kram

Founder of LoamLab Components
www.loamlab.bike

Co-founder of Khyber Racks
www.khyberracks.com

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Selling
Apr 21, 2024 at 17:11
Apr 21, 2024

Fox Float X2

$450 CAD
Brand new take off from a SC Nomad 6. 230x65mm Will ship at buyers expense. Or pickup in Squamish.

kram OneUpComponents's article
Sep 27, 2023 at 12:36
Sep 27, 2023
OneUp Announces New EDC Tube Strap Mount & Inline Pump Mount
You don't even need to use the strap. The first thing I do when I install my pump mount is take the strap off and then use a sander to remove the tab to make it nice and smooth. Never lost a pump ever, and I've been running it like that ever since the pump came out on all my bikes, and my wife's bikes as well.
kram Mandownmedia's article
Sep 18, 2023 at 13:12
Sep 18, 2023
Tech Randoms: Châtel EDR World Cup 2023
They are actually remarkably adept at saving you from crashing when striking trees at speed. You can see a video of a tree strike here https://www.instagram.com/reel/ChIu-R-gKMz/ And another on the product page here https://www.loamlab.bike/products/counterpunch?variant=34531576250534 There are reviews to see what people who use them are saying too.
Selling
Jul 23, 2023 at 9:09
Jul 23, 2023

Santa Cruz V10 Medium

$2000 CAD
Can't really believe how cheap I have to price this to get it to move, but here we are at $2000CAD. The hubs and headset cost more than this. Anyway, here's what you can get for $2000. 2016 SC V10 Medium. Chris King Hubs and headset DVO Onyx Fork and Jade Shock XTR Brakes/shifter/derailleur XT Cassette run as 7sp Race Face SixC cranks/ring/BB MRP G3 Guide Renthal Stem LoamLab Bar Thomson Post WTB Saddle Santa Cruz Palmdale Grips Light bicycle rims (see note at bottom about cracked rear rim) Shimano SPD pedals. Minion DHR2 tires both ends. Has battle scars from shuttling, but in good condition for it's age. Last few years has been ridden only a few days per year. It has not been WBP pounded to death even remotely. Between injuries, road trips, and the riding scene's shift away from shuttling DH bikes and into enduro style riding, it's had few bike park days despite living in Squamish. One nic on left stanchion (can see in photo). Note: The rear rim is cracked (has been holding up still with several rides since it cracked), and will need replacing at some point. I just had a serious injury and don't have the ability nor motivation to deal with it, so I've priced accordingly. (Visible in photo). Pickup in Squamish only. Since I am injured, I cannot box it, so it must be picked up in person.

kram mattbeer's article
Mar 16, 2023 at 15:36
Mar 16, 2023
Annie Ford Sets World Record for Descending the Most Vertical on a Bicycle
Nicely done. I have an idea how much effort that takes. Anyone who thinks they could show up and do this hasn’t tried. The preparation required is huge. Hats off to you Annie.
kram jamessmurthwaite's article
Nov 26, 2021 at 21:52
Nov 26, 2021
Pinkbike Annual Community Survey: Full 2021 Dataset
@lepigpen: this is household income not individuals. Still surprisingly high number though.
kram mattbeer's article
Nov 20, 2021 at 19:38
Nov 20, 2021
Pinkbike Poll: What Was the Greatest Advancement In Mountain Bike Technology?
@thenotoriousmic: Agreed. Disc brakes were the main event. Since suspension isn’t in the list but better air suspension is, I’m assuming in this thought experiment that suspension is available. If you had to go back to riding a bike and parts that were available the moment decent disc brakes were, geo is less of a thing unless you’re 6’2” or taller. You could get a hard tail that’s an XL designed for a 2” fork and put a 4” fork on it, put the shortest stem you could find in the day which was about 50-60mm and you could get riser bars then too, so most of your geo problems are solved. The rest of the things on the list I could live without as long as I had discs; although I’d miss the dropper.
kram urteam's article
Sep 27, 2021 at 22:45
Sep 27, 2021
Video: Joe Breeden’s Winning Run from the Psychosis DH - Crankworx BC 2021
This is nerding out a bit, but so is calling a beanie a toque, so here goes: The start of the race is at 1946.1m and the finish line is 789.9. The vertical relief is 1156.2m, but there is 58.48m of uphill, most of it all at once, but there 2 more short climbs. So the total amount of descending after gaining the additional vert is 1214.7m. I could go for a beaver tail.
kram pinkbikeoriginals's article
Sep 27, 2021 at 22:31
Sep 27, 2021
Video: Tom Bradshaw Races Psychosis DH On A Hardtail
@Tombrad: I don't know how you managed! I've told many people that it's the best DH track in the world, and when they ask why I say one of the reasons is because you use all of your suspension, all of the time. Generally that's a little bit of a hyperbolic statement, but in your case you most definitely were!
kram ober's video
Sep 27, 2021 at 17:01
Sep 27, 2021
video
Too many pixels!! ;)

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