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drewdude natedh9's article
Jun 25, 2017 at 7:18
Jun 25, 2017
drewdude natedh9's article
Jun 25, 2017 at 6:15
Jun 25, 2017
Battle Royale: Slopestyle Finals Photo Epic - Crankworx Innsbruck 2017
I haven't been following crankworx that much this year, so maybe this question has been answered a bunch of times... but where is Semenuk?
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Jun 18, 2017 at 5:41
Jun 18, 2017
Selling
Jun 18, 2017 at 5:35
Jun 18, 2017

Like New Intense Tracer Foundation plus upgrades

$1699 CAD
PRICED TO SELL 2014 Intense Tracer Foundation build with several upgrades (as detailed below) that has been immaculately cared for by me (previously a professional bike mechanic and now just maintaining my own stuff). She only used it less than 10 times since we bought it new in 2015. We have since moved to an area that is very remote with no biking designated trails, and we have kept it hoping that we would be doing bike trips... Those bike trips haven't happened. Buyer pays shipping, any charges that occur at the border (if applicable), and any associated paypal or cod fees. Price $1699.00 CAD + fees stated above The bikes comes with extras... see details below. The bike is in like new condition except for one scuff on the fork lowers and the typical chafing that occurs on the frames paint between the linkage (since fixed so that it does not continue to chafe by advise from intense with a shield, I still have the email that can be forwarded to you). Please see a picture of the scuff and chafing in the pictures below. Bike is orange with blue accents (blue items include: chainring bolts, grips, stem, seat post collar and pedals) Details: 2014 foundation build with upgrades: Xfusion Fork and Shock Sram DB9 brakes inferno rims laced to speed tuned hubs sram x7 shifter sram x9 rear deraileur sram crank and BB now for the upgraded components: Converted to 1x wolf tooth bashguard wolftooth 30t chainring wolf tooth front deraileur mount cover hope t-rex extender cog 16t sprocket to replace 15/17t sprockets hope chainguide sram pg1070 cassette ht flat pedels 2016 rock shox reverb stealth dropper (150) chromag moon dt saddle hope non qr seat collar clamp easton lock on grips spank spike 35mm stem spank subrosa 747 bar also includes (to Canadian buyer only due to customs): finish line grease gun and grease avid brake fluid and pro brake bleed kit rockshox suspension fluid and reverb bleeder syringe some tubes

Selling
Jun 17, 2017 at 8:32
Jun 17, 2017

Knolly Chilcotin Custom

$2700 CAD
2015 Knolly Chilcotin Custom build that has been immaculately cared for by me (previously a professional bike mechanic and now just maintaining my own stuff). I have only used it an average of once a week for a partial season of riding (summer is short in Newfoundland). I have since moved to an area that is very remote with no biking designated trails, and I have kept it hoping I would be doing bike trips... Those bike trips haven't happened. Price is firm, I don't mind keeping it if it wont sell so that i may have a chance to bike on it in the future. Buyer pays portion of shipping (if to US), any border fees that may occur (if applicable) and any associated paypal or cod fees. Price $2700 CAD + fees as stated above The bikes comes with lots of extras... see details below. The bike is in great condition other than a few scratches (through the paint exposing aluminum) on the rear rim that I found from hanging it on the wall via bike hook between usage, and there is a very very superficial scratch on the bar that occurred while bike has been stored. I will post photos of each ding when i get a chance. all component colours are coordinated to be blackout in scheme. Details: 2015 Knolly Chilcotin Size M Colour Anno black (the bike has a front mud guard on fork and shelter tape on down tube and chainstay and other known cable rub areas) Cane Creek DB Air CS 2016 Fox Float RC2 180mm (currently reduced to 160) Chromag BSA Bar and Stem (50mm) Hope Tech 3 E4 Brakes front and back (comes with 160, 180, and 203mm rotors that include all necessary adapters and bolts) ODI lock on grips (comes with brand new still in box spare identical set) Shimano XT 1x 10spd drivetrain Hope Expander COG One UP Radr Cage 2016 Rock Shox Reverb Dropper (Comes with original to bike spare easton Haven Seatpost) (dropper post has never had an issue) 3x seatpost collars (chromag QR, Hope non QR with cable guide, and standard hope non-QR) Chromag Trail Saddle 2016 Race Face Turbine Cinch cranks with Race face BB and 32t chain ring 2016 MRP AMG guide with bash guard 2016 Shimano XT Clipless Pedals Hope Tech hubs front and rear laced to DT EX500 front rim and DT FR 600 rear rim with DT revolution spokes and brass nipples Tubeless with Maxxis Highrollers front and rear (gorilla tape and stans used for tubeless setup and have never had a flat) (tires have lots of tread , just your typical maxxis cracking at base of knobs) Comes with all original dropper post, fork and rear shock parts, and all fluids required for maintenance (fox float fluid, rockshox suspension fluid and so forth) (Canadian buyers only due to customs). Comes with 5x spare tubes (I stocked up I know), stans sealant (Canadian buyers only due to customs), spare dropout (purchased with the bike), All original hardware that came with the frame, spare set of brake pads, hope bleed kit, raceface bb tool and other misc items.

drewdude mikelevy's article
Jan 6, 2017 at 6:22
Jan 6, 2017
1 Question - What's Keeping the Gearbox Down?
Lol the gear box isn't so because of the monopoly of companies like sram, and the inability to standardize a size of gearbox so that other manufacturers gearboxes could fit in any frame. So basically profitshare.
drewdude mikekazimer's article
Mar 24, 2016 at 16:00
Mar 24, 2016
First Ride: SRAM's 12-Speed Eagle Drivetrain
At least we are moving closer and closer to internal gearing I suppose
drewdude mikekazimer's article
Mar 24, 2016 at 15:57
Mar 24, 2016
First Ride: SRAM's 12-Speed Eagle Drivetrain
Or why not just keep things simpler, burlier and less precision sensitive by bringing it back to 9 or 10 speed and increase the tooth count between each ring minutely... More is not always better... More is generally and simply put more complicated and leaving more room for error... Why does anyone even need each mini interval anyways... So unnecessary.
Added 2 photos to Back-at-er
Mar 17, 2016 at 5:06
Mar 17, 2016
drewdude COMMENCALbicycles's article
Mar 1, 2016 at 0:51
Mar 1, 2016
Commencal Descends on Canada - Seller Direct Sales
So basically by that conclusion, Its only okay to buy a bike only to go ride it once probably every couple years when I leave the island to travel. I respect what you are saying; however, in my experience (having lived in 5 Canadian provinces multiple communities/cities) its the LBS's that create a community effort to building and maintaining trails. Unless I were loaded with well some hard currancy and had no wife or kids, it's not really worth it to even have a multiple thousand dollar bike if there aren't trails that I could easily access on a regular basis. In all though, thank you for the invite and supporting a trail network in your area that maybe someday I can get to ride.
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