Fresh and Loamy
Mar 1, 2021 at 11:30Mar 1, 2021
Hey everyone this is my Armada JJ 116 ski setup with a 185cm length. I bought these new, 2 seasons ago and mounted them with Marker Griffon bindings (included). This is a great ski for Northwest conditions, it excels in soft snow and freeride conditions. Since it is wider it can easily handle crud and chop. Super stable ski and perfect for intermediate to expert skiers. Dimensions are 139, 116, 135. Skis are in good condition, there are scuffs on the top sheet and a couple small chips but those are purely cosmetic. The bases are in great condition. The bindings are also great, I have had no problems with them ever. Currently mounted fro a size 26.5 boot but can be re-mounted. Great for active and playful skiing styles.
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Jun 28, 2020 at 10:17Jun 28, 2020
There's a Reason They Don't Let Me Write the Tech Articles - Sunday Comics with Taj Mihelich
Screw Travel gear range, how much horsepower does its have??
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May 14, 2020 at 10:32May 14, 2020
Video: John Richardson's Raw Ripping in a PNW Paradise
@andrewfif: I heard it was actually in SoCal, the rumors of it being in Bellingham have all been fake, best for everyone to head down south.
Added 7 photos to Buysell
Sep 2, 2019 at 18:46Sep 2, 2019
Sep 2, 2019 at 18:45Sep 2, 2019
Older Kona Coiler Dee-Lux. One of the original freeride bikes that pioneered the sport. Ridden hard in its earlier days, hasn’t seen action in 8 or so years. Has a marzocchi bomber fork up front and a fox Vanilla in the rear. Shimano XT brakes and a shimano drivetrain. Sunringle rims and Shwalbe tires. Brakes need to be bleed and drivetrain needs a big servicing along with a small one for the fork. Other than that it’s in nostalgic condition. I’ll take the best offer on the bike or parts!
Sep 2, 2019 at 18:38Sep 2, 2019
Brand new 2020 Raceface pickup pad, won at Crankworx Whistler, never used. Original price is 150, selling for 100 OBO. I will pay for shipping
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Aug 26, 2019 at 9:28Aug 26, 2019
5 Things We Learned at EWS Northstar
@manglermixer: I'll pay for it all singlehandedly to watch those races!
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Aug 23, 2019 at 17:33Aug 23, 2019
Video: Curtis Keene’s New Specialized Enduro
Yeah they could be considered lame brands because they are arguably the largest companies in the bike industry meaning they are easily accessible for all which means beginning mountain bikers are more likely to buy those brands. However the actual lineup for mountain bikes is made for dedicated bikers who are anything but a joey. Both brands balance accessibility for customers with also focusing on the smaller more dedicated branch of customers that have more experience. The new enduro is definitely not for a beginning rider or Joey, they have other bikes for that and they make it clear that its a race bike.
Aug 11, 2019 at 16:18Aug 11, 2019
Update: Brand New 2018 Yari fork has been installed and an Öhlins coil shock might be added. Serviced at Crankworx Whistler by Sram. This bike is an absolute ripper, it hauls up the mountain and blasts down it, the X-Wing suspension layout is very capable and works well with air or coil suspension. I’ve owned this bike since 2017 and it has been ridden a fair amount. Recently I’ve spent quite a bit of money on upgrades so the bike is running very smoothly and has a lot of life left on it. I’m open to offers, feel free to text or message me if you have any questions! Will Include either Mallet E pedals or specialized flat pedals and new grips. Recent Upgrades: The Sram Cassette, SRAM Chain, OneUp Chainring, and cables are all pretty new with about 60 miles on them so the drivetrain is running very fresh. TRP quadiem brakes with 203mm rotors are brand new with 6 rides on them. Great brakes, plenty of modulation. OneUp dropper post V2, with 170mm travel. Installed recently too, just a couple rides on it. Deity Cockpit to match the frame color. Maxxis Assegai front tire. Ridewrap Shuttle Armour too.