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Apr 10, 2019 at 18:08
Apr 10, 2019

Sram Guide R

$100 CAD
Selling a set of Sram guide R brakes. Plenty of life left on the pads. Will include 8 & 7" rotors, sorry no hardware. Local pick up only.

brycepiwek mikelevy's article
Feb 7, 2019 at 12:23
Feb 7, 2019
5 Details About SRAM's Wireless AXS Components
like alot of people I’m in no rush to get on the electronic bandwagon but I will play devils advocate / unpopular opinion here: Point 1: Even if the system is hackable. Honestly who would really take all that time just to hack into some guys drivetrain on a bicycle (aside from a computer savy friend who might just want to mess with you). Maybe, just maybe in a high level race event someone might try and cheat by hacking the other teams drivetrain(s) but thats still the side of highly unlikely and for not much benefit. 2. I think entrusting your life with a drivetrain is a bit of an exaggeration because a mechanical drivetrain can and will fail in the exact same basic way; not let you shift gears. You can still snap a cable while in the middle of nowhere and be left stuck in a specific gear. Same result from a drained battery or failure on an electronic system. Personally the scariest drivetrain failures I could imagine happening to me that would result in the possibility of a big crash would be; 1. Derailleur breaking off and being sucked into my wheel and destroying alot of spokes. 2. Chain snapping while mashing the pedals into a high speed jump. Both of these scenarios can happen whether or not the system is electronic or mechanical. Long story short: Terrorists don’t want to hack it & it won’t explode and kill you if it fails. All that being said I’m sticking with my mechanical system for the time being, or for multi-day rides where the 20hr charge isn’t enough. Maybe when the price trickles down in the following years will I consider it.
brycepiwek mikekazimer's article
Jan 23, 2019 at 12:14
Jan 23, 2019
First Look: Marzocchi Bomber CR Coil Shock
When they were bought by Fox I was hoping that marzocchi would just become the high-end coil option to Fox’s high-end air. Eg. High end coil: Marzocchi Z1 ti (ti coil, high/low compression/rebound) High end air: Fox 36 factory (grip 2, high/low compression/rebound). While I’m disappointed its not going that route. It is great to see quality affordable options!
Jan 18, 2019 at 17:12
Jan 18, 2019
brycepiwek paulaston's article
Jan 10, 2019 at 3:10
Jan 10, 2019
Review: The 2019 Banshee Legend 29" Rewards Aggressive Riders
Now It would just be awesome to have an updated Rune with the same suspension layout as the legend.
brycepiwek mikekazimer's article
Dec 8, 2018 at 15:10
Dec 8, 2018
Field Test: Stumpjumper vs Remedy vs Process vs Bronson vs SB150
@mikelevy: while on the subject of larger riders. We’re all the bikes tested on 1 identical size (ex. all larges)? I would assume this would’ve avoided having to have multiples of the same bike for testing. If you were to add a larger (>6’ >200lbs) rider to the test roster, they might need a xl to accurately review the bike as well. Opposite would go for having a smaller test rider (5’6 150lbs) as well. I’m 6’3 200lbs myself, if you need a larger guy next year lemme know! And don’t worry, I’ll still bring donuts n beer!
Selling
Oct 7, 2018 at 16:46
Oct 7, 2018

Alexrim/Formula 27.5 DH wheelset

$150 CAD
Selling my Alexrim/Formula DH wheelset which came stock on my 2017 commencal furious. Front wheel is rock solid with no dents, wobbles, rear has one small dent and a tad bit of a wobble (nothing that can’t be trued out). Hub bearings spin free and smooth. Asking $150 for the set Wheel specs: Rims: Alexrim 27.5 rim 25mm internal width 32 spoke Front hub: Formula 20x110 non-boost Rear hub: Formula 12x150 non-boost with shimano freehub

Selling
Oct 7, 2018 at 16:38
Oct 7, 2018

8.5x2.5 Cane Creek Inline

$150 CAD
Selling my 8.5x2.5” Cane Creek inline. Shock is in good condition both visually and operation. Just needs new DU bushings. Asking $150

Selling
Oct 7, 2018 at 16:33
Oct 7, 2018

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