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May 12, 2019 at 17:15
May 12, 2019
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May 12, 2019 at 17:12
May 12, 2019

Transition Smuggler X01 Al size Large

$3300 CAD
This trail bike is super fun and in Excellent shape! Party pedaling is its specialty! Used one season. Never shuttled or bike parked. Mechanic owned and maintained. I am just selling because I work at a shop and I am getting a new bike this year. Aluminum Frame, X01 Build kit, Gunsmoke Blue color. Brand new Tires, Bar, Grips, and Saddle. -X01 Drivetrain with GX cassette. Carbon cranks. Chain measures near new. -Fox Performance Elite 34 Fit4 Fork (140mm) and DPS rear shock with open mode compression adjust. -150mm Rockshox Reverb w/ one-by under bar lever. -SRAM Guide RSC brakes with bearing lever pivot and contact point adjust -Brand new Maxxis Minion DHF + DHRII tires -Race Face Turbine R bar and stem -E-Thirteen TRS+ wheelset Please contact for more info:)

Selling
May 8, 2018 at 19:18
May 8, 2018

Large Santa Cruz Hightower Carbon 29 S build kit

$4099 CAD
2017 Hightower C 29 Size Large. S build kit. ~$6000 new This bike is super fun and in fantastic shape! I work at a shop, and I am just making room for a new one. Brand new tires, saddle, grips, bar and stem. Fork travel increased to 150mm. Frame: Carbon, size Large, Sriracha Red Fork: Rockshox Pike RC 140mm (increased to 150mm) Shock: Monarch Debonair RT 135mm rear wheel travel Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb 150mm Drivetrain: SRAM GX 1x11 Crankset: RaceFace Aeffect 28t direct mount ring Brakes: SRAM Guide R 200mm rotor F 180mm R Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 3C and DHRII 29x2.3 Wheels: RaceFace AR27 on Novatec D541 and D542 hubs Stem: RaceFace Turbine Basic 35 Bar: RaceFace Ride 35 780mm Saddle: WTB Volt Race

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May 8, 2018 at 19:12
May 8, 2018
doublefat pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 7, 2018 at 21:39
Feb 7, 2018
YT Teases New Capra - Video
That's kinda screwed up and unneccesary.
doublefat vernonfelton's article
Oct 6, 2017 at 9:50
Oct 6, 2017
Have Your Say on the Ever-Changing Bike Standards
I work at a shop in a small town in the interior of BC with a riding season that has a start and an end, and it seems to me that the main thing we need to be able to do to keep our customers happy is keep them on their bikes, especially when those bikes are new. When we have to send new parts back for warranty, or when our shop and/or our distributors have a hard time keeping spare/loaner parts and tools in stock for all of the possible standard combinations, that keeps people from being on their bikes. My question is: When new standards/products are introduced, how much thought goes into keeping riders on their new bikes vs. making their new bikes "perform" better? For example, the hubs that come on 80% of the bikes we sell have had some reliability issues with the freehub bodies and hub axles. Not all of them, but enough to be noticable. This season, we have been unable to source those axles in 148mm Boost from any of our Canadian distributors and have had to take weeks (bordering on months) talking back and forth with that brands main (American) parts and warranty department to solve our problem. I know there are places in the world where bike and parts availability are worse than in Canada, but are efforts being made to make sure that the part/tool availability is being kept up to speed with the availability of new bikes?
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Jul 28, 2017 at 0:40
Jul 28, 2017
Yes indeed:)

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Jul 16, 2017 at 16:28
Jul 16, 2017
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Jul 16, 2017 at 16:28
Jul 16, 2017

Trek Domane 4.3

$1400 CAD
Carbon road bike. Shimano 105 gruppo. Bike shop employee and mechanic owned. I'm mainly a mountain biker, and bought this to get a better idea of what road bikes were all about. This bike is awesome for road riding, and way smoother feeling than I thought road bikes could be, but I am finding very little time to ride it. Barely ridden (probably 500km) and in mint condition. Details of spec here: http://archive.trekbikes.com/ca/en/2016/Trek/domane_4_3_compact#/ca/en/2016/Trek/domane_4_3_compact/details

Selling
Jun 9, 2017 at 23:19
Jun 9, 2017

Specialized Enduro Expert Carbon 29

$3000 CAD
PRICE DROP! Large 2014 Specialized Enduro 29er. 29.5 lbs. Amazingly capable bike in great shape. Bike mechanic owned and maintained, I work at a shop, got a Hightower and a DH bike this year, so selling this one:) -BRAND NEW fork csu with brand new upgraded RCT3 damper -BRAND NEW 9point8 150mm dropper post with new digit 1x lever -BRAND NEW Sram GX chain and cassette -all pivot bearings replaced once a season, 8/12 are brand new, just installed -2 basic fork and rear shock services per year -rear shock damper serviced near end of last season -2 pad replacements and brake bleeds per season -new derailleur cable and housing Other Upgrades: -Rock Shox Monarch Plus RCT3 rear shock -Chris King BB, (servicable bearings) - 780mm Chromag Fubar handlebar - Spank Subrosa30 rims Front and Rear (2.0 spokes, brass nipples) Highlights of remaining original spec: -X01 Shifter, Derailleur and carbon crankset -Hubs have DT Swiss 350 Star ratchet guts with 36t upgrade -Avid Trail 7 brakes with new metallic pads Included: -Spare Derailleur Hanger -Charger Damper rebuild kit -Fork volume spacers No pedals included

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