canyonej RichardCunningham's article
Mar 8, 2019 at 7:27Mar 8, 2019
Review: Osprey Seral Hip Pack is Comfy and Convenient
Uhhhhhh... you’re running the hose wrong.its supposed to wrap around the front, it won’t kink the hose inside, and it won’t fall off at random. I’ve been running a different pack with that bladder and have had no issues with the hose running around your waist.
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Feb 16, 2019 at 11:41Feb 16, 2019
Medium 2018 Santa Cruz Bronson Frame Rebuilt Fox performance DPX2 shock 2018 160mm RockShox Pike with new Lower Oil and seals. 125mm, 31.6mm seatpost Rockshox Reverb Cane Creek Headset I’m selling my girlfriend’s frame/fork/post for her. I only have the one quickly taken photo for now. I can take more and better photos soon. Frame is very thoroughly covered in frame tape. Will be removed, but very few scratches and minor cosmetic damage. There is a small cosmetic scratch on the fork lowers and a small but inconsequential scratch on the stanchion. Bike was ridden for one year. Doing shock and fork rebuild before the frame is shipped.
Feb 11, 2019 at 17:11Feb 11, 2019
2017 Large Evil Wreckoning V1 Frame. Factory Rebuild on 2018 Fox Float X2 New pivot bearings all the way around Boost 160mm Rockshox Lyric RCT3 with New lower oil and seals. Boost 170mm Rockshox Reverb Dropper post w/1x lever. Myself and the frame are in Sedona until early March. A lot of fresh work done. There is cosmetic damage in the rear triangle and pictures are included This frame has been well taken care of the entire time I’ve owned it.
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Dec 16, 2018 at 14:27Dec 16, 2018
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Nov 6, 2018 at 11:07Nov 6, 2018
2017 Large Evil Wreckoning $3200 Myself and the bike are in Sedona until early March. I’m not riding this bike though. A lot of fresh work done and new parts. There is cosmetic damage in the rear triangle and pictures are included This bike has been well taken care of the entire time I’ve owned it. NEW pivot bearings all around 29” Stans Flow MK3 rims (NEW rear rim, spokes, nipples) DT Swiss 240 boost hubs MAXXIS DHF 2.5 front tire MAXXIS Aggressor 2.5 rear tire Rockshox Lyrik 160mm fork (No rides since NEW Lower oil and seals) Fox Float X2 rear shock (No rides since factory rebuild) Rockshox 170mm dropper post with 1x remote (new post bleed) SRAM XO1 Eagle drivetrain (NEW derailleur) SRAM GX Eagle DUB crankset (NEW) SRAM DUB bottom bracket (NEW) Shimano XT brakes (180mm rear rotor, 203mm front rotor) Pivot 50mm stem (35mm clamp) RaceFace SIXc handlebars (800mm) ODI Ruffian grips (NEW) WTB volt saddle (NEW)
canyonej redrockrider's article
Mar 6, 2018 at 6:23Mar 6, 2018
Sedona Mountain Bike Festival - Day One
Yeah, it’s too bad that a few of the rangers like to ride, and are good riders. The forest service also works very hard around here maintaining trail. I think a few days of community outreach may not be the worst thing.
canyonej pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 12, 2017 at 12:10Dec 12, 2017
2017 Pinkbike Awards - Advocates of the Year Winners
@chasejj: Ok, let’s talk facts. FIrst off, it is still federal land. About 1/4 of the land in Bears ears is National Forest, and 3/4 is BLM land. So none of it is being “returned to the state”. But let’s talk about what Utah does with state land. Utah has a long history of selling off its trust lands to the highest bidder. There was a chunk of land along Comb Ridge that would’ve been in or near Bears Ears. It was sold in 2016 to a private buyer. There are sensitive archaeological sites on that land that were protected under the Archaological Resources Protection Act. The land owner can now do whatever he wants to the sites, because private land isn’t protected under ARPA. They also gated off what was historically considered public land. Near Moab we have some awesome trails that are on this same state trust land (there are blocks of this land all over the state). So that’s what is at stake if this land were to get turned over to the State. They may do nothing, but it’s not a risk worth taking. I see someone already posted about the Uranium mining company that was lobbying the trump administration to reduce the size of the monuments. There is not as much oil and gas for extraction as some of the environmental groups have said there is, but there is still enough to cause concern. My point is that we risk far more by turning back the clock and letting the trump administration and Utah’s elected officials have their way with the land. Mountain bikers, hikers, equestrians, moto riders, etc all need to take a look at what’s best in the big picture for access to public lands. Also, I completely accept that there are differing opinions on how to do this. Also, if anyone cares to do so... listen to this podcast about this topic from a few days ago: http://radiowest.kuer.org/post/utahs-reduced-national-monuments