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Jun 3, 2017 at 5:02
Jun 3, 2017
Timed Training Results – Fort William DH World Cup
Isn't it about the rider, who's the fastest rider, forget wheel size folks, the rider will ride what feels best for him/her, Racheal Atherton, fastest by far is still on a 27.5 but i bet she'd still be the fastest on any bike, having the latest slickest bike doesn't make you a better rider, take for instance the mates you ride with, i bet amongst that group of mates there's some that are naturally faster than you no matter what bikes you ride, it's the same for the pro's
kevcar43 pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 30, 2017 at 7:39
Apr 30, 2017
Final Results - Lourdes DH World Cup 2017
Crap, Fayolle won his 1st and probably last world cup thanks to the weather, he's made up but even he must realise it's a hollow victory, ALL of the top elite riders were way off due to the conditions, if all was equal he wouldn't be in the top 20, shit
Apr 2, 2017 at 11:15
Apr 2, 2017

IXS Trail xs

$30 GBP
IXS Trail rs helmet, bought in error, too big for me, hardly worn, 58-62cm, never crashed

Apr 2, 2017 at 11:12
Apr 2, 2017


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Apr 2, 2017
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Mar 6, 2017 at 15:04
Mar 6, 2017

Asgard bike shed / Abloy padlock

$300 GBP
Asgard single bike storage, the next best thing to a lock up garage, just as safe though, weighs 99kg so not easily moved and can also be bolted down to concrete, there's probably enough room for a couple of kids bikes down each side of the main bike, also for sale is an Abloy 342 padlock, one of the best you can buy, this model is very near the top of thier range, not cheap but it is a high end padlock with 3 keys with 6 points of engagement, both these items cost me 450 quid less than a year ago but i'm not biking anymore, the bike has already been sold so this has to go, The item can be dismantled for easy transportation Cheers and thanks for looking

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Mar 6, 2017 at 14:46
Mar 6, 2017
Jan 19, 2017 at 9:44
Jan 19, 2017

Transition Scout 1

$2200 GBP
Hi there, here we have my Transition Scout 2015 medium the bike is only 20 months old but barely ridden in the last 4 months, a truly awesome trail bike, very fast and just loves to pop over obstacles, after one demo i had to have this bike and this colour scheme to me is the best combination, it's in USED condition and has some light scrapes as to be expected but really is in good condition, no dings or dents in the frame, the photo's are when it was new, the wheels in the photo's are the originals which have been replaced with the Hope's listed below at a cost of $350 I love this bike, the best i've ever ridden but due to my knees being a bit knackered i can't ride it like i want to so it's a very reluctant sale, i'm the original owner with receipt comes with unused brake and reverb bleed kits If you have any questions i'll try get back to you as soon as i can but the mobile signal where i work isn't great, I prefer a face to face collection but if buyer wants to organise collection then feel free Cheers Here is a parts list Name:Scout 1 (15)Built by:Transition Price:£3,900.00 (price when new) Brakes Shimano Deore XT, (new under warranty ridden once) Cranks Race Face Turbine Cinch 1X32t raceface chainring Fork Fox 34 Float 650b Fit4 Fork 2016 150mm Frame Material Alloy, 125mm (4.9in) travel Front Hub hope pro 2 EVO(blue) Front Tyre Maxxis Shorty 27.5x 2.3in (tubeless) Handlebar Kore Mega, 760mm Casette SRAM X1 XG-1180 11 Speed MTB Cassette 10-42t Rear Derailleur SRAM X01 11 speed Rear Hub hope pro 2 EVO(blue) Rear Shock RockShox Monarch RT3 DebonAir Rear Tyre Schwalbe Nobby Nic PaceStar 27.5x2.25in (tubeless) Rims WTB KOM i25 Saddle Madison Flux (NEW) Seatpost RockShox Reverb Stealth 150mm Shifters SRAM X1 Stem Race Face Respond, 45mm Weight (kg) 13.27 approx Year 2015 Weight (lb) 29.26 approx

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Oct 17, 2016 at 12:56
Oct 17, 2016
Oct 17, 2016 at 12:54
Oct 17, 2016

WTB Frequency i23 Team 27.5 wheelset

$80 GBP
Taken from my Transition Scout, little use, and they have been rebuilt, replacing the alu nipples with brass ones as the alu ones were just rusting leading to spokes busting but all sorted now, not used them since they were re built so like new, The front hub is SRAM MTH-716 and the rear hub is a DT Swiss 370, it also has an XD driver for an 11 speed hub, tubeless ready, just pop yer tyres on and stick in your sealant, pump up n go t here's some info on them from the website 150 bucks posted for the pair to you lovely boys on here TCS The tubeless compatible TCS rim profile is especially designed for TCS or UST tires and is also compatible with tube type tires when used with tubes. 4D Drilling WTBs spoke holes are drilled at the precise departure angle to align spoke head and nipple with hub flange, eliminating binding and lateral loading while also dispersing the load more evenly over a greater area. This prolongs the wheel’s lifespan and increases stability. WT69 Alloy WT69 Alloy has a 20% higher yield than 6000 series Aluminum alloy and is so strong that it can be extruded into lighter rims that are tougher and stiffer than their heavier competition. I-Beam The I-Beam adds strength to the inner rim cavity. This distinctive, centrally located vertical support counteracts spoke loads and provides lateral rigidity. On-Ramp An angled inner rim profile that allows the bead of the tire to move easily and smoothly into place during installation and inflation. Unbendium Bulge By adding a thin rib of aluminum to the outer hips of the rim, WTB has added measurable strength and stiffness to counter torsional and axial loads. This WTB innovation is found exclusively on Frequency and LaserDisc rims.

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