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dajibb RockyMountainBicycles's article
Aug 7, 2018 at 5:31
Aug 7, 2018
Rocky Mountain Announces Less Expensive Instinct BC Edition
Dude - it doesn't say "budget" bike. They said less expensive - which it is - $2,800 less! My modified A70 has now cost me $6,900 CDN - so this is a good price point.
dajibb RockyMountainBicycles's article
Aug 7, 2018 at 5:26
Aug 7, 2018
Rocky Mountain Announces Less Expensive Instinct BC Edition
It's under 32 pounds fwiw - I swapped in the Fox 36 (160mm) and DPX2 (155mm) on my 2018 A70 already. Bike's a perfect all rounder for my tastes.
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Tablerone, a new jump trail in the St Raymond sector of Valle Bras du Nord in Quebec. Rider: Luke Kitzanuk.

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Rockshox Rekon Silver 26" 100mm air fork

$250 CAD
Used a dozen times on my 10 yr old son's 24" hardtail mtb. Brand new condition. Quick release skewer. 100mm travel air damper. 320$ CAD new, plus tax. Upgrade your kids 24" bike or a full sized 26" bike.

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XTC SL Jr 24" - with 100mm Rockshox air fork

$900 CAD
Mint condition 24" bike from Giant, used 3 months only. A real off road mtb that has hydraulic disc brakes and is very lightweight. Similar performance & quality to a Trailcraft 24" kids bike, but at one third the price. It is pictured with an AFTERMARKET FORK. It is a 26" Rockshox Rekon Silver 100mm air fork - a $350 upgrade from the original 50mm air fork. These are the sales options: - buy the bike with the aftermarket 100mm air fork: $900 (cost new $1250) - buy the bike with the original 60mm air fork: $600 (cost new $805) If your child is just starting out, is smaller/lighter, and is rolling on relatively smooth trails, the 60mm fork will do just fine. If they are a bit heavier, have skills already, and will roll rougher trails, the 100mm fork is ESSENTIAL. They will blow through the 60mm fork on every bump, as it has to be run with high sag to even work with a lighter child. There is heavy protective tape on the fork lowers, and downtube - this is what you can see peeling off. Cheers,

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