maxyedor mikelevy's article
Sep 24, 2017 at 9:57Sep 24, 2017
Park Tool, Lizard Skins, and Orange Seal - Interbike 2017
another major factor is how much it costs to have a booth at a trade show like Interbike. By the time you send a few sales reps out there, rent your booth space, build a booth, pay the union extortion for set up, power, hanging a banner, etc and get some stickers or cookies to give away, you're deep into 5 figures, if not 6. The expense of showing up at a major trade show can break a small company, with so many other ways to make connections and reach out to consumers these days, that expense is hard to justify.
maxyedor mikelevy's article
Sep 20, 2017 at 15:23Sep 20, 2017
Landyachtz's Reformable Carbon Fiber Seat - Interbike 2017
Seat designed around people getting fat? Fuckin' ebikes man!
maxyedor natedh9's article
Sep 11, 2017 at 8:54Sep 11, 2017
Tropic Thunder: Finals Photo Epic - Cairns DH World Champs 2017
To be honest, I wasn't wholey expecting a medal for Mick. He's an absolutely amazing rider, but hasn't been a true podium threat lately, but clearly he's still got it, so damn close. Hopefully this is a good omen for him, it would be nice to see both he and Bruni need to spend a bit more time on the podium throughout the season. Tracey on the other hand is always a threat for the win, so I kind of expected her to have a run like the one she was putting together. Seems to be the unfortunate theme of her season, so close, but not quite. She was the obvious choice early in the season for the overall, then it just didn't happen and really could have taken gold, and taken it decisively, such a huge bummer. Doubly so after seeing Rachael Atherton's post about the Hannahs being the ones there to help her out when she crashed, Tracey giving up her TT run to walk Rachael back up to the start, Mick helping her back up right after the crash, the karma gods must have been scared of the jungle and stayed home for this race. Gold medals or not the Hannahs are a couple of bad asses.
maxyedor paulaston's article
Sep 1, 2017 at 7:52Sep 1, 2017
Rotor's New RVolver Hub System and Dual Power Meter Cranks - Eurobike 2017
Indusrty9 FTW! 3 degree engagement, super easy to service with no special tools required, super light without giving an inch in terms of reliability and strength, and they're available in any color you want. 14 degree engagement is crap.
Added 13 photos to for-sale
Aug 25, 2017 at 10:02Aug 25, 2017
Aug 25, 2017 at 10:01Aug 25, 2017
Do you need a reliable brake set for your old bike, bar bike, or kid's bike? Buy these. Yeah they're old, but they hold a bleed better than any other brake I've owned, and stop really well. Make me an offer, shipping is $10. Gte them out of my parts bin
Aug 25, 2017 at 9:58Aug 25, 2017
Cleaning out the spares, have a couple bash rings, a couple sets of chainrings, a 2x10 GXP spider, will add more as I go. $10 ea for the loose rings and bash rings, $40 for the GXP spider w/rings
Aug 25, 2017 at 9:55Aug 25, 2017
Clearing the parts bin. These are the Sram OEM version of the X1 crankset, they use the GXP chainrings, same as X.0, but made from Al. These will fit normal (non BB30) bikes, they're stiff, light, and cheap, you should buy them. They come with a 2x10 spider, but no chainrinsg, if you need some chainrings, please see my other ads. Throw me an offer, and shipping is $10
Aug 25, 2017 at 9:50Aug 25, 2017
Clearing out the parts bin, these are the spares for my spares, so they need to go. Great condition, a couple minor scratches from me running out of talent. I can get you line lengths if you need them, but they're off a size large Carbine 29er, so pretty damn long. The rear is currently disconnected due to the internal routing, and it will either come with a spare barb and olive so you can install them, or I can reconnect and bleed them, whichever you prefer. Price is OBO, shipping is $10, make me an offer.
maxyedor claudiocaluori's article
Jul 26, 2017 at 15:26Jul 26, 2017
Claudio Rides Stevie Smith's Bike
Awesome tribute to Stevie, slaying his favorite trail on his trusty steed. Also, Claudio continues to impress me, first decent on a new trail, on a bike he's never ridden, set up for somebody else, after laying asphalt all day, giving commentary the whole ride, and he still rips!