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jonathanmb1 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 14, 2017 at 12:24
Sep 14, 2017
Yamaha to Launch Their Own eMTB Lineup
Remember how upset everybody was about 27.5 wheels 3 years ago?
jonathanmb1 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 13, 2017 at 22:58
Sep 13, 2017
Yamaha to Launch Their Own eMTB Lineup
Hopefully this helps clarify the difference between an eMTB, and a motorcycle: A motor transforms one form of kinetic energy, into another form of kinetic energy, such as the kinetic energy stored in a battery, into the rotational energy of a spinning motor shaft (electric motors). An engine transforms potential energy into kinetic energy, such as the potential energy stored in a can of fuel, into the rotational energy of a spinning crankshaft (internal combustion engines). Thus, calling a bicycle with an internal combustion engine a "motorcycle" is actually a misnomer. An eMTB is a true example of the name "motorcycle," but since that name has already been taken by something that isn't actually a motorcycle, eMTB, or some other variation is what we'll be stuck with. Ironic huh? So when you ride an eMTB on your trail, you're riding a motorcycle in the proper sense.
Apr 19, 2016 at 19:00
Apr 19, 2016

Sam Hill's Old Rockshox SID

$500 USD
This is a 2012 Rockshox SID that is in barely used condition. This was on Sam Hill's dual slalom build back from when he rode for Team Monster Energy/Specialized, and I have that complete old bike of his (a 2012 Specialized SX). This bike has been sitting in various pro riders' garages after being used for the Sea Otter Dual Slalom race in 2012, so this fork hasn't seen much use. I really don't want to part this bike out, because I wanted to keep it mint from the Team Monster Energy/Specialized build, but I plan to use this slopestyle frame for jumping, so this XC fork needs to go before it gets damaged. I haven't disassembled the fork to look inside of it, but being that this bike was built by Team Monster Energy/Specialized for Sam Hill to use, there might be some voodoo magic inside of this thing. I would prefer trade it for a DJ/Slopestyle fork of similar value and with similar specs. Looking for something between 100mm-150mm of travel for a 26" wheel with tapered steer-tube and 15mm axle. Stanchions are spotless, and lowers are equally clean. Seals are doing their job wonderfully. Specs: Damper: RCT3 Damper w/ Dual Air Spring (positive & negative) Lockout: Motion Control DNA Lockout, Full/Half/Open- all work flawlessly Axle: Maxle Lite (15mm) Rebound and low speed compression damping adjustability Steetube: Tapered, I can measure the length for you, but I haven't yet. Let me know if you'd like to trade for, or simply buy Sam Hill's old fork! Selling some history here, and no, the complete bike is NOT for sale.

Apr 19, 2016 at 17:00
Apr 19, 2016
Dec 8, 2015 at 23:34
Dec 8, 2015
jonathanmb1 scottsecco's article
Nov 30, 2015 at 20:12
Nov 30, 2015
Movies For Your Monday
The Right is a wave that lives under my bed, in my nightmares. Never again do I want to see photographic evidence that it truly exists! Deny, deny, deny!
Nov 10, 2015 at 9:41
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Oct 31, 2015 at 11:16
Oct 31, 2015

Iron Horse 7.5

$700 USD
Classic Freeride bike for sale, my 2005 Iron Horse 7.5. I bought this used a few months ago, and I'm hoping to get a slopestyle bike instead. This thing just has too much suspension for my riding (which will be mostly pumptrack and jumps). Since I bought it, I've had the freehub rebuilt with fresh bearings, installed a new cassette and chain, put a new stem on and put two new Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5s on. She's 100% ready to ride, right now! I'd entertain a trade for a full suspension slopestyle bike. Specs: Frame: Medium 2005 Iron Horse 7.5 (w/DW link suspension), Fox Vanilla RC shock (7 inch travel) Frame Specs: 150mm X 12mm axle, 83mm BB, 1.5" headtube Fork: Manitou Travis Single Crown (7 inch travel) Headset: FSA Big Fat Pig Wheels: Front- WTB Dual Duty FR Rear- Don't know, but takes a beating Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 front and rear (both new, like 2 rides new!) Cranks: FSA Gravity Gap Pedals: Crank Brothers 50/50 Chainguide: MRP G2 Stem: Race Face D2 Handlebar: Chromag Grips: ODI Ruffians, nice and worn in Seatpost: Full length (so you can pedal too) SDG I beam and SDG saddle Drivetrain: 36t chainring, 13-36 tooth cassette (new) and new chain, X7 shifter w/ X0 derailleur Brakes: Avid Elixir CR running smooth w/203mm rotors front and rear

Oct 29, 2015 at 14:46
Oct 29, 2015
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