bjorntsc RichardCunningham's photo
Jun 27, 2018 at 22:06Jun 27, 2018
bjorntsc mikekazimer's article
Feb 28, 2018 at 20:10Feb 28, 2018
Mike vs. Mike: The Clipless Pedal Debate - Video
Explained why I haven't enjoyed a pink bike review in a while... thank you pinkbike for showing who is behind the articles.
Dec 8, 2017 at 11:16Dec 8, 2017
Fork: Rockshox pike 160mm, Fast damper medium tune, Vorsprung luftkappe Shock 1: Rockshox vivid coil R2C MM tune, 450# Rockshox ti spring Shock 2: Rockshox monarch plus debonair, custom firmer tune, maxed out volume spacers Bars: Easton havoc Cranks: Truvativ Decedent 170mm Chain Guide: Praxis works Seatpost: Fox Transfer 150mm Brakes: Guide ultamate levers to guide r calipers. Rotors: 180mm centerline front and rear. Front tire: minion 2.5 maxtera exo 3c Front wheel: Ibis 738 wheel Rear tire: minion 2.5 3c double down Rear wheel: ibis 738 rim to Chris King hub Pedals: Specialized bennies Brand new drivetrain: Sram 11-speed gx derailleur, shifter, cassette, chain, and Raceface 34t chain ring are brand new. They where bought to complete the bike rather than parting it out. No dents, just regular wear and tear. Wheels are straight and are up to tension. Tires are in good shape. Just replaced the rim tape and sealant (3oz of stans per wheel). Brakes have a decent bleed on them and the pads are at about 1/2 way to the retaining spring. I built this bike to have the best performance on a budget and rode it most of the last year. I spend most of my time and money on suspension rather than carbon parts.
Sep 10, 2017 at 23:31Sep 10, 2017
No dents, a few small scratches, nicks, and cable rub. No big crashes, haven't raced on this bike. All of the large scuffs and scratches are in the pictures. 400# steel coil and 375# un-used (356# on coil dyno) ti springs.com coil. Seat post, headset, and alfa seatpost included. This is an xl frame that has a 425mm reach, which is closer to a medium from most brands in the recent years. They added to the reach of the v4.2 bikes and this one matches up closer to a medium. 20 days on this bike in the last year. I have a boxxer wc fork and green race face atlas cranks that were bought at the time of this bike that is in very good shape.
Sep 10, 2017 at 23:17Sep 10, 2017
I think there are 3 volume tokens in it. Steer tube is about 6.25" from the top of the lower crown. Charger was bled and lowers serviced 5 days of riding ago. Stanchions are clean, fork has some very minor scratches on it. I have had this bike for about a year and have only ridden it 20 days. No point in keeping it.
bjorntsc vernonfelton's article
Jul 6, 2017 at 16:48Jul 6, 2017
Connor Fearon's Kona Operator - Bike Check
https://www.sram.com/rockshox/products/boxxer-team#sm.000010zj3oy16yfngykx4nitvwblj Ceazy is correct. The team has always been the same as the wc, but without the air spring.
bjorntsc redbullbike's article
Jun 4, 2017 at 0:22Jun 4, 2017
Plot Twist: Fast Life with Loïc Bruni Ep2 – Video
These videos are so good for the sport. They seem to bring in a prospective that is relatable for people who are not super in tune with the sport. They have enough amazing shots in them to appease those that are more accustomed to the sport. Personally though, too much hate on the wheel sizes. Whatever is fastest should be used at the top level of our sport.
Apr 18, 2017 at 16:21Apr 18, 2017
I bought these from specialized to lighten my bike up. Never mounted, brand new. It should fit all sizes.
Apr 18, 2017 at 16:15Apr 18, 2017
Rode 2 days, switched back to vivid air and kept as a spare. Medium compression and rebound tune. 450# coil
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