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goldfly diamondbackbikes's article
Mar 14, 2017 at 20:08
Mar 14, 2017
DreamRide II - Photo and Video Epic
There is a lot of great content posted on Pinkbike, but this is the best I have ever seen. I've never seen cinematography like this in a bike video.
goldfly trek's article
Mar 1, 2017 at 18:09
Mar 1, 2017
More Than a Sport - Video
Excellent video with an excellent message! Also really surprised at how articulate these high schoolers are.
Selling
Nov 29, 2016 at 12:29
Nov 29, 2016

RaceFace BB92 Press Fit X-Type Bottom Bracket Adapter

$30 USD
Brand new RaceFace Press Fit BB92 X-Type Bottom Bracket Adapter, 41mm, 24mm spindle. Got two, only needed one so this one was never taken out of the packaging. Allows use of all Race Face, Shimano and select FSA ∅24mm spindle cranksets (MTN or ROAD) in ∅41mm Press-Fit (Shimano Type) BB Shell Frames). Lighter than traditional thread-in type bottom brackets. Precision CNC machined and anodized aluminum alloy cups More accurate, durable and stable press-fit interfaces than the competitors' molded plastic parts. Serviceable bearing design. More info: https://www.raceface.com/products/details/bb92-x-type-adapter $30 shipped within US.

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Nov 29, 2016 at 12:11
Nov 29, 2016

Park Tool BBT-9 Bottom Bracket Tool

$15 USD
Never used Park Tool BBT-9 bottom bracket tool. I bought the wrong tool and never bothered to return it. Never been used, same as new only out of the bag. The BBT-9 works with many external bearing crankset bottom brackets, including: Shimano® Hollowtech II® Campagnolo® Ultra-Torque™ and Power Torque™ Race Face® FSA® SRAM® Truvativ® Chris King® Phil Wood® outboard bearing Hawk Racing Token® Fulcrum® The BBT-9 also fits rotor disc lockrings which use 16 external notches.ttom brackets, including: Race Face, FSA, SRAM, Truvativ, Chris King $15 shipped within the US.

goldfly GiromagnyEnduroTeam's article
Nov 15, 2016 at 18:14
Nov 15, 2016
The Wild Ride West: Dream Adventures in the Pacific West Coast - Video
Take note Anthill Films, this is how you make a fun, enjoyable video that doesn't consist of the same slopestyle stuff over and over again.
goldfly HI-Adventures's article
Oct 22, 2016 at 20:58
Oct 22, 2016
Into the Labyrinth: A Mountain Biking Expedition in the Fjords of Norway
Any chance at some higher res images? These are just begging to be used as desktop backgrounds.
goldfly anthill's article
Oct 21, 2016 at 18:22
Oct 21, 2016
Not2Bad Free Online Premiere - Thanks for Tuning In
I'm sure I'll get railed for this, but I am also glad I didn't pay for this. When it first came out I was heavily considering buying it, but now I'm glad that I didn't. The only bit I really enjoyed was the one that was previously shown free anyway.
goldfly infinitetrails's video
Oct 21, 2016 at 18:20
Oct 21, 2016
video
Love this video and I still rewatch it once or twice a week. If I had any critique I'd say it could definitely do without the tilt-shifty effects. Tilt-shift and open landscapes don't really mesh. It's only really meant for imitating background blur or creating the "tiny-town" look.

goldfly GoPro's article
Aug 4, 2016 at 10:38
Aug 4, 2016
GoPro of the World: Best Line Contest - July Judging Open
It seems like very few of these really involve quickly choosing a good (and exciting) line, which I thought was the goal of the contest. That being said, I think "Home Trail" does the best job of capturing the spirit of the contest.
Selling
Jul 1, 2016 at 18:56
Jul 1, 2016

Scott Aspect 20

$500 USD
Well loved 2010 Scott Aspect 20 bike. This model was the last year that Scott used good components on the Aspect. Fantastic bike and it served me well, but I decided to change to a 29er. The front derailleur and shifter are removed, but I'll include them with the bike. Most people are converting to 1x setups anyway so there's no point of putting it all back on just to have you take it off again. Note that the first picture is a few months old so it shows the derailleur still installed and different grips than are on it now. The Good: Rides great. Never had any major issues with it and it has always been able to handle anything I've wanted to ride. Upgraded bars to Sunline Vone OS ~750mm (can include stock ones if you'd like those instead). Jagwire shift cables upgraded and included. Pedals are not pictured but I'll throw in the stock pedals, although they're pretty beat up. The Bad: There are some scrapes and dings but no dents. I tried to take pictures of all of the visible damage I could see. Rear wheel is rideable but definitely needs to be trued. Preload cap on the shock appears to be stuck, but then again I've never really tried to mess with it. Seat also has a small tear in it near the tip. Asking $500 OBO + shipping. Frame and Fork Frame Tubing Material: Double-butted 6061-aluminum Fork: RockShox Dart 100mm travel Wheels and Tires Hubs: Front: Scott Comp; Rear: Shimano Tires: Schwalbe Rocket Ron, 26 x 2.1 Spoke Brand: 15-gauge stainless-steel Components Brakeset: Shimano Hydraulic Disc Shift Levers: Shimano Deore Pedals: Wellgo platform Rear Cogs: Shimano, 9-speed: 11-32 Saddle: Scott Aspect Handlebar: Scott Aspect OS Handlebar Stem: Scott Comp OS Factory Description Scott's Aspect 20 is a go-anywhere, do-anything hardtail. Whether you're riding singletrack or cruising around town, this inspired steed goes fast and handles great thanks to the light, double-butted aluminum frame. Up front, a RockShox Dart fork boasts 100mm of travel and a lockout for smooth trails and roads. Plus, it features a sweet mix of components, too, like the sure-shifting Shimano Deore/SLX drivetrain, powerful Shimano disc brakes and all-terrain Schwalbe tires.

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