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bxxer-rider redbullbike's article
Jun 10, 2017 at 13:24
Jun 10, 2017
Practice Highlights Video - Leogang DH World Cup 2017
@Jimmy0: believe it's a hang over rule from road bikes applied to all bicycle disciplines.
bxxer-rider mikekazimer's article
Jun 9, 2017 at 15:23
Jun 9, 2017
Spotted: Brendan Fairclough's Scott Gambler 29er - Leogang DH World Cup
Funny thing is, having ridden various fit4 and grip damped forks back, I prefer the grip damper. Much better mid stroke support. (both still leaps and bounds ahead of a charger damper.)
bxxer-rider pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 9, 2017 at 8:30
Jun 9, 2017
Added 4 photos to my-buysell-items
May 6, 2017 at 9:44
May 6, 2017
May 6, 2017 at 9:36
May 6, 2017

GT Fury

$425 GBP
Up for sale is my GT fury frame as I am moving to something smaller! Don't be fooled by the medium sizing, it is a big bike. available is the frame only. pictured headset cups and bb are not included. GT: From World Champs to Rampage Winners Built with input from some of the world’s best riders, the 2016 GT Fury was built to excel at the leading edge of the sport. Featuring our Independent Drivetrain™ with 210mm of travel, these bikes are fabricated for speed, precision, and soaking up the hairiest terrain on the planet. COR Downhill Design, 6069-T6 Alloy 27.5 Frame, 210mm Travel Independent Drivetrainᆴ Suspension System w/Forged Linkage, Pivots, 1.5" Head Tube, and 12 x 150mm Thru Axle Dropouts Geometry: Reach: 430mm Seat tube length: 460mm horizontal top tube length: 618mm stand over height: 759mm Head angle: 63degrees Seat angle: 73degrees Chain stay length: 442mm Head tube length: 125mm bottom bracket hieght: 351mm Wheel base: 1243mm bottom bracket drop: 3mm Front centre: 801mm Stack to headtube: 615mm price is £500 posted within UK mainland including paypal fees.

bxxer-rider pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 19, 2017 at 5:24
Apr 19, 2017
Phil Atwill, Having Fun at Crankworx – Video
Here here, cut out the b.s. Enduro and ebike stuff!
bxxer-rider mikelevy's article
Apr 16, 2017 at 10:40
Apr 16, 2017
Stan's Arch MK3 Rim - Review
@Racer951: What's your average life of a rim? If you are one of those people who replace a rim soon as it gets a ding, then juretunic would be right. I'm not surprised if I get a new ding each ride, almost disappointed if I go a couple without, know I haven't been riding aggressively enough.
bxxer-rider mikelevy's article
Apr 14, 2017 at 23:59
Apr 14, 2017
Stan's Arch MK3 Rim - Review
@Jokesterwild: Or if your like me, then your happy if you get even a year out of rims, imo they are disposable items (I normally crack a rim 6-8 months old on uk pushed up dh)
bxxer-rider EnduroWorldSeries's article
Apr 8, 2017 at 4:29
Apr 8, 2017
Is Narrow the New Wide? - EWS Round 2 - Video
@Racer951: I've run. A variety of bars from 740 through to 800, and that's what I've settled on as most comfortable, the burgtecs are the only 800mm I've liked, tried a few out and absoluty hated them, bur those fit me perfectly, I'm 5ft 11in btw.
bxxer-rider EnduroWorldSeries's article
Apr 8, 2017 at 0:35
Apr 8, 2017
Is Narrow the New Wide? - EWS Round 2 - Video
Burgtec carbon, 800mm, best bars I've every had the pleasure of gripping, also on a sensible bike, I mean dh bike.
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