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endurogan edspratt's article
Feb 4, 2024 at 11:51
Feb 4, 2024
Slack Randoms: Jackson Goldstone Goes Huge at McGazza Fest, Alternative Uses for Kashima & More
@HardtailHerold: theyre two shock stanchions and the axles going through where the du bushings usually sit
endurogan mattbeer's article
Oct 16, 2023 at 20:21
Oct 16, 2023
Intense Release 26" Wheeled Alloy Dirt Jumper
Yah youre right the chain length would determine where the axle sits in the dropouts the screws are just there to tension the chain and stop the wheel from sliding into the dropouts causing the chain to loosen
endurogan Alexachristensen's article
Oct 12, 2023 at 9:31
Oct 12, 2023
16 Bikes of Red Bull Rampage 2023 - Vote For Your Favorite
Surprised by the amount of air shocks in general and guys running super deluxe over the vivid air
endurogan christinachappetta's article
May 16, 2023 at 6:28
May 16, 2023
Video: Why Beginner and Advanced Riders Love Blue Trails (and Intermediate Riders Don't)
@NERyder: 50% grade not 50degrees although 50% grade is still 26 degrees according to google which most people would be surprised how steep a 30 degree ski run actually is but not no fall zone on a snowboard type steep
endurogan TEBP's article
Apr 14, 2023 at 16:42
Apr 14, 2023
endurogan pinkbikeoriginals's article
Mar 24, 2023 at 15:18
Mar 24, 2023
Video: Friday Fails #265
That last one he mustve been going warp speed his bike did 5 flips and was still going
Selling
Mar 18, 2023 at 16:52
Mar 18, 2023

Giant reign 1

$2500 CAD
New rear triangle Giant reign 1 bike has been well maintained with alot of parts being replaced last season and hardly ridden Shop says they have a new rear triangle for it so will throw that on in the next week Frame is a crash replacement that i got in 2019 new headset and bb installed last year in it Come with a fresh set of bearing i havent thrown in yet since if you decide to replace the rear triangle it will come with new bearings Fork was rebuilt last year and a new debonair 170mm air cartridge was put in to bump the travel up from the stock 160mm Shock is a Cane Creek DB Coil with 450lb spring 4way adjustment and lock out switch Front wheel is a carbon giant wheel that came stock on it and a nearly brand new Assegai i put on at the end of last season Rear wheel is a spank hub laced to a stans flow rim Dropper post is a one up i put on mid last season Gx 11spd deraileur put on at the end of last season only had a handful of rides on it and new chainring i just put on never ridden Guide rs brakes that came stock with newish rotors and pads replaced mid way last year aswell Cons: Everything feels good and works great but cassette has alot of kms on it so may need replacing in the next season or two and the shock also hasnt been rebuilt for two seasons now so could probably use one still works and feels good though Bike has some scratches but has been very well maintained and feels super smooth Open to offers and can ship at buyers expense

endurogan mikelevy's article
Oct 15, 2022 at 7:49
Oct 15, 2022
Further Reading: Motorola's Secret EV, Saturation Divers, Stone Skipping & More
I would imagine i do fancy their bank accounts though
endurogan sarahmoore's article
Oct 4, 2022 at 11:07
Oct 4, 2022
Must Watch: Brandon Semenuk's Steps to the Top at Red Bull Rampage in 2021
Maybe an environmental thing? Instead of using new materials to make a bag he just recycles old boxes that were destined for the landfill and takes public transit. Or maybe he just finds those things more convenient
endurogan pinkbikeaudience's article
May 10, 2022 at 17:33
May 10, 2022
LAST CHANCE TO APPLY: Pinkbike Academy Season 3 - Launch Your Riding Career with A Pro Contract with Orbea & $30,000
@Curse-of-the-foot-long-sub: i would have agreed a few years ago but recently where im from anyways it seems like women are buying more bikes than men especially since alot of them are just getting into the sport and looking to try every brand/model in existence
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