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Jun 5, 2019 at 16:21
Jun 5, 2019

LF: Wheelset: 27.5" 20mm front and 12x150mm rear

$500 CAD
Looking for a 27.5 inch wheelset for an older downhill bike. 20mm front hub and 12x150mm rear hub for 8-9sp cassettes. Ideally matching rims but lets see what you have.

jonjonj0nnyjon mikelevy's article
Nov 30, 2013 at 16:59
Nov 30, 2013
Tech Tuesday - Manitou Dorado Fork Rebuild
The spring side is under high pressure, you need to bleed out the air through the valve first before opening it. My issue was the dampener side was under pressure, there is no valve to bleed on that side. Put your wrench on it and slowly open the top cap to burp it. DO NOT try to burp the air side like this.
jonjonj0nnyjon SirLyle's article
Oct 17, 2013 at 12:12
Oct 17, 2013
Kyle Strait Here, Rampage Champ - Ask Me Anything!
Radek broke a Monster T with a bunnyhop. I don't think anything else needs to be said.
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Jul 5, 2013 at 16:16
Jul 5, 2013
jonjonj0nnyjon mikey's video
Jun 30, 2013 at 20:29
Jun 30, 2013
video
Ouch, good thing he tucked his head though.

Jun 20, 2013 at 21:48
Jun 20, 2013
jonjonj0nnyjon thundakleese's video
Jun 19, 2013 at 18:13
Jun 19, 2013
video
Hahaha that drop you guys are talking about mid-video... I wrecked myself on that in 2011. I was out for 3 months and took me a total of 6 before I was walking properly again. Check my pics, you'll see the damage lol.

Jun 19, 2013 at 14:48
Jun 19, 2013
jonjonj0nnyjon karl-burkat's article
Jun 17, 2013 at 16:37
Jun 17, 2013
Crash Video: Taylor Vernon Goes Down at Val di Sole
I do disagree with the fact they were walking instead of sprinting up the hill though, that would never fly where I work haha.
jonjonj0nnyjon karl-burkat's article
Jun 17, 2013 at 16:35
Jun 17, 2013
Crash Video: Taylor Vernon Goes Down at Val di Sole
I don't think you understand my point. You're saying first aid but expecting ambulance level care. What good does a little first aid kit do? Bandages and ointment do not treat emergencies and they would do nothing for a rider in his situation. The people that got to him first are acting as first aid... comforting him and talking to him. Notice the kneeling down beside him, placing a hand on him, getting his name, how hes feeling, etc... That's first aid right there. You cannot expect every course marshal to have first responder training with a trauma bag, oxygen, a scoop, and a board every 10m down the course... it'll never happen. When we do motoX, there's 2 to 6 of us using sidexside ATVs, we get a call on the radio and we peel out towards the incident. There isn't someone along the track at all times, we have a staging area where our trucks are parked and we work from there. Even in professional motosports, you'll never see instant response. The response time of the race medics in that video was quite good.
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