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2016 Banshee Spitfire Medium Industry rep who upgrades every few years. If you're not familiar with the Spitfire, please read Pinkbike's review here: https://www.pinkbike.com/news/banshee-spitfire-review-2016.html You're getting the following upgrades with this bike: * Mercury X1 Carbon Wheels * Absolute Black Oval Chainring * Cane Creek DBCS XV rear shock (lots of adjustability) * 800mm Raceface Atlas 20mm rise 35mm bars * Tires: Minion DHF front and Minion SS rear * Sram Guide R Brakes. Will sell with the TRP G-Spec Quadiem's for an extra $150 * Raceface Aeffect Saddle If you are trail-DHer and want something to send with a lot of customization, consider the Banshee Spitfire. I just so happen to be selling one, but consider giving Banshee your business regardless. This has been my favorite bike to own. You can basically do whatever you want to this bike. Banshee is known for making super-tough, playful bikes and were ahead of the curve on long and slack geo.
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Aug 20, 2018 at 17:15Aug 20, 2018
Kali Protectives Launches New Maya & Alpine Helmets
I had the nastiest crash I've ever experienced while wearing a Maya. The damage sustained to the helmet was impressive with clear compressions and plastic deformations. My other helmets cracked without any significant deformation on lesser crashes. The Maya did it's job, and while the crash messed me up, I'm positive I'm alive because of it. Purely anecdotal, I know, but the way the helmet deformed was space age. On top of that, Kali replaced it with no charge. Great gear, great CS, and now they have a helmet is green so i have no choice but to buy another ;)
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Mar 8, 2017 at 8:28Mar 8, 2017
Catalocos: Erik Irmisch Visits Lacondeguy in Barcelona - Video
Yea...this video is...meh The riding is very subpar for the content we are exposed to these days. I would have rather watched the gang's antics then the riding lol But I still like watching this stuff...better than working, err, I mean...doing nothing
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Feb 24, 2017 at 8:15Feb 24, 2017
Trickstuff Direttissima Brakes - Review
That logo looks like it belongs to some kind of family fun center. Then again I am very shallow so... The product, however, is gorgeous, and as someone who has done work with engineers in Freiburg, the culture of quality is awesome. i would trust this product just based off of my regional experience.
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Feb 15, 2017 at 9:42Feb 15, 2017
New Rocky Mountain Enduro Series Brings Fresh Racing to CO, NM and UT
The Whole Enchilada is brutal-I can't wait!
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Sep 25, 2016 at 13:12Sep 25, 2016
Exploring The Queendom: Part One - Video and Photos
"He can't say that! Can he?
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Sep 7, 2016 at 21:15Sep 7, 2016
Table for Four - Opinion
Peat, Pantani, Vanderham, Batty
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Aug 25, 2016 at 15:28Aug 25, 2016
Dear Bike Industry - Opinion
I feel like the bike industry has paid it's dues and is now becoming a common past time in many regions of the world. The industry is maturing and working out the kinks of its tapering boom market. The only way to maintain market share is through obsolescence. It's the only way it can sustain it's growth. The emergence of direct to consumer sales models is seriously changing the game, so staple brands have to now value proof themselves with bigger and greater innovations. The problem is, there hasn't been any, save for OEM components. These companies have to market the ever-living shit of their subtle design changes, which cost money, which raises prices, which forces more subtle changes to stay competitive. But the market never lies. People are obvious buying this stuff the above model is obviously working. The issue will be some years down the road if the aftermarket isn't big enough to support the fragmented obsolescence model. It's the PC market all over again. 400 brands making computers reduced to less than a handful over a decade. The market simply will never be big enough to support so much change. Bike brands: Band together and create your own standards like other commodity industries and then focus your business models on providing your consumer the best value. Consumers: focus on value not on latest tech if you want to this change.
ghettoflash pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 8, 2016 at 8:03Jul 8, 2016
Radon Bikes UCI World Cup Downhill Lenzerheide Fantasy Contest
Men: 1st Aaron Gwin 2nd Troy Brosnan 3rd Connor Fearon Women 1st Rachel Atherton 2nd Tahnée Seagrave 3rd Manon Carpenter