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dubiouslogik mattbeer's article
Nov 12, 2021 at 9:30
Nov 12, 2021
First Look: Lal Bikes' Supre Drivetrain Splits The Derailleur In Half Before It Happens On the Trail
Can you adapt this for a hardtail also? would love one for trials/skatepark use on my hardtail
Selling
Oct 24, 2021 at 15:36
Oct 24, 2021

WeThePeople Volta with Brakes

$500 USD
WeThePeople BMX bike with Brakes Great BMX bike for riding street or park. Bike is in very good condition. I ride mountain and some trials, so I have both Front and Rear Brakes since I wanted to keep the same braking reflex. I added the front brake and upgraded to strong Diacompe Hombre U-style brakes. I also lowered the gear ratio to a 23T up front, but I kept the original 26T and it is included in case you want to change back. I am selling this bike to focus on trials. Frame size Large S&M Pitchfork S&M Elevens Handlebars, 11” Rise Odyssey tires Diacompe Hombre brakes front and rear Front sprocket: 23T (original 26T also included) Rear cassette: 11T, standard cassette (not free coaster) 4 pegs, plastic outer (socket extensions included) Odyssey Front Rim (upgrade to allow for front brake) Sun Ringle Rear Rim Eclat Seat

dubiouslogik jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 16, 2021 at 9:14
Oct 16, 2021
Randoms: Bespoked Show 2021
Tell us more about that wooden frame mtb behind the test mule
Selling
Oct 11, 2021 at 9:18
Oct 11, 2021

Norco Six Two

$750 USD
2009 Norco Six Two Great bike park or burly enduro setup. I rode this bike with a dropper post as my primary trail bike 2010-2014, then park only. Horst Link rear triangle is very efficient when pedaling. All parts in good shape. Frame has nicks and scratches, but cosmetic only. Good for a range of rider sizes, standover is 28.5 inches, frame size medium. Fits riders 6’ (my height, I prefer smaller frames) down to 5’ 5” or possibly lower. I had considered going to a dual crown fork (1 1/8” steer tube still an option there) and a 27.5 front setup (which is now a thing), but we are downsizing so I’m selling the park bike. Frame Size: Medium Marzocchi TST2 Air Fork, 160mm travel (2011, warranty upgrade) Fox Float X Shock with Piggyback Reservoir (2014, I upgraded to this) SRAM X-9 derailleur, 2x9 drivetrain Funn Full-On handlebars, 785mm width 26” Wheels Alex Supra 28 Rims Sun Ringle Jumping Flea Hubs Avid Juicy 5 Brakes, 200mm Rotor Front, 180mm Rear Bike weight: 35.6 lbs on my home digital scale Standover height: 28.5 inches Steer tube: straight 1 1/8“* Kenda Nevegal Tires, 2.35”. Frame has room for wider Shock details: https://www.ridefox.com/fox17/help.php?m=bike&id=67 Fork: https://www.vitalmtb.com/product/guide/Forks,33/Marzocchi/55-TST2-Air-Fork,4735

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Oct 9, 2021 at 10:47
Oct 9, 2021
dubiouslogik rossbellphoto's article
Aug 25, 2021 at 12:46
Aug 25, 2021
Tech Randoms & Custom Bikes - Val di Sole World Championships 2021
looks like they put nicknames on all of them, magic momo for amaury, magic mimi for miriam, magic titi for thibault
dubiouslogik valdisolebikeland's article
Jul 22, 2021 at 8:06
Jul 22, 2021
Video: Troy Brosnan & Kye A'Hern Ride the Val di Sole 2021 World Champs Course
For a track that rough do they soften the suspension to minimize fatigue, or does that slow you down? I'd love to see footage of his fork travel during that run. (pretty sure my forearms would hurt just watching)
dubiouslogik alicialeggett's article
Jul 9, 2021 at 16:26
Jul 9, 2021
Video: Jack Moir's POV from the Queen Stage at EWS La Thuile 2021 Race 1
That much racing and still just a second apart. amazing. I look forward to the day that EWS has live coverage to rival DH and XC.
dubiouslogik pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jul 8, 2021 at 10:23
Jul 8, 2021
Video: Pro Mountain Bike Setup Guide With Ben Cathro - How To Bike Episode 2
Thanks for a dose of reality Ben. So tired of 'experts' insisting lower tire pressure is always better. Folded knobs don't grip better. The real goal is to not fold or squirm your tire in hard corners, as you pointed out. (30 psi ain't dead :)
dubiouslogik edspratt's article
Jul 6, 2021 at 12:23
Jul 6, 2021
4 Things We Learned from the Les Gets XC World Cup 2021
Flueckiger's hang time in that jump is impressive
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