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gregs22 ericolsen's article
Dec 8, 2022 at 17:39
15 hours
What Geometry Numbers Do the Top Enduro Racers Actually Prefer?
@RonSauce: I’m 5’9” and ride a large. It rides and feels great!
gregs22 henryquinney's article
Dec 7, 2022 at 13:41
2 days
First Look: Commencal Release The Race Proven Supreme DH V5
Am I crazy but how does an adjustable “+\- 6mm” chainstay flip chip result in the geometry numbers provided? Based on the geometry chart, it looks like you only have two length options 440 or 442.5? Or is that from the adjustable shock position and then you have additional adjustment of Chainstay/wheel base? So 6 possible combinations?
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Nov 26, 2022

Zipp 30 Course disc tubulars w/ Clement PDX tires

$400 USD
2019 Zipp 30 Course disc aluminum tubulars. New version 177/77 hubs. Includes all the adapters to fit whatever frame (thru axle or qr) but does not include skewers. 6 bolt rotor mounting. Wheels are straight and bearings roll smooth. Some of the graphics are smeared/scuffed. Clement PDX tubular tires. They will need to be re-glued but still have a decent amount of life. No rotors or cassette. $400 + Shipping (BikeFlights)

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Nov 26, 2022 at 20:58
Nov 26, 2022

Trek Boone 5 Disc 54cm

$1800 USD
54cm 2016 Trek Boone 5 disc with extensive upgrades I bought this bike brand new from Trek Boulder and have ridden and raced it frequently since then. Regular amount of wear but excellent mechanical shape. One big spot missing paint on the downtube near the cable ports. The paint stressed and I had the paint removed to check the carbon and it was all good. It's also missing the IsoSpeed cover but that has no impact on function. The bike is being sold without seat or pedals. I'm 5'9" and this bike fits great for everything from road to gravel to full cx racing. Full specs below: Frame: Trek Boone 5 Carbon Fork: Trek Boone ISO Shifters: Shimano RS 508 Handlebars: Zipp Service Course SL 44cm (upgrade) Stem: Zipp Service Course SL 100mm (upgrade) Headset: Cane Creek 40 (upgrade) Cranks: Ultegra 172.5mm 34-46 (upgrade) with Stages power meter (upgrade). Front derailleur: 105 Bottom Bracket: Kogel Cermanic (upgrade) Chain: Ultegra (upgrade) Rear Derailleur: Ultegra (upgrade) Rear pulleys: Kogel (upgrade) Cassette: Ultegra (upgrade) Wheels: Stans Grail tubeless (currently has tubes) (upgrade) TIres: Bontrager CXO Local Pickup Only

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Nov 21, 2022 at 18:20
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gregs22 edspratt's article
Nov 18, 2022 at 6:23
Nov 18, 2022
Henrique Avancini Leaves Cannondale After 8 Years
It would seem they came to a fork in the road, which gave Henrique the right to leave and Cannondale with fewer options left. Also, Headshox
gregs22 GuerrillaGravity's article
Nov 18, 2022 at 5:56
Nov 18, 2022
Guerrilla Gravity Launches V2 Gnarvana Modular Frame Kit
Same amount of parts (left/right) seat stay vs 2 links and basically same price ($495 vs $475). Eventually all GG bikes will use the revvd chainstays (I think?) so you could swap between all their bikes. Plus the GG bikes have the dropouts incorporated into the seatstay so your rear center length changes with the different bikes but rear center length is subjective I suppose. Both companies are doing it right : ) and I wish more had a similar focus on modularity, sustainability and the consumer.
gregs22 samskuatch's article
Nov 14, 2022 at 15:49
Nov 14, 2022
Check Out: 9 Environmentally-Minded MTB Products
@bman33: yep, there are no free lunches. Everything has an impact. Recycling aluminum takes transportation, energy and all sorts of processes to refine it to a useable point.
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