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Oct 19, 2020 at 12:03Oct 19, 2020
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Oct 19, 2020 at 11:41Oct 19, 2020
adamweld jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 17, 2020 at 22:03Oct 17, 2020
Bike Check: Loic Bruni's Specialized Demo
Shigura all fnin day. Everyone who hops on my bike comments on how great the brakes feel. MT5 calipers + Deore levers, less than $250 in it including rotors. Stock Magura are tough to bleed, I was having to do mine every few weeks but haven't had to touch them after changing the levers almost a year ago. I just flushed Shimano mineral oil thru the system.
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Oct 13, 2020 at 18:05Oct 13, 2020
Oct 13, 2020 at 18:05Oct 13, 2020
Awesome hardtail, no rush to sell but I'm testing the waters. SRAM X01 / XX1 drivetrain SLX brakes, 200/180mm ice-tech rotors Spank Oozy 395+ wheels Maxxis DHF 3C EXO+ 2.6" F/R Rockshox Revelation RC 140mm Oneup 170mm dropper Brand-X carbon bars, 800mm Lizardskins grips WTB Rocket seat Shoot me a message if you're interested in taking a look. Local only, not interested in shipping.
Oct 12, 2020 at 12:40Oct 12, 2020
Sep 23, 2020 at 12:09Sep 23, 2020
Are you looking to increase your speeds to 'mach chicken' without breaking the bank? This shred sled might be right for you. It's a 160/160 all mountain ripper that's seen action from a few different lovers, most recently my girlfriend, but as she moves on the bike has also decided that it's ready for a new muse. Does it have scrapes and scratches? Absolutely, it's a mountain bike. But all the important parts are in good shape, it's been well maintained and is ready to take on all the abuse you can throw at it. The geo is actually quite modern other than the seat tube angle, with a long reach and wheelbase and a slack 65deg head tube angle. The M/S size will fit best riders between 5'3" and 5'7". I've included a geo comparison link w/ the numbers of the Trek plugged in as a custom bike, so you can see how it measures up to something you've tried on. Once it's stopped raining I'll take the bike out to snap better photos; in the mean time let me know if you're interested and I will do my best to answer any questions you may have. Frame: Trek Slash 9 2014, 17.5" (Medium/Small) Fork: FOX Performance Series 34 Talas with CTD adjustable FIT damper, travel adjustable 130mm/160mm Shock: FOX Performance Series Float with DRCV, CTD Damper, Rebound, 8.25x2.375" (160mm travel) Wheels: WTB ST i29, 27.5" Tires: Maxxis DHF 3C MaxxTerra Front (almost new), Maxxis DHR II DC Rear (65% tread) Brakes: Shimano XT 2-piston (fresh bleed) Rotors: Shimano 203mm front, 180mm rear (like new) Drive: SRAM GX 1x11, 10-42 cassette, 32t x-sync 2 chainring Cranks: SRAM X01 175mm Chain: SRAM XX1 Saddle: FABRIC Scoop Sport Dropper: Bontranger 125mm or KS iteni 150mm, your choice Bars: ENVE Carbon, 740mm Geometry Comparison: https://99spokes.com/compare?bikes=$Trek%20Slash%202014;*z.Custom|w.27.5|s.581|r.427|st.419|sa.66.5|ht.100|ha.65|bb.6|cs.435|wb.1179,transition-patrol-carbon-xo1-2020;*z.SM|w.27.5,specialized-stumpjumper-expert-carbon-27.5-2021;*z.SM|w.27.5
Sep 21, 2020 at 22:25Sep 21, 2020
adamweld pinkbikeoriginals's article
Sep 11, 2020 at 21:58Sep 11, 2020
Video: Friday Fails #135
Disagree, I've had plenty of bails where I end on my feet but wouldn't have gotten away if I stayed on.