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maglor dan-roberts's article
Mar 13, 2020 at 15:03
Mar 13, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: Would You Rather...? Quick-Fire Edition
'If I'd ask customers what they wanted, they would've told me a faster horse.' Henry Ford.
maglor pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 22, 2019 at 1:07
Oct 22, 2019
Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest: Win a RockShox Boxxer Ultimate
1, Brett Rheeder 2, Brandon Semenuk 3, Andreu Lacondeguy
Sep 2, 2019 at 5:19
Sep 2, 2019

Devinci Troy Carbon custom high spec

$1345 GBP
Selling my Devinci Troy that i built up from frame only so unique top spec with upgraded parts as i went Spec as follows: Marzocchi 350 NCR 160mm (adjustable down in 10mm increments internally if wanted) brand new in late 2017 Cane creek DBair IL shock, this was upgraded with all new parts in early 2018 to the new design, this shock makes the bike soak everything up. Wheelset; Hope pro4 straight pull hubs with DT swiss aerolite bladed spokes laced to Spank oozy 345 rim front and oozy 295 rim rear 27.5" Shimano XTR M988 disc brakes with finned pads and 200/180mm floating discs Shimano XT 11 speed gears with 11-46 large range cassette. Raceface Turbine dropper post 125mm Raceface Turbine crankset with Renthal 32t chainring Schwalbe Magic Mary adix soft front tyre, Bontrager SE4 rear, both wheels setup tubeless but back tyre got a small nick in it so had to put a tube in. Charge spoon saddle, does have some damage but still works fine. Red matching details like seat clamp, crank boots, gear/dropper cables Frame has a full invisiframe kit on it and has since new, some bits have dirt under or pealed up a little but frame underneath is fine, only small marks as can be expected on small areas where the tape doesn't cover, only note is some of the internal cable routing ports have some wear from the cables. Size large but compared to the new longer frames it comes up more like a medium so anyone around a medium-large will be fine (i'm 5'10) it is also setup a little slacker than standard due to the fork at 160mm so head angle more like 66 rather than the 67 standard, this can be adjusted if you want though, but this bike is alot more capable than its 140 rear travel suggest but still climbs brilliantly. I am open to the idea of splitting the bike or selling as frame only or just some parts but would have to be the right offer, would prefer pickup but can arrange postage if needed. any questions let me know.

maglor COMMENCALbicycles's article
Aug 20, 2019 at 6:28
Aug 20, 2019
Video: A Day With the Denim Destroyer Johannes Von Klebelsberg
I hope whoever signs him doesn't stop him wearing jeans
maglor jamessmurthwaite's article
Jun 17, 2019 at 2:09
Jun 17, 2019
Brook Macdonald vs Laurie Greenland: 2 Mondraker Summums Head to Head
It's mentioned a few times how they both want to be low on the bike and brook even has a custom low stack headset and yet they both run quite high 30mm rise bars, i'm intrigued why?
maglor edspratt's article
Jun 2, 2019 at 11:58
Jun 2, 2019
Final Results: Nove Mesto World Cup XC 2019
@MeltingSimmo: Hey James, bored much?
maglor edspratt's article
May 27, 2019 at 2:21
May 27, 2019
Final Results: Nove Mesto World Cup XC 2019
Hey Pinkbike; Why isn't Isla Short (who just came 15th and was 22nd at Rd 1) not an option on the XC fantasy league, i wanted to pick her from the start.
maglor pinkbikeoriginals's article
Apr 17, 2019 at 9:33
Apr 17, 2019
Video: Mike vs Mike: Geometry Battle - Specialized Stumpjumper vs EVO
I'd go conventional (non Evo) but with the slack head angle and steep seat tube from the Evo. Interestingly they both seem to agree there is such a thing as too low.
maglor raceface's article
Apr 9, 2019 at 0:56
Apr 9, 2019
Video: Race Face Announces Turbine SL Wheels with 'BC XC Grit'
I find it impossible to look past building a wheel set with quality Hope pro 4 hubs (with your choice of colour), lightweight spokes and an alloy rim of your choice (Spank rims personally) all for about £400, its a dreamy and personalised wheel build all for way less money than the majority of off the shelf alloy wheel sets. Its a no brainer!
maglor mikelevy's article
Apr 6, 2019 at 2:37
Apr 6, 2019
Review: SRAM's New G2 Ultimate Brakes
“good choice for anyone who doesn't need Code-like power“ Never understood why the Guides exists, why not just buy Codes, why not have all the power possible, If you want to save weight and don’t need power, buy a 2piston brake, if you need the power, buy the powerful 4piston ones, brakes are not an area you can save much weight so why bother, power is much more important.
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