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Apr 18, 2021 at 12:28
Apr 18, 2021
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Apr 18, 2021 at 12:24
Apr 18, 2021

Yakima Ridgeback 5 Bike Rack - Locks and Keys included

$375 CAD
It's hard to set prices but I think this is a fair price, so no lowballers. We paid over $600 total with all the extras that we got with it (see below for extras) Great hitch mount rack Highlights: - Super easy to install, has a turning knob that attaches the rack to the hitch, so no bolts or tools needed - Folds flat for storage (including the hitch bar) - Has a great cradles that the bikes sit on nicely - Folds down so you can access back of vehicle - Fits both 1.25 (1 and a 1/4) and 2 inch receivers - Zipstrips make securing the bikes really easy (have a tonne of them to make sure there is enough) Extras: - Purchased the lock cable that integrates with the rack (the Handcuff - $90 plus tax) - Have a Yakima Tubetop ($75 plus tax) that I can add for an additional $50 or I will sell for $60 separately - Still have all the boxes etc. Mentions: - It's really hard to fit 5 bikes on it unless they are all road bikes or smaller and narrower. But 4 is definitely doable. - Some mountain bikes need to be fit creatively or by using the Tubetop. - There is a small nick which I have shown in the pictures - The lock bolt has a tiny bit of rust as shown in the picture but does not impair the functionality. - The Yakima sticker came off but you can get a new one

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Apr 4, 2021 at 16:30
Apr 4, 2021

Trek Fuel EX 8 27.5

$1850 CAD
Great Bike for XC and Trail. My son used it for XC racing this last in the only race series running in the lower mainland. Also a great trail and all mountain rides as well around the lower mainland. Well taken care of and cleaned after every ride. Would be good for a older kid/younger teen or a smaller adult (My son is now 5'7" or 8" and needs a medium or medium/large). Climbs amazingly, especially with the 2X system but still descends great too. Corners really well especially switchbacks and tight cornering, something a 29er won't do as well. A few items that have been done on the bike over the last year or so: New Deore rear derailleur (parts not easy to come by so had to get the Deore but works as good as the XT) Newer brake calipers and pads Changed to tubeless tires Reverb seatpost bleed Regular tune ups All our work has been done at Velocity Cycles in Langley Another highlight: Front shock is now 130mm to slacken the head angle by a notch and make it more capable. We have 2 sets or grips for you to choose one of, they are not new so a bit warn. White Lizard Skins Darren Barrecloth edition (not pure white anymore) or Blue Odi TLD edition grips (see pictures). We took off our good pedals but have put on some basic plastic Specialized flats. This bike has been used so it does have some scratches and blemishes including on the brake levers you can see in the pictures, but they work great still. The frame scratches are just normal and minor, no chunks. General Specs: Product: Trek Fuel EX 8 27.5 Bike Riding Type: XC/Trail Wheel Size: 27.5" (650b) Weight: 30lb Frame Material: Aluminum Rear Travel: 120mm Rear Shock: FOX Evolution Series Float, DRCV, CTD Damper, Rebound, 7.25x1.875" (Climb, Trail, Descend) Fork: FOX Evolution Series 32 Float, CTD Damper, Rebound, E2 Tapered Steerer, 15QR Thru Axle (Climb, Trail, Descend) Fork Travel: 130mm Handlebar: Bontrager Race Lite Riser, 31.8mm, 15mm Rise, Brakes: Shimano SLX Hydraulic Disc Brake Levers: Shimano SLX Drivetrain: 2x Shifters: Shimano SLX, 10-Speed Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore Cranks: SRAM S1010 Chainrings: 36/22 Tooth Pedals: Specialized Plastic pedals Cassette: Shimano HG50 11-36 Tooth, 10 Speed Rims: Bontrager Duster Elite Tubeless Ready Wheels with TLR Strips Hubs: Bontrager Duster Elite Tubeless Ready Wheels with TLR Strips Spokes: Bontrager Duster Elite Tubeless Ready Wheels with TLR Strips Front and Rear Tires: Maxxis Ardent Saddle: Bontrager Evoke 2, Chromoly Rails Seatpost: RockShox Reverb Adjustable Seatpost (125mm-Travel) Colors: Starry Night Black/Trek White https://archive.trekbikes.com/us/en/2015/Trek/fuel_ex_8_27#/us/en/2015/Trek/fuel_ex_8_27/details

cmolina pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 25, 2021 at 20:02
Mar 25, 2021
Winners Announced: Win It Wednesday - Enter to Win 1 of 6 CBI Bikes Gift Cards
@cbibikes: Thanks for clarifying. I went onto the website to do a test order nd the only country option for shipping was the USA so I thought we were out of luck.
cmolina pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 24, 2021 at 11:48
Mar 24, 2021
Winners Announced: Win It Wednesday - Enter to Win 1 of 6 CBI Bikes Gift Cards
I am not sure that CBI Bikes ships outside of the US. So unless your in the states or can travel to Idaho, I am not sure you can actually use the gift cards. So the contest is open to worldwide, but the prize is not.
cmolina edspratt's article
Feb 21, 2021 at 14:33
Feb 21, 2021
Podcast Round Up: Making Viral Videos with Danny MacAskill, Team Changes, Richie Rude's Training Plans & More
What about a chat with some of the dropped racers this year. Katy Winton pops into mind. Successful before and still after the concussions (maybe only one or two bad stages in the shortened 2020 season). That's just one name, but there are a few other notable names out there in both DH and Enduro that would be interesting to hear from. Do they know it was coming? Why would a sponsor drop that athlete? How do they regroup after that? I am sure that athletes may not be ready to talk this soon into it, but you never know.
cmolina seb-stott's article
Feb 12, 2021 at 17:39
Feb 12, 2021
Pinkbike Poll: Has Your Fork's Crown Ever Creaked?
I really hope DVO have worked it out. I just took my DVO Diamond in for a full service (just over the 2 year warranty) and I got a call that they found a creak and that they will not service it or tell me how bad it is. My only options were to fix or replace with a "crash replacement" (even though, no crash be had). Replacement was only a hundred dollars more (ouch) than the fix and service, but comes with a warranty at least. Assuming that once it starts creaking you shouldn't be riding anymore. It also seems like such a waste because the rest of the fork was working well (like butter). I hate that it is causing so much garbage.
cmolina edspratt's article
Feb 10, 2021 at 22:17
Feb 10, 2021
The Complete Guide to the 2021 World Cup XC Teams
Love that Norco team! So many good Canadian riders!
cmolina mikelevy's article
Jan 17, 2021 at 22:32
Jan 17, 2021
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 41 - Racing Rumours and Team Changes
@mikelevy: Sorry, did you say you do that bodyweight circuit stuff once every 4-6 months over the year? I must have read that wrong!! ????
cmolina mikelevy's article
Jan 17, 2021 at 22:30
Jan 17, 2021
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 41 - Racing Rumours and Team Changes
Why was there no talk about EWS? Is Enduro inferior to DH or XC racing? You made a tiny mention on Katy Winton but that's it (who, by the way is an amazing female rider and when she came back from that concussion managed to podium in the last half of the season). Not sure what Trek was thinking, she is so consistent and has really upped the social media side of things. Oh and you also talked about Sam Hill, but only about the part that he was click baiting the world. That pretty much solidified a good years worth of attention to the brand in 2 posts....he's done now.
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