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Jul 6, 2015 at 16:27
Jul 6, 2015

Rocky Mountain Slayer 50

$2000 CAD
2011 Rocky Mountain Slayer 50 Purchased in late 2012. Upgrades include: KS dropper post, Shimano XT brakes. Otherwise Stock. Frame protectors on the frame since day one. Comes with Flat pedals, or Shimano SPD, or Crank Brothers Egg Beaters Forks and Rear shock serviced at the end of last season. Not ridden this season. Pinkbike review and Specs: http://www.pinkbike.com/product/rocky-mountain/2011-Slayer-50/

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Jun 30, 2014 at 10:03
Jun 30, 2014

Formula RX Brakes

$100 CAD
2012 Formula RX brakes. Front and Rear. Ready to mount. Pads are at approx. 40% front and rear. Does not come with rotors. Includes mounting bolts, but depending on your rotor/adapter size you may need new ones.

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Jun 5, 2014 at 16:25
Jun 5, 2014

Trek Madone 6 Project 1

$2000 CAD
Trek Madone 6 Project 1. 54 cm. Carbon frame, fork, handlebars, stem, seatpost. Ultegra grupo, except Shimano 105 pedals. Bontrager RXL Wheels. Brand new rear tire, front tire has 200km on it. Bottom bracket serviced 200km ago. New brake pads at the same time. Includes ANT+ cadence sensor in chainstay. Purchased for the Ride to Conquer Cancer, now not really into road biking. Want to sell or trade for a DH bike, size small or medium. In great condition. Full picture library here: http://s144.photobucket.com/user/Canada17_01/library/Madone?sort=3&page=1

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Dec 25, 2012 at 22:42
Dec 25, 2012

Like New Rocky Mountain Flow 1

$400 CAD
2011 Size: Long White/Purple Completely stock. I purchased this about a year ago for my wife and she rode it twice on the road. Not even broken in. Will trade for bike parts. Not interested in DJ's, single speeds, or other frankenbikes. Stock specs: Price at new:$1000 Fork:Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 3 Cassette:Shimano HG-30-8 11-32T Crankarms:Truvativ Blaze 170mm Bash/32/22T Bottom Bracket:Truvativ Howitzer XR Pedals:RMB Low Pro Flat Chain:KMC Z-72 Rear Derailleur:Shimano Alivio Front Derailleur:Shimano FD-M190 31.8mm Shifter Pods:Shimano Altus Rapid Fire 8spd Handlebar:RMB DJ Ø31.8mm x 670mm x 35mm Rise Stem:RMB FR 10° x 40mm Brakes:Avid BB5 Mechanical Disc 160mm Hubs:RMB XC Disc, RMB DJ Disc W/10mm Axle Spokes:Stainless Rim:WTB FX28 Tires:Maxxis High Roller SS 2.35 Seat:RMB DJ Seatpost:RMB XC 27.2mm Link: http://www.pinkbike.com/product/rocky-mountain/2011-Flow-1/

canada1717 canadiannate's photo
Oct 7, 2011 at 13:01
Oct 7, 2011
Thats my old frame that I sold in like 2008! It looks sad.

canada1717 BigTimber's article
Jun 30, 2011 at 11:02
Jun 30, 2011
Is the Free Ride Over?
I don't know that I agree with the notion that Freeride is dead. I think that freeride is what it has always been at its heart, unable to be commodified. Companies tried to turn Freeriding into dollars the same way that the music industry takes whatever is cutting edge and makes it pop. Freeride is the "punk" of the riding world, when you try to make it popular, you have violated its very essence. Freeride isn't about buying things branded as freeride, it is about going out with whatever bike you have, whatever gear you have, on whatever trail you can find with your friends and riding it in the most creative and enjoyable way possible. As soon as you try to make money off of that pure riding, you have missed the very reason it started and why it persists. Freeride is not dead, and as long as people are out there riding without care of what label to apply, it never will die. Unlike a marketing campaign, you can't kill and idea or a feeling.
Jun 12, 2011 at 16:45
Jun 12, 2011
Feb 2, 2011 at 21:54
Feb 2, 2011
canada1717 bikerboy158's video
Jan 23, 2011 at 18:23
Jan 23, 2011
video
Saw you guys filming a portion of this today. Nicely done, keep up the filming, get some footage of the new line by the school!

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