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crazy-freerider insane-freerider's photo
Dec 23, 2020 at 15:06
Dec 23, 2020

crazy-freerider davidarthur's article
Feb 3, 2020 at 21:58
Feb 3, 2020
Review: NS Bikes Synonym TR1 - Not Your Typical XC Bike
Hold up - has randwick woods actually made it into pinkbike?! ???? Great review. Interesting to see NS go down the XC route! But seem to be keeping with their DNA at least
crazy-freerider LAST-BIKECOMPANY's article
Nov 22, 2018 at 23:44
Nov 22, 2018
Last Launches the 29" Aluminium Glen Trail Bike
I have a Last Rufus jump bike, one of my favourite bikes I’ve ever owned. They went through a spell of making some gorgeous and unbelievably good steel hardtails. This bike looks really promising but I’ve been waiting for them to make a steel full sus. Would smash all the current models out the water!
crazy-freerider LAST-BIKECOMPANY's article
Nov 22, 2018 at 23:41
Nov 22, 2018
Last Launches the 29" Aluminium Glen Trail Bike
I have a lesser known Last Rufus, an older cromo jump/4x frame And it’s one of the most playful and comfortable bikes I’ve ever owned! The quality of the frame is nuts, everything down to the inbuilt tensioners, dropouts, brake mounts, welds... Even the paint work is super high quality! (Mine is a pearlescent green/bronze)
crazy-freerider danielsapp's article
Oct 13, 2018 at 5:56
Oct 13, 2018
Pinkbike Poll: How Often Do You Replace Your Tires?
I would like to change my tyres seasonally... as soon as the weather gets wet I start looking at tyres for the slop. However by the time I’ve chosen tyres the sun is back out. I then repeat this until I start getting tonnes of punctures from having no tread ????
crazy-freerider pinkbikeaudience's article
May 25, 2018 at 5:36
May 25, 2018
Opening Weekend Survey 2018: What People Are Riding at the Whistler Bike Park
I guess to manufacturers, they see the 40% 26” riders and identify them as consumers who aren’t buying new bikes so aren’t worth catering for. Tyres wear and once in a blue moon a rim needs replacing, but I guess manufacturers dont see the point aiming new products at riders who are down to earth and don’t want to just upgrade for the sake of it.
Apr 24, 2018 at 2:16
Apr 24, 2018
crazy-freerider benjiscott82's photo
Apr 18, 2018 at 1:13
Apr 18, 2018
@benjiscott82: Yeah where from? I'd snap that right up! Otherwise be tempted with this second hand once I sell my bike

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Apr 17, 2018 at 5:48
Apr 17, 2018
Apr 17, 2018 at 5:44
Apr 17, 2018

BRAND NEW Whyte 901 Medium 27.5+ 130mm hard tail

$850 GBP
I'm selling my Literally brand new 2018 Whyte 901 bike in Medium Link to exact bike - Selling as it was the insurance's idea of an 'equal' replacement for my commencal Meta which was sadly stolen. In fairness, this bike is really bloody good, the spec is great and it feels so fun and lively from the short blast round the woods I've had on it. It's just not quite the hardcore bike I'm used to. Would be perfect for most trail center use, and It would be perfect for longer distances, or rides with a lot of climbing in. It can handle blue-red level jumps with a lot of confidence too, but as someone who has come from a dirt jump and downhill background, I need something that can handle my abuse! As I say it's brand new, and the only use it has had has been a quick mission down the canal path and an uphill climb to the woods where I've rode some local trails to try and love it like my commencal. Size wise, it's perfect for me at 5.7" and would suit riders up to I'd say 5.10" or so, but not likely any smaller than 5.6" Spec is as follows (PLEASE NOTE! Rockshox reverb not included as this is a cycle scheme purchase, so cannot be sold. And I love it too... ): Frame 6061 Hydro Formed T6 Aluminium, Custom Drawn and Multi Butted, Tapered Headtube, Get A Grip Seat Clamp System with Internal BBX Cable Routing for Dropper Post and 12mm X 148mm Boost Dropouts Fork RockShox Recon RL Gold 27.5", 130mm Travel, Fast Black Coating, Solo Air, Adjustable Compression and Rebound, Tapered Steerer, 110mm X 15mm Boost, Maxle Lite Headset FSA No. 57B Orbit ZS, Sealed Cartridge Bearing 1.5" Lower, 1 1.8" Caged Upper Bearings Rear Hub Alloy, Double Sealed Cartridge Bearing Hub, 12mm X 148mm Boost Through Axle, 32 Hole (surprisingly nice hub, super loud too!) Front Hub Alloy, Double Sealed Cartridge Bearing, 15mm X 110mm Boost Through Axle, 32 Hole Spokes WTB 2.0mm, Black Sandvik Stainless with Brass Nipples Rims WTB STp i29 TCS System, Tubeless Ready, 32 Hole (Comes with tubeless valves to convert yourself!) Tyres Maxxis Forekaster TR, 27.5" x 2.6" 60 TPI 3C (Maxx Terra) Folding Bead, EXO Sidewall Protection Front & Rear Shift Levers SRAM NX, 11 Speed Rear Derailleur SRAM NX, 11 Speed Cassette SRAM PG-1130, 11-42, 11 Speed Chain SRAM PC-1110, 11 Speed Crankset SRAM NX, X-SYNC Direct Mount 30T, Boost 11 Speed Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP, 73mm Seatpost Whyte 20mm Offset, 30.9mm x 400mm (350mm on Small & Med), 6061 Alloy, 2 Bolt Clamp, Adjuster Seat Whyte Custom, Triple Panel Design Bar Whyte Custom 6061 Alloy, Low Rise, 760mm Wide Stem Whyte Gravity Stem, 40mm Grips Whyte Lock-on V Grip Front Brakes SRAM Level, 180mm Rotor Rear Brakes SRAM Level, 160mm Rotor Internal Routing Brake Levers SRAM Level Pedals DMR V12 White

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