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corvus1 edspratt's article
Jun 28, 2020 at 6:03
Jun 28, 2020
Video: Luke Strobel Shreds the PNW
Any insight on why the departure from Evil?
corvus1 anthill's article
Jun 25, 2020 at 7:03
Jun 25, 2020
Video: The MTB Pioneer of Crested Butte - Return to Earth: The Series, Ep 3
@pbfan08: 40 is crusty now! LOL! How about the crusty 64 year old like Ned Overend who can still kick all of our asses. They make Colorado Amazing!
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Sep 17, 2018 at 6:04
Sep 17, 2018
Sep 17, 2018 at 6:02
Sep 17, 2018

PRICE DROP Knolly Delirium, 11.6, Nox, i9

$2700 USD
This amazing machine is nearly new. The frame and Push 11.6 have only 2 days of park riding. Look at the pix it’s in amazing shape. Never raced, never crashed. The Push 11.6 is amazing and a huge upgrade. Worried you’ll need a different spring rate? This comes with THREE springs (350, 400, 450). The entire drivetrain is BRAND NEW - never ridden. The wheels do have some miles but they spin and ride perfect. If you want a park bike slam the seat and you're good to go. If you want a killer all mtn/enduro bike then all you need to do is add a dropper and it's done. Priced VERY low to move ASAP and fund other projects. I will ship but buyer pays for shipping. Here's the full build: • Frame: Knolly Delirium (170mm) – Medium • Shock: Push 11.6 • Fork: RS Lyric 180mm • Shifter: XT • Rear Der: XTR • Crankset: Race Face w/ 30t direct mount • Brakes: XT • Rotors: 203F, 180R • Hubs: Industry Nine Torch 6 bolt • Tires: Minion DHF, Rear is worn but comes with brand new High Roller II, 2.4 • Rims: Nox Farlow (27.5) • Spokes: Sapim CX-Rays (bladed spokes) • Saddle: SDG Duster • Seatpost: Ritchey • Stem: Deity Cavity (50mm) • Bars: Deity DC31 Mohawk Carbon • Grips: Ergon GD1

corvus1 RichardCunningham's article
Jan 20, 2018 at 7:54
Jan 20, 2018
Eightpins NGS1 Integrated Dropper Post - Review
@OceanPhil: Syntace makes parts (pretty damn good parts at that) and Liteville makes frames. Two sides of the same house.
corvus1 gerrycreighton's article
Nov 23, 2017 at 7:44
Nov 23, 2017
The Silver Lining
Thanks for sharing your story. I'm a bit terrified I'll have one of these stories in the future and can only hope to have such a supportive community if it does. Before we met, my now wife had cancer once right around 30. After we started dating I turned this semi-pro roadie onto mountain biking. A massive crash at a local DH park led to a full shoulder replacement but recovery images are the reason we found her breast cancer early. After joint replacement surgery and a full double mastectomy I figured we were doing everything backwards and better get married right away. Having cancer twice by your mid-30s is a pretty good sign it won't be gone forever. Day to day life isn't always easy and I rarely think about this evil disease returning, but the timing of this article couldn't be better for helping remind me to make the best of every possible day we have. On this Thanksgiving Day I'll be making sure to have an awesome ride with my wife, partner, and best friend. Today won't last long but we'll make the best of the ride.
corvus1 EnduroCup's article
Nov 18, 2017 at 7:06
Nov 18, 2017
Scott Enduro Cup Presented by Vittoria - 2018 Race Schedule
Uh, Genius is their enduro line. 2018 is 150mm rear 29" so it's right in line with the Slash, Hightower LT, and others
corvus1 faultlinetv's article
Nov 18, 2017 at 6:52
Nov 18, 2017
Big Wheels: Autumn Feels - Video
are they "...ever going to get this right?"
corvus1 bzmncrew's article
Nov 13, 2017 at 11:24
Nov 13, 2017
corvus1 thenomadsmtb's article
Nov 3, 2017 at 10:33
Nov 3, 2017
Alpine Lording With The Nomads - Video
@thenomadsmtb: Totally get it. I was an alpine/rock/ice climber till I discovered MTB in my mid 30's. Super early starts were pretty much required for that stuff and it killed my motivation to get up early these days. Alpine sunrise is great, but at 40+ I'm loving sleeping in, a strong espresso, and book to pass the time till the temps are perfect, then riding for several hours to catch sunset at the pub ;)
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