Oct 1, 2018 at 14:13Oct 1, 2018
Added 13 photos to Buysell
Jun 27, 2018 at 18:31Jun 27, 2018
Jun 27, 2018 at 18:26Jun 27, 2018
2012 Trek Slash (size Large) with multiple upgrades from stock (including a 2015 RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair 210x60 shock). Converted to 1x10 with Wolf Tooth conversion kit. Ideal trail/enduro bike with 160mm of travel and an amazing bike for Sandy Ridge, Black Rock or Hood River. No dents or major dings, just some paint rub and somewhat less wear than might be expected from a bike from this model year. I’ve just had the bike tuned and suspension serviced at River City Bicycles. *Indicates an upgrade Shock: 2015 RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair 210x60* Fork: Fox Racing 36 Talas R* Wheels: Bontrager Rhythm Comp TLR Disc wheel system, 20mm front hub, 142x12mm rear hub, 28 hole - converted to tubeless (26")* Tires: Maxxis Minion DHR II EXO and DHF EXO 3CMaxxterra (brand new tires)* Rear shifter: SRAM X9, 10 speed Rear derailleur: SRAM X0 Crank: SRAM X9 with Wolf Tooth 30T* Bash Guard: MRP* Cassette: SRAM 11-42, 10 speed (including a 16 & 42 Tooth from Wolf Tooth)* Saddle: Bontrager Evoke 2, chromoly rails Seatpost: RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post, 31.6mm, zero offset Handlebar: Race Face Atlas Mountain Bike Handlebar (Red, 31.8-mm Clamp, 785-mm Wide, 0.5-Inch Rise)* Stem: Race Face Atlas 50mm* Headset:FSA NO.57E, E2, ACB sealed bearings Brakeset: Avid Elixir 9 hydraulic disc brakes Mud Guard: Race Face*
mfreeman72 joeyschusler's article
Jun 25, 2018 at 11:40Jun 25, 2018
MUST WATCH: 'RJ Ripper' - Joey Schusler's New Film About Nepal’s Fastest Rider
Let me be clear: In the decade or so I've been reading Pinkbike, this is the most engaging piece and video I've ever seen. It's actually the best mountain bike video I've seen, period. RJ's story is almost incomprehensible; EVERYTHING we take for granted, the fortunate draw of where and to whom our birth has placed us, he has had to not just work for, but invent the ways of working for it. I wish I had 10% of his passion and drive. The video itself not only transcends but elevates videos in our sphere of passion; it's gorgeously shot and lush, woven together with RJ's passionate but factual interviews making it just a piece I want to not only keep watching, but get everyone I know to watch. Even the end credits are just beautiful. Kudo's to Joey and his team for the amazing work, and Mandril for giving back. Love. Love. Love
Jul 15, 2015 at 21:47Jul 15, 2015
As the title says...2010 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp, XL size (I'm 6'1). Great do-anything, go-anywhere bike for the Pacific Northwest -- I've ridden everywhere (albeit conservatively, given my limit skill set and middle age) including the North Shore, Squamish, Whistler, Bellingham, Sandy Ridge and Bend. Bike has normal wear and tear (some paint rubs, and few nicks) but no major damage, gouges or anything of major significance. I've done some upgrades on the bike, including: -Specialized Command Post dropper post. -Wider (750mm) bars -- I can include the old bars if you want. -A slightly shorter (50mm?) stem -- again, I can include the old stem. -Brand new (seriously -- one 25 minute ride on them) Purgatory 2.2 tires. -I'll even include the Shimano PD-M450 Clipless Pedals, which I'd argue are the worlds most bomb-proof, durable and maintenance-free pedal. I'm in Salem next week (Tuesday), as well as Seattle area (Friday/Saturday) if you want to meet. Otherwise I'm willing to drive up to 45 minutes to meet you.
mfreeman72 churchman26's article
Jan 11, 2014 at 15:19Jan 11, 2014
Video: Morocco 2013
Interesting. I was in Morocco in September and managed to hook up with a terrific local outfitter out of Marrakech (http://www.argansports.com). The riding was fun, but as we rode in the Atlas Mountains near Imlil it was less red rock and more alpine forests, etc. I'd be interested in the specific locations where this was shot.
Posted in "Going Riding Around Portland, Oregon!"
Oct 26, 2013 at 17:43Oct 26, 2013
mfreeman72 Margus's article
Sep 19, 2013 at 16:38Sep 19, 2013
Interbike 2013 - Day 3
Given how much she's contributed to actively getting women into mountain biking, I'm thinking Kat Sweet deserves to be credited in the photo with Schley. Attaway, Ms. Sweet.
mfreeman72 ThreadKiller's article
Sep 11, 2013 at 13:28Sep 11, 2013
2013 Oregon Enduro Finals - Photo Epic
Great photos, really captured the spirit of the event. Bummed I couldn't make it but these pictures are outstanding. That rock drop on Sandy that some riders chose to go around? Tough call. The drop is faster, but the landing for that drop is a little sketchy (it's a little hard building speed up to it). I've had days where it's been fine...and a few days where, well, I've got scars.
mfreeman72 artbarn's article
Jul 25, 2013 at 19:56Jul 25, 2013
Video: Fresh From The 'Barn - Fraser Newton
+1000 Fraser's one of my favourite guys in the industry. He's off-the-charts decent and kind, a great guy all-around, and one of the most meticulous mechanics I've ever had the pleasure to work on my ride. The kind of guy that makes the town Squawesome. Tip o' the hat to him, Sandra and Dave and the rest of the crew at Corsa.
Economic Impacts of Mountain Biking Tourism
7 Jun 2014