I'm a dancer and wild man who doesn't play by the rules
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Sep 3, 2010 at 16:34Sep 3, 2010
Aug 31, 2010 at 16:52Aug 31, 2010
I have brand new XL Fox Commando Jersey in dark stone camo. It is XL, for the playaz, but I'm not a big guy (5"9, 140 lb.) and with the armour on, it felt fine; it is also a half-sleeve jersey. I tried it on once, but it has never been used, and still has all tags attached. The material is very light, to provide good ventilation. One final interesting note is that it has a micro-fiber cloth, for cleaning goggles or shades, securely attached to the bottom hem. This is a nice little feature which will prove handy on those dusty rides! Don't hesitate to contact me with questions or reasonable offers. I am willing to ship within Canada at the buyer's expense.
Aug 31, 2010 at 16:39Aug 31, 2010
I have a brand new medium sixsixone Pro Pressure suit for sale. It has never been worn, and all the tags and stickers are still attached. This is some of the best bike armour money can buy, perfect for the DH circuit, up there with TLD Troy Lee Designs.The main body is held together by an elastic mesh, that will stretch and naturally fit the body. The shoulders, elbows/forearms, chest, and spine are all protected by moulded plastic cups, which are vented to keep you comfortable. All of these are covered by thick foam to further protect the rider. The panels are also articulated, to allow mobility. Finally, there is the all important multi-strap kidney belt, which not protects those vital organs, but also helps to keep the suit secure, even in the most violent riding. Feel free to ask me any questions about the armour, and to make reasonable offers. I am willing to ship within Canada at the buyer's expense. Check my other ads!
Aug 11, 2010 at 5:53Aug 11, 2010
I never had any issues with play in the dropout. There are four m6 screws, per side, that hold the dropouts in place. When tightened, they wouldn't move in an atomic blast! If you manage to get the version of the frame with horizontal dropouts, there really is no chance for play, but this version is just as good (just heavier).
Aug 11, 2010 at 5:46Aug 11, 2010
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May 20, 2010 at 12:55May 20, 2010
Actually it is a bit more complex than that. At first, it was just posted as a result of a lot of offers. I was tired of getting so many dumb messages, so I posted to let people know that I would part with it for the right price, but I wasn't really intent on selling. Then I wanted to build a lighter bike (my favorite thing about the whole sport is just building and maintaining the machines), so I posted it again. Nobody wanted it (no serious offers), and I didn't want to sell in the summer and be stuck with no bike. I then wrecked my the tendons in my wrist, so I couldn't even ride. The original diagnosis was that I would be out for at least 6 months, if I limited the use of my wrist to occasional writing and mouse use, so I kept my bike, hoping to riding again this year. Rather that listen to the experts and lose my job, I did construction full-time for the summer. Now, I realize that the problem is chronic, worsened by a fracture I got 12 years ago, and I have no strength in my wrist. Not only that, but the riding position on this bike and the heavy impacts feel really bad, as if something is misaligned. Therefore, it is highly unlikely that I will ever ride again, apart from my track bike for commuting. As for why no one wants it, I suspect it is because the price is steep. It is fair, but most people on here are just kids, and don't have the kind of cash required to have a bike like this. I am not a rich kid, but I have been completely dedicated to the sport, spending all my money on it (no cell-phone, no clubbing, no traveling, et cetera). I am sure it will sell, because it is so nice that someone will just have to have it.
May 20, 2010 at 12:38May 20, 2010
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