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Stampers mikekazimer's article
Jun 12, 2018 at 0:08
Jun 12, 2018
Review: Race Face Turbine R Dropper Post
As long as it doesn’t ejector seat my nuts into the stratosphere I’m willing to give it a chance.
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May 19, 2018 at 4:56
May 19, 2018
Selling
May 19, 2018 at 4:52
May 19, 2018

Trek Fuel Ex 9.8 27 plus 19.5"

$3400 USD
FYI this is the 27.5 2.8" wide tire plus size version of the Fuel. 140mm fork travel, 130mm rear travel. Tires are already setup tubeless. Pedals, OURY grips and water bottle cage not included. Stock grips will be on bike. As much as I love this bike, I'm in need of a cross country full suspension race bike and don't have room or the money for both. The few times I've ridden the bike I've taken it to the Asheville area. I found it highly capable and confidence inspiring especially on downhills like you find in Pisgah National Forest. The bike is in like new condition with frame and all components in great shape. I thought I'd use it more but I've got a hardtail for most of my local riding so this bike has seen very little use over the last year. Drivetrain, brake pads, tires, grips and saddle will not require replacement anytime soon. I prefer to sell bike locally to avoid boxing, paypal, shipping fees etc. If you're in the NC area are interested please PM me to discuss further. Below are the bike's specs... Specifications Front suspensionFox Performance 34 Float, GRIP 3-position damper, E2 tapered steerer, G2 Geometry w/51mm offset, Boost110, 140mm travel Rear suspensionFox Performance Float EVOL, RE:aktiv 3-position damper, tuned by Trek Suspension Lab, 210x52.5mm Wheels WheelsDT Swiss M1900, 40mm rim width, Boost110 front, Boost148 rear, tubeless strips and valves included TiresSchwalbe Nobby Nic Performance w/Addix compound, Tubeless Ready, 27.5x2.80˝ Drivetrain ShiftersSRAM GX Eagle, 12 speed Rear derailleurSRAM GX Eagle, Roller Bearing Clutch CrankSRAM Descendant 7k Eagle, 32T Direct Mount X-Sync CassetteSRAM XG-1275, 10-50, 12 speed ChainSRAM GX Eagle SaddleBontrager Evoke 3, titanium rails SeatpostBontrager Drop Line, internal routing, 31.6mm (15.5: 100mm / 17.5 & 18.5: 125mm / 19.5 & 21.5: 150mm) HandlebarBontrager Line Pro, OCLV Carbon, 35mm, 15mm rise, 750mm width GripsBontrager Race Lite, lock-on StemBontrager Line Pro, Knock Block, 35mm clamp, 0 degree, 60mm length BrakesetSRAM Guide RS hydraulic disc

Stampers sarahmoore's article
May 2, 2018 at 18:24
May 2, 2018
Sarah Builds A Canyon Test Bike - Video
Yep, gotta adapt or die!
Stampers sarahmoore's article
May 2, 2018 at 18:20
May 2, 2018
Sarah Builds A Canyon Test Bike - Video
@friendlyfoe: its a good idea and with things like suspension and hydraulic brakes service intervals that are fairly predictable. however things like chains, cassettes, brake pads, wheels, bearings etc vary greatly depending on who is riding, how they ride and conditions they ride. its very difficult to apply a chart that's universally applicable to all. The best thing for riders is to learn how to recognize problems on their bikes such as loose bearing systems, loose spokes, worn parts etc... if someone doesn't know these things then its best to periodically bring your bike into a reputable shop to have it looked over by a pro mechanic/service writer. Even better would be for shops to be proactive and periodically contact their customer's with service reminders but not every shop has the resources or IT to make that happen.
Stampers pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 28, 2017 at 19:13
Sep 28, 2017
Tech Talks: Fixing Sticky Pistons, Presented by Park Tool – Video
Tip: use a grinder to turn your yellow shimano bleed blockers into a one sided block that allows you to safely hyper extend one piston at a time without over extending it. You can even modify one for quad pot brakes so you only extend one at a time. Those bleed blockers are a dime a dozen at shops. Make sure to hyper extend each piston 6-8 times after cleaning/ lubricating.
Stampers pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 14, 2017 at 5:40
Sep 14, 2017
Yamaha to Launch Their Own eMTB Lineup
@YouHadMeAtDrugs: emtb don't ruin the trails... that's Sierra Club talk. Do they threaten trail access?...maybe, in North America. But they are no more impactful to trails in terms of wear and tear than regular Mtb.
Stampers pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 14, 2017 at 5:35
Sep 14, 2017
Yamaha to Launch Their Own eMTB Lineup
Down voting people because they have a different viewpoint on emtb (or whatever you want to call it) seems an a lot like the snowflakes on college campuses crying for their safe space. Better to adapt to change than fight it. The best way to defeat an enemy is to make them your friend!
Stampers mikekazimer's article
Sep 9, 2017 at 11:15
Sep 9, 2017
Is This the World's Fanciest Balance Bike?
Or you could just pickup a Strider Pro...
Stampers mikekazimer's article
Jun 7, 2017 at 13:29
Jun 7, 2017
Five Ten Freerider Pro Shoes - Review
@Squeakybb: overpriced is a relative term depending on who you talk to... in my humble experience, you get what you pay for...
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