene WEIGHT: 30.7lbs w/o pedals http://2014.konaworld.com/process_111_dl.cfm https://www.pinkbike.com/news/kona-process-111-dl-review-2013.html Torque settings 22 N-m for rocker & seat stay, 32 N-m for main pivots, 10 N-m for shock bolts