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Feb 2, 2018

Cane Creek DB Air CS Metric 230 x 65 BRAND NEW BOXED

$350 GBP
Brand new Cane creek CC DB Air CS shock in metric 230 x 65. Still boxed, bushes in (No hardware). Never used.

benpinnick pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 25, 2018 at 10:00
Jan 25, 2018
Charlie Hatton Rides Cwmcarn in South Wales – Video
Love Cwmcarn myself. So much so we gave the shop there a free demo fleet to rent out. Wales' best little trail centre.
benpinnick mikelevy's article
Aug 13, 2017 at 13:12
Aug 13, 2017
Prototype Hayes DH Brake - Crankworx Whistler 2017
You need to try SRAM bleeding edge. Idiot proof bleeding for the masses.
benpinnick mikelevy's article
Aug 13, 2017 at 13:10
Aug 13, 2017
Prototype Hayes DH Brake - Crankworx Whistler 2017
Pretty sure I had Hope C2s about a year before the Hayes came out. Hayes may have been more mass market, but I think the Hope brakes probably led the way.
benpinnick pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 13, 2017 at 12:54
Aug 13, 2017
benpinnick vernonfelton's article
Jul 28, 2017 at 12:40
Jul 28, 2017
Too Long? Too Slack? Not Enough? – Pinkbike Poll
Just remember.... everything other than the smallest size in any range is just a size. Long is relative!
benpinnick mattwragg's article
Oct 4, 2016 at 1:59
Oct 4, 2016
EWS Round 8, Finale Ligure Italy - Race Day Two
Running your cleats slammed all the way back is #enduro. Has been for a while now.
benpinnick ollyforster's article
Apr 3, 2016 at 0:03
Apr 3, 2016
First Look: 2017 DT Swiss Spline One 1501 Wheel Series
@sutter2k: No the old had 2 piece hubs, neither 240 or 350 (but more like 240s). These are just rebadged 240s now.
benpinnick pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 31, 2016 at 23:48
Mar 31, 2016
Suspension Manufacturers Introduce Metric Shock Sizing
@b26-4-Life: Its not quite that you cant get close, its that you cant get what you want. Theres about (AFAIK) 30 or so new metric sizes going into production as standard sizes across the manufacturers, compared to about 10 today. Thats spread over fewer i2i lengths though (each i2i supporting a range of sizes). I think its a case of manufacturers deciding that shocks needed to get longer and more logical, and saying to themselves we can either back fill the current range by lengthening shocks in 1/2 inch increments and 1/8 stroke increments until the range is complete.... or, start again on a sensible sizing regime that makes sense. I know which I would have done.
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