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Propain Tyee

$3400 CAD
This is my Propain Tyee 2016 in size XL. It is in very good condition whole frame is wrapped in rockguard. I am just under 6 ft and the bike is perfect size for me. Bike rides really well linkage is plush and soaks up big hits. Mostly used for light trail riding at fromme I have always kept up with routine maintenance and everything works perfectly. Spec: Frame: XL Tyee V2 Fork: Lyrik RCT3 170mm Shock: Monarch Debonair RC3 Wheels: Stans Notubes Flow S1 with propain brand hubs Brakes: Magura MT5 (best brakes Ive ever had) Cockpit: Sixpack handlebars (785mm) 50 mm sixpack stem Seatpost: Rockshox reverb B1 (150mm) Drivetrain: Sram NX 11spd

acetasting1992 vernonfelton's article
Feb 13, 2018 at 15:04
Feb 13, 2018
Shimano Patent Filing Raises Electric Questions
@skelldify: you havent lubed your chain in 2 months?
acetasting1992 vernonfelton's article
Feb 9, 2018 at 18:52
Feb 9, 2018
acetasting1992 vernonfelton's article
Feb 9, 2018 at 12:27
Feb 9, 2018
When Are New Standards Called For? - Pinkbike Poll
Its not dub itself though, everyone has stressed this. Needle that broke the camels back and all that.
Feb 9, 2018 at 9:36
Feb 9, 2018
acetasting1992 pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 7, 2018 at 14:46
Feb 7, 2018
YT Teases New Capra - Video
The video was awesome. I really liked it. Super creepy and interesting, edgy and another example of how YT is pushing boundaries for mtb, I havent seen another mtb ad like this. Loved it and cant wait to see what they come up with in the future.
acetasting1992 mikelevy's article
Feb 1, 2018 at 14:22
Feb 1, 2018
January 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month?
@onemind123: its not just cranks though, and I dont want to sound like I dont like progression I think tubeless is great, I think droppers are great etc. but again it seem like the aim there was genuinely to create something that improves the riding experience, where with Sram it feels like they sit around trying to make bike parts less and less compatible.
acetasting1992 mikelevy's article
Feb 1, 2018 at 12:17
Feb 1, 2018
January 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month?
I dont really care about them calling it 28.99 instead of 29 to be honest, and I wouldnt be sick of new standards.. if it was necessary. My issues are that the durability/performance improvements (if there are any) are just not worth the extra hassle of a completely new standards. You can keep telling us how important a couple of mms are in terms of seals and all that, but it still doesnt justify it. New standards for shock length, hub width, chainring offset, now crank spindle width.. where does it end? we all know that youre just trying to stop us buying second hand gear anyway...
acetasting1992 mikelevy's article
Jan 25, 2018 at 15:59
Jan 25, 2018
Failing the $2,000 Bike Challenge - Opinion
@bonfire: I would 100%. Unfortunately I would also say that your run down of a KTM is pretty skewed depending on the year. The 2017s 2018s are some of the best bikes around.. the WP AER forks are again some of the best suspension forks on the market right now, you may not like their styling. I think they dont sweat the small stuff because "brake lever ergonomics" isnt something thats really going to affect you unless you are riding at the top 0.00001% level. I think the suspension linkage is basic and universal across the board because they figured it out a long time ago and have stuck with the best formula. Motors dont need a huge amount of maintenance if you arent hitting the rev limitter all ride long. I would say they are far more advanced. The large companies have much more resources to put into R&D and the benefits of producing a genuinely fast bike are much larger (Look at the KTM/Dungey takeover)
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