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gordanfreman JordanCarr's article
Apr 9, 2014 at 6:41
Apr 9, 2014
Intro to Fatbikes: Don't Knock It 'til Ya Try One
Already been done. Check out the Surly Krampus. 29+ and rides like a trail bike.
gordanfreman JordanCarr's article
Apr 9, 2014 at 6:40
Apr 9, 2014
Intro to Fatbikes: Don't Knock It 'til Ya Try One
Agreed. Surly and Salsa--two companies who have more experience with fatties than any other, not to mention a cheaper point of entry and continue to push the boundaries of what a fat bike can do.
gordanfreman mikelevy's article
Feb 13, 2014 at 2:34
Feb 13, 2014
Opinion: Is it Time to Revolt?
I don't buy it. Sorry my job isn't cushy enough that I can call off whenever I want to go play, if I did I wouldn't have a job that allows me the ability to enjoy myself when I do have free time. This coming from a guy with a job that arguably most of his target audience would love to have... Do people indulge in excesses that may seem unnecessary to some? Of course. No one *needs* a $40k car or 150 channels on their TV, but then no one *needs* a $4000 bicycle either. Could society as a whole do with a little less excess? Of course we could. Everyone has different priorities and that's what makes us all unique. If we all ditched work to go bike/surf/ski or what have you, we'd all be worse off for it sooner or later.
Feb 8, 2014 at 20:42
Feb 8, 2014
gordanfreman mikelevy's article
Feb 7, 2014 at 0:27
Feb 7, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: The Local Bike Shop
Being loyal to my local shop back in the day ended up scoring me the best part time job I've ever had after a couple years as a loyal customer. While I didn't shop exclusively there, all my big purchases were through them. After getting a job there it became my de-facto place to buy all my bikes and bits--at that point the money I saved made it an easy choice to pick the shop brands over other options. That said, a good regular customer often would get some sort of preferential treatment vs. the random one-off customer or the guy who was always in scrounging for a deal, whether it be the extra tweak, bit of advice, or bump in repair queue. Is this the only way to go? No probably not, and every shop is different, but it sure has worked well for me.
Nov 25, 2013 at 5:12
Nov 25, 2013
Nov 5, 2013 at 19:37
Nov 5, 2013
Jul 22, 2013 at 14:30
Jul 22, 2013

Marin Attack Trail 6.9 Medium w/ Upgrades

$1050 USD
2010 Marin Attack Trail 6.9, Size Medium (17.5") Great bike that I finally decided is too small for me and not riding it enough to justify it taking up space in my garage. 150mm rear travel, 160mm up front. Mostly stock with these upgrades: Shimano Saint 9 speed short cage rear der. and matching shifter Continental Mountain King 2.4 UST tires, setup tubeless Thomson X4 70mm Stem Other highlights of the build: Fulcrum Red Zone Wheelset; 20mm front/12mm rear through axles Rock Shox Lyrik Solo Air 160mm fork w/ Mission Control DH damper Truvativ Hammerschmidt AM, works just as advertised! Avid Elixer CR Hydraulic Disc Brakes F&R No pedals included, Shipping extra

Feb 3, 2013 at 13:03
Feb 3, 2013
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