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boonecycles EnduroWorldSeries's article
Aug 10, 2019 at 17:38
Aug 10, 2019
Video: Isabeau Courdurier Bike Check - EWS Whistler 2019
Five wins in five races on 445mm chainstays. On a size small no less. Prediction: in three years most of the Enduro bikes of the "future" will have full coil suspension, +440mm chainstays, and a center of balance directly over the bottom bracket.
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Jul 8, 2019 at 4:16
Jul 8, 2019
Yes, unless you have particularly short arms for someone over 6'0" tall then right around 6'1" to 6'3" should be the sweet spot for rider sizing as it does have the new/modern typical long reach geometry. I believe the reach is 492mm. Intense Cycles rates it for riders between 6'-0" and 6'6" but if I was 6'5" or 6'6" I think I'd look for another brand that makes XXL's, like Santa Cruz.

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Jul 3, 2019
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boonecycles jamessmurthwaite's article
Jun 28, 2019 at 15:24
Jun 28, 2019
What Martin Maes' UCI Suspension Means for the Overall EWS Standings
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boonecycles jamessmurthwaite's article
Jun 26, 2019 at 6:48
Jun 26, 2019
Martin Maes Tests Positive for Masking Agent at EWS Rotorua & Tasmania, Receives 90 Day ‘Non-Intentional’ Suspension
@t-stoff: And the half life of a drug is regarded as the amount of time it is dependably biology effective in the patient's system. Elimination time from the patient's bloodstream is often x5 or x6 of the half life. He should probably have been expected to urinate trace amounts at week two. Again the checks and balances against the doctor's statement handed the UCI the perfect scenario to fairly and publicly distinguish themselves from a computer algorith. Just not sure the EWS is getting a good return on their investment in human intervention here.
boonecycles jamessmurthwaite's article
Jun 26, 2019 at 6:05
Jun 26, 2019
Martin Maes Tests Positive for Masking Agent at EWS Rotorua & Tasmania, Receives 90 Day ‘Non-Intentional’ Suspension
@EnduroWorldSeries: Sprit of the law vs. letter of the law? Does it really matter if the drugs were literally administered at the race or at a follow-up appointment after the race by the same EWS vetted medical staffer if time was first necessary to monitor for infection? I mean, if the sprit of the law here is, in fact, keeping a level competition field for everyone? The 90 day ban is arguably a consequence within the spirit of the law for not having filed a TUE immediately after administering the Probenecid, but vacating two wins over a non performance enhancing (but very medically necessary) drug looses sight of giving everyone a fair chance to compete on a level field.
boonecycles jamessmurthwaite's article
Jun 26, 2019 at 4:43
Jun 26, 2019
Martin Maes Tests Positive for Masking Agent at EWS Rotorua & Tasmania, Receives 90 Day ‘Non-Intentional’ Suspension
The half life of Probenecid = 4 to 12 hours. You'd have to take it the day of racing to dependably mask a performance enhancing drug, yet Mae's tested clean by round 3 for both Probenecid and any/all performance enhancing drugs. The checks and balances here point overwhelmingly towards an athlete actually using an admittedly non performance enhancing drug prescribed by EWS medical staff for very necessary medical intervention -- handing the UCI likely the best opportunity they'll ever get to appear as something other than a trigger-happy hammer. If this ban and vacating of two wins stands, will fanboys of ever racer to test positive before and after Mae's case not point to it to cast doubt on UCI rational?
Jun 17, 2019 at 14:04
Jun 17, 2019

Brand New Intense Spider Carbon ***Updates***

$990 USD
***Last price drop before we build this bike out and add it to our demo/rental fleet*** $990 price is for the FRAMESET ONLY. Component options are listed below. This was origianlly purchased by our shop as a brand new carbon frameset from Intense with an upgrade to the carbon upper shock link and titanium suspension hardware that is used on Intense's factory builds. The carbon upper link and titanium shock hardware were installed by Intense before shipping us the frameset. This add price is ONLY for the frame, rear axle, and Fox Factory Rear shock. You can add the new Fox Factory 34 Fork pictured for an additional $499. If you buy both the frame and the fork, we'll throw in a brand new Cane Creek 40 headset (standard or angleset) and a brand new Shimano BB92 bottom bracket and the pictured Renthal Carbon Fatbar and Renthal stem -- both also are brand new. In any case, we'll leave the orange derailleur cable housing and the black dropper cable housing in the frame if you'd prefer. ***UPDATES*** Additional option/upgrades we'll offer if you buy both the frame and fork is a brand new Oneup Components 170mm dropper post and new Wolf Tooth dropper remote for $149. And/or the pictured brand new 2017 DT Swiss XMC 1200 Carbon wheelset with Boost spacing, XD freehub driver, and 54 tooth star ratchet upgrade for $699. And/or a lightly used/demo Shimano XT 175mm crankset for $49. And/or a brand new RaceFace Next SL G4 or Next R carbon crankset with a 30t RaceFace chainring and an Enduro brand double row stainless bearing bottom bracket all for $349. The fork is a Fox Factory 34 Boost hub 110mm spaced fork with 140mm air spring installed (will also ship with the 150mm air spring -- the Intense Recluse is the same frame as the Spider, but with a 150mm fork and a different upper suspension link that you can buy from Intense (for about $100) and run a 200x57mm shock instead of the Spiders 200x50mm shock). 12x148mm Boost hub spacing. This is the same exact geometry as the current 2019 Intense Spider. The Spider's 419mm chainstays make for an exceptionally fun, quick, and poppy trail bike. Paypal only and we will cover the fees. We will use BikeFlights/FedEx and shipping will cost $50. As always, we ship within 24 business hours of payment. Check our "Sold" history and buy with confidence from a brick and mortar shop with a full selling price refund guarantee if the bike is not as advertised when you receive it and return ship within 48 business hours of receiving it.

