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Aug 13, 2017 at 7:02
Aug 13, 2017
jimferno EnduroWorldSeries's article
Jul 29, 2017 at 10:04
Jul 29, 2017
The Pros Weigh in on Carbon vs Aluminum Wheels - EWS Aspen 2017
Dented and cracked every rim I have ever ridden on. I now don't spend the earth on rims as I know they won't last. Price vs performance/longevity generally means aluminium.
Jul 20, 2017 at 1:25
Jul 20, 2017
jimferno BroxiGirl87's photo
Jul 19, 2017 at 4:06
Jul 19, 2017
Sick ride!

jimferno BroxiGirl87's photo
Jul 19, 2017 at 4:06
Jul 19, 2017
New vs Old.

jimferno paulaston's article
Jul 17, 2017 at 17:04
Jul 17, 2017
Mavic Deemax - Return of the King?
My Deemax wheels were the worst set of wheels I have ever used. Snapped the hub axle, cracked rim and the wheels flexed so much I had tyre rub on my frame and fork. On top of that was all the propriety gubbins. Quite simply a big fat yellow lemon!
Selling
Jun 26, 2017 at 6:41
Jun 26, 2017

YT Tues 2.0 LTD

$500 GBP
2014 LTD YT Tues 2.0 owned by myself from new. No different to the current model but this was the last of the 26" bikes and had a six month wait time. A few functional changes from the base spec to suit my preferences; Superstar grips Gamut chain device and a smaller chain ring than the stock 38t offering DMR Vault pedals(black with blue pins) Shimano Zee brakes and shifting, cheaper and better than the stock SRAM garbage. Magic Mary's F&R(Super tacky) near as damn new. 7 speed limiter plate on the cassette The rest of the spec is the usual E13, Mavic and Renthal gubbins on the cockpit. Now then, you might be wondering why this is priced so low? Anyone who has dealt with me knows I don't like to be lowballed and I price my bikes and gear reasonably, usually to sell. So without further ado here is the list of things wrong with this bike, please ensure you READ and UNDERSTAND the following; The rear wheel NEEDS replacing. The rim is cracked, although not all the way through, and the hub axle is cracked as well. This means when you remove the rear wheel from the bike the cassette freehub, and cassette, can and will fall off. I rode it last summer in the current configuration but would not recommend you do the same. There are multiple paint chips and TWO SMALL DENTS in the downtube near the BB. There is paint damage to the SEATSTAY and CHAINSTAY, beneath the CS protector. The REBOUND ADJUSTER is MISSING from the bottom of the fork leg but can still be adjusted using a combination of small tools. The CRANKSET needs tightening after a few runs as has been the case with every set of E13 cranks I have ever owned. The bike was used only a handful of times last Summer, not at all in 2015 due to personal circumstances and was used for a full Summer in '14. A frame protector was applied from new for what it was worth. There are no creaks or cracks from the linkages and the Marzocchi suspension is sweet as a nut and will likely truck on forever as Marzocchi is well known for. The fork has the much sought after, and very rare, X-Firm Ti fork spring installed and despite being rated X-Firm is one of the plushest and most sensitive DH forks on the market. The 380 is also suitable for 650b/27.5" wheels although I'm not sure if the frame can take them. Functionally the bike and suspension is fine but it NEEDS a new rear wheel and that is factored in to my asking price. Rear wheel aside I don't think you will get a better bike for 500 notes. This is worth £500 of anyone's money and I will not move on price. Hit me up with questions, payment in cash, used notes if possible, and no postage as I would like you to see the bike before purchase so you understand the faults.

jimferno pinkbikeaudience's article
May 14, 2017 at 10:57
May 14, 2017
Enduro World Series Round 3, Madeira - Results
When you reply to them you give their theories credence, rise above.
Jan 29, 2017 at 7:59
Jan 29, 2017
jimferno enduromtbtrainer's article
Jan 29, 2017 at 2:41
Jan 29, 2017
MTB Training: Four Exercise Muscle Building Set - Video
Love how there's so little interest in articles like this but some skinny lass, stretching, gets hundreds of comments about how these stretches solved all their life problems and improved their riding...
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