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Zak-B henryquinney's article
Apr 11, 2024 at 11:32
3 days
First Ride: The 2024 Giant Trance X Advanced
That raw alloy version is hot, and probably nearly 2lbs lighter than the Jibb V2 frame.
Zak-B jessiemaymorgan's article
Apr 11, 2024 at 6:54
3 days
First Look: The Raaw Jibb V2 is More Versatile with 130mm or 141mm Travel
Totally agree - love the vibe, the look, and the adjustability but the weight is ridiculous. It’s 600g more than my Kavenz frame which can be set up with 120-180mm of travel and has an idler.
Zak-B edspratt's article
Apr 8, 2024 at 11:42
Apr 8, 2024
Results: DH Des Roches 2024
Lol, naming your Belgian kid Tom Boonen in like naming your Canadian kid Wayne Gretzky.
Selling
Mar 10, 2024 at 8:04
Mar 10, 2024

Custom Giant Trance X Advanced Pro 29 Small

$3000 USD
Custom built from frameset, this has been my wife's bike for the past few seasons. Subtle dark purple color that pops and sparkles in the sun. Great shape, well maintained, fully tuned and ready to go. Minor scratches in the typical areas (wheels, downtube, etc.). Build as pictured with pedals (not included, though I have a few sets of Shimano and HT clipless pedals I can include) weighs 28.2lbs. Great all around light weight trail bike for a smaller person - Giant says 5'4" to 5'8" but my wife is 5'3" with longer legs and it fits her fine. I've ridden it a bit when I was between bikes and it's pretty fun at 5'8" (I own a M). High end custom build with carbon wheels, X01 drivetrain, power meter, etc. Fork and shock have low hours since last full service and the entire bike was gone over in preparation for sale (brakes bled, wheels trued, etc.). 2021 Small Trance X frame with 185x55mm Fox DPX2 Factory - Hi/Low flip chip allows for 66.2 or 65.5 degree HA - 135mm travel 2019 Fox Factory 34 Fit4 (Kashima CSU was swapped out to better match a different bike) - 150mm FSA headset Giant TRX0 29" Carbon wheelset - 30mm internal, Giant branded DT Swiss 240 hubs with 36t ratchets, Sapim Super spokes - 1660g Maxxis Forecaster V1 29x2.6 tires front and rear set up tubeless Enve M6 handlebar - 25mm rise, cut to 760mm - Ergon GE1 grips Syntace Megaforce 40mm stem XTR M9120 brake levers mated to M9020 race calipers, fresh fluid and pads, IceTech 180mm rotors F/R KS Lev Integra 150mm dropper (recently serviced) with RaceFace remote lever and new Giant Romero saddle Sram X01 Eagle 12sp cassette, derailleur, shifter Shimano XT M8000 170mm crank/bb with left arm Stages power meter and Wolftooth oval 30t chainring (extra Absolute Black 34t ovel ring included) Everything is in solid working condition and ready to ride with no issues. Get a full carbon high end build for the price of an entry level new bike. Paypal only, buyer covers fees and Bikeflights shipping costs (I will box). Check my past sales, I've sold tons of bikes and parts on PB over the past 15 years with no issues.

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Zak-B dariodigiulio's article
Mar 8, 2024 at 21:31
Mar 8, 2024
Interesting Tools from 711L - Taipei Cycle Show 2024
For more nerdy tool content check out Dave Rome’s Threaded newsletter at https://escapecollective.com/tag/threaded/
Zak-B dariodigiulio's article
Mar 4, 2024 at 13:11
Mar 4, 2024
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: What Fenders Pinkbike's Editors Actually Use
Just got the Zeb version in the mail a few days ago, it's really nice.
Zak-B mikekazimer's article
Dec 28, 2023 at 9:30
Dec 28, 2023
2023 Pinkbike Awards: Mountain Bike of the Year Winner
I feel like Trek made a heavier, uglier, more complicated, more expensive version of the Kavenz VHP I've been shredding since 2021 ;)
Zak-B seb-stott's article
Dec 20, 2023 at 12:14
Dec 20, 2023
Seb Stott's 2024 Predictions
Kavenz V7 has bolt on dropouts with 0/+10/+20mm options and UDH. Catch is the extra dropouts aren't cheap. Excited to try the new seatstays on my V5.
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