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Feb 27, 2018 at 14:15
Feb 27, 2018

Fox Factory Performance Transfer Post 150 x 30.9dia

$225 USD
Fox's uber reliable Transfer Seatpost, brand new and in the box, so to speak. It was inserted into the frame but never installed (see below). It's the black anodized dropper post but the same performance as the more expensive Kashima coated post (which retails for about $100 more). 150mm of drop, 30.9 seat post diameter. Transfer remote lever NOT included (these are sold separately and I had a wolf tooth I was going to use so I didn't buy one). I got this for an Evil Following MB but my inseam is a wee bit short to be able to run this length of Transfer post; so I had to get a different brand that would work with my short legs. FYI, the overall length of this post is 484mm, if you have short legs you may wish to look elsewhere. I have a Fox Transfer on my other bike and love it. Paypal only, buyer pays shipping (I'm not a retail store :-). US shipping only unless you really want to hassle with customs fees.

Feb 23, 2018 at 15:41
Feb 23, 2018

Evil Wreckoning

$4100 USD
2017 Evil Wreckoning, size M I'm moving and won't need this bike where I'm going. So she's up for sale--kinda pissed; I only got 7 rides on her. XT Build: XT shifters, brakes, cranks, rear derailleur, and hubs (laced to Raceface Arc 30 rims, 32 spokes, 3x pattern). Suspension: Fox Factory 36 160mm travel fork with Fit 4 damper and a RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair rear shock (bike is pictured with a Fox DPX2 rear shock--if you want that shock add $200 to the price tag). Details: Chris King BB, WTB Volt team saddle, WTB breakout TCS Tough rear tire, Viglante TCS Light front tire, KS 150 dropper with Raceface Turbine dropper remote (I like it better than the KS), Raceface Atlas 50mm stem and bar (cut down to 760mm wide). ODI Lockon grips, One up 32 tooth chainring, XT 11-46 rear cassette. Shimano Saint rotors (better heat sink than standard Ice tech rotors; bike had one 7000 vertical foot descent with zero brake feedback; 203 front, 180 rear). Bike weight is 30.5 lbs without pedals. Notes: Pictured is a beauty mark on the left side of swing arm near the hub; it's cosmetic only. Tape on the frame is racer tape--aka helicopter tape--to protect frame from shuttle damage. Asking price is firm. Paypal or cash only. Buyer pays shipping plus insurance (optional); shipping within the US only.

Feb 13, 2018 at 10:43
Feb 13, 2018

Pivot Mach 429 Trail

$4000 USD
Pivot Mach 429 Trail for sale! This is a photo sample bike that saw a fair bit of usage last summer, but it's time to send it to a new home; bike was shot after a hasty clean up but it's since been well flossed: Suspension recently serviced, rear hub also recently overhauled. Drivetrain overhauled (new cable, housing, cassette, chain and chain ring), new front brake pads. NOTE: pics are of the old drive train. This is a full XT/Chris King build, as in: XT drive train and brakes, with 175 cranks and a 30tooth front ring, 11-42 rear cassette. The one exception is an XTR shifter. CK headset, BB, and Hubs laced to 32 hole Stans ZTR 30mm inner rim width Flow rims Thomson 125 internally routed post with a Fox Transfer remote (seat post recently serviced by Thomson). Thomson 50mm stem and 750 Trail carbon bar. WTB Silverado saddle Maxxis Minion DHF front and WTB Trail boss rear tire; front tire is used but not cooked; rear tire is new, minus 2 test rides. The dark marks are scuffs on the racer tape strips that are protecting the frame from scuffs and dings. There is one beauty mark on the rear swing arm (last photo); that is cosmetic only, and there are some beauty marks on the fork legs from the Yakima bike rack that I use--also cosmetic only. Buyer pays shipping; paypal or local pick up only. Price is FIRM. Contact me via text as I'm not on PB's site all that often.

meagerdude RichardCunningham's article
Jan 5, 2018 at 11:43
Jan 5, 2018
Patagonia Nine Trails Hydration Pack - Review
How is Patagonia anti mountain biking? If you're going to level an accusation, back that up with some substance.
Dec 6, 2017 at 6:26
Dec 6, 2017
Hi, sent you a private message regarding use of your photos just wondering if you've received it?
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meagerdude meagerdude's article
Nov 29, 2017 at 9:44
Nov 29, 2017
2017 Fall/Winter Gear Guide - Gear Essentials
You may have a wool sensitivity, @joni0001984; merino wool is substantially finer than a human hair and is generally soft next to skin. If that's the case, you may wish to try Patagonia's Capilene layers for a base layer. It has an anti stink treatment called polygiene that seems to work well.
meagerdude meagerdude's article
Nov 29, 2017 at 9:40
Nov 29, 2017
meagerdude meagerdude's article
Nov 29, 2017 at 9:39
Nov 29, 2017
2017 Fall/Winter Gear Guide - Gear Essentials
@ybsurf: we do get wet, too; all the testing I did for the clothing guide posted last week was done in rain, sleet, or snow, less a couple kits when it was just cold and dry, but the trails were still soggy. It's just during the summers that we have predominantly dry weather.
meagerdude meagerdude's article
Nov 28, 2017 at 8:48
Nov 28, 2017
2017 Fall/Winter Gear Guide - Gear Essentials
I stand corrected, @integralz; he's a Kiwi, not a Brit. Between him and Josh Bryceland it was always almost impossible to understand either of them coz their accents were so thick.
meagerdude meagerdude's article
Nov 28, 2017 at 7:48
Nov 28, 2017
2017 Fall/Winter Gear Guide - Gear Essentials
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