I like to rip on hard tails!
Added 13 photos to 2016-Trance-1
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I road this bike for the 2016 season and have kept it in great condition. I have had it regularly maintained and had the fork and rear shock rebuild about a week ago. I also had the the whole suspension gone through and had all the bearings cleaned and re-greased. I also had the brake pads changed recently and they have little wear on them. I have also added a few new parts to this bike such as: - Carbon Santacuz handle bar (31" wide). - Gravity Grid 35.0mm stem - Schwalbe Magic Marry in the front. (Tubless Ready) - Chromag Contact pedals, black Stock Parts: Frame: ALUXX SL-grade aluminum, 5.5" Maestro suspension Fork: Fox 34 Float Factory Kashima w/ 15mm thru-axle, OverDrive steerer, 140mm travel Shock: Fox Float Factory Seatpost: Giant Contact SL Switch, dropper, 30.9mm Saddle: Giant Contact, upright Shifters: SRAM X1, Rear only Rear Derailleur: SRAM X01, Type 2 Brakes: SRAM Guide RS, Hydraulic disc, [F] 170mm [R] 160mm Brake Levers: SRAM Guide RS, Hydraulic disc Cassette: SRAM XG-1180 10x42, 11-speed Chain: KMC X11L Crankset: SRAM X1, 32T Bottom Bracket; SRAM, Press Fit Rims: Giant TRX 1 Composite WheelSystem; 27mm wide, Tubeless compatible (These carbon wheels are amazing!) Hubs: Giant TRX 1 Composite WheelSystem; 28h, [F] 15mm axle, [R] 142x12 axle Spokes; Giant TRX 1 Composite WheelSystem; Sapim Race, 14/15g Rear Tire: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5x2.25, (Tubeless ready) If you have any questions about this bike please do not hesitate to ask. Thank you.
Added 22 photos to Santacruz-Chameleon
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2015 Santa Cruz Bicycles Chameleon R Build This has been and awesome All-mountain hard tail that has been used for about 2 seasons. It has been regularly maintained and has some minor cosmetic blemishes to the frame (see pictures). It comes tubeless ready and the tires have minimal wear to them. The front tire is a Maxxis Ardent Tire that has had only a few rides on it (see pictures). A 4" dropper seat post has been installed on this bike which is a big upgrade compared to the regular stock seat post. Other parts that have been up graded are the handle bars, Stem, cranks, Pedals, and saddle. The fork has also been recently serviced and is in perfectly working condition and I have recently replaced the chain. This bike is in very good condition and has been regularly maintained and well taken care of. Specs list: Recently serviced Rockshox Pike Giant contact bars and contact stem. Specialized Henge Seat (with titanium Rails) RaceFace Evolve Cranks with narrow wide chain ring Specialized Pedals Giant Dropper Seat post (4") Shimano Deore rear shiftier Shimano SLX Rear derailleur (this bike is set up as a 1x10) New front Maxxis Ardent Tire Stands notubes Flow Rim (upgraded recently, does not have many rides on it) If you have any questions about this bike please do not hesitate to ask me . Thank you.
bobbike1 IanHylands's article
Nov 24, 2012 at 8:42Nov 24, 2012
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I have no iDea why more pro riders use more body armer. expecaly at the red bull rampage i keep seeing them only wearing tee shirts and knee pads. their going so HUGE and risking their lives and all they have is a tee shirt and little nee pads.
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