efint MartinLortz's article
May 5, 2017 at 18:27May 5, 2017
The Mountain Bike Tourist: Quebec Road Trip Part Four - Vallée Bras-du-Nord
So it's like a regular awesome MTB trail... except you have to pay?
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Nov 1, 2016 at 20:51Nov 1, 2016
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Oct 21, 2016 at 10:54Oct 21, 2016
Oct 21, 2016 at 10:35Oct 21, 2016
Great deal on a nearly new bike! Kashima suspension, perfect all mountain bike. Drivetrain is all stock, upgraded components include the following: Bars: Chromag Fubars 780mm (alu) Stem: Chromag Ranger 50mm Saddle: Chromag Lynx DT Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF/DHR combo (set up tubeless) Minimal wear on both, tons of tread left (see pics) Fork: Stock Fox 34, extended from 140mm travel to 160mm (comes with air spring to convert back to 140mm if desired) Pedals: Spank Oozy This is an incredibly capable bike both up and down the mountain. Amazing Fox suspension, and extending the fork to 160mm makes this thing handle that much more without sacrificing climbing capability, as mentioned before, it does come with the stock air spring to convert back to stock 140 travel. With the fork extended, the bike is essentially a Trance SX, but with better specs and cheaper. This thing is rock solid, stiff, light, and ultimately just a fun bike to ride. It's in GREAT shape (9/10), a few scratches from regular riding, but you gotta look for them to see them. No big crashes, trail ridden almost exclusively (1 half day in the park). With under 40 hours of riding on this bike, it's virtually new. Get a head start on the season here in the Okanagan, only a couple months away, so take a look before it's gone! This bike would retail around $6000 with all the upgrades, so this is almost half price. https://www.giant-bicycles.com/en-ca/bikes/model/trance.27.5.1/24695/89686/ Colours Grayish Blue/Lime Frame ALUXX SL-Grade Aluminum, 5.5"/140mm Maestro Suspension Fork Fox 34 Float Factory, Kashima, FIT4 Damper, 15mm Thru-Axle, OverDrive Steerer, 140mm Shock Fox Float Factory Handlebar Chromag Fubars 780mm ****UPGRADED***** Stem Chromag Ranger 50mm ****UPGRADED***** Seatpost Giant Contact SL Switch, 30.9 Saddle Chromag Lynx DT ****UPGRADED***** Pedals Spank Oozy platforms ****UPGRADED***** Shifters SRAM X1, Trigger Rear Derailleur SRAM X01, Type-2 Brakes SRAM Guide RS, [F] 170mm [R] 160mm Brake Levers SRAM Guide RS Cassette SRAM XG1180, 10-42, 11-Speed Chain KMC X11L Crankset SRAM X1, 32 Bottom Bracket SRAM Press Fit Rims Giant P-TRX 1C Composite 27.5" WheelSystem Hubs Giant TRX, [F] 15mm [R] 12x142mm Spokes Sapim Race Tires Maxxis Minions DHR/DHF - MINIMAL wear, still tons of tread left (see pics) ****UPGRADED***** Feel free to ask any questions or come take a look Thanks for looking
efint GiroSportDesign's article
Aug 24, 2016 at 10:41Aug 24, 2016
Raindrops on the Moon - Video and Photo Epic
Cause a party's not a party til there's a Pils.
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Aug 22, 2016 at 21:05Aug 22, 2016
Amazing Giant Trance up for sale. This is the bike that got me into mountain biking and would suit someone in the same position perfectly. Great bike that does it all and doesn't break the bank. I just got a new bike, so this one has to go. Marzocchi bomber fork - built to last Giant rear shock - JUST rebuilt by Randy at RnR Specialized Purgatory and Clutch tires - Near new, only a few rides on them Reverb dropper post - Recently serviced (10 rides ago) Specialized Enduro grips - Brand new 730mm bars and short stem added making this bike handle much better downhill Bike was tuned up at the beginning of the season by Cyclepath. Checked over, bushings replaced, brakes bled, etc. This bad boy is ready to go! $900 with the dropper post, $800 for the bike without. Shoot me a message if you have any questions
efint vernonfelton's article
Apr 17, 2016 at 22:07Apr 17, 2016
The Impossible Bike: Carbon Built Here in the USA - Sea Otter 2016
@ilovedust: I quote: "No one, not even the Alchemy guys, is suggesting that all bikes made overseas are of the same quality. Nor are they saying that bikes made in the U.S. are of inherently higher quality than bikes built in Taiwan or China." .... yup ... might as well read "We're insisting our product is superior!" You took the time to comment, take the time to read.