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crazy-canuck jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 7, 2019 at 7:11
Oct 7, 2019
Social Roundup: Medal Contender Injuries and Burly Rock Gardens - Tokyo 2020 Test Event
That looks amazing. Gotta really build up the cardio! If this is where XC racing is going, I want in!
crazy-canuck SectorWheels's article
Sep 4, 2019 at 7:33
Sep 4, 2019
Sector Wheels Announce Lightweight 9i Carbon Wheelset with a Suit of Armour
@JohanG: Fair enough. My experience using Pillar spokes and nipples has primarily been failure of the nipples, however I have seen a small number of the spokes snap at the end of the threads. (All were aluminum nipples, stainless J-Bend spokes on open-mold carbon road rims at a shop I was at for a couple summers). When we switched over to Sapim spokes and nipples the problems went away.
crazy-canuck SectorWheels's article
Sep 3, 2019 at 17:12
Sep 3, 2019
Sector Wheels Announce Lightweight 9i Carbon Wheelset with a Suit of Armour
MTB advertising 101: If you are using Pillar spokes in your build, just don't mention it...
crazy-canuck mattwragg's article
Aug 27, 2019 at 7:21
Aug 27, 2019
Opinion: The Day I Lost Control of my Brain
Truthfully admitting to yourself that things really are not alright before experiencing anything "severe" or "diagnosable" is something I am still trying to figure out. Even the stress alone that can be produced trying to communicate your struggles with friends/family is enough to cause harm in and of it self sometimes. Something I think I am only starting to realize, yet continuously failing to action in my own life is the overstimulation I think we are all susceptible to. This just compounds our normal stresses in life and never gives us down time to really recover. Thank you for writing this Matt. We need more of this.
crazy-canuck remymetailler's article
Aug 15, 2019 at 7:40
Aug 15, 2019
Video: Remy Metailler Urges You to Ditch Disposables
Here is what I am hearing in half the comments... Smoker: "You really shouldn't smoke it's bad for you and the planet". PB Commenter: "Everything you say is invalid, you're a smoker. Maybe if you were Mahatma Gandhi you could persuade me." Mahatma Gandhi: "Don't smoke, it's bad for you." PB Commenter: "Your views are too extreme for me, your argument is invalid."
crazy-canuck remymetailler's article
Aug 15, 2019 at 7:24
Aug 15, 2019
Video: Remy Metailler Urges You to Ditch Disposables
@Y12Sentinel: Please provide a link to a single source on those claims and educate us. @piman: I don't know if ribeye is a daily occurrence for you, but if in all regards you went vegan but still allowed yourself a ribeye or two a week, it really would have a positive effect. I only replied because you suggested the only thing keeping you from being "plant based" is ribeye. Your move ;)
crazy-canuck jamessmurthwaite's article
Jun 26, 2019 at 15:00
Jun 26, 2019
Interview: Martin Maes - "I'm Not Guilty... I Just Made a Stupid Mistake"
Dear UCI, I, like many riders and fans of the various MTB WC series and EWS races, want a better explanation than the robotic lawyer talk you push out to the media. With the information in front of us now, I can't understand how anybody with a half a conscience can call the denial of a TUE just in this particular case. Perhaps more due diligence is required from the team side in order to make your job of differentiating those who are doping from those with legitimate reasons for having something in their system easier. I still can't imagine how an accusation of doping such as this can cross someones desk, with all the evidence compiled and presented, and then have that person say, "well the rules are the rules, life and limb are no excuse." If there was performance benefits, I would understand, even if accidental, and I can understand the other anti-doping cases that have come up since the EWS has joined the UCI. I just can't wrap my head around this one. There must either be details we are missing or a sore failure in the way the UCI does business and their consideration of the human factor. Please provide all of the racing fans with a better explanation, or seriously review your own ethics and the process by which you determine exceptional cases such as this one. -A rider that cares. [Reply]
crazy-canuck redbullbike's article
Jun 5, 2019 at 13:29
Jun 5, 2019
Video: Full Highlights From The Fort William World Cup Downhill
Hands down the best Red Bull DH highlights I have seen. Really liked the way the interviews were done for the women's field mixed in with the race recap and Warner's commentary. I thought that was better done than the latter half with men's field which was still good but not as informative and story telling.
May 25, 2019 at 14:07
May 25, 2019

Cove Hustler 27.5 Large

$2500 CAD
Large 2015 Cove Hustler 27.5 XX1 and SRAM Wheels Only selling because I wanted and just got a shorter travel bike. Bike is in perfect working order. All bearings run smooth, brakes are bled and pads have good life. Wheels true and free of any dents, and the suspension and drive train are running strong. All that to say, this bike is 100% ready to hit the trails and shouldn't need any work done for some time to come. In addition as stated in the specs, the suspension was custom valved by S4 Suspension. Specs: Fork- XFusion Sweep RL2, 160mm ***Custom Valved by S4*** Shock- XFusion O2 RCX, 150mm ***Custom Valved by S4*** Dropper post- RockShox Reverb 150mm Cassette- SRAM XX1 Derailleur- SRAM XX1 Shifter- SRAM XX1 Chain- SRAM XX1 Wheels- SRAM Rail 50 Wheelset Hubs- SRAM Rail 50 (DT Swiss 250 with SRAM's hub shell) Crankset- SRAM XX1 Chain ring- SRAM XX1 32t Bars- Ride Alpha ***New*** Stem- Ride Alpha ***New*** Seat- Fizik Grips- Ride Alpha ***New*** Any questions shoot them my way. On a random note. This bike has no right climbing as well as it does.

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May 25, 2019 at 13:46
May 25, 2019
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