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Sep 6, 2018

Giant Glory 00 - Rux, Full Saint

$800 CAD
Awesome, stable DH bike for someone who doesn't want to break the bank. Parts Frame - 2011 Giant Glory 00 Fork - Suntour RUX Shock - Fox DHX RC4 Brakes - Shimano Saint M810 Derailleur - Shimano Saint M810 short cage Shifter - Shimano Saint M810 Pedals - Shimano Saint M810 Bars - Joystick 8 Bit Saddle - Joystick Digital Feather Wheels - Sun Ringle Cranks - RaceFace respond Tires - Muddy Mary (front, not much tread on er) Minion DHF (rear, good to go)

dpeacock pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 17, 2017 at 9:36
Mar 17, 2017
Now Finished: Ask Me Anything With Mike Hopkins
I'll take "only Black Sabbath songs he knows" for 2000, Alex.
Jan 6, 2016 at 11:55
Jan 6, 2016

66 RV - $30!

$30 CAD
Taper steer tube cut to 7 1/8". In great shape, but it's been in the closet for a couple of years. Anyone want it?!

dpeacock scottsecco's photo
Sep 30, 2013 at 21:06
Sep 30, 2013
dope photo secco!

Added 4 photos to 2012
Sep 23, 2013 at 14:00
Sep 23, 2013
Sep 23, 2013 at 14:00
Sep 23, 2013

Fox 36 180 FIT RC2 Van

$250 CAD
Fox 36 180 RC2 Van - The best long travel single-crown out there in great condition. Some cosmetic wear as with any bike part, but in perfect functional condition and well cared for. Coil-sprung, recently serviced, ridden for a season. Such a rad fork, but I upgraded to a full-on DH bike this year so I'm selling this beauty. $250 is the asking price, and I'm pretty firm on that because it's low to start with. If you want to entertain an offer though I'll listen. No trades. Local pickup only.

dpeacock damageincmtb's video
Sep 15, 2013 at 14:57
Sep 15, 2013
that was so rad! got me stoooooked to ride

dpeacock AbsoluteZero's article
Aug 22, 2013 at 12:33
Aug 22, 2013
Video: Kirk McDowall - Kamloops Raw
@GaryC so has music, in every video, ever.
dpeacock mattwragg's article
Apr 12, 2013 at 18:55
Apr 12, 2013
Evoc 35l Camera Pack Review
I have this bag and it's by far my favourite camera pack, having tried every Dakine bag and a few others. "we did remove the back protector before we used it. They are a nice idea, but a rigid piece of material that close to your back detracts too much from the comfort of the pack"...if you didn't use it, how do you know? I would think this might be one reason why you noticed the 1D sticking into your back. Anyone with a bigger camera (RED, 1Dx etc) is going to deal with this problem. If you fixed it by making the bag deeper, but keeping the volume at 35L, the bag would have to have some annoying dimensions and you couldn't use it as a carry-on for planes (it's on the edge as-is). IMHO the back protector solves this "problem" and keeps the back rigid and stable if you have heavy weight on one side such as a tripod. maybe worth a shot, before you go back to a loose program bag. my two cents.
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