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Apr 17, 2024 at 11:42
Apr 17, 2024

2004 Rocky etsx

$350 CAD
So I bought this beast as a commuter and it's a great light machine. Did some upgrades like crank and bottom bracket derailleur things like that. Currently has slicks but I also have knobbies if you're into that. NOTE: I have the original shock which I'm not exactly sure if it works well but I put on a longer shock which didn't make any difference on my commute although it has clearance issues if you're going to be riding this in the mountains. Both shocks are included. Doesn't come with the pedal shown but I do have flats for it or if you want clips I'm sure I could find some of those too.

chickenlassi dariodigiulio's article
Jan 12, 2024 at 18:24
Jan 12, 2024
Spotted: New Rocky Mountain Enduro Bike
Yeah you know what's crazy? I have a 1999 Rocky mountain Blizzard from back in the days before the Frenchie takeover, and I know the guy's kid that did the powder coat. And he's powder coated all of my subsequent frames. I got it new and I haven't bought a Rocky new since then.
chickenlassi seb-stott's article
Dec 10, 2023 at 13:07
Dec 10, 2023
Opinion: Do We Need Size-Specific Chainstays?
I have a 2014 banshee Rune that came with 135 dropouts. At the time, why the fuck would you want 27.5? But it was there. I did buy the 142 dropouts but last summer I destroyed my wheel at silver Star and the only spare I have is 135 so, change the dropouts. And of course the 142 /27.5 dropouts are longer and I can feel the difference when trying to manual but at the bike part it's definitely more stable. Modular is the way to go
Jun 25, 2023 at 21:09
Jun 25, 2023

pair shimano XT brakes

$100 CAD
It's actually 2002 or 2001 but the years don't go back that far. Bought new when I was at Kicking Horse with my 01 Santa Cruz Bullit. Just cleaning out my parts drawer and found these. Can't even say when they were last used. One has brake pads the other one doesn't, probably needs new fluid but they'll work. Original metal brake line that sucks so bad and gouged up your frame.

Jun 25, 2023 at 21:07
Jun 25, 2023

Ironhorse 7point

$300 CAD
2008 Ironhorse 7point freeride frame. I've had this puppy forever and due to a lot of reasons I haven't ridden it in the last 4 years. When I bought it I got it sandblasted and powder coated which of course is much stronger and durable than regular paint. That said it still has a few scratches. The shock is a Marzocchi Roco World Cup which is compression rebound and reservoir pressure/volume. It comes with needle bearing pivots on the upper shock pivot. The bearings are in good shape and everything is tight. Not exactly sure the weight of the spring but it was fine for me and I'm 190 plus gear. Comes with e13 chain guide, seat post clamp, spare derailleur hanger and a Works Performance -2° headset, which takes the head angle down to somewhere around 63° with my Marzocchi 888.

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