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Nov 21, 2018 at 17:11
Nov 21, 2018

Santa Cruz 5010cc - Medium

$3000 USD
Will consider a frame trade, I am looking for a 2016 or newer, Small, 27.5 This is the bike you never knew you wanted, but always needed. It is the weapon of choice for Danny Macaskill and the 50to01 crew (if you don't know, now you know). It's a mini bronson, it pedals well, it descends well. This is the bike that you can enjoy on almost any terrain. 130mm travel front and rear. Only selling because I need a smaller frame. Frame is in good shape, one gouge on under the BB that has been filled and one light scratch on the rear triangle (crashing in Sedona is fun). Frame has had racers tape frame protection since new, bottom tube, top tube, back of seat tube, and all rub areas. Rear rim needs replacing, crack at a nipple. One small nic on the stanchion and the lowers have some scratching, a new decal would cover it up though. I'll include everything you need to make it 2x11 with raceface chainrings and XT front der and shifter. Wheels: DT350, Raceface ARC Fork: Rockshox RCT3 - 130mm - Boost Shock: Fox Factory Evol (with RWC Needle bearing) Saddle: Fizik Tundra Brakes: Shimano XT, Shimano Icetech rotors Bars: Santa Cruz carbon (one light scratch on bars) 35mm dia, 800mm Stem: Raceface Turbine Grips: Ergon with a bit of life left Dropper: 9point8 Fall line (bullet proof, easily rebuildable, works great) Rear der: Shimano XT 11spd Cassette: Shimano XT 11spd Shifter: Shimano XT Cranks: Raceface Turbine Tires: Maxxis Ardent 2.4 Front, Maxxis Highroller II 3C 2.3 Rear, tubeless with fresh orange seal and about 70% life on the tires.

jcav5 Ryan-Jones's article
Nov 8, 2018 at 14:44
Nov 8, 2018
Video: Nik Nestoroff is Living the SoCal Dream
@endlessblockades: the OC is "right" relative to the rest of SoCal... but it is definitely not "right" relative to the rest of the west...
jcav5 Ryan-Jones's article
Nov 8, 2018 at 6:26
Nov 8, 2018
Video: Nik Nestoroff is Living the SoCal Dream
@nvranka: It's definitely better than nothing, but it's ridiculous that the good trails are illegal. It's good to be thankful for what you've got, and it's better than having no trails... but it's frustrating that there is potential for great trails but land managers won't let us have them. Why tf is Marie Calendars closed? Habitat Degradation according to the sign? Give me a break, the whole trail parallels the 73, the destruction has been done... lots of study's show that 100 yards either direction from a major roadway disturbs the habitat... what is a mtb within that area going to hurt...
jcav5 Ryan-Jones's article
Nov 7, 2018 at 10:49
Nov 7, 2018
Video: Nik Nestoroff is Living the SoCal Dream
@jrocksdh: As far as geography is concerned, SoCal is a cool place... it's the masses of people and regulation that has ruined it. There used to be a ton of cool stuff that is now covered by townhomes, shopping malls, and freeways...
jcav5 Ryan-Jones's article
Nov 7, 2018 at 8:34
Nov 7, 2018
Video: Nik Nestoroff is Living the SoCal Dream
It's a backwards place... bike shops even tell you the good trails are "illegal" and "show and tell only"... it's not just Laguna, it's most of Orange County.
jcav5 Ryan-Jones's article
Nov 7, 2018 at 8:28
Nov 7, 2018
Video: Nik Nestoroff is Living the SoCal Dream
The only really good trails out there are illegal... it's a weird place
jcav5 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 26, 2018 at 11:17
Oct 26, 2018
jcav5 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 26, 2018 at 11:15
Oct 26, 2018
Tech Talks: Seth's Pre-Load Nightmare - Part 1
Jury is out on the grease debate. Some grease, some don't. My philosophy is that all carbon mating surfaces get carbon assembly compound, most everything (other than brake parts and bolts that already have thread compound, and brake/shifter mounts on the bars) gets some water proof synthic grease. Then, go to the lower of the torque range (since, most torques are given for dry install unless otherwise specified) The grease has solved a whole lot of creaking issues and it means bolts will always be removed easily.
jcav5 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 26, 2018 at 11:10
Oct 26, 2018
Tech Talks: Seth's Pre-Load Nightmare - Part 1
@fullfacemike: there are also way more parts in a race face crank... my Cinch cranks were a nightmare. The integrated crank arm puller was a bit poorly thought out, the outer 16mm allen cap is threaded the same direction as the fixing bolt that presses against it when you pull the crank... so, a bit of dust on the inside of that outer cap and it backs out when you try to pull the crank... NO ONE has 16mm allens locally, it's a very uncommon size. had to order one. That whole issue could have been solved by theading the cap left hand instead of right... engineering 101. Shimano cranks for the win.
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