johnski GrowCyclingFoundation's article
May 6, 2022 at 3:45May 6, 2022
Last Chance: Donate to Win a Custom Santa Cruz Bronson & Raise Money for Grow Cycling
Glad it's not a Heckler. Getting fire insurance for those is...uh...challenging.
johnski edspratt's article
Apr 25, 2022 at 9:51Apr 25, 2022
Chris King Launches Range of Recyclable Carbon Wheels
Chris King, because you have to be royalty to afford them.
johnski mattbeer's article
Apr 13, 2022 at 8:01Apr 13, 2022
Review: EXT Arma Downhill Coil Shock
It'll cost you EXTra.
johnski alicialeggett's article
Mar 22, 2022 at 10:31Mar 22, 2022
Video: A Deep Dive on Neko Mulally's Lourdes Race Bike - In Depth Ep. 3
@Dogl0rd: Not necessarily, but they will have definitely have more pedal kickback compared to a lower engagement hub. I went from Hydra to DTSwiss 370 with the star ratchet upgrade, and I notice a significant difference in the steadiness of the pedals on extended chunky downhills.
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Mar 11, 2022 at 15:16Mar 11, 2022
Mar 11, 2022 at 15:15Mar 11, 2022
*SALE PENDING* For sale: 2018 Specialized Enduro Elite, size XL. Unbelievably versatile bike that’s equally at home in the high speed chunk of Pisgah, to the flow of DuPont, to my local Charlotte, NC singletrack. Yes, this 160mm travel bike is fun as hell around here, and can climb with the best of them, too. It’s been an absolutely fantastic bike from the day I bought it new. The build is completely dialed and ready rip, with everything on this bike working perfectly. I’m honestly afraid I may regret letting it go, but the next bike is ordered and on the way, so here we are. The link has all the geometry and stock specs, with the list below compiling the significant upgrades that make this Enduro stand out from the rest. https://www.specialized.com/us/en/enduro-elite-29-6fattie/p/128993?color=240145-128993&fbclid=IwAR2cZrvIK68pgOgOhDZjU0NHSspKU_5mhH864lakyvOEBFspCQj6SoET06Q Frame: XL, carbon frame with alloy rear triangle, SWAT box in-frame storage, SWAT multi tool and storage bag included, zero dents or structural damage, with general wear you’d find from regular use as shown in pics, including some rock chips, scuffs on the down tube from shuttling, and some rub on the cranks. All upgrades from the stock build include: Fork: Ohlïns RFX 36 w/Evo upgrade, 51mm offset, buttery smooth on everything from regular trail chatter to high speed chunk. The best fork I’ve ever ridden. Shock: Cane Creek DBAir, balances perfectly with the fork, highly tune-able, eats up everything efficiently without sacrificing playfulness. Chainring: 30t Absolute Black Oval Shifter: GX Eagle Derailleur: GX Eagle Cassette: GX Eagle 10-50t Wheelset: Spank Oozy 345, I9 Hydra rear hub, Hope Pro4 front hub, custom built by my local shop. Tires: Specialized Butcher T9 front, Eliminator T7 rear, both 29x2.3, skinwalls Brakes: SRAM Code R 200front/180rear Cockpit: Spank Spike vibrocore handlebar 800mm, 30mm rise, Spank Spike 50mm stem, 0° rise, Deity Supracush grips. Headset: Cane Creek Hellbender70 Seatpost: XFusion Manic 150mm drop Armor: Rockguardz carbon fiber downtube protector Asking $3250, or best offer. Willing to cover shipping to the lower 48 for a full price offer. No trades. If the ad is up, it’s available.
johnski Bowheadcorp's article
Mar 8, 2022 at 6:05Mar 8, 2022
Video: Attempting to Summit Tribune Mountain on a Hand Cycle Mountain Bike
Badass, Mr. Bagg. You are a living example of how the only thing that limits us is our mind. Thank you for the inspiration, sir.
johnski sarahmoore's article
Mar 3, 2022 at 9:33Mar 3, 2022
Video: Keegan Swenson Rides 336 Miles in Record-Breaking 24 Hours in Old Pueblo Race
That pic looks kinda trippy, so I'm guessing those aren't gummies, but they're definitely "gummies."
johnski sim70n's article
Feb 10, 2022 at 16:26Feb 10, 2022
Reflections on a Solstice Everest - The Longest Long Day
My legs cramped reading this. I also cried a little bit.
johnski sarahmoore's article
Feb 3, 2022 at 7:41Feb 3, 2022
First Look: Saris' New Modular Hitch System Bike Rack
@tmxownrsgrp: And, over time, you check the bolts and torque them down. You know, like you would on your bike, right?