Apr 18, 2017 at 16:15Apr 18, 2017
I'm selling my near new Revelate Designs Viscacha seat bag. Will Ship, Buyer Pays Shipping.
Apr 18, 2017 at 16:08Apr 18, 2017
Hi, I'm selling my 2016 Santa Cruz 5010 CC, XT 2x build kit. Bike is stock except - Shwalbe Magic Mary 2.35 front tire, Bontrager SE3 2.35 rear and ODI Rogue grips. Also included is a RaceFace 30t N/W chainring for 1x conversion if so desired, I never got into shape, so I never converted! Also Shimano XT trail pedals. All bought April of 2016.
Apr 18, 2017 at 16:01Apr 18, 2017
Hello, I'm selling my 2016 Giant TCX SX cyclocross (CX) bike. It has SRAM Apex shifters, rear derailleur, making a 11 speed 1x drivetrain with hydraulic brakes. The bike is 100% stock and has about eight to ten rides on the Fullerton Loop. Hate to sell it, but I need to thin the herd and raise some cash for other hobbies. It is a medium by the way, I'm 5'9" with a 30in inseam and fit the bike well. I'd say 5'6" to 5'10" is probably ideal for this bike. Giant website - https://www.giant-bicycles.com/us/tcx-advanced-sx--2017--2016 4/20/2017 - In celebration of the date, I've lowered my price to 1400 and added shipping within country as an option. Note: Buyer pays shipping; runs $100-$150 via UPS Ground
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Apr 18, 2017 at 11:19Apr 18, 2017
David-S mikekazimer's article
Jan 9, 2015 at 7:45Jan 9, 2015
Pinkbike Awards: Best Value Product
The 40 or 42t cassette cog and 16t cassette cog are compatible with SRAM (X5; PG1030 and up) and Shimano (SLX and up). The RAD and RAD'r cage are only for Shimano rear derailleurs. Though not necessary, use of a RAD or RAD'r cage improves the shift quality and reduces the amount of B-srew tension required (compared to a stock Shimano derailleur). You can use a stock SRAM rear derailleur with the above cassette options. The RAD cages were developed as Shimano rear derailleurs do not use an offset upper pulley. SRAM derailleurs already have an offset upper pulley. (Offset relative to the cage's rotation axis). Check out the OneUp webpage, compatibility section. http://www.oneupcomponents.com/pages/compatibility
David-S RichardCunningham's article
Jan 9, 2015 at 7:29Jan 9, 2015
Absolute Black Oval Chainring - Review
The derailleur does not oscillate. The chain is always in contact with approximately 1/2 of the chain ring. 1/4 on the major axis, 1/4 on the minor axis. It does not matter where the chain rings is in its rotation. Check out the video on Absolute Blacks facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/absoluteblack.cc
David-S mikelevy's article
Jan 8, 2013 at 20:40Jan 8, 2013
Did Gwin Breach His Contract With Trek World Racing?
Glad to see Specialized decided to keep Mitch on the WorldCup circuit, he deserves the opportunity. To create drama at the races, promoters will assign Specialized pits next to TWR pits. Curious what will happen to the ODI, Trek satellite team headed up by Rich Houseman, with some involvement from Gwin. Also will Gwin will get a new mechanic or if he'll take Moose with him.
David-S IanHylands's article
Jun 2, 2012 at 9:57Jun 2, 2012
Val di Sole Qualifying - UCI World Cup 2012
Protected = gets to race regardless of qualifying position or attendance. Why qualify? - points earned count towards overall standings. Also, serves as a practice run with a bit of pressure against the clock with a (in theory) clear course in front of you.
David-S RichardCunningham's article
Feb 17, 2012 at 7:22Feb 17, 2012
First Look: 2013 X-Fusion - Oversized, 34mm Trail Forks, Slippery Coatings and a Wild-Looking XC Shock
I like that Pinkbike went and hit up Marzocchi, X-Fusion and Fox recently. I know this is a sneak-peek write-up but the writing style concerns me. Reads just like a press-release, which was a criticism of "Mountain Bike Action". When you (Pinkbike) get some ride time and do a more in-depth write-up, please be objective. I'm starting to seriously consider X-Fusion (which I never would've just about a year ago). I hope some demo days come up so I can try it for myself.