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Yeti ARC - XL

$3750 USD
2021 Yeti ARC - XL Built this bike from the frame up and recently got a new Stumpjumper so I swapped a few parts over from that: Frame was bought August 2021 Matte Ride Wrap 2022 Fox 34 Stepcast (120mm of travel) w/ 3 volume spacers (1 in the fork, 2 additional) Sram G2 Brakes (180 Front / Rear) Specialized 31.8mm S-Works carbon bars (780mm uncut) 50mm Industry Nine A318 Stem in silver V1 OneUp Dropper Deity grips Shimano XT 11spd drivetrain w/ 11-46T casette OneUp 32T front chainring Specialized Roval Carbon wheels w/ DT Swiss 350 hubs + spare XD driver Specialized Ground Control 2.35 tires Feel free to reach out with any questions!

kfilenda mattbeer's article
Sep 7, 2022 at 9:26
Sep 7, 2022
Field Test: 7 Unique Enduro Bikes Battle Another Impossible Climb
You're more than welcome to come to Bellingham and give that climb a try without the added "obstacles" Fun video!
kfilenda 7mesh's article
Aug 29, 2022 at 11:18
Aug 29, 2022
7mesh Launches WTV Collection
From their about page: "OUR NAME 7mesh isn’t a real word. But it was inspired by a very important one. Over the last century anthropologists have worked alongside members of the Squamish Nation to document their spoken language. The work of the BC Native Language Project developed the writing system used today, resulting in our town being known as Squamish / Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh. Inspired by this important collaboration, we adopted our name as a show of respect to the People that have lived here for countless generations, and to exemplify our goal of contributing to progress on indigenous issues in our country. Why is progress needed? The uncomfortable truth is that Canada's history of colonialism and treatment of Indigenous Peoples is dark, and needs to be recognized. As just one example, BC is home to 34 distinct indigenous languages, all of which are endangered. These languages were severely impacted over many decades by government policies designed to eliminate First Nations’ cultures completely. At 7mesh we are on a learning journey, and we encourage all Canadians to familiarize themselves with the difficult parts of our history, including residential schools and the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Let’s celebrate positive steps - but as settler-descendants and allies, let’s also recognize we have a long, long way to go. Several organizations champion the revitalization of First Nations language and culture in Canada. Our strongest partnership is with the Indigenous Youth Mountain Bike Program, see more about the great work they do below. 7mesh has also contributed to: Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Lil̓wat7úl Cultural Centre First Peoples’ Cultural Foundation New Hope Community Bikes Reconciliation Canada IYMBP"
kfilenda henryquinney's article
Feb 18, 2022 at 14:58
Feb 18, 2022
Pinkbike Poll: Is It Ever OK to Pressure Wash Your Bike?
Living in the PNW and being able to ride year round comes at the cost of replacing bottom brackets / pivot bearings / headsets usually in the Spring haha. Really muddy rides, I will usually just blast the bike off with a house quick and call it good.
kfilenda ridetenet's article
Feb 11, 2022 at 17:51
Feb 11, 2022
Tenet Introduces Bellingham-Made Omen Pedal
Come to the PNW, you can ride every single day of the year... rain or shine. I probably pull my pedals apart once every 3-4 months to clean and regrease.
kfilenda mikekazimer's article
Feb 9, 2022 at 14:20
Feb 9, 2022
kfilenda mikekazimer's article
Feb 2, 2022 at 12:30
Feb 2, 2022
Maxxis Updates EXO+ Tire Construction
Just offer it in OEM white on all the tires and I'd be okay with that
kfilenda sarahmoore's article
Feb 1, 2022 at 11:10
Feb 1, 2022
First Look: Saris' New Modular Hitch System Bike Rack
Anyone heard of this little Wisconsin based company called 1up?
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