Just another 9 to 5 guy that likes to shred, free ride, and participate in the occasional DH race. My Favorite Quote: "You don't stop riding because you get old, you get old because you stop riding."

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Oct 21, 2017 at 15:48
Oct 21, 2017

Large (19.5) Trek Remedy 8

$1700 USD
Here is my 2015 Trek Remedy 8 size Large (19.5) for sale. Upgrades include Raceface Atlas bars and stem, MRP 2x bash guard / chain guide. XT breaks, IceTech rotors (203mm front / 180mm rear) fork upgraded from 140mm travel to 150mm. KS Lev Dropper. Only ridden twice this summer in Michigan. Normal wear for a mountain bike riden in Michigan. Never seen harsh, dusty, hot, desert conditions. Bike is ready to rip any trail out here, while easily climbing up anything you can pedal up. $1700 Asking price. Open to reasonable offers. Open to shipping. Buyer pays shipping and PayPal fees. I would prefer to sell as local as possible to avoid shipping, and PayPal. Local cash offers will go a long way negotiating price.

Feb 5, 2017 at 8:33
Feb 5, 2017
lbz215 suspended-productions's article
Feb 3, 2017 at 7:28
Feb 3, 2017
Dakotah Norton: 10,000 Hours of Focus Episode 3 - Video
Just moved to the north valley and riding SOMO during the "winter" months. Only about 1hr 45min drive for me to get up to Flag, and I'm counting down the days for the snow to melt up there so I can go shred.
lbz215 suspended-productions's article
Feb 3, 2017 at 7:25
Feb 3, 2017
Dakotah Norton: 10,000 Hours of Focus Episode 3 - Video
I know how you feel man! I grew up in SE Michigan and said F it, and moved to the UP to explore the riding and fell in love with the people. I just moved to Arizona not more than a few weeks ago. Gotta say ripping some of the gnarliest trails in January & February is just sick! I'm not a pro and my move was to support my wife's relocation for her job. It's not how you get there, it how you do it while you're there! I have high hopes to be back in MQT for their trail fest and LSGS races this June. Maybe I'll see Dakotah up there, he's been at the last 2 years, and yes a total chill dude from what I've seen and the few seconds I got a chance to just hang around a circle of bros talking about bikes and riding, and chilling. Cheers!
lbz215 FreehubMag's article
Dec 28, 2016 at 9:55
Dec 28, 2016
Michigan Meandering - Video
Man I'm gonna miss all my buds (and beers) at Blackrocks and the awesome trails the NTN, RAMBA, and Copper Harbor trails club build and maintain. I'm gonna miss dig days buttering up the jumps on the Benson Freeride trails, then ripping it up on Freeeride Friday's. Volunteering to tape race courses, run timing and racing the Trails Fest and Gravity Sessions series put on by my good friend Doc. The fellas here in Marquette are who helped me ride harder, smarter, and faster! The bike shops are top tier and the best in the state. I'll do everything I can to bring the Yooper steeze to my new home in Arizona next month and rep the 906 to the best of my ability. I may have been a transplant to the Yoop but Marquette will forever be recognized as home for me.
lbz215 paulaston's article
Dec 3, 2016 at 16:25
Dec 3, 2016
SixSixOne Evo LS Jacket and Shorts – Review
@meesterover: yeah, it was really meant more as a "hey check this out" FYI than take it as gospel. Hahaha... I have the Fox Titan Armor, and no neck brace. There are some armor that have integration pockets for neck braces. So take it for what it's worth I guess...
lbz215 FreehubMag's video
Dec 2, 2016 at 20:12
Dec 2, 2016
Yeah!!!! The 906 representing VOD! Lucky enough to call Marquette home and ride Copper Harbor any time I want. MQT and the Harbor are super sick ride centers with dialed trails and just as dialed brew pubs!!! Both areas deserve all of the credit they receive. Truly earned!

lbz215 paulaston's article
Dec 2, 2016 at 12:34
Dec 2, 2016
SixSixOne Evo LS Jacket and Shorts – Review
@meesterover: Check out this link. Gives a few reviews on compatibility of armor with neck braces.
Dec 2, 2016 at 12:14
Dec 2, 2016
lbz215 mikelevy's article
Nov 13, 2016 at 22:39
Nov 13, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: Why Do You Trail Build?
I've done my best to legit read every post here. To those of you with the political struggle of finding a legit way to build/maintain trails, I am sorry! That sux and is a big struggle! I've lived in areas where bike trails are legal and operated by a "legit" trail organization. What chapped my ass about some of these "legit" orgs is when they'd get all pissy if someone went out and cleaned a fallen tree or raked leaves in the fall because it wasn't "organized". Well F U to those groups! Anyway!!! I'll admit it's few and far between when a community (both politically and financially) supports (truly supports) trail advococy. But when they do! It's amazing! I've been lucky enough to behold this truly amazing feat. When IMBA recognizes a community and awards bronze, silver or gold ride center status, everyone wins! but it takes a lot to get there, and can hinder ability to just go out and build bandit trails. However, if you just show up to a couple "worker bee" events and show that you're worth your salt with a shovel, rake or anything that works it doesn't take a lot to get acces to a few tools to maintain and keep trails clean. Before you know it, you're collaborating with the "experts" to build something new and fun everyone can rip and enjoy! Politics can always change things, but if you stay positive, and work to be as legit as possible, nothing but good comes from a little dig work, whether it's dialing in an old trial or cutting in the next best free ride line! Hopefully this post keeps the positivity flowing! Cheers to everyone one there with a shovel!
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