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Jul 11, 2024 at 21:54
Jul 11, 2024
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Jul 11, 2024 at 21:52
Jul 11, 2024

Pirelli Cinturato Gravel 650b x 45 (pair)

$35 CAD
Pair of Pirelli Cinturato Gravel tires in 650 x 45. Never punctured, and never run tubeless so the carcass is clean. I'd estimate 50% left. $40 for the pair, cheap set of spares or cheap try at a new tire. Delivery possible depending on the scenario.

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Jul 11, 2024 at 21:44
Jul 11, 2024

Bike box for full-suspension or smaller (FREE)

$1 CAD
MTB sized bike box for anyone travelling. My full-suspension, 27.5 MTB made it from Europe no issues. Some extra bubble wrap, spacers and wheel covers included. *Pick up only. Exact address will be provided if you're coming to get it. *Can't put zero in the Asking Price, but yeah, it's free.

iammarkstewart dariodigiulio's article
Jun 23, 2024 at 4:52
Jun 23, 2024
Pinkbike Poll: Are XC Courses Getting Too Gnarly?
@R-M-R: Agreed. I've said ad nauseum that I'm not race fan or expert (I've misspoken several times on the topic, and may here again), but I think if you're referring to "road" downhill Pidcock is one of the top, or the top, descender these days. I think that ability to focus no matter which discipline you "switch" to is very transferable. And full send road downhill with nothing but a helmet is respect worthy. Especially here in Europe where issues on one side of the road usually equal some sort of near-death excursion. Besides, even though I think of myself as a mountain biker, I've been on the trainer and road bike a lot more the last year. And watching a couple of races and highlights, roadies get points for not worrying about 1000+ pounds of bike and rider getting ready to pile on them if just one rider miscalculates while doing 50-60kph (or more) while in the peloton. I don't know if Schurter has tried road, but had he been adopted by a road team a few years ago to build a portfolio he could have been a beast out there (so says this non-race expert). He probably could still be helpful to a team on a grand tour.
iammarkstewart dariodigiulio's article
Jun 23, 2024 at 4:42
Jun 23, 2024
Pinkbike Poll: Are XC Courses Getting Too Gnarly?
@JSTootell: Hey now...I'm right here...I can read your comments. And it's 22 hours, thank you (all the gains are after the 20 hours). I'm equally hawt on road, gravel and enduro bikes. ;-)
iammarkstewart brianpark's article
May 10, 2024 at 1:40
May 10, 2024
Throwback Thursday: The True Story of Brodie Bikes
@pink505: Indeed. My first "real" mountain bike was a paper-route-funded '89 Rocky Mountain Fusion. Rigid, u-brake, and the seafoam green/white colourway. Rode it on trails, rode it to school, and even rode a sanctioned (very short) time trial on it with some Fatboys installed when the local club was looking for high-schooler talent. I wasn't it, but I always thought you could ride a "mountain bike" anywhere...and a road bike you couldn't. I think I finished dead last in the TT, but I got there. No roadie was riding some of the trails we rode. The days of Tomac, Overend et al and how they rode all the events on the same bike was amazing. I don't miss toe clips. Or cantilevers. But I'd still ride them, haha. Even the Biopace...
iammarkstewart nkrohan's article
Apr 22, 2024 at 2:47
Apr 22, 2024
What's New for the Kids at Sea Otter 2024
Kids must be progressing. I don't see anyone selling a narrow, 2-foot, 45 degree plank set on someone's front lawn aimed at a a flat, asphalt street landing zone with maybe a sufficient run up if it didn't start slightly uphill from someone's backyard and force a traverse through a dodgy gate opening that would amputate your fingers if you were off a tad.
iammarkstewart mikekazimer's article
Apr 21, 2024 at 3:53
Apr 21, 2024
Even More Randoms - Sea Otter 2024
I'm just slightly bummed that the Eaglebear isn't featuring the Mike Bear rubber. Just thought it would be fun to throw some personalized MOA Animal Kingdom at it.
iammarkstewart dariodigiulio's article
Apr 16, 2024 at 7:36
Apr 16, 2024
First Ride: The Sub-$600 RockShox Domain and Psylo Forks
Subtext: "These low-cost alternatives to the Lyrik and Zeb might just be worth a second look." At almost every point in my riding "career" low cost alternatives were always worth the first look. Stupid road bike is an exception. I have neither the money nor the skills, to explain myself to a man who rides and tests under the blanket of the very journalistic duty his employer provides, and questions the manner in which I spend either of said money or skills. (Edited movie quote prompted by some unsolicited strong feelings about lower tier component value. Sorry-ish.)
iammarkstewart mattbeer's article
Apr 8, 2024 at 0:21
Apr 8, 2024
Pinkbike Poll: Center Lock or 6-Bolt Brake Rotor Mounting?
@barp: It's still a slightly flawed comparison. Even if you're carrying a Park BBT-type tool for the lockring without an extension (because you think you can hand tighten the lockring enough), that tool by itself is more awkward to pack than an entire multitool with a 5mm hex or T25. And you're still only carrying the BBT tool for the lockring, because no one is fixing their bb trailside. As I mentioned elsewhere, I don't mind either standard but the fastener types leave a bit to be desired. I've also never had a CL lockring come loose after proper install.
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