Father of 4 trying to hold it down and have fun along the way.
andelinc DVOSuspension's article
Sep 26, 2023 at 12:33Sep 26, 2023
DVO Introduces New Onyx 38 Fork
Added 16 photos to Buysell
Sep 16, 2023 at 9:56Sep 16, 2023
Sep 16, 2023 at 9:47Sep 16, 2023
2021 Medium Pivot firebird XT/XTR build. Pretty much stock except for Renthal stem, Sensus grips, SDG Errant seat, and TRP trail EVO brakes with 2.3mm thick rotors. This thing climbs awesome and rips downhill. Very well cared for and lightly ridden. Super clean except for a few chips on the paint as seen in photos and some rub on the Down tube from shuttling (see pics). No issues mechanically. Fully ride wrapped. Pedals not included. $4800 shipped in the lower 48. Let me know if you have any specific questions.
andelinc edspratt's article
Sep 15, 2023 at 6:32Sep 15, 2023
Ibis Enduro Team Pulls Out of World Cup Racing
Man! And they had just released that sweet HD6!
andelinc menon's article
Sep 6, 2023 at 8:04Sep 6, 2023
Photo Story: The 5th Ladakh MTB Fest 2023
Love the dude shredding on a 120mm trail bike. I was lead to believe that anything short of a $7000 carbon enduro sled was unridable.
andelinc mikekazimer's article
Sep 5, 2023 at 11:17Sep 5, 2023
Review: Scor 2030 - The Trail Bike You Didn't Know You Wanted
This is the most civilized mullet debate I have ever seen on Pinkbike. Nice work guys!
andelinc pivotcycles's article
Aug 29, 2023 at 5:22Aug 29, 2023
Pivot Factory Racing Release Limited Edition Firebird
Totally! I would love to build one up with nice suspension, but not have to pay for the full xtr or XO1 or a completely unnecessary Kashima dropper post. Or maybe even try a Zeb on it, gasp!
andelinc viktorcsaszar's article
Aug 3, 2023 at 16:20Aug 3, 2023
Video: 'Perspective Kőszeg' Goes Behind the Scenes of a Grass Roots MTB Community
That is a uniquely American view. The stakes are much higher in most countries. I don’t think most governments around the world see “civil disobedience” in the same light that you do. Most people around the world don’t enjoy the luxury of being able to behave in that way and only get a slap on the wrist.
andelinc mattbeer's article
Jul 24, 2023 at 9:45Jul 24, 2023
Review: Devinci Chainsaw - Primed for the Bike Park
I could be totally wrong here, but in my limited experience with high pivot bikes they seem to eat up bumps in a way low pivot bikes usually can't because they have a rearward axle path and are thus more stable. However, my understanding is that they don't jump very well for the same reason. I can find tech anywhere. My main reason for going to a bike park is to find jumps and drops that I wouldn't normally find on natural trails. This doesn't seem to be the kind of bike for that. Maybe that's why there's an "enduro setup".