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eurojuice pinkbikeaudience's article
May 16, 2018 at 6:21
May 16, 2018
Video: Remy Morton Rides a BMX in Queenstown Bike Park
First: cute shorts. Second: The dude just recovered from a major injury, one that would see many never ride again let alone walk or function normally. So all this nonsense about the smoothness of bike parks and what about this guy or that guy is completely missing the point...which I am taking to be that this guy is back!
eurojuice ibiscycles's article
May 1, 2018 at 8:11
May 1, 2018
Brian Lopes To Manage Ibis' Enduro Domestic Race Team
@stacykohut: Because it originated at...Sadlands yo! That spot was epic looking back on it. Lots of early grabbing going on back then.
eurojuice ibiscycles's article
Apr 30, 2018 at 9:56
Apr 30, 2018
Brian Lopes To Manage Ibis' Enduro Domestic Race Team
Essence looks like she is doing a sweet sad plant...if anyone remembers what that is.
eurojuice whitenosugar's article
Apr 27, 2018 at 10:21
Apr 27, 2018
Keeping It In Perspective - Video
He is sponsored by MucOff so I'm guessing it is their equivalent to a Pedro's Bike Lust, but in an aerosol form. Keeps the bike looking showroom fresh. Gotta keep the bikes flossed so they turn heads...which makes sponsors happy. Funny to me how many people don't keep their bikes immaculate. Also helps with resale to have two year old bike that looks like new.
eurojuice EnduroWorldSeries's article
Apr 3, 2018 at 14:58
Apr 3, 2018
Official Highlights Video: EWS Colombia
Geez. It's not sexist. Look at the size of the field in each category. Quite different. Points is an abstraction used to score riders within their category. A bigger category requires more points to make a proper spread. Yes they could just make it equal in total and alter proportions by place. Anyway you're barking up the wrong tree.
Added 4 photos to Hightower
Apr 2, 2018 at 13:52
Apr 2, 2018
Added 4 photos to Hightower
Apr 2, 2018 at 13:36
Apr 2, 2018
Apr 2, 2018 at 13:33
Apr 2, 2018

XL Santa Cruz Hightower CC

$2200 USD
Thank you for viewing my ad. I am selling my XL Hightower CC purchased late last year. It has been well taken care of and will not disappoint you if you decide to make the purchase. As you are likely aware, the Hightower is an extremely versatile and capable trail bike. It is an efficient climber, but is also very poised on the descents. I borrowed one last year for a 50 mile charity ride and I was so impressed that I bought a complete custom build a few months later. It was a great bike to have on that long ride because I could keep up with the XC guys on the climbs, but also have fun on all of the downhill sections. With the Fox X2 the handling is much more robust, especially through the rough stuff. It is also handles really well when it comes to jumping, cornering, and manuals. Being very tall at 6'4", this bike also offers the kind of fit I was looking for. Finally, it just looks awesome when it's all built up thanks to Santa Cruz's fit and finish. I am selling it now, however, to get something with more travel as my normal riding habits are a bit more on the extreme end of what I would want to engage with a 135mm trail bike. With that, I would say the ideal buyer is a rider between 6'1" and 6'5" looking for a bike suited to trail riding (healthy amounts of climbing to go with the descending). Will ship to anywhere in the continental US at buyer's expense. Specifications: XL 2017 Santa Cruz Hightower CC Matte black with orange / mint trim 29 or 27.5+ wheel size (with flip chip) Boost rear wheel spacing 135mm VPP rear travel Upgraded shock: Fox X2 air Includes original shock: RockShox Monarch Frame is in very good condition - some signs of wear (see pics) All Mountain Style honeycomb frame guards applied on downtube and rear stays Includes Santa Cruz seat collar

eurojuice pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 28, 2018 at 22:15
Mar 28, 2018
8 Minutes of Carnage from the Crankworx Rotorua Downhill Course - Video
Same here. I was literally LOL for 8 minutes. I do think it's kind of lame to heckle if you're not a competitor, almost like you get that right because you're subject to it too. Speaking for myself, though, I cannot hear anything discernible in a race, just noise. I have seen some people get phased by it, but I would argue they lack focus and need to figure it out. In any case, heckling is a lot of fun. It's even better with beers.
eurojuice pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 28, 2018 at 22:09
Mar 28, 2018
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