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k2rider1964 RADTrails's article
Feb 17, 2019 at 20:18
Feb 17, 2019
Cam Zink Launches Non-Profit Trailbuilding Company
The problem is OC doesn’t care about mountain biking and will straight up tell you they don’t need the money generated by the sport because they have so much else going on. Generally speaking, when you look at where the most progressive trail building is and has been going on, it’s in areas where MTB tourism has made a huge difference in the local economies. Fruita, Hurricane and Bentonvile are (3) simple examples. Without mountain biking, nothing is happening in those cities. I grew up in OC and now live in SD where we have all the same issues so I feel your pain. It doesn’t help that SoCal is so densely populated with the least amount of open land to build trails on.
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Feb 1, 2019

Fox Transfer Performance, 125mm, 30.9, XLNT

$175 USD
I have a 3 month old Fox Transfer, complete with the the Fox trigger lever for sale. I just took this off my bike after only 3 months to install a 150mm dropper instead. This one works flawlessly and it can be yours for $200. I'll cover the shipping and PayPal costs for buyers in the lower 48.

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Jan 27, 2019 at 17:30
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Jan 27, 2019 at 17:29
Jan 27, 2019

FOX Factory DPX2, 210 x 50, As New

$400 USD
I bought this shock from Mister Lost just weeks ago for my 2019 Yeti SB5 to try out the Lunch Ride set-up sold by Yeti but I decided to keep it stock since I already own another bike that fits the burlier Lunch Ride model. I went out on a total of (2) rides for no more than 30 miles so this shock is essentially brand spanking new. I paid $550+ for this shock and all I'm asking for is $400 and I'll cover shipping to the Lower 48 states and the PayPal fees. Let me know if you have any questions.

k2rider1964 jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 15, 2019 at 8:41
Jan 15, 2019
Video: Kirill Benderoni Posts Footage of the Crash that Left Him in a Coma
Well, you never know how fast his buddies called, how "remote" this area was and/or how difficult it was to find him. I crashed my dirt bike in Mammoth in 2009 but was luckily next to a access road so the medics could easily get to me. The medics told me a year before that they had to stretcher a guy out of the backcountry by foot and it took 21 hours. A buddy of mine had a heart attack this past April while riding San Clemente Singletracks in Orange County, CA. This is a major metro area with a couple million residents and a trauma hospital less than 10 miles away. We did CPR for 45 minutes before the ground medics got to us. They had called in Life Flight but they couldn't land because of overhead power lines. The ground medics then had to stabilize him, stretcher him 1/2 mile to their ambulance, drive slowly out on dirt roads and after 2+ hours, he was at the hospital....10 miles away!!
k2rider1964 jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 3, 2019 at 21:10
Jan 3, 2019
Lawsuit Claims Search & Rescue Delays Contributed to Mountain Biker's Death
@scott-townes: Exactly, as somebody who worked in law enforcement for 31 years and has been named in several lawsuits, I can attest that the "complaints" written out by the attorneys are some of the most outlandish fiction ever told. They basically take the side of the plaintiff without ever doing one iota of research or investigation and then exponentially expand on the plaintiffs own lies. It would be comical if you knew the differences between the truth and what is written in the complaint. Needless to day, every lawsuit filed against me was dropped at some point when the plaintiffs lies were exposed at some point. One plaintiff actually pulled out a knife and started to shave his arm hair during the arbitration hearing when the ruling wasn't going his way. On the one trial that went to court which stemmed from a fight at a Chargers vs Raiders game, I was actually dropped from the lawsuit on day one (the attorney that filed the complaint named every cop within miles of the incident it seemed) but the trail went on and the plaintiff lost of course when the truth came out from 50+ witnesses at the game. That plaintiff, an off duty police officer from a neighboring city, also had to pay for my City's cost of defending the frivolous lawsuit.
k2rider1964 mikelevy's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 21:00
Dec 6, 2018
Interbike Cancelled for 2019
Trade show attendance numbers are down across many industries. It's not like the old days where you had to go to a big industry event to get the 411 on all the latest products. The Internet has changed the way of getting information to consumers and specifically related to bikes, there are constant demo days to attend if you happen to live near a big city. The only reason to go to a trade show is to get free swag and we have Sea Otter for that.
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Nov 29, 2018 at 19:17
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Nov 29, 2018 at 19:17
Nov 29, 2018

Fox DPS Kashima, 210x50

$249 USD
I have a 2019 Yeti SB5 that I'm removing the rear shock from tomorrow and replacing with a DPX2. The DPS shock is essentially brand new and in perfect condition. The bike/shock has (4) rides on it and about 80 miles total on it. The 210x50 shock is the top of the line, Kashima coated Factory model currently listed for sale at JensonUSA for $453. I will cover shipping for a buyer in the lower 48 states and won't charge extra for a buyer using PayPal. Mountain hardware NOT included.

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