I like to dirt jump
Sep 10, 2019 at 16:47Sep 10, 2019
Selling a pair of Odyssey Path Pro folding tires Size for both is 20 x 2.25” These tires have the lightweight folding bead SPECS FROM ODYSSEY Lightweight K-Lyte with Kevlar Folding Bead Directional tread pattern with smooth center tread Proprietary rubber compound Superior grip & wear resistance Micro-knurled side blocks 100 PSI max pressure Asking $50 for both tires, they retail for $40 individually Will ship with PayPal, buyer pays for shipping -Kevin
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Jul 23, 2019 at 13:12Jul 23, 2019
Must Watch: Kriss Kyle Fuses MTB & BMX in 'The Scottish Wildcat'
I wonder why he isn't wearing a red bull lid for this video
May 15, 2019 at 17:22May 15, 2019
Selling my Trek Session 88 in truly excellent shape with an elite-level build kit. Frame: Trek Session 88 (27.5”) - SIZE LARGE (only 3 rides old) Shock: Fox Performance Van (500 lb spring installed) Fork: Fox Factory Float 40 Cockpit: Deity Intake DM Stem, Deity Blacklabel Handlebar 25mm rise (evenly cut to 790mm) (both only 3 rides old) Grips: DMR Deathgrips (not pictured) Brakes: Shimano Saint with 203mm Ice Tech Rotors (front and rear) Wheels: DT Swiss FR1950 Gravity Classic (Both fully true with no dents at all) Tires: Bontrager G5, 27.5 x 2.5” (front and rear) Drivetrain: Saint Crankset, Saint 10-Speed Rear Derailleur, Saint Shifter, Saint Bottom Bracket, New XT Chain Saddle: Shimano P.R.O. DH Saddle Seatpost: Bontrager Elite Pedals: Bontrager Line Pro (only 3 rides old) Frame Protection: All Mountain Style covers the downtube, bottom of chain-stays, and lower half of seat-tube I bought this bike at the beginning of 2019 as a media bike directly from Trek. When I bought the bike the Frame and Shock were brand new. The rest of the bike came from a Session 9.9 Trek Media Bike which saw very very little use. The frame, shock, Deity parts, and pedals only saw 3 short rides total from brand new. The rest of the components are still in exceptional shape as well. The tires are the original tires from the media bike to give you an idea of how much riding the bike has experienced. The frame has no dents or cracks and only one small scratch inside the chain-stay area from an annoying rock. Frame basically looks brand new still. Whole bike basically looks new still. I am asking $2750 for a great bike in great shape. Bike is located in Riverside, CA right at the bottom of Big Bear/Snow Summit. Local pickup only, but willing to travel within Southern California to make a sale. Trek recommends a size large for people between 5’8” and 6’2”. Feel free to ask any questions. Thanks, Kevin
Apr 18, 2019 at 14:00Apr 18, 2019
Selling my 2018 Trek Remedy 9.7 that is in great shape with a fully custom build, literally nothing is stock. The Debonair suspension front and rear feels amazing. Nicer spec than the Remedy 9.8 build. Bike comes with two shocks too! FRAME: Trek Remedy 9.7 (Carbon Front, Alloy Stays) Large 19.5 FORK: Rock Shox Lyrik RCT3 (upgraded Debonair Air Spring) SHOCK #1: 2019 Rock Shox Super Deluxe Debonair RC3 (only several rides old) (2019 model features newer Debonair air can which features 16% reduced static friction and 22% reduced stick/slip friction compared to the original super deluxe) SHOCK #2: Rock Shox Deluxe RT3 ReAKtiv (just serviced with new seals and oil one ride ago) WHEELS: Bontrager Line Pro (Both true with upgraded 6 pawls in rear hubs) (no dents at all) SEATPOST: Rock Shox Reverb 170mm with 1x under bar remote lever STEM: Bontrager Line Pro 50mm length HANDLEBAR: Bontrager Line 27.5mm rise 780mm width uncut BRAKES: SRAM Guide RSC levers with Avid Code calipers (200mm rotor front 180mm rotor back) CRANKSET: Shimano XT Boost 175mm (chain-guide pictured not included with sale) SHIFTER: Shimano XTR shifter w/slick cable, carbon shift lever DERAILLEUR: Shimano XT 11-speed clutch rear derailleur CASSETTE: Shimano XT 11-46 range CHAIN: New Shimano XT chain (installed after pictures were taken) TIRES: Maxxis DHF 2.5 Front, Bontrager SE5 2.3 tire Rear (both still have some life) (setup tubeless) GRIPS: Sensus Lite lock-on SADDLE: Ergon SME3 PEDALS: If you ride flats, I can include pedals I am the original owner. Bike is in great shape and I had a lot of injuries over the past summer which prevented me from riding a lot. I have worked in bike shops in the past and always take care of my bikes and clean them often. The entire downtube and bottom bracket area and part of seat tube has been covered with All-Mountain Style frame protector since I purchased the bike. Frame has no dents or cracks. Wheels have no dents either. Only blemish is a small paint chip on the back of the seat tube from a flying rock (pictured), it didn’t damage the carbon at all. I will leave the chip exposed so the buyer can look at it. I had All-Mountain Style covering it, sadly when I removed it some clear coat came off too. I will supply the buyer with some new All-mountain Style so they can re-cover it. I just wanted the buyer to see the chip, so they could make a confident purchase. Bike is in Riverside, CA. Willing to travel to most parts of Southern California or San Luis Obispo area to make a sale. Asking $2850 for a great bike which I feel is a very generous price. Thanks for looking, Kevin
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Apr 9, 2019 at 17:22Apr 9, 2019
Video: Nico Vink, Damon Iwanaga, Kyle Jameson, & Christian Rigal's Utah Road Trip
Damn Christian's 360 was sick. By far most blown away by his riding in this. Already knew everyone else shredded. Didn't know a pro BMX rider/filmer was gonna send it in Utah!
Photo by kevinridesfelt