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dmondave seb-stott's article
Mar 30, 2022 at 12:00
Mar 30, 2022
Review: Öhlins TTX2 Air Shock
@thechunderdownunder: that's where I'm at. A friend at a shop recommended an Ohlins or Float X, but it has me thinking I may just be trying a bit too hard to change what the bike is.
dmondave seb-stott's article
Mar 29, 2022 at 15:34
Mar 29, 2022
Review: Öhlins TTX2 Air Shock
interesting. I actually heard the same re: stumpy from someone else.
dmondave alicialeggett's article
Feb 10, 2022 at 10:09
Feb 10, 2022
Updated: Specialized Plans to Add Consumer-Direct Sales February 1
@iliveonnitro: wouldn't surprise me if true.
dmondave alicialeggett's article
Jan 28, 2022 at 10:00
Jan 28, 2022
Updated: Specialized Plans to Add Consumer-Direct Sales February 1
@golfman1: they did, but Pon swooped in at the 11th hour with a better offer and the ability to remain independent. (Pon also owns car dealerships, so they have operating experience.) Much better deal for Mike's IMHO. But, if I were S, I'd be a bit salty with the rug pull, too. They're just trying to match Trek with the vertical play.
dmondave alicialeggett's article
Dec 29, 2021 at 15:06
Dec 29, 2021
Christopher Blevins Parts Ways with Trinity Racing
@prevail: ahh right, got him confused a/Sarrou
dmondave alicialeggett's article
Dec 28, 2021 at 12:09
Dec 28, 2021
Christopher Blevins Parts Ways with Trinity Racing
both got WC wins. Trinity was supposed to be a bridge to the factory team.
dmondave alicialeggett's article
Dec 28, 2021 at 12:08
Dec 28, 2021
Christopher Blevins Parts Ways with Trinity Racing
Hatherly, who IIRC beat Blevins at u23 XC worlds. Oops.
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Dec 11, 2021 at 8:22
Dec 11, 2021
Selling
Dec 11, 2021 at 8:21
Dec 11, 2021

Scott Ransom 910 sz Large w/grip 2 upgrade

$3750 USD
2019 Scott Ransom 910 Sz Large Enduro travel but rides like an all-mountain trail bike due to low weight and rear lockout. GX build XT 4-piston brakes No cosmetic or structural issues ~900 miles per Strava, mostly in Marin (not a big jumper and no trips to the bike park) Fits someone 5’10-6’ Changes/Upgrades: - Grip 2 damper upgrade (removed the stock fork lockout bc it's dumb for a 170mm bike) - Race Face Next R 20mm rise bars cut to 770mm - Ergon GE1 grips - Race Face Turbine R 50mm stem - Frame protection installed since new - Maxxis Assegai 2.5 front - New Maxxis DHR2 2.4 Exo+ rear tire - New DT Swiss XM1900 rear wheel (small dent on rim seam of old wheel& couldn’t find a replacement rim due to Covid) - Fresh hose, bleed and pads on rear brake Link to specs on Scott’s site: https://www.scott-sports.com/us/en/product/scott-ransom-910-bike Here’s a video walkthrough I did: https://youtu.be/EJM_9kTx9Bk

Selling
Nov 22, 2021 at 11:42
Nov 22, 2021

Ripley V4 X01 sz Large

$5500 USD
Selling my beloved Ripley because I'm moving to one MTB. This is a perfect Marin MTB. Pedals incredibly well, weighs ~28lbs, and has solid trail geo for most any downhill. Great for long days in the saddle or, in my case, 1-1.5 hour loops around Fairfax and Annadel. ~ Maintenance ~ I've serviced the suspension annually (seals and oil). No scratches on any stansions. Rear linkage still working great. Here's the recent work: - Freshly serviced suspension (new oil and seals), no rides since and no scratches on stansions - New chain & chain ring - New wheels (takeoffs from a different bike) - New tires (takeoffs, tubeless with sealant) - All scratches/paint chips covered with epoxy - Recently serviced headset bearings - New brake rotors and pads - Brake bleed - Handlebars/stem barely ridden (swapped them out early on) - New grips - Crankset ~3 months old Currently set up more on the downcountry side with a 130 fork, 2-piston brakes and a fast-rolling rear tire. I've run it like this and with a 140. I'll include the 140 air shaft in the sale. ~ Specs ~ Year - 2020 Brand - Ibis Model - Ripley Size - Large Frame Material - Carbon Fiber Fork - Fox 34 Factory Fit 4 Fork Travel - 130mm Rear Shock - Fox DPS Factory Rear Travel - 120mm Drivetrain - Sram 1x12 Brakes - Shimano SLX 2-piston Rear Derailleur - Sram X01 Front Derailleur - None Bottom Bracket - Wheels Manufacturing ABEC 5 angular contact Crankset - Race Face Next R 170mm Chainring - Race Face 32T oval Cinch Direct Mount Cassette - Sram X01 XG1295 10-50 Chain - Sram X01 Handlebar - Ibis Lo-Rise Carbon 750mm, 10mm rise (adjustable to 800mm) Headset - Cane Creek Stem - Thomson X4 50mm Seatpost - BikeYoke Revive 185mm Saddle - Ergon SM Sport M/L Front Wheel - Roval Traverse 29 Alloy, 28h, 30mm inner width Front Tire - Butcher, GRID casing, GRIPTON® T7 compound, 29x2.3"" Rear Tire - Purgatory, GRID casing, GRIPTON® T7 compound, 29x2.3"" Tubes/Tubeless - Tubeless ~ Extras/Options ~ - 140mm air shaft - 175mm cranks (swap for same model, slightly more used) - 800mm bars (Ibis includes 25mm screw-on alloy bar ends that can be cut to size) - Full Ride Wrap kit (that I stupidly never installed, bought for $200) - $200 - SRAM G2 RSC 4-piston brakes (unbled, because I don't have the equipment for Sram brakes) Feel free to ask any questions. Buyer pays PayPal fees and shipping.

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