jovian0ne WeAreOne's article
Jun 27, 2017 at 21:06Jun 27, 2017
We Are One Composites - Bringing Carbon Manufacturing to Canada
I am one person that still can't afford carbon wheels... maybe one day.
jovian0ne pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 10, 2016 at 8:48Sep 10, 2016
Results: Timed Session and Seeding - Val di Sole DH World Champs 2016
Also Nik in juniors, second fastest! Way to go Nik!!!
jovian0ne pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 14, 2016 at 20:03Aug 14, 2016
SRAM Canadian Enduro presented by Specialized: Crankworx Whistler 2016 - Replay
You guys are bummin! Live feed at "west cost" time worked fine!
Aug 4, 2016 at 15:41Aug 4, 2016
This is a medium 2007 Iron Horse 6point4 frame with extras included. What you see is what you get (fork not included). This bike was ridden for about 6 years (original owner) and the frame wear reflects that. Typical wear for a frame that has been ridden for that long. All cosmetic; no dents or dings just cable wear, and chips of paint on under side and minor surface scratches. Bike is still 100% functional. What sets this frame from the other 6points is what’s included: Brand new replacement set of pivot hardware and bearings, never installed. - 1* Works headset to accommodate tapered steer tube forks, installed. Depending on fork and tires, HA is between 66-66.5* Stock 50mm stem and headset also included. 8.75” x 2.75” DHX 5 coil shock W/ 400 lbs spring. Stock shock was a DHX3 Air 8.75x2.5 (currently stuck down and in need of a service, but also included) which gives the bike 160mm travel. The longer 2.75” stroke gives the bike about 180mm travel. The coil shock is completely functional but also due for a service. Wheels and Tires. Stock wheel set and 9 speed rear cassette with OEM hubs and DT Swiss E540 rims. The rear rim has a couple of dings but the wheel still 100% functional and spins true. Tires are Shwalbe Hans Damp on the front and Continental Mountain King on rear. Tires are worn but still have some mileage left in them. The wheels include 180mm disk rotors. Hayes 9 brakes (stock, unattached) Gravity Light 170mm 2x9 crank set with Azonic Pookie pedals, Gravity bash, and Blackspire Stinger chain tensioner. Sram X9 9 speed rear derailleur, Shimano Saint front derailleur, Sram x7 shifters, and chain. WTB Pure V Saddle (not pictured) & stock seat post. Additional derailleur hanger, new. Basically this is ¾ of a complete bike. All you need is a fork, bars, and grips. Feel free to ask for any additional info or pics. $300, OBO, local pick up only.
Added 8 photos to Elixir-5
Oct 4, 2015 at 21:07Oct 4, 2015
Oct 4, 2015 at 21:06Oct 4, 2015
This is a pair of Avid Elixir 5 brakes taken off of a 2011 Scott Voltage FR. The front line is about 32.5” and the rear about 58” long. Along with the brakes and mounting hardware, I’m including a bleed kit (only used once), unused new pads (one organic and one metallic set), and an unopened bottle of Dot 5.1 fluid. These brakes came off of a free ride bike; crashes occurred. There are scratches, purely cosmetic, pinched line, and a cut on one of the rubber line connect covers, but no leaks and none of this effects performance. PM me for additional info. $90 shipped & accepting PayPal.
Added 4 photos to RS-Domain
Oct 4, 2015 at 20:33Oct 4, 2015
Oct 4, 2015 at 20:32Oct 4, 2015
This is a 2007 Rock Shox Domain 318 (RC) 160mm U-Turn. It has an external travel adjustment from 115mm to 160mm, external rebound, and the Motion Control IS Damper for Low Speed compression adjustment, with fixed internal high speed. Medium coil spring installed and 20mm through axle. It has a straight 1 1/8” steer tube cut down to 172mm. It has a Cane Creek 1.5 reducer crown race installed. This fork was ridden hard over the years but has been serviced regularly and still functions as intended. Yes there are signs of wear: minor scuffs and scratches to lowers, some cable wear to the crown, but no leaks or scratches to the stanchions. The original seals had been replaced with Enduro brand fork seals a few years ago. This is a rock solid fork and still feels plush and smooth. PM for any additional info. $85 Shipped and accepting PayPal.
Added 4 photos to Marz-AM4
Oct 4, 2015 at 18:47Oct 4, 2015
Oct 4, 2015 at 18:45Oct 4, 2015
Here I have a 2007 Marzocchi All Mountain 4 (26”). This fork has 160mm travel and a 20mm through axle. Steer tube is straight 1 1/8” cut to down 164mm with a Cane Creek 1.5 reducer crown race installed. The adjustments this fork has are rebound, positive air, and spring preload with air. This fork was originally an OEM take off of a 2007 Iron Horse 6Point4. It spent a very short time on that bike. To be honest, this is a very basic fork and I never liked the way it felt. I already had a replacement fork for the bike so I never really spent too much time trying to dial this one in. To me the fork always felt real stiff and might be better suited for a heavier or more aggressive rider. Maybe someone else will have better luck. After sitting in the garage for a few years I installed it on my wife’s Blur LT. She rode it for about a year and was very easy on it. With her riding the fork, it never used more than half of its travel. She finally got a more appropriate for her bike and the AM4 went back in the garage for another couple of years. The fork is still in great shape with very little wear. No scratches on the stanchions. The fork is 8 years old and was never ridden to its service interval but should definitely be due for one, at least to replace the old oil & maybe even fresh seals. Any questions feel free to PM me. $65 shipped and accepting PayPal.
Video: Dylan Sherrard is Summer Dreamin'
1 Sep 2014