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Dec 30, 2021 at 5:35
Dec 30, 2021

Santa Cruz Chameleon

$400 GBP
Approx 2010 vintage (v4) Size XL (with short stem, fits like a Large) Cute little 26” wheels Set up singlespeed. Everything works just fine. Numerous scrapes and paint damage from a life well lived. Fork and dropper would benefit from a service. Always kept well maintained despite the cosmetic condition! Fox TALAS 90-130mm fork Carbon 3T bar 50mm Thomson stem Reverb dropper post XT cranks XT hubs SLX brakes with 200/180mm rotors Schwalbe Nobby Nic & Fat Albert in good nick, set up tubeless Pedals not included. Collection only from North Berwick.

interestingusername CutMedia's article
Dec 3, 2020 at 23:09
Dec 3, 2020
Video: Rab Wardell Attempts a Record Time on Scotland's 153km West Highland Way
I've done it in 2 - makes for a good paced ride with pub grub dinner in the middle, still with reasonably sized days. Stayed over in Tyndrum and used one of the many bag-drop services so we could ride light. Took a pair of running shoes stuffed in camelbak for the walk/scramble above Inversnaid. Some REALLY excellent sections of trail, worth doing in their own right if you can't face the full 95mi!
interestingusername nkrohan's article
Nov 28, 2020 at 0:10
Nov 28, 2020
10 Kits for Plus Size Mountain Bikers - Men’s Edition
Tall (6ft2, 34in leg) thin (32in waist) person here. Just got me some Endura MT500 Spray pants and they're excellent. Size M. Decent leg length.
interestingusername GTBicycles's article
Nov 24, 2020 at 3:35
Nov 24, 2020
Video: Chris Akrigg Goes Full Boost Mode on an eMTB
Chris Akrigg - what a legend. Great edit, so intense from beginning to end! Is that steel plate under the BB standard-issue, or a special defence against E-krigg?!
interestingusername mikelevy's article
Nov 23, 2020 at 7:51
Nov 23, 2020
Welcome to the 2021 Field Test: Trail & Enduro Bikes
Had to check we have all these in the database... we do :) ...and one TBA
interestingusername jamessmurthwaite's article
Nov 2, 2020 at 13:02
Nov 2, 2020
Update: Atherton Bikes Seeking Around £600,000 in Crowd Funding Investment
Crowdfunding can work well for consumer-facing companies as it's essentially marketing, and once you have a few hundred (or thousand) investors, that's good word-of-mouth. It can be a very cheap (in terms of % of ownership given away) form of growth finance. Crowdfunding a B2B business is a red flag for me, but here it could be a good move. It wouldn't surprise me if making bikes from 3D-printed lugs, carbon tubes and adhesives is really hard. Once they have it nailed, that's a strong competitive advantage. Yes, they could have been more actively selling but... what if they sold more than they can deliver and piss people off? Or what if it's not quite ready for volume production yet? A serious failure in the field, under a paying customer, could kill the business. More transparency would be good, because a vacuum of information causes speculation. However, this type of finance is regulated to high heaven in the UK, so they will have chosen their words on the website very carefully. They need to spend the money on what they've said they will - selling and manufacturing capacity. Note Atherton Bikes is not predicting a 6.1% CAGR on investments, they're saying the cycling market is growing at 6.1% CAGR. No prediction is made for a return on investment, either as capital growth or dividends. I wish them all the best... I may even buy a few shares.
interestingusername mikelevy's article
Oct 13, 2020 at 12:05
Oct 13, 2020
First Look: Specialized's New Carbon Stumpjumper Ditches the Horst Link
For a little help getting your head around the geometry...
interestingusername EskerCycles's article
Sep 25, 2020 at 1:23
Sep 25, 2020
Esker Cycles Releases Rowl Full Suspension 29er
Good man, thx ;) Also now in the database...
interestingusername mikekazimer's article
Aug 18, 2020 at 22:36
Aug 18, 2020
Ask Pinkbike: Fixing Rattling Brake Pads, Best Backcountry Bike, & Are Shock Lockouts Necessary?
I put an o-ring around the fins on each pad, so there’s effectively a wee rubber bumper at the front and back edge. Silent.
interestingusername mikekazimer's article
Jul 8, 2020 at 14:01
Jul 8, 2020
First Ride: 2021 Evil Wreckoning
Geometry is in the database for comparison purposes...
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