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Norco Bigfoot 9.1

$1300 CAD
Like new; Size Medium Bigfoot 1. Rigid, Dropper post, Hydraulic Disk Brakes and 1x11 drivetrain, will fit up to a 26x5.0 tire. Optional; Topeak Ninja MTN Bottle Cage with integrated multitool. And Bar Mitt hand warmers. Only thing not stock on the bike is the green rim strip to colour match the bike, can be removed as the stock grey rim strip is underneath. Has only been ridden a handful of times in the snow. Bike retails at $1800 before tax. Selling to pay for upcoming race season travel. Specs: FRAMESET FRAME Norco 6061 X6 Alloy Bigfoot Fat Frame FORK Norco 6061 Alloy Fat Fork WHEELS FRONT HUB Alloy 135mm QR FRONT HUB SKEWER Alloy QR REAR HUB Joytech Alloy 190mm QR REAR HUB SKEWER Alloy QR SPOKES/NIPPLES Stainless Steel 14g - Black RIMS Sun Mulefut 80SL 26" 32H FRONT TIRE Schwalbe Jumbo Jim Performance Folding 26" x 4.8" REAR TIRE Same as Front DRIVETRAIN SHIFTER REAR SRAM NX 11spd REAR DERAILLEUR SRAM NX 11spd CASSETTE SRAM PG-1130 11/42 Cassette CRANKSET Samox 28T Alloy Crank BOTTOM BRACKET External Threaded PEDALS VP Nylon Flat Pedal CHAIN SRAM PC-1110 11spd COMPONENTS SEAT POST TranzX 125mm Dropper Post 31.6 SEAT POST CLAMP Norco Alloy Nutted Clamp SADDLE Norco XC Saddle HEADSET Angular Sealed Cartridge Bearings - Tapered HEADSET SPACER 2x10mm - Black STEM Alloy 60mm x 31.8 HANDLEBAR X6 Alloy 750mm x 31.8 GRIPS Norco Grip FRONT BRAKE SRAM Level 180mm REAR BRAKE SRAM Level 160mm BRAKE LEVERS SRAM Level

anthony3vans raceface's article
Dec 13, 2017 at 6:50
Dec 13, 2017
Race Face Releases Cinch Power Meter
Absolutely shredding the XC bike. Seat up!!
Nov 18, 2017 at 12:13
Nov 18, 2017

Eagle GX Cranks with pressfit BB and 30T ring.

$100 CAD
Came in bike build, never mounted 170mm length. Pressfit BB. 30T narrow wide direct mount chain ring, boost spacing

anthony3vans pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 5, 2017 at 20:06
Nov 5, 2017
Wild Urban Downhill Racing in Taxco, Mexico - Video
It’s because of arm pump. I wore really thin elbow pads last year in Taxco and they helped when I crashed/slid out on cobble stone. Track is short, so your arms might not pump up but if you’re not used to wearing them your not going to be riding comfortably.
anthony3vans basmajor's article
Nov 2, 2017 at 18:35
Nov 2, 2017
anthony3vans mikelevy's article
Oct 31, 2017 at 16:47
Oct 31, 2017
Pinkbike Poll: What Would You Change About Red Bull Rampage?
Regardless if I’m mistaken, if they were given a rank vs a score it could alleviate the arbitrary number game. I realize they need perimeters to justify results but it seems like they don’t have enough time to do so well enough. @scott-townes:
anthony3vans mikelevy's article
Oct 30, 2017 at 21:43
Oct 30, 2017
Pinkbike Poll: What Would You Change About Red Bull Rampage?
Change how it is judged; Do it like big mountain skiing. Every athlete does their run and after all are completed rank them so judges aren’t trying to fit riders in as they come down. Also more time for the judges to critique the runs rather then rush for the live stream. Also it’s great the builders are getting food now for building days, the mandatory rest day is great and a free phone case is cool. But it would be great to get compensated a bit more for taking two weeks off work to support the rider we dig for. The $5k given to the athlete to cover costs helps us diggers have less expenses incurred over the time. But even $1000 for the time spent building would help cover real life bills after missing an average pay period. After all joyride costs hundreds of thousands to build, they’re not just making the course on good will. Oh, and the guys that spent ONE day pushing a bike up the hill on finals got more swag then the diggers putting sunrise to sunset days in the desert.
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anthony3vans clear-glass-media's article
Oct 15, 2017 at 20:47
Oct 15, 2017
Anthony Evans: Fall Flavour - Video
That’s the Okanagan for ya!
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