brycepiwek

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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

Sram Guide R brakeset

$75 CAD
Selling my set of Sram Guide R brakes. No rotors or hardware. Comes with sintered metal pads with 75% of new. $75 for the front and rear as a set

Selling
Oct 7, 2018 at 16:29
Oct 7, 2018

Commencal Alpha and Raceface atlas bar/stem sets

$75 CAD
Im selling the following two bar and stem setups for $75 each: -2017 commencal alpha dh 50mm 31.8 direct mount stem w/ alpha dh 31.8 3/4” rise 780mm (uncut) bars: $75 -2015 Raceface Turbine 50mm 31.8 stem w/ Atlas 31.8 1/2” rise 800mm (uncut) bars: $75 Local pick up only. Selling each as a set; will not sell stem or bar only

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Oct 7, 2018 at 16:16
Oct 7, 2018
brycepiwek mikelevy's article
Jun 4, 2018 at 11:46
Jun 4, 2018
Review: Orbea Rallon M-LTD
@WhatAboutBob: exactly. And the way I look at it you can spend a crazy amount of money on just about anything these days. People spend $500 on jeans... At the end of the day we just pay the amount we want to and can personally justify
brycepiwek mikelevy's article
Jun 4, 2018 at 10:39
Jun 4, 2018
Review: Orbea Rallon M-LTD
@Squeakybb: fair enough I forgot to mention that I was making a comparison specifically to supercross bikes, not making a sweeping generalization of the moto industry. But if you want to get into the economics of pricing there are two main reasons dirt bikes like a KTM 300 are so cheap when compared to a enduro mtb like the one in this review. Number one, off the showroom floor dirtbikes are made up almost entirely of house brand components which cut down alot on the overall cost. Whereas 95% of a top of the line mountain bike is made up of third-party components which costs the manufacturer of the bike more, in turn costs us more. Number two: the volume of dirtbikes produced is at a much higher level than that of mountain bikes. Which again has an affect on pricing. If you’re looking for a mountain bike thats made up entirely of house brand components and is mass produced it will probably fall in the sub-$3000usd range. Not $8000+. If its your opinion that $8000 bikes are a rip off then I guess its a good thing that nobodies forcing you to buy one and that there are much cheaper options out there. So long as your having a good time you’re winning.
brycepiwek mikelevy's article
Jun 4, 2018 at 5:27
Jun 4, 2018
Review: Orbea Rallon M-LTD
@browntown40: depends what level of performance moto you are looking at. Sure spending $8000+ on a mountain biking is alot. But if you have that kind of money you’re essentially getting the same level bike as the top pro athletes in our sport. Whereas in motocross if you wanted to go out and buy the same bike as the pros, well for starters you can’t. Second of all if you could you would probably be spending $50-100k on it. All a matter of perspective
Jun 3, 2018 at 15:59
Jun 3, 2018
brycepiwek brycepiwek's photo
Jun 3, 2018 at 9:34
Jun 3, 2018
Thanks man! Espresso coating is the best! Its a shame it’s gone extinct after fox bought them..

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