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jamiehayes74 edspratt's article
Aug 27, 2020 at 22:45
Aug 27, 2020
Video: Marco Osborne Smashes Rocks on Rugged Californian Backcountry Trails
Actually agree with you here. Especially the zones between Lakes Basin and Downieville where you're pedaling 3-4k just to access the bottom of the trail, let alone pedaling up the trail itself. Only time I've ever considered E.
Aug 24, 2020 at 14:45
Aug 24, 2020
quotes Beat the smoke!
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jamiehayes74 sixsixone's article
Aug 3, 2020 at 9:36
Aug 3, 2020
SixSixOne Breaks into the Eyewear Market with Affordable Radia Goggle
@sixsixone: still getting the same message on the US site no matter how I try to access it, FYI
jamiehayes74 mikekazimer's article
Oct 15, 2018 at 9:30
Oct 15, 2018
Review: Devinci Troy Carbon 29
Still riding a 2014 Devinci Troy and love Split Pivot. The review is spot on, the stiffness of the bike and support of the suspension respond to rider input and quick timing. I'd love to get this as my next bike.
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Jul 27, 2018 at 14:34
Jul 27, 2018

Diamondback Hook (entry hardtail)

$400 USD
2017 Diamondback Hook for sale, price is negotiable. Basically in brand new condition! Rode the bike last summer for about a month before buying a more burly machine. Everything is stock, check the link below for specs. Really basic kit. The bike would be best suited for a first time rider. The frame is the real value here, maybe could even be built up as a DJ bike? Reach out if interested! Willing to lower the price if the bike is going to a home where it'll be put to use.

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Jul 23, 2018
Jul 23, 2018 at 23:19
Jul 23, 2018

Devinci Troy w/ new ENVE wheels

$1800 USD
2014 M Devinci Troy with upgrades available for sale - 140mm rear travel carbon frame with Cane Creek Double Barrel Inline, high/low speed compression and high/low speed rebound adjustment. - 160mm Rockshox Pike RC Solo Air with Maxle, serviced in August, two tokens included, longer fork changes the headtube angle to 66*. - ENVE M70Thirty HV carbon rims, 30mm internal rim width, Shimano XTR hubs, WTB 2.3 Vigilante front and WTB 2.4 Trail Boss rear, both less than twenty miles each. - Shimano XT 11-46 11SPD cassette with 50 miles on it, XT Derailleur, XT chain, XT shifter. - Shimano XT Deore brakes with ICE rotors, 160mm rear and 180mm front. - Raceface 30T Narrow-wide chainring, MRP chainguide, Racenext Next R carbon Cranks 175mm, Raceface BB92 Pressfit bottom bracket, Raceface Chester pedals optional. - 780mm width, 25mm rise, 9* sweep aluminum Easton bar, 60mm, 5* rise Easton Stem, Cane Creek headset. - Rockshox Reverb Stealth 125mm. This bike is a do-it-all machine for any singletrack trail you want to ride. Because of the stiffness of the carbon frame and carbon wheels, this is for the more aggressive rider. The handling is extremely precise with instant reaction to rider's inputs much like a track car. The Split Pivot suspension platform pedals extreme well at the top of the travel and there is minimal brake-jack under deceleration. Even in the roughest terrain it stays in the middle part of its travel. I know it's cliche, but the bike feels like it has more than 140mm suspension, some of that coming from the 160mm fork. The predictable suspension combined with the lightweight wheelset makes this bike rocket out of corners. On trails where you can preload rough sections the bike is happy to jump over bumps maintaining it's speed, but also will plow through rock gardens without losing its line. With the short chainstays and light front end it's quite easy to manual. The geometry fits right in with modern bikes and feels similar to other bikes I've ridden in the all-mountain category. Bike has been regularly cleaned and serviced, especially drivetrain components. Looking to sell to a good home where it'll be ridden hard and frequently and taken care of well. Absolutely still rips, I'm just looking for a longer bike. Does ride between a small and a medium, suggested for anyone between 5'2" and 5'8". Not in a rush to sell the bike, but could be talked into a lower price for the right buyer, someone who will appreciate the machine and maintain it well.

jamiehayes74 danielsapp's article
Jul 5, 2018 at 10:52
Jul 5, 2018
First Ride: WTB’s 2019 Tires & Rims
@brncr6: do that, put the old Vigilante on the rear! That's what I have now, new V up from and old V in the back, and it works great. Plus I save a few dollars over the Maxxis.
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