cbryce

definatlely a character always ready to entertain, and not afraid to go big...

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cbryce captaingillooley's photo
Mar 30, 2011 at 21:25
Mar 30, 2011
love the paint. love intense.

cbryce JayTaxi's photo
Mar 30, 2011 at 21:14
Mar 30, 2011
Nice!

cbryce mitch1616's video
Mar 24, 2011 at 8:26
Mar 24, 2011
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oh and one more tip, if you have a Boxxer World cup, drop out the air in the spring side, and you can push the stanchion down, and it will stay there...the damper side should push down and stay down as well without doing anything to that side....

cbryce mitch1616's video
Mar 24, 2011 at 8:23
Mar 24, 2011
video
a top crown mounted stem (Boxxer/Fox 40/888) sure would make it easier to break down as well...

cbryce mitch1616's video
Mar 24, 2011 at 8:21
Mar 24, 2011
video
good idea! and my dh bike is under 40 lbs ;) coils on both ends even

cbryce bigalscrap's photo
Jun 17, 2010 at 4:17
Jun 17, 2010
dented Spider...thanks for the "good deal"...pfft...

cbryce dunbarcycles's article
Mar 6, 2010 at 5:37
Mar 6, 2010
Continental Der Kaiser Review
i've run older kenda Kinetics, with not so great results. they are a good value, and when run at the proper pressures, dont pinch very often, roll pretty nice, and mount well to most rims. they arent the most advanced tread design or weight, but they get the job done over a variety of terrain for a reasonable price, and can be found everywhere...i've run intense dh ex(i think they are called, not the 909) and found them to be a really really good tire in almost all areas of extreme riding, whether dh or freeriding, lighter than the kendas, roll not quite as fast, but gripped way better and only wore a little faster, plus they were on my uzzi vpx, so it seemed fitting...lastly i went to michelin dh 16 a/t, 2.5 front and rear, ust tubless on 823 rims...these so far even with not the best weight rating, have been the best all around tire i have ridden on this bike(on my "local" trails, freeride areas,DH racing and riding and yes, to the coffee shop downtown)they take rock sections with ease and confidence...the 823 rule, and even though i did trash one, i have run an sun mtx in its place, michelin with a tube(and this is in the rear) and i still love it...i will get a new 823 soon and also some new tires to replace the michi's as i want to find lighter, and hey, who knows i could end up on maxxis or say specialized next for all i know..anyone who likes the specialized tires let me know :D
cbryce bikegirl06's photo
Feb 26, 2010 at 5:52
Feb 26, 2010
wheres the like button on this site? haha

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Feb 26, 2010 at 5:33
Feb 26, 2010
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cbryce Smidtty's photo
Feb 25, 2010 at 6:43
Feb 25, 2010
best bet for that front end is to have the frame taken to a machine shop to have it milled past the crack, then extend the relief slot on the rear of the seat tube...i have seen this done before

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