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Marquette via NTN


Jul 15, 2022 at 5:53
Jul 15, 2022

Shimano Zee Brakeset

$240 USD
Shimano Zee 4pot Brakeset. One season of use. Excellent condition, lots of life left in the pads. Good bleed. Front: 760mm hose Rear: 1380mm hose Buyer pays shipping & paypal fees

Mar 19, 2022 at 19:02
Mar 19, 2022

Cane Creek DBAir IL 184x44

$350 USD
Selling a used but excellent condition Cane Creek DBAir IL. Under 50 hours on the shock. Amazing shock, but I switched to a new frame for this season and I don't need it anymore. Will come with fresh bushings installed. Paypal only. Buyer pays shipping.

ajreed seb-stott's article
Aug 31, 2021 at 9:04
Aug 31, 2021
First Look: The Digit Datum Has Shock Strut Suspension
Finally a frame that will eat shock bushings faster than a trunion mount!
ajreed dangerholm's article
Jul 1, 2021 at 10:24
Jul 1, 2021
Dangerholm's Latest: A Mountain Biker's Gravel Bike
This article made me realize that BicyclePubes is gone and now my day is ruined.
Jun 29, 2021 at 17:01
Jun 29, 2021

Kona Honzo ESD

$1950 USD
New 2021 Kona Honzo ESD for sale. One short ride on it. I really wanted to try the geo but its 100% the wrong bike for where I live haha. Built as a singlespeed with a rigid post and QR seat clamp. Run it as a shuttle bike or bring your own dropper and drivetrain! Spec is: 2021 Honzo ESD frame (size L) - Fox 36 Rhythm fork (160mm travel) - Bontrager Line Comp Wheelset (XD driver, 108pt engagement) - Maxxis DHF 29x2.3 front (tubeless) - Maxxis Aggressor 29x2.3 rear with Tannus Armor installed (tubeless) - Magura MTthirty 4-piston brakes with 203 Magura HC rotors front and rear - SLX 175mm crankset (30T chainring) - Problem Solvers XD Singlespeed kit (18T cog, 20T will also be included) - Kona 35mm bar (780mm) & stem (40mm) - Kona grips (not pictured) - Promax 400mm seatpost - WTB Volt Kona-branded saddle Pedals not included. Buyer pays shipping & paypal fees. Lowballs will be ignored.

ajreed henryquinney's article
Jun 9, 2021 at 7:29
Jun 9, 2021
First Look: All New 2022 Scott Spark - The Next Generation of Integration
Pretty wild idea and a good looking frame... But 540mm ST on an XL? 800mm+ standover? I thought we were done with 100mm dropper posts. Its a thoroughbred XC bike. The 900 version shouldn't exist. Its too tall to be a proper downcountry bike.
May 2, 2021 at 17:39
May 2, 2021

SR Suntour Auron

$300 USD
Selling an excellent condition non-boost SR Suntour Auron RC2 fork. No scratches or anything. Fork looks brand new. Currently at 140mm travel with a 7.75" steerer tube. 51mm offset. 20 hours on the fork with fresh oil. Fork is threaded for a oneup topcap, but you can install a starnut for a normal cap if you want. Details: Buyer pays shipping and paypal fees. Paypal only.

May 2, 2021 at 17:28
May 2, 2021

NEW Banshee Phantom V2 XL

$1300 USD
Selling a brand new Banshee Phantom V2 frame. Size XL. Includes shock, headset, and boost dropouts. Bike was assembled, ridden around a dirt parking lot, and then sat in the garage. I'm putting the build kit on another frame. This frame rode too similar to my 111 and I don't need 2 of the same bike, even though the raw aluminum finish is gorgeous! Specifics found here: Buyer pays shipping & paypal fees. Paypal only.

ajreed sarahmoore's article
Apr 27, 2021 at 10:41
Apr 27, 2021
Field Trip: Norco's $1,499 Fluid Loves All-Day Pedal Fests
@JDFF: 65HTA on trail hardtails is a very recent idea... I guess we'll see if it sticks. At some point we're going to hit a tipping point on modern geometry... where the progressive HTA/STA no longer balances well with wheelbase. That point has already been crossed for my local riding. I ride a 66 HTA Honzo now and its great for steeps and high speed, but sucks on tight low-speed sections and techy climbs in comparison to the 68 HTA that was progressive 5 years ago. Geometry is an equilibrium where nothing is free. You're right that the perfect geo for each person depends on their local topography. The hardtail geo that I want for wide open riding in Socal is totally different than the hardtail geo I want for low speed tech in Marquette. We'll have to agree to disagree on what that exact balance point should be for a 120mm hardtail. I'm just frustrated seeing every hardtail compared to a benchmark geo that is designed for a very specific topography that most riders don't choose a hardtail for.
ajreed henryquinney's article
Apr 27, 2021 at 9:56
Apr 27, 2021
Shimano Introduces New 'Linkglide' Drivetrain Technology with Bold Longevity Claims
Pricing? Are more cogs pinned together so it will gouge aluminum HG freehubs less?
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