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leejonathan47 mikelevy's article
Jun 20, 2019 at 13:43
Jun 20, 2019
ENVE Will Replace Your Rim, No Questions Asked
Man, ENVE really can't win with y'all at this point. Any company that provides a lifetime warranty like this should be commended. Kudos to all of them.
leejonathan47 edspratt's article
May 24, 2019 at 12:20
May 24, 2019
Results: XCC Short Track - Nove Mesto World Cup XC 2019
I'm sure your comment comes from goodwill and wanting to see more American riders up there, and I'm sure you didn't mean it as a slant, but it does read that way. Keegan Swenson is the rider who earned a 2nd row call up against the world's best with a 13th place finish, and I'd say that's really impressive. Right now, if you are an American XC racer, there is VERY little financial incentive to compete on the World Cup level. Conversely, you have Epic Rides races with big financial payouts, gravel races that raise your profile across more than just the XC audience, and even pro road teams offering contracts to mountain bikers like Sepp Kuss. That's not to say if our riders all went over to Europe instead of taking these opportunities that they would dominate or be at the front. World Cup racing is the best of the best in the XCO world, and learning to be successful at that level is totally unique. That said, it's not like our top guys aren't very good riders. Maybe not on Nino's level, but his level of dominance is almost unprecedented. We've had a long period where the cycling culture and infrastructure has not invested in XC racing in the US, but that is finally starting to change. The massive growth of NICA will surely add more riders on the results sheet in coming years, and USA Cycling will hopefully invest even more resources into supporting them.
Dec 18, 2017 at 20:13
Dec 18, 2017

YT Tues CF Comp

$2600 USD
A good friend of mine traded a dirt bike for this DH bike and asked me to sell it. Here's some more info on the bike and its build: https://www.bikemag.com/gear/mountain-bikes/review-yt-tues-cf-comp/ The bike is in great shape with only minor cosmetic blemishes. It's been well taken care of from what I can see. Please let me know if you have any questions. Cheers! Will ship within USA through a local bike shop at buyer's expense.

Dec 18, 2017 at 19:50
Dec 18, 2017


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Dec 14, 2015 at 17:42
Dec 14, 2015

Specialized Stumpjumper Hardtail - M (17.5)

$3000 USD
2015 Specialized Stumpjumper (19.8 lbs as pictured) Condition: Minor cosmetic blemishes, perfect working order. Bike was hand washed, lubed and maintained after every ride. Frame and all other components were waxed and conditioned every week. Suspension was maintained by Rockshox. Steering stem can accommodate 1.5cm of spacers, and the stem can be flipped as well. Model: Comp Carbon (Frame, fork, stem and brakes are only stock items) • Wheels: Roval Control SL 29" 142+ • Groupset: SRAM XX1 w/X01 cassette (30t ring) • Handlebars: Truvativ Noir T40 Carbon (700mm wide) • Seat post: S-Works 27.2 400mm uncut • Saddle: 2015 Specialized Phenom Expert Ti • Pedals: Crank Brothers Eggbeater 2 Black • Grips: ESI Racer's Edge • Sensors: Wahoo RPM Cadence Sensor, Garmin mount • Accessories: Specialized SWAT kit with multi tool, compartment, tube, lever, CO2 and chain breaker. Extras • Roval Control 29" wheelset • Shimano XT Groupset (nearly brand new) • two Specialized S-Works Fast Trak tires • Specialized aluminum Flatbar (700mm) • Specialized seat post (27.2 400mm) • Specialized Phenom Comp saddle Pricing • $3,500 as pictured with extras (+$5,000 value) • $3,000 with XT Groupset instead of XX1 • $2,500 with Roval Control wheels and XT Groupset instead of Roval Control SL and XX1 I absolutely love this bike. It took me to a State Championship win and a National Championship podium finish. I always sell my bikes every year, but this one is hard to let go of. If I wasn't going to be riding for a new company in 2016 I would definitely hold on to this one.

leejonathan47 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 25, 2014 at 19:45
Sep 25, 2014
Recap: 2014 Kamikaze Bike Games
Balls are very much intact. The trick is to never ride with a dropper. Once you do, you never go back, but if you just deny yourself of it, then you don't know what you're missing. It's a very sad lycra clad reality we live.
leejonathan47 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 25, 2014 at 9:44
Sep 25, 2014
Recap: 2014 Kamikaze Bike Games
I was one of the XC racers and as silly as it seems to include the XC race on here, I've got to admit that it would be cool to see some coverage. That was THE best XC course I've ever raced. Sure it wasn't as gnarly as the Pro GRT, but they included bike park and flow trail sections and some good technical stuff with Shotgun and a couple of other trails. It's nowhere near as interesting to watch or read about for most, but at the very least I want to give kudos to the event organizers for putting on a technical and challenging XC course.
Sep 2, 2014 at 15:02
Sep 2, 2014


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