hrsjqb1 KNOLLYBIKES's article
Aug 13, 2019 at 6:38Aug 13, 2019
Knolly Launches New Wardens and Delirium
@Grosey: everyone thought the Millennium Falcon was an ugly "piece of junk", but she was the fastest ship in the galaxy ;). Personally, I think both the Millennium Falcon and these bikes are pretty stinkin' rad looking.
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Jun 17, 2019 at 14:23Jun 17, 2019
This is a great bike, in great shape. I could not resist the Batmobile styling of this bike and went with it on the color and sticker scheme. The bike rides very nimbly while still being stable as a bulldozer in the rough stuff. I'm only selling it because I need to thin the herd. Text for quickest response DISCLOSURES: This is a six year old downhill bike that is in very impressive shape given that, but it does have some things about which one should be aware when purchasing. The comparative price of this bike to others on this site reflect these "shortcomings". None of these render the bike unusable, I'm just trying to be as honestly transparent as possible. 1. The shot of the shock shows the infamous "paint chip" that these frames develop. The paint/clear coat cracks slightly near the Flip-chip linkages. Evil has confirmed that it is a superficial blemish with no impact on the integrity of the frame. You can read about it ad nauseam here (https://www.pinkbike.com/forum/listcomments/?threadid=143371&pagenum=1) and on other discussion boards around the interwebs. 2. There is a small crack in the top of the chain guide from being over tightened, but it is still fully functional 3. The brakes are due for a bleed, but are still fully functional 4. The spherical bearings in the "dog bone" links could stand to be replaced. They can be gotten from here (https://www.enduroforkseals.com/products/berings-individual/specialty-bearings/full-comp/DR1017-2RS-MAX.html). The bike still rides like a dream, but should be done to reduce play in those links. All other bearings were greased and checked at the end of last year and have only two days of riding on them. PARTS: Frame: Medium Evil Undead 205mm travel Shock: Fox DHX RC4 - high and low speed compression, low speed rebound, and bottom out adjustments – 400x3.0 spring installed Fork: Fox 40 Coil spring FIT damper Kashima coated stanchions– Blue spring installed (40 lb/in for riders between 150-180 lbs.) Wheels: Easton Havoc DH 28mm internal width Front: 20x110mm; Rear: 12x150mm Tires: Front: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.70 3C DH Specific; Rear: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.50 Maxx Grip DH Casing – One day of riding on both. Brakes: Formula The One 203mm rotors front and rear Cranks: 170mm Race Face SixC Carbon with integrated 104 BCD spider Chainring: 37 tooth e-thirteen Guide Ring Chain guide: e-thirteen LG1+ (Gen 1) guide and bash guard Rear Derailleur: 10 speed Shimano Saint M820 Shift Lever: 10 speed Shimano XT M780 Cassette: 11-28 tooth 10 speed Shimano DuraAce Chain: 10 speed KMC XXSP10 Headset: Evil proprietary angle set Grips: Race Face Half Nelson – One day of riding Handlebars: 31.8x760mm Kona Stem: Point One direct mount Seatpost: Something black and metal Saddle: Selle Italia Trans Am Pedals: Race Face Chester – One day of riding FRAME DETAILS: Integrated fork bumper and cable guide IS brake mounts Removable ISCG05 tab Integrated headset (no headset tools here, just drop the bearings in and go!) Internal headset adjustment via eccentric cups Integrated removable carbon fender Integrated removable Downtube protector Integrated removable Downtube shuttle guard Rubber chainstay protector GEOMETRY: The Undead’s geometry is adjustable at two points on the frame with two choices for each. The headset can be set to “Steep” or “Slack” The “Flip Chips” (at the shock linkage) can be set to “Low” or “High” This