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dsciulli19 mattbeer's article
May 25, 2023 at 8:09
May 25, 2023
Quiz: Can You Guess All of These Tire Treads?
Literally all of them are Maxxis knock-offs.
dsciulli19 dariodigiulio's article
May 24, 2023 at 8:31
May 24, 2023
Interview: Talking About Tires With Bontrager, e*thirteen, Michelin, and More
This was my thought as well. "How does it feel to be fighting for 2nd place behind Maxxis?" Tongue-in-cheek of course.
dsciulli19 brianpark's article
May 24, 2023 at 3:49
May 24, 2023
Bike Check & Shop Tour: Lal Bikes' Nicolai Nucleon 16 Supre Test Sled
so ah, where do the batteries go in that derailleur?
dsciulli19 mattbeer's article
May 16, 2023 at 4:11
May 16, 2023
Group Test: 14 of the Latest & Greatest Flat Pedals Reviewed
@jeremy3220: any suggested concave pedals at the same price point? I have one-ups and like them better than race face chesters that came on my bike, but could use a better shaped pedal.
dsciulli19 alicialeggett's article
May 2, 2023 at 9:06
May 2, 2023
Check Out: Clothing, Tools, & Cleaners
Woo!!! Alicia is back!!!!!!
Added 15 photos to Buysell
Apr 22, 2023 at 18:17
Apr 22, 2023
Apr 22, 2023 at 18:16
Apr 22, 2023

Trek Rumblefish II - Size L (19.5") 29er

$850 USD
Model 2011 Trek Rumblefish II, Size L (Large / 19.5") Aluminum Frame 120mm front travel, 110mm rear. Frame size appropriate for those 5'9"ish - 6'2"ish. I am 6'0" and it fits well. $850 OBO See below for parts description. I'm the 2nd owner of this bike. I bought another bike in 2020 and since then this bike has about 100 miles on it. I've more or less modernized this bike but it's not been getting enough miles on it lately to justify keeping it. This would be a great bike for someone out there who wants to get into mountain biking but doesn't want to spend a ton. - Upgraded to 1x10, 11-42 cassette with 30T front ring & bash guard. All Shimano SLX/XT - Shimano SLX Hydraulic 2-piston (M7000) brakes upgraded from Stock Avid Hydraulics w/ 180mm rotors front and rear (2020) - Newer wheelset (2020) WTB hoops with Novatec Hubs (Basic quality) with 25mm inner width, ~50% life Nobby Nic 2.6” front tire, New Maxxis Ardent 2.5” rear tire - New(ish) frame bearings all around and bottom bracket installed at Cycle-Fit of Delaware County - Added BrandX externally routed dropper post, 150mm. - Replacement Fox shock in 2019 - Fox Fork rebuilt by Fox in 2015 with minimal hours from 2015 – 2019 - 60mm x 35 stem w/ 35mm clamp bars, 800mm wide. Needs: - New rear shock pivot bolt and bushings. I have these in my parts bin but haven’t installed because I’m lazy. Bike rides fine as is but you can feel some slack in the linkage due to this part. $850 cash OBO.

dsciulli19 mikekazimer's article
Apr 19, 2023 at 3:28
Apr 19, 2023
Fox Announces New Float & Float SL Shocks
@olafthemoose: they dont service their stuff and they are "shocked" when there's a problem. I see what you did there.
dsciulli19 mikekazimer's article
Apr 13, 2023 at 5:09
Apr 13, 2023
Race Face Releases New Turbine Aluminum Wheels With a Lifetime Warranty
I'd rather see 32H rims, but I'm over 200lbs so it could be just me.
dsciulli19 henryquinney's article
Apr 10, 2023 at 5:37
Apr 10, 2023
We Explain Why Cheap Drivetrains & Alloy Bikes Are Best | Pinkbike Magazine Show Ep 3
@woofer2609: I'd like to see bikes designed around 30T at most, it seems like everyone is still at 32T
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