brownierice pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 22:30Apr 26, 2017
How Do You Organise a Pro MTB Team? - Cedric Gracia Explains
Doing it all wrong. Work hard for the money's at job for travel and entrance fees, train, sleep, repeat, race, win, repeat
brownierice harrisonfetter's article
Jan 8, 2017 at 22:52Jan 8, 2017
Getting to Know - Spencer Paxson
Kudos to hardwork.
brownierice mikelevy's article
Jan 6, 2017 at 18:55Jan 6, 2017
New Year, New You? - Opinion
Jump doubles not just fat table.
Nov 14, 2016 at 17:16Nov 14, 2016
I have a brand new, never used Easton Havon dropper post. The post has 150mm of drop, total length of 440mm, a seatpost diameter of 31.6mm and internal routing. Also included is a red under bar 1x lever.
Added 6 photos to Easton-Dropper
Nov 14, 2016 at 17:12Nov 14, 2016
brownierice shimano's article
Sep 15, 2016 at 23:14Sep 15, 2016
Rachel Atherton: Pursuing Perfection - Video
I couldn't agree more.
brownierice mikekazimer's article
Aug 1, 2016 at 22:15Aug 1, 2016
High Above Cascadia Hip Pack - Review
Let's straighten this out! This is a "hip pack" not a "fanny pack." Fanny packs are a thing of the past, like the 90's, used by people as a purse and is further stigmatized. A "hip pack" is a functional alternative bag to a backpack while riding with the term derived from the UK. With a "hip pack," the weight of your goods sits on your hips near your center of mass so you don't even notice it's there... in contrast to a back pack with the weight on your shoulders, makes your back extra sweaty, and puts extra weight on your spinal column. Secondly, with a "hip pack" all you have to do is twist it around your hips to get out whatever you need in contrast to a back pack where you have to take it off and then find whatever you need. I use a "hip pack" and love it for the above reasons. Who cares how it looks, someone has to start a functional trend!! :D
brownierice davetrumpore's article
Jul 8, 2016 at 16:26Jul 8, 2016
Qualifying - Lenzerheide DH World Cup 2016
brownierice pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 8, 2016 at 0:22Apr 8, 2016
SRAM - UCI WC DH - Lourdes Fantasy Contest
Women: 1. Atherton 2. Seagrave 3. Carpenter Men: 1. Bruni 2. Gwin 3. Bryceland
Mar 24, 2016 at 13:21Mar 24, 2016
For sale is a 2015 Kona Process 111 large. This bike is about 1 year old but has been well taken care of. I just completely overhauled the bike and made sure it is running in tip top shape. I gave the bike a complete tune up, cleaned and greased all the pivots, I had the rear shock overhauled so it feels brand new again, brand new chain and cassette, new cable and housing, new front tire, new grips, and new saddle. I also recently replaced the brake pads and front rotor and the bike only has a few rides on it since then. I also recently did a seal and oil change on the front fork so it should be good to go for a while. I have done a lot of personal upgrades to this bike over the year such as lighter handbuilt wheels, carbon bars, Shimano XT brakes and a cane creek inline rear shock. This bike comes stock with a 120mm fork but I decided to boost the fork up to 140mm to make it a little more aggressive on the descents. I personally believe it makes the bike ride better in every way. If you would rather have it set back at 120mm I can always do that. There are a few scuffs and scraps here and there from normal use but it is all cosmetic and in no way compromises the bike. The most noticeable scuffs are on the seatstays from where my foot rubbed up against in sometimes. Everything is in the pictures. Below is a list of components. Frame: 2015 Kona Process 111 Large Wheels: Handbuilt WTB KOM laced to DT Swiss 350 Hubs Brakes: Shimano XT M-785B Rotors: 203mm Shimano Icetec w/fins front, 180mm Shimano Icetec rear Bars: 785mm Raceface SixC carbon Stem: 50mm Raceface Atlas Fork: Rockshox Pike Rear Shock: Cane Creek DB Inline Tires: Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35 Drivetrain: Sram X1 1x11 speed Dropper Post: KS Lev Integra 150mm w/southpaw lever Saddle: Bontrager Kovee