wanna be trials biker
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Used lightly, mild scratched and shoe rub. Bottom bracket spins easily and NW teeth are hardly worn. crank length is 175mm BB works for both 68 and 73mm bottom brackets
Feb 25, 2016 at 13:32Feb 25, 2016
Used for less than 50 hours, light mountain biking. Owned and adjusted by a bike mechanic...the paint on the drop outs isn't even worn. straight 1 1/8"
Feb 25, 2016 at 13:28Feb 25, 2016
Fixie...looks like a pure fix but it has been painted over. Paint job is good none the less only a few scratches. Wheels are true, bullhorns and front brake new chain
Feb 25, 2016 at 13:22Feb 25, 2016
Used for mostly short mountain bike rides...no major dirt jumping/ racing. ISCG tabs and disc brake mounts with vertical dropouts. Cool all around frame
austingarner mikekazimer's article
Jan 14, 2016 at 18:42Jan 14, 2016
Opinion: Should You Take More Risks?
Risks are relative to the level you are riding at...expanding you're skill cap involves getting out of your comfort zone but it doesn't mean putting your life at risk. As a trials rider myself I realize that I am bucking myself off so stuff people wouldn't walk down and what most people would get seriously injured on trying to get down. However, I don't try things if I see there is an uncontrollable risk...people that expand their boundaries by taking excessive risk end up with a quick strong but short mountain biking career. It's about controlling the risk to a level where you can mess up and not get seriously injured.
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Aug 13, 2015 at 19:47Aug 13, 2015
Photo by Margus