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bryanjoh sarahmoore's article
Oct 9, 2018 at 10:47
Oct 9, 2018
Is This Wheelie Cheat Device the Best or Worst Idea Ever?
Honda's already on top of it...
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Aug 25, 2018 at 14:07
Aug 25, 2018
Aug 25, 2018 at 14:00
Aug 25, 2018

Transition Smuggler - Medium 29"

$2400 CAD
2016 Transition Smuggler - Medium (5'6" - 5'11") My favourite description I heard of this bike was - The "XC" bike that signed up for the race because it said there would be free beer. A short travel 29er with geometry modelling larger enduro bikes makes for a super efficient climber that also is a riot to descend on. Plenty enough bike for Bragg Creek and Canmore that won't leave you under-gunned when you head out to Fernie or Revelstoke for the weekend. My girlfriends bike, lady-ridden for two seasons (super low standover height). Was originally a frame only option that was built up by Dunbar Cycles with whatever spare bits were laying around the shop. Fork - Rockshox Pike RC3 Solo Air 130mm Shock - Rockshox Monarch RT3 Debonair - Lock/Pedal/Unlock Wheels/Tires - WTB i23 with Specialized Butcher 2.3 Front and Rear, Running Tubeless Drivetrain - 1x10 Shimano XT with expanded SRAM cassette (42T Granny). 26T front ring shown is super wimpy, will include a 30T front ring also. Shifts like brand new. Seatpost - Bontrager Dropline 100mm, has been absolutely trouble free, great post. Brakes - Shimano XT. Handlebar - 760mm Fork was serviced last weekend with new seals and foam rings. Brakes bled last weekend also. Needs no attention, ready to ride for the tail end of the season. Pedals not included. Womens specific seat pictured is not included, will swap out with a nice WTB mens seat.

bryanjoh pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 7, 2018 at 10:09
Aug 7, 2018
Enter the EWS Whistler Fantasy Contest to Win Prizes From CamelBak
1. Sam Hill 2. Jesse Melamed 3. Martin Maes 1. Cecile Ravanel 2. Isabeau Cordurier 3. Katy Winton
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Apr 15, 2018 at 14:36
Apr 15, 2018
Apr 15, 2018 at 14:32
Apr 15, 2018

Cannondale Quick 6 - Womens Hybrid Commuter

$375 CAD
Size Large/Tall 2015 Cannondale Quick 6 - Womens/Ladies Hybrid Commuter Spring has sprung, the sun is shining the birds are chirping.... Ok, not quite, but soon it's going to be river path season. Ladies Large/Tall frame suits riders about 5'6" to 6'. Seat height shown is at 5'9" 34 inseam. Shimano Altus 3x7 drivetrain still shifts smooth. Brakes have just been set. 700c x 35 tires have lots of life left and are a nice size for comfort when hitting cracks in the pavement. 2 water bottle mounts and rear mounts for fenders or cargo racks. Currently needs no maintenance, ready to roll.

bryanjoh adamprice's article
Nov 24, 2017 at 9:41
Nov 24, 2017
Online Deals for Black Friday 2017
Checked before and after the sale started, several Meta AM V4.2s dropped $500
bryanjoh lornny's article
Nov 23, 2017 at 18:30
Nov 23, 2017
Weekend Slayer - Episode 2 - Vernon & Kelowna
Hammered cow was the one with the big rock faces, up near silverstar. Airing into those faces is nuts.
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Oct 7, 2017 at 12:46
Oct 7, 2017
Oct 7, 2017 at 12:35
Oct 7, 2017

Commecal Meta HT - Large

$1200 CAD
2016 Commencal Meta HT Essential - Large Frame - 27.5 Wheels A hardtail that isn't super lame when it comes time to go downhill. The Meta HT uses nearly the exact same geometry as Commencal's Meta AM enduro race bike, just without the back shock. More than enough bike for everything Bragg Creek has to throw at you. Been riding it on BC black descents happily all summer. Frame Size: Large, but Commencal is known to fit on the smaller side of things. M/L compared to most other brands. I'm 6'0 and ride with the seat in about the middle ground as shown. Range of probably 5'8"-6'2". Fork: 160mm Rockshox Yari Single Air Drivetrain: SRAM X7 2x9, Killer granny gear for easy climbing. No issues. Brakes: Avid/SRAM DB1. Work fine, no squawks, pads are good. Tires: 27.5 Maxxis 2.3 Minion Front, 2.3 High Roller Rear, both still in good shape. Currently tubed, rims and tires are tubeless ready. Dropper Post: 100mm KS e-Ten. Goes up and down every time without problems. I bought this as a third bike to leave at my out-of-town work site. As such it only saw about 1/3rd of a season of riding this year. In great shape and needs no attention before riding. Pedals not included.

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