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markus-a COMMENCALbicycles's article
Jan 15, 2019 at 12:3915 hours
Video: DJ Brandt Joins Commencal
Looks like a Van RC and most probably is one. Marzocchi is becoming or already is a budget brand. Too bad, imho the last generation Marzocchi shocks were realy good, still think that the 053 has the best damping in it´s class. Moto´s pretty underated too in my book.
Jan 5, 2019 at 5:12Jan 5, 2019
For sale is a Canyon Sender size XL Frameset was bought at the end of February 2018, I´m the original owner. Frame and shock are in perfect working condition, no dents or cracks. Normal wear of use, see pics. Frameset comes with: - Spare fender nib - Spare shock bolts nib - spare bearingset nib - new headset-bearings (ACROS) - +/- 1° headset cups, currently the 0° cups are installed - owners manual - rear axle - seat post collar - Cane Creek Double Barrel shock w 450 lbs spring - PM200 Adapter Private sale, hence no warranty or return
Jan 5, 2019 at 2:10Jan 5, 2019
For sale is a Hope Direct Mount stem for 31,8 mm handle bars, 40mm length
Jan 5, 2019 at 2:05Jan 5, 2019
For sale is a set of Hope Tech 3 V4 brakes 2018 model. 1 pair of new brake pads is included (not shown on the pics) Have a Hope DM stem for sale as well. Work perfect, some blemishes on one lever, see pics.
Jan 5, 2019 at 1:57Jan 5, 2019
For sale is a Suntour RUX, current model. Fork features both high speed and low speed rebound and compression adjusters, just like the Grip2 on the current Fox 40s. The SR PCS damper is quite similar not only in terms of adjusters. 200 mm travel air spring Low Speed Compression High Speed Compression Low Speed Rebound High Speed Rebound Tapered steerer steerer length 18 cm, star nut included 38 mm stanchions 2740 g as pictured PM 203 (no adapter needed for 203 mm discs) 20x110 mm boost axle (20x110m non-boost hubs fit as well, only a shim for mounting the brake disc is needed, available for ~ €3 from Hope and others, one shim is included) Bleed/Service ports Fork is in perfect working condition, no scratches on the stanchions, otherwise normal signs of usage. Have a Hope DM stem and Hope Tech 3 V4 brakes for sale as well
markus-a SCOTT-Sports's article
Dec 20, 2018 at 10:46Dec 20, 2018
Video: The Real Place to Party on Ibiza! - Chasing Trail Ep. 25
If you haven´t yet check out rideibiza.com (not affiliated). Ash has been building and maintaining a lot of the trails there, you can be shure to get best riding experience under his guiding. Been there twice. The riding on the island is really nice.
Jul 2, 2018 at 12:09Jul 2, 2018
For sale is a Canfield Brothers Jedi rare size XL, model year 2016. Best bike for rough downhill tracks. The Jedi is the reference for bikes with rearward axle path like the Antidote Darkmatter, Commencal DH 4.2, etc. Frame shows normal signs of use, no cracks or other structural damage. On the right chain stay the slapper tape was a bit too thin, so the chain left some marks. On the right seat stay there is a minuscule dent (see pic). I had three sizes of the Jedi (M, L and XL) and liked XL best at 185 cm height. Frame comes with: Cane Creek Fourty Headset Canfield Brothers Seat clamp Spare rear derailleur hanger
Jul 2, 2018 at 12:06Jul 2, 2018
For sale is a MDE Damper 650B size large, made in Italy. Frame comes with: (Frame accepts forks with 160-180mm travel) Works Components -2° angle set Original MDE headset seat clamp Adapter 160 mm > 180 mm PM Dropouts for 142x12 Shock no longer available. In my opinion the Damper is the better Banshee Rune (had the V2). The damper has a steeper seat-tube than the Rune is as if not more efficient on the climbs and a tad more composed on the descends. MDE provides diferent dropouts for the Damper, e.g 148 x 12 or longer dropouts which allows one to use 29" wheels as well. Except for a small neglible dent on the downtube the frame is in perfect working order. Normal wear (cable rub, etc.).
markus-a rossbellphoto's article
Apr 20, 2018 at 3:40Apr 20, 2018
More Tech Randoms - Lošinj DH World Cup 2018
@dannyc87: No problems here either. Had five BOS forks and three shocks, and still run some of them. The one time a had a repair to be done it took ~ 2 weeks incl. postage (was done by sports nut). Direct contact with bos never took more than 3 days via email and the small parts I ordered directly from BOS were shipped within a week. Except the issue with the one fork the parts were as reliable as they get. Otoh my new 36 developed bushing play within 20 days of riding. Still their idea of running a business is pretty strange, like not having a website for quite some time and the issues others actually had with customer service.
markus-a mikelevy's article
Apr 20, 2018 at 1:20Apr 20, 2018
Everything You Need to Know About Norco's New DH Bike
@jonaslp1: Having owned Jedis from M to XL I couldn´t disagree more.