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Norco Bigfoot 4.3. Purchased new for $1000 a couple of years ago. Daughter has now outgrown it. Never used much in winter but gave her a real confidence boost on the trails in the summer. Comes with an extra new tire. Perfect for someone 4'6 - 5'2. Local sales only.
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Jan 9, 2019 at 21:00Jan 9, 2019
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Dec 6, 2018 at 8:03Dec 6, 2018
Throwback Thursday: McCaul & Semenuk’s Iconic Life Cycles Section
Corn - British - The chief cereal crop of a district, especially (in England) wheat or (in Scotland) oats. ‘fields of corn’ https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/corn But still sounds wrong to this Sask. boy!
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Nov 28, 2018 at 12:57Nov 28, 2018
Must Watch: Brandon Semenuk's 'AIM'
Came here to make the same comment. IT'S THE LAW!
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Sep 18, 2018 at 14:19Sep 18, 2018
Tariffs on Chinese Bicycles & Parts Will Begin Next Week
Lest any Canadians start feeling high and mighty -- we already have a comparable tariff that was put in place to "protect" our national bicycle producers -- almost all of whom moved construction to China anyways. And Devinci is on record for saying it makes no matter to their business either way.
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Jan 28, 2018 at 8:55Jan 28, 2018
FRAME ONLY. Comes with spare rear axle and derailleur hanger. I have a 31.6 150mm 9point8 seatpost I'll include for another $350. I love this bike, but needed to rob the parts off of it to build a new bike for my son who has now outgrown me. I hope he realizes the sacrifice I'm making for him. This is a fantastic frame and one of the first true slack and low 29ers. 64 degree head angle and super short chainstays! They are almost impossible to get in North America -- I had to have it shipped through European relatives. Companies like Chromag are now catching on to this geometry (but sadly also going to pressfit...) Can take 29 or 27.5+ wheels -- WITHOUT NEEDING BOOST! Uses a standard 135mm rear hub and you just dish the wheel over 6mm - standard spoke length can more than handle this. 15 minutes on the truing stand and you're done. They recommend a boost compatible crankset but as long as you run a chainring 32T or smaller you can use a normal crankset. I used a standard race face crank and it was perfect. For the first year of its life I actually used it to train for and then ride the Colorado Trail. Wanted a bike I could enjoy the downs on rather than some XC weenie bike. Bikepacking is not the best for a bike's paint job so there are quite a few scuffs and chips, as evident in the pictures. But there are no dents and zero chainslap thanks to careful wrapping. Structurally a 10 but paint is a 7. Last even admits that the transparent paint, which looks super cool, is not as durable. Last year I set it up singlespeed and worked my way back up the local Strava charts - slack head angle was no issue on my local trails, which are flat and awkward so say the least. Best source for frame specs is the original Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1413835557/fastforward-enduro-mountain-bike-hard-tail-by-last Review: http://enduro-mtb.com/en/review-the-last-bikes-hardtail-prototype/ Shipping will be actual cost and I'll do my best to fit it in the smallest possible box to save you money.
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Jan 28, 2018 at 8:16Jan 28, 2018
Jan 28, 2018 at 8:15Jan 28, 2018
Handmade in Canada Devinci Atlas 29er. Size small (but it's a big small). 142 rear end. This was my wife's bike and has seen very little use, as evident from the pictures. I put foam padding and tape on the chainstays before it was ever ridden, but took the tape off for the pictures. There are two small rubs through the paint on the chainstay (see picture) from where the pedal on another bike rubbed on it during transport. Other than that it is pretty much mint. Took all linkages apart and cleaned them. Bearings are perfect. Performed an air can service and put in some fresh float fluid so there might be a little oil showing on the Kashima coating of the shock. Comes with a Cane Creek tapered headset, Shimano bottom bracket (also works with RaceFace non-cinch cranks), and a cheap seatpost. Reviews here: http://www.bikeradar.com/mtb/gear/category/bikes/mountain-bikes/product/review-devinci-atlas-rc-12-46266/ https://www.bikerumor.com/2013/03/15/long-term-review-devinci-atlas-29er-mountain-bike/ Frame specs: http://2012.devinci.com/bikes/browse_18#18_53_223 (but this one has an upgraded rear shock)