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Feb 20, 2024 at 21:00
Feb 20, 2024
Rachel Pageau is OnlyFans' Latest Sponsored Mountain Biker
You win the internet for today, well played.
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Nov 28, 2023 at 10:33
Nov 28, 2023
OneUp Components Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary by Announcing Refund for First 42T Customers
"90% of the benefit ... at 10% of the cost." is a philosophy everyone in the industry should start taking seriously
Aug 17, 2023 at 19:26
Aug 17, 2023

Norco Shore Park

$3000 CAD
Well taken care of Norco Shore Park edition size Large for sale. RideWrapped from day 1. Bike has seen key upgrades including Code RSC brakes and Boxxer upgraded damper during a recent service Also, rare model with a Shimano Zee DH drivetrain opposed to the GX most models come with. Minor scratches are all from a tight storage situation, and are only cosmetic. Service notes: needs new grips, rear wheel could use a pro truing. Suspension was serviced about 7 rides ago. Spec: Frame - Aluminum Park, 190mm Travel, UDH, Hangerless Interface Compatible, Ride Aligned™ Fork - RockShox BoXXer Select RC, Charger, 200mm Travel, 46mm Offset - UPGRADED TO RC2 DAMPER Shock - RockShox Super Deluxe Coil Ultimate DH, Custom Tune 500lb/in (L) Drivetrain - Shimano Zee 7-speed Cranks - RaceFace Chester Brakes - Sram Code RSC Metallic pads, 200mm rotors front and back Bar - Norco 6061, 800mm, 25mm Rise Stem - Race Face Chester DM, 50mm Length, 35mm Clamp Grips - DMR DeathGrip A20, Thick Rims - e*thirteen LG1 DH 27.5 Tires - Maxxis Assegai 2.5", 3C Maxx Grip/DD/TR - TUBELESS CURRENTLY Cushcore in the rear wheel Bottle cage not included.

epoit mattbeer's article
Aug 8, 2023 at 20:12
Aug 8, 2023
The Inside Scoop on Norco's Prototype Downhill Bike
These guys would know, one of them was an F1 engineer...
epoit edspratt's article
Aug 6, 2023 at 12:26
Aug 6, 2023
Finals Photo Epic: Fort William DH World Champs 2023
Great work by Andy, Ross, Nathan and Cam! Those guys put in a ton of work to make these happen.
epoit Mandownmedia's article
Aug 3, 2023 at 18:46
Aug 3, 2023
Tech Randoms - Fort William DH World Champs 2023
Yes, the trade teams generally cover the travel, mechanics, accommodation etc for their riders. It's basically a normal World Cup with 2 changes, being 1. the selection for who goes and 2. the kit they wear on race day. Im not saying it makes sense. Thats just what it is.
epoit christiefitz's article
Jul 31, 2023 at 8:01
Jul 31, 2023
Final Results: Canadian Open Enduro Race - Crankworx Whistler 2023
They need a trophy and payout for "Fastest Guy With a Job"!
epoit remymetailler's article
Jul 20, 2023 at 14:15
Jul 20, 2023
Video: Riding Crankworx Whistler's World Cup Worthy DH Track '1199' With Remy Metailler
@gramboh: I would assume they would pit on the timing flats as you say. The finish line is literally right there so from a race logistics standpoint it makes complete sense. They could run shuttle busses up the road for spectators from Creekside, but there arent any bathrooms, water taps, etc. so that could be a potential item to build into a bigger DH event footprint. I am sure the people making this happen are smarter than me and already have thought this through in making the decisions they have before the Canadian Open this weekend.
epoit remymetailler's article
Jul 20, 2023 at 14:02
Jul 20, 2023
Video: Riding Crankworx Whistler's World Cup Worthy DH Track '1199' With Remy Metailler
I accidentally added my "lot holding the weight" thought on bullet 2 instead of 3... thats clearly enough thinking for me today!
epoit remymetailler's article
Jul 20, 2023 at 13:47
Jul 20, 2023
Video: Riding Crankworx Whistler's World Cup Worthy DH Track '1199' With Remy Metailler
A lot of World Cup talk on this track... some things to consider: 1. There should still be fibre optic cables buried somewhere near this track, as they would have been put in for the Olympic ski racing that went down the run this track is on/next to. So in theory cameras should have no problem covering top to bottom runs. 2. Could be a pain to watch in person, as the end is up the hill and it's not an insignificant distance from the Creekside Village. There is no parking up there, but there is space for some pits. Would the lot on top of the underground parking be able to accommodate the weight? 3. If they were to extend it all the way down to the bottom, there isnt really room for pits anywhere unless they run them inside the under ground parking, which poses issues for most team trucks for clearance. 4. Remember Crankworx Les Gets? They did not get World Cup stops when they would host Crankworx, and the year they dropped the other event, got World Cups back. Coincidence? Conspiracy? Take your pick, but Crankworx was started in Whistler and isnt leaving anytime soon. So in other words, who knows?
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