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Dropper post remote kit

$30 CAD
2x Giant dropper post remote kits. Will work with any droppers where the cable is clamped at the remote not the seatpost. Both brand new, one in packaging, one not. Asking $30 each

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RaceFace Agent waterproof shorts large

$80 CAD
Excellent condition Race Face Agent waterproof shorts for sale. Minimal use. Just washed and treated with DWR spray. Retail for $155 plus tax. Fully seam-sealed 3-layer waterproof Short. Main body fabric is soft hand 90% Polyester, 10% Spandex. Outer fabric is laminated to a water-proof breathable membrane (10,000mm; 10,000g/m2) and backed by durable, lightweight mesh. Don't let the elements stop you from shredding your bicycle. This fully seam sealed, 3-ply fabric shorts will help keep your stoke levels high when the weather is saying otherwise. An internal gaiter system takes rain protection to the next level. Two waterproof hand pockets keep your essentials dry while a large rear ventilation panel helps keep your body temperature regulated. Any Race Face knee pad will fit comfortably under the hem of these loose fitting trail short. PRODUCT FEATURES 3-ply waterproof fabric. 10K/10K waterproof/breathability rating. External waistband adjustment system. Soft brushed inner waistband. Raised back panel for additional coverage while in riding position. Waterproof zippers throughout. Branded zipper pullers throughout for ease of use with gloves. Internal weather protecting gaiter system. Rear ventilation system. Black, size large. $80 Located in Pemberton but can deliver to lower mainland

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chriswells SCOTT-Sports's article
Dec 26, 2016 at 11:51
Dec 26, 2016
Chasing Trail: Episode 8 - Disneyland for MTB
Shit can go sideways fast in the mountains. Waiting an hour for a rescue that may or may not be able to reach you can be the difference between live and death. SAR is volunteer, no guarantee that they are coming at all! Granted, with the dedicated SAR members in the sea to sky region, this almost never happens but relying on that as your only plan out is naive. Squamish (or Whistler Valley and Pemberton) is not the bike park. No one is getting paid to come and rescue you. Have a backup plan that doesn't involve a cell phone. Carry a pack. Have a first aid kit (and knowledge to use it). Bring a map and compass, something to light a fire, a foil blanket. Don't get caught out. These are big mountains with nasty drainages and cliffs. Plan for the worst and don't put volunteers in danger as they come to try and save your unprepared stupid ass!
chriswells SCOTT-Sports's article
Dec 26, 2016 at 9:19
Dec 26, 2016
Chasing Trail: Episode 8 - Disneyland for MTB
The attitude towards riding prepared and within your limits is scary in this article. Don't bring tools or a tube because someone else will sort you out?! Come on... And Squamish SAR and ambulance are minutes away... This is a highly uninformed comment and a dangerous attitude to have. SAR is all volunteer, like everywhere in BC, and minutes away is simply not accurate. Ambulance might be minutes away from the trail head, but they're not supposed to leave the pavement. How's that gonna help when you're an hour away on singletrack? Attitudes like this is how people become complacent and die from exposure merely metres from marked trails, or launch that creek gap and die waiting for that "minutes away" rescue.
Nov 2, 2016 at 8:08
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