yields four possible geometry results Steep/High HEAD ANGLE: 64.5 BOTTOM BRACKET HEIGHT: 14.1 (358.5mm) WHEEL BASE: 45.71 (1161.2mm) Steep/Low HEAD ANGLE: 64.0 BOTTOM BRACKET HEIGHT: 13.83 (351.5mm) WHEEL BASE: 45.81 (1163.7mm) Slack/High HEAD ANGLE: 63.5 BOTTOM BRACKET HEIGHT: 13.9 (355.2mm) WHEEL BASE: 46.31 (1176.3mm) Slack/Low HEAD ANGLE: 62.9 BOTTOM BRACKET HEIGHT: 13.7 (348.2mm) WHEEL BASE: 46.40 (1178.7mm) Constant measurements for size Medium: REACH: 15.07” (383mm) STACK: 23.62” (600mm) FRONT CENTER: 28.49" (723.72mm) TOP TUBE: 23.42" (595mm) CHAIN STAY: 17.2" (438mm) - 17.3" (440mm) SEAT ANGLE: 63.5 - 62.9 HEAD TUBE LENGTH: 4.9” (125mm)
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May 6, 2019 at 14:38May 6, 2019
Extremely clean carbon Intense Tracer 275 (T275c). Black and grey color scheme. First full price offer gets free shipping in the Continental United States. Parts list is as follows: Frame: Small black and grey Intense Tracer T275 Carbon Shock: Cane Creek Double Barrel Inline air Fork: 160mm Fox 36 FIT2 - boost spacing Stem: 40mm length 35mm clamp diameter Easton Haven Headset: Cane Creek 40 Handlebar: 760mmx35mm carbon Chromag BZA Grips: Black with silver clamps Lizard Skins Peaty Shifter - Rear: 11 speed SRAM XX1 Brakes: Shimano Saint Seatpost: 125mm KS Lev Integra with Southpaw lever Saddle: WTB Volt Cranks: 170mm SRAM GX-1000 Bottom Bracket BB30 SRAM Press Fit Chainring: 32t SRAM XX1 X-Sync Chain: SRAM PC-1170 Cassette: 10-44 tooth SRAM X0 11 speed (One up components 44 tooth cog upgrade) Chain Guide MRP AMG (includes taco bash guard) Derailleur - Rear: 11 speed SRAM XX1 Wheels Spokes: Black Industry Nine Machined Aluminum Rim- Front: 26 mm internal width Industry Nine Enduro Hub - Front: 15x110 Black Industry Nine Torch Series Tires - Front: 2.50 Maxxis DHF EXO Brake Rotor - Fornt: 203mm Shimano 6 bolt Rim - Rear: 26 mm internal width Industry Nine Enduro Hub - Rear: 12x142 Black, Industry Nine Torch Series (120points of engagement = 3 degree engagement) Tires - Rear: 2.4 Maxxis Aggressor EXO Brake Rotor - Rear: 180mm Shimano 6 bolt
hrsjqb1 kabelleira's article
Mar 10, 2019 at 21:03Mar 10, 2019
Round Up: EWS Carrying Solutions From the NZ Enduro
20+ liter backpack with water tools, spares, jacket, food, whiskey. Plus I have space to pack out the crap I find on the side of the trail these assholes left behind because their pocketless shorts and swat boxes are apparently no good for holding empty wrappers or spent CO2 cartridges. Screw taping shit to my bike or jabbing it in some hole in the frame. Why is this better? Because I get to beg other riders for stuff I was unwilling to carry myself? Because I get to fill the new frame I bought that is 100 grams lighter than last year's with gummy bears and...my jacket? Some trends are stupid. I think this is one of them. Racing is one thing. The other 95% of riding should not be constrained by such foolishness. Ima go refill my flask for tomorrow's ride now.
Nov 7, 2018 at 12:45Nov 7, 2018
This brakeset is in very good condition with approximately 50% pad life remaining. These are fully functional, and ready to go. I just prefer Hope brakes so these are up for sale. Front Caliper: Saint BR820 Lever: Saint BL820 Hose length: 670mm Rear Caliper: Zee BR640 Lever: Zee BL640 Hose length: 1430mm Text for fastest response.
hrsjqb1 RichardCunningham's article
Jan 13, 2018 at 7:54Jan 13, 2018
Ridden and Rated - Six Takes on the Multi-Tool
I completely agree. The line up they've got going is top notch. Chain breaker, tire levers, torque limiters, all the bits you want, and the flexibility to generate enough torque to break almost anything loose. I ordered their new shooting and hunting kit purely for the bracket, which holds 18 bits in a very compact fashion. I wish they sold it on its own, but I got another set of sticks out of the deal so...cool.