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Jun 16, 2019 at 14:42
Jun 16, 2019
Jun 16, 2019 at 14:34
Jun 16, 2019

New Yeti SB100. Carbon Wheels. New Components/Options

$6970 USD
Newly Warrantied 2019 Yeti SB100 Turq complete frameset with all brand new components installed. The bike was tested after the component rebuild and has a few miles on it (it was parking lot tested with a shop wheelset, not the new wheels/tires on it now). There is not scratch or even a rub mark to be seen on the bike; the bike is a perfect mint 10/10 both cosmetically and mechanically. We can sell this bike without a drivetrain (shifter, derailleur, cassette, and chain) for a $500 discount from our asking price, or order in and install your preferred drivetrain (an Eagle XX1 would be + $300 above our asking price). Our current asking price includes the brand new drivetrain pictured and is as follows: Shimano XTR 11 speed shifter, Shimano XTR 11 speed derailleur with Wolf tooth Goatlink 11 installed to maximize shift quality with XD cassettes, a Sram XX1 XD 11 speed cassette, and XX1 Eagle gold chain. At the current asking price it will also include the pictured brand new RaceFace Next SL G4 crankset with a new Enduro Abec 5 stainless bottom bracket with the double row of bearings. If you'd like, you can upgrade to the new Cane Creek eewings titanium crankset for +$300 above our asking price. Also as an option, you can choose between the pictured carbon wheelset -- which is a new 2019 Nox Farlow 29mm internal width on orange anodized Project 321 hubs with 1.4 degree engagement and their quiet pawls with Sapim CX ray spokes and orange anodized alloy nipples, or....a brand new stock 2017 DT Swiss XMC 1200 spline 24mm internal wheelset with XD freehub driver and their 54t star ratchet upgrade installed, or.....a brand new Race Face Next R carbon wheelset with 31mm internal width and either a XD freehub driver or a Shimano/HG 10/11 speed freehub driver. The rest of the bike will have the build spec as pictured (but ask if you really want to change anything, we'll see what we have) and is as follows: OneUp components 170mm dropper post, Wolf Tooth Light action dropper remote, ODI Ruffian Grips with orange anodized lock-on clamps (option for the new OneUp Components single lock clamp grips, black or orange), SDG Circuit saddle with orange stitching, Shimano XTR carbon brake levers left and right with a XTR M9020 caliper in the front and a XTR M9000 caliper in the rear (power in the front, modulation in the back, we set up all our race bikes this way, but can put either type of caliper on front and back at no extra charge), 180mm Shimano IceTech rotors front and rear, 2019 Fox Factory 34 Step Cast fork with 120mm travel, the new OneUp components 20 degree rise 35mm carbon bar with ovalized flex zone (btw, our vote for product of the year 2019), Maxxis Forekaster 2.35 wide on front, Maxxis Ikon 2.20 wide on the rear (option for Schwalbe Rocket Ron 2.25's). Front chainring will be a OneUp Components Switch carrier (SRAM or Cinch mount) with your choice of tooth count on the Switch ring (we have most common sizes in stock). The bottle cage is the only thing on this bike that is not new, but it is as new in its appearance. Pedals not included. The only optional item from above that we do not currently have in stock would be an alternative drivetrain to the XTR/Sram 11-speed. If you choose that option/price, we can order one in, install it and ship the bike out within five business days. Every other option listed above is for stock items and should still allow us to ship the bike within 24 business hours of payment. Check our "Sold" history and buy with confidence from a brick and mortar shop with a full selling price refund guarantee if the bike is not as advertised when you receive it and return ship within 48 business hours of receiving it. Paypal only and we cover the fees. Shipping will be via BikeFlight/FedEx, fully insured, and will cost $50.

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