May 24, 2019 at 15:22May 24, 2019
Fun on the descents, easy on the climbs. This bike was amazing, but I haven’t ridden it in almost two years. It’s been sitting in the shop getting moved around while I try to finish our house (which was a full demo job). The bike: 2016 or 2017 (I think I got it in ‘17) Fox 34 fork XL Kona Honzo frame in aluminum LEV integra dropper post WTB 711 STp i29 tubeless wheels XT detaileur Shimano BL-M615 breaks ODi grips Max is tires Race face drive train Fork needs to be serviced and breaks need to be bled; the price reflects that. If you’re a young crusty kid, and can’t afford the bike, I’ll gladly trade some work on the outside of the house in exchange for money on the bike.
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May 24, 2019 at 15:13May 24, 2019
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May 13, 2019 at 5:34May 13, 2019
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Apr 27, 2017 at 9:18Apr 27, 2017
Apr 27, 2017 at 9:17Apr 27, 2017
You know the story: 30+ years old, 3,000hrs+/year working, kids on the way, no time for the weekend trips to Whistler with the boys, wife stuff, life stuff, i'm getting old and too fat and don't have time for injuries anymore..... Enough about excuses... here is the bike: This bike has had one 2 whistler trips and about a dozen Stevens Pass sessions. It's been serviced religiously after every season, and while I hate to sell it, I can't afford to justify keeping her collecting dust in he basement. The Norco Aurum was the longest(?) downhill frame made in 2014. Its long, low and terrifyingly stable. End of 2016 service included: * new Saint brakes/rotors F/R * new Canfield DH wheels * new drive train (Saint, I believe) * new Maxis Minion DHF 3C tires * new Fly SDG I-beam saddle * Fork service * shock service As I type this, I'm pretty sure I dropped over $1,000 into the brakes and wheels last year..... which haven't even been ridden. The rest of the bike is stock, with exception to: * Protaper 780 DH bars * Oury grips Extras: * Second set of SunRingle MTX33s (+$100) * Second seat *~$150 SnowDough Gift Card for Stevens Pass The rear linkage was changed out at the beginning of last year so has 3 days at Whistler and .5 rides at Stevens (I made the drive, and did a run, but was so hungover I called it after the first). Picture is old - it's been collecting dust in my shop since September and I haven't been home recently to take her out and clean her up. The frame does have some cosmetic blemishes, so if you're someone who is concerned about cable rub or scratches, this probably isn't the bike for you. $1,500 for the bike with the OEM Avid Elixir 3 brakes; and SunRingle MTX33 wheels; $2,100 as is.
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Apr 5, 2016 at 8:03Apr 5, 2016
Banned in the USA: Part 2
Fully on board with this statement. From the web: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in 1990. The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the general public. The ADA prohibits excluding wheelchairs from public places - i'm no lawyer, but I would say that a wheelchair meets the definition of mechanical by either the leverage provided in the wheel, or the fancy new transmission hub chairs and it doesn't take a huge creative leap to make that transition to bicycles. For example: I have blown out my right knee (snowboarding) enough that hiking is intolerable (up is fine, but down.... ughh) so the only way I would get to experience some of these hikes would be to poach them with my camping bike.
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