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May 23, 2019 at 19:54
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Guerrilla Gravity The Smash w/ Megatrail Seatstay kit

$3500 USD
For Sale: MY 2018 Guerrilla Gravity The Smash (Medium - which is a large by most other manufacturers) - $3500 plus shipping The bike has been well loved and used though it looks surprisingly good. It's an excellent park bike and all around good time. It has the updated chainstay and includes the Shred Dogg/Megatrail seatstay kit. You can choose your own adventure: the Rockshox Super Deluxe Air or Coil - or get both for an extra $150. Frame: Medium Guerrilla Gravity The Smash Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe (Air or Coil) Fork: MRP Ribbon Coil (150mm) - threaded for Oneup top cap Stem: Chromag Ranger Bars: Enve Carbon (Ergon GE2 grips) Brakes: Hope Tech 3 E4 DriveTrain: SRAM GX 11 speed Cassette: SRAM X01 Cranks: SRAM GX Eagle DUB (165) with OneUp Switch Ring (30t) Rear Wheel: Industry Nine (I9) Hub w/ Nox Farlow Rim Front Wheel: I9 Hub with LightBicycle Rim (30mm ID) Tires: e13 TRSr (F) & e13 LG1 EN SS (R) Seatpost: BikeYoke Revive 165 Saddle: GG Custom (SDG Fly I believe) Extras: Megatrail/Shred Dogg seatstay kit. Geo Here: $3500 USD

May 15, 2019 at 14:33
May 15, 2019

Transition Throttle w/ Extras

$1050 USD
Used 2018/2019 Transition Throttle, Medium For sale. $1050 Shipped (to the lower 48) The frame is lightly used with a few tiny usage marks but otherwise prefect. I had all mountain frame protection on it and the only real scratch is on the drive-side seatstay. I purchased it late November as a replacement for a Large throttle. The medium size turned out to be too small for me though. I'm also including some Anvl (Transition) components to go along with it: Mandrell Alloy bars: 30mm rise, cut to 780 Swage Stem: 40mm Forge Saddle w/ Chromoly rails Tilt Alloy V3 pedals. I could also include a 150mm Fox Transfer dropper for another $100

hangdogr jamessmurthwaite's article
May 13, 2019 at 14:37
May 13, 2019
hangdogr jamessmurthwaite's article
May 13, 2019 at 12:33
May 13, 2019
Video: Kate Courtney Flies Up, Down & Along in Sedona
Still, she descends faster than most PB commenters on their super long, low, slack enduro sleds - after climbing all the rest of the trails faster too. #itsnotthebike
hangdogr danielsapp's article
May 4, 2019 at 14:35
May 4, 2019
First Look: EVOC's New Hip Pack and Frame Bags - Garda Trentino 2019
I just took my grandmother’s girdle and sewed some velcro and pockets on it. Not only does it hide my tools, but gives me that oh-so-sexy XC racer look. Win win win.
hangdogr RichardCunningham's article
Apr 19, 2019 at 8:18
Apr 19, 2019
Mountain Bike Access Issues Flaring Up in San Diego County
They execute the policy of the shareholders
hangdogr RichardCunningham's article
Apr 18, 2019 at 18:23
Apr 18, 2019
Mountain Bike Access Issues Flaring Up in San Diego County
The hypocrisy of ranting about the builders is that nearly everyone rides on some builders illegal or semi-legal trail here - including the author of this article. Worse, the builders do their best to maintain the trails and keep the erosion down, meanwhile (as we get squeezed into smaller and smaller areas) non-builders are building b-lines next to the ride-arounds for the b-lines. For all the trash talking on here about illegal builders, most if not all of the people talking don’t support the local trail organization either. Not with money or time. Not everyone is a bureaucrat, some people just like to get shit done. Why the hate for the people that are supporting your habit and cleaning up your mess, yet no hate for the disorganized “representative organizations” that don’t do anything but concede, and vilify the very small percentage of people who are willing to actually put in a hard days work while everyone else is riding and posting selfies on Instagram?
hangdogr pinkbikeoriginals's article
Apr 17, 2019 at 22:07
Apr 17, 2019
Video: Mike vs Mike: Geometry Battle - Specialized Stumpjumper vs EVO
@islandforlife: I like to go fast too. I just think people get confused because they're being sold an idea. Faster in terms of bike geo is meaningless. Faster what? Faster turning, pedalling, chainging lines, going down, going up etc... what about that means anything in terms of what a person finds fun? It's just a description that's not even provable. A faster bike is a funner bike... See? It doesn't make sense. If going fast is your main thrill, why buy a bike that you can pedal uphill at all? Get a DH rig and shuttle. On the other end of the spectrum, if faster pedalling is your thing, why even buy a mountain bike. Get a gravel bike, or even faster, a TT bike. By choosing to compromise with a bike that can pedal (or descend), you've already proven faster isn't funner all by itself, because you're not having fun if you can't ride your bike as the fastest bikes suck for everything else.
hangdogr pinkbikeoriginals's article
Apr 17, 2019 at 8:08
Apr 17, 2019
Video: Mike vs Mike: Geometry Battle - Specialized Stumpjumper vs EVO
I'm with Levy on this one - and Kazimer even said it - the EVO shines when the jumps get big and the trails get super steep. That's not your average trail nor in the realm of your average rider's ability. I've definately enjoyed the lon-low-slack progression but I don't want DH geo on my trail bike. Faster doesn't mean funner - it just means the ride is over sooner...
hangdogr mattwragg's article
Apr 16, 2019 at 8:07
Apr 16, 2019
Opinion: Carbon and Aluminum Wheels - Does Stiffer Always Mean Better?
@sngltrkmnd: Faster in a straight line, downhill. Faster pedalling than the previous generation of mid and long travel bikes. I guess that good for the customers, especially those new riders who don't know how to ride yet? Safer is arguable. Is it safer to have a newb screaming mach-chicken down a DH course when they don't know how to turn? Regardless, "faster" isn't the only feature of a bike I'm interested in, which is kind of the point.
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