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Apr 22, 2019 at 11:22
Apr 22, 2019
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Apr 22, 2019 at 11:21
Apr 22, 2019

NEW Truvativ Descendant Carbon DH Bar and Stem 800mm

$150 USD
Brand new, taken off 2019 Trance 29 0 - stealth colorway only available OEM. 35mm bar clamp, 40mm stem. Bar only $120, or both for $150 - I won't sell the stem separately unless the bar goes first. Great looking setup, I just swapped to a lighter duty setup I was used to since the Trance is my trail/xc bike. SRAM marketing copy: Descendant 35mm DH Bars are big and burly and made to handle all the gravity you want to dish out. FEEL CONFIDENT. MSRP: $180 Material Carbon fiber Weight 230g Width 800mm Backsweep 9 degree Bar Clamp Diameter 35mm Rise 20mm Upsweep 5 degree Mix and Match might work for clothing, but not your mountain bike cockpit. The new Descendant stem is 3D forged from 7075 alloy, then machined for weight reduction, and is the perfect match for your Descendant bars—not that you’re worried about that kind of thing. Built strong, to take on the world’s toughest trails, Descendant stems keep you pointed in the right direction. 3D forged 7075 Stem angle/rise: 0 degrees Bar Clamp Diameter: 31.8mm, 35mm Length: 40mm Bolts: Steel CNC machined for weight reduction Four bolt handlebar clamp Two bolt steerer clamp Strength and weight The right spec for trail and enduro Perfect match with Descendant handlebars MSRP: $65

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Mar 21, 2019 at 15:47
Mar 21, 2019
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Mar 21, 2019 at 15:32
Mar 21, 2019

Fox 34 44mm offset CSU Kashima

$175 USD
This CSU came on my wife’s bike (2019 Factory 34 29 Boost 44mm offset) and was used for 2 rides before swapping out for an all black version to match her bike better because she’s vain :). Steerer is cut to 7.25” and has a star nut installed. It is in flawless condition other than the cut steerer. It will work on late model Fox 34 forks (dimpled transfer port air springs I believe 2018 and 2019 but please check with Fox), 27.5 up to 160mm or 29 up to 140mm travel. Fox part number is 820-12-142-KIT

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Mar 13, 2019 at 9:01
Mar 13, 2019
Selling
Mar 13, 2019 at 8:59
Mar 13, 2019

Juliana Joplin CC Santa Cruz Tallboy 2 Small

$2500 USD
2014 Juliana Joplin CC (same frame as Tallboy 2), purchased new in November 2014 (so riding started spring 2015) and ridden by my wife (1 of 2 or 3 bikes) for 3 seasons (no use last season due to pregnancy). Front triangle was just replaced by SC with a brand new one due to clear coat issues. All linkage bearings replaced at the same time. Fork and rear shock just serviced, and brand new rims were laced up (she had been riding some of my old LB carbon rims that were cracked). Full custom build, as pictured with XT trail pedals it's only 24.87 lbs. Everything is in great shape, and has been gone through end to end - it's ready to ride or race. Brakes have brand new pads and fluid, brand new tires mounted tubeless with sealant, brand new grips, etc. This is a great XC/light trail bike for a smaller person - it's probably one of the smallest 29er full suspension bikes made with an ETT of 21.9" and a reach of 14.2". Great bike for an up and coming NICA racer! Build: Joplin Primero (CC) carbon frame, new front triangle and linkage bearings, size small, Fox Float CTD rear shock (freshly rebuilt) SID RCT3 120mm Motion Control DNA (custom decals by Slik) - fresh rebuild with new seals Cane Creek 40 HS Race Face Turbine 60mm stem Giant lock-on grips (new) Syntace Vector carbon handlebars ~720mm X01 11sp shifter, rear deraileur, 10-42t cassette XX1 11sp chain, reading 0.5 on Park chain checker XTR brakes, new pads, Ice-Tech 160mm rotors DT Swiss 240 hubs laced with Supercomps to Stan's Crest MK3 rims (brand new rims and nipples) Maxxis Aspen 2.25 EXO TR tires (brand new, set up tubeless with sealant) Rock Shox Reverb dropper 100mm, left hand under bar remote (recently rebuilt) Sram X1 alloy cranks, GXP BB, 28t One-Up chainring Selle San Marco Aspide Glamour ti railed saddle XT trail clipless pedals Factory Description The queen of rocks and roll, Juliana's Joplin CC features a lightweight, stiff high-modulus carbon frame with 100mm of VPP suspension for a smooth, responsive ride that will have you pushing your limits with confidence. Short chainstays and wheelbase make it quick and nimble, and a 142 x 12mm rear axle keeps everything solid. Get on a Joplin and see how fast you can go.

Zak-B RichardCunningham's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 12:32
Dec 6, 2018
Op-ed: Another Lifetime - Journalist Meets Framebuilder
Yep, I got a Pro Floater in 1994 at the age of 16 - my first full suspension bike. Sold it to a buddy in college who still rides it occasionally. He told me he took it into a shop not long ago and they all freaked out. Hoping he'll sell it back to me at some point.
Zak-B pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 26, 2018 at 7:54
Oct 26, 2018
Zak-B mikelevy's article
Oct 22, 2018 at 11:09
Oct 22, 2018
Review: Yeti's New SB100
@pills1975: It's a little shorter size for size, I rode a medium in both at 5'8" tall. Close enough to feel pretty similar.
Zak-B mikelevy's article
Oct 22, 2018 at 9:26
Oct 22, 2018
Review: Yeti's New SB100
I actually owned both this summer, I had a Sniper for a brief period before I got rear ended on the freeway with it on my T2. The Sniper is lighter by quite a bit, mine was pretty close to 23lbs with pedals with only minor part swaps (XC Pro build), I think my SB100 was more like low to mid 25s with a 34SC and a pretty bling custom build. Sniper frame is probably at least a pound lighter. The Sniper was crazy flexy in the rear, and I felt like the geometry was gonna write checks that the frame couldn't cash (especially with a 34SC which I had planned on). I'm pretty certain I would have broken it had it not been in a car accident. The SB100 was way more solid feeling, much more trail bike than the Sniper. It did have issues with creaking though, which I was surprised weren't mentioned here - they did eventually send out revised Switch hardware that seemed to fix the issue, but I sold the bike shortly after due to some other circumstances, mainly lack of time to train and race XC due to having a baby - I couldn't really justify having a second bike that cost that much. The SB100 is a fun bike - really fast for most of the terrain I ride around Park City and an all around weapon for a skilled rider. Probably a perfect Downieville Classic or BC Bike Race bike.
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