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Jan 25, 2019 at 14:31Jan 25, 2019
Pinkbike Poll: How Long is Your Riding Season?
I live in Moab and for the most part, we can ride all year. In the winter riding is dependent on snow and ice accumulation but it isn't usually an issue for more than a few days. In summer, you just ride early or you head to the La Sal Mountains or Abajos to escape the heat. Pretty ideal, really.
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Dec 4, 2018 at 22:07Dec 4, 2018
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Aug 6, 2018 at 17:13Aug 6, 2018
Video: Rémy Métailler Puts Cube's New DH Rig Through its Paces in Whistler
Dear God that man is faaaaast and holy shit does he ever go big. So rad!
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Apr 5, 2018 at 20:13Apr 5, 2018
Apr 5, 2018 at 20:11Apr 5, 2018
My son outgrew his 2016 Transition Ripcord and we're moving on to a Rocky Mountain Reaper 26. We bought the Ripcord new in October 2016 and it has been a stellar performer. The bike has been professionally maintained by the rad crew at Chile Pepper Bikes in Moab. The bike is shown with a dropper post installed but it is not included as it is being installed on the Reaper when it arrives next week. The Ripcord will include a standard seatpost. The bike is in very good shape and everything works flawlessly. The front and rear suspension was recently serviced. I installed new Spank kid-specific grips a few weeks ago. All tubes and the forks were covered with clear protective film, which has done an excellent job of protecting the finish. You'll find the usual scratches and scrapes but overall, the bike is in great shape, especially considering that it's been ridden by a little grom in Moab for the last 18 months. The derailleur cable housing has a nick in it and should be replaced but shifting is currently not affected. Pick it up in Moab and then shred some local trails with your little ripper OR inquire about shipping anywhere in the U.S. only. If you choose to have it shipped I will have it professionally disassembled and packaged by a local bike shop. Shipping costs will be added to purchase price. Price is negotiable as I'd like to get the Ripcord out of my garage quickly to make room for the Reaper. Any questions? Please get in touch and I'll answer them as quickly as possible. Specs for the bike, taken from the Evo website: Frame/Shock Aluminum Welded Frame RockShox Monarch R Rear Shock – Featuring silky smooth travel in a new lightweight design, Monarch floats through bumps even better than before, turning rugged trails into tire-gripping velvet. The chassis is lean while maintaining the durability and adjustability needed to bite off huge chunks of burly trail action and epic cross country. Super Low Standover & Handlebar Height Standard Size Rear Shock Air Shock For Easy Tuning Frame is 24" Wheel Specific (Not Upgradeable to 26") Fork- RockShox Recon Silver TK 1.125" QR 26 100mm Fork – With its sturdy 32-millimeter stanchions, stiff, forged aluminum crown and the traction-packed feel of its coil spring, the Recon Silver is just the fork you’ve been looking for. Geometry Designed Around 100 mm 26" Fork For Easy Upgrade to Higher End Forks Air Fork For Easy Tuning Drive Train SRAM X5 Exact Actuation™ Trigger Shifters – With race-ready performance and technology, X5 components help off-road enthusiasts take it to the next level. With smooth, precise X-Glide shifting and legendary SRAM 10-speed performance, X5 brings out the best in any bike—and in every rider. SRAM GX 10 Speed Type 2.1 Rear Derailleur – Leveraging the legendary history of SRAM shifting, the GX rear derailleur provides incredible shifting speed and precision. Exact Actuation™ technology eliminates slop and shifting variation. Roller Bearing Clutch™ technology delivers maximum drivetrain stability—even through the most punishing terrain. And with Cage Lock™ technology, wheel removal and installation are easier than ever. SRAM S1000 Crankset – Labeling and finish mesh perfectly with SRAM drivetrain families. S-1000 is forged out of AL-6066 alloy providing a crank that is both beautiful, strong and light. GXP® bottom bracket featuring Gutter Seal technology promises reduced seal drag and increased bearing life. Brakes Adjustable Reach Hydraulic Brakes Specs Used For: All-Mountain Wheel Size: 24" Weight (lbs): 29.9 Gearing: 1 x 10 Handlebar Shape: Riser Frame Material: Aluminum Alloy Brake Type: Hydraulic Disc Fork: RockShox Recon Silver TK (1.125" QR) Stanchion Diameter (mm): 32 Front Travel (mm): 100 Front Travel (in): 3.94 Rear Shock: RockShox Monarch R Rear Travel (mm): 100 Rear Travel (in): 3.94 Shifters: SRAM X5 10-Speed Rear Derailleur: SRAM GX 10sp Type 2.1 Crankset: SRAM S1000 (30t, 155mm) Cassette: SRAM PG1020 (11-36) Chain: KMC X10 Bottom Bracket: 73mm BSA Threaded Pedals: None ISCG Tabs: ISCG 05 (2.5mm Offset) Brake Levers: Shimano Deore M395 Brake Calipers: Shimano Deore M395 Rotors: Shimano RT54 (160mm) Headset: 44mm Zero Stack Handlebar: RaceFace Ride 31.8 (685mm x 25mm) Bar Tape/Grips: Velo Single Clamp Stem: RaceFace Respond 31.8 (45mm) Saddle: WTB Volt (135mm x 250mm) Seatpost: Raceface Ride Hubs: SRAM MTH 406 Hubs Rims: Jalco DD28 24" 32h Rims Tires: Kenda Kinetics K887 24" x 2.35" Tires
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Mar 28, 2018 at 18:12Mar 28, 2018
Mar 28, 2018 at 18:11Mar 28, 2018
Brand new, never used/mounted Stan's ZTR Flow MK III rear wheel w/ XD Driver. Specs: 12 x 142 6 bolt brake XD driver 32 spoke Stan's was kind enough to warranty the rear hub on my 2017 Transition Carbon Patrol and sent me a whole new wheel as a replacement. I switched to a DT Swiss wheelset and have no use for this wheel so I'm selling it to offset the cost of the DT's. It's in a box, in my office, in Moab. And it's spring, which means the weather is perfect for shredding some red dirt. Visit Moab, get in a few rides and leave with a shiny new Stan's wheel at a great price.
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Nov 20, 2016 at 20:06Nov 20, 2016
Nov 20, 2016 at 20:05Nov 20, 2016
For Sale: 2015 Specialized Enduro 29 Expert, Size Medium I bought this bike new in March, 2016 at Moab Cyclery in, well...Moab. It's got 566 miles on it, no major crashes, no damage other than a few small scrapes, a new bottom bracket, a relatively new front and back tire and the Race Face Atlas bars only have about 75 miles on them. Awesome spec with: Cane Creek DB Inline Air Shock Rock Shox Pike RC Solo Air SRAM Guide RS Brakes, 180mm/200mm R/F SRAM XO1 Drivetrain SRAM S2200 Carbon Crankset w/ 30T Chainring Specialized Command Post IR Dropper Post, 125MM Race Face Atlas Riser Handlebar, 785MM (Also includes stock Specialized Flat Handlebar) Rear Tire: Slaughter Grid Front Tire: Butcher Grid Wheelset: Roval Traverse 29 Why am I selling it? I bought a new bike. Come to Moab to pick it up, spend a few days riding the local trails and then take it home with you. Questions welcome.