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Feb 27, 2017 at 11:18
Feb 27, 2017

STOLEN: Specialized Enduro S-Works XL

$10000 USD
Got another one of my Bikes stolen. Happened a while back in December 2016 Stolen In MORGAN HILL CA. Bike was only ridden twice... had a custom graphic (gold pinstriping) but just vinyl so it might have come off again. It is one of only 16 XL bikes that where available in north america for this model! so if anyone offers an XL for sale chances are... it had red Hope E4 tech brakes installed and a KS LEV 160mm dropper. also i switched the seat for a Specialized Power Pro Seat. other than that ist was stock S-works willing to pay reward if found!

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@Niko182: yeah, but at the same time you guys do not have a lot of natural, old single trails... In the alps you have millions of miles of age old single track form farming, mining or the wars up and down almost every mountain.The US, especially the west is simply not old enough to have these kind of trails. These trails are complete legal for hiking even if they cross privately owned land. They are barely "maintained" and if then its done by the mountaineering/hiking associations of the different countries. If you start building on these you will get in trouble with them and the land owners and thats something you don't want because mountain bikers need those organisations to have "positive feelings" towards mountain biking. These organisations have quite some weight in politics and could ultimately could cause a complete shut down of trail riding if they wanted to. For now mountain bikers are tolerated on a lot trails but we are not legally allowed to be on any single trails. Riding them could become a felony, which also is true for a motorized vehicle like a dirt bike or an e-bike, where now if caught you will usually get away with a warning. Bottom line: its better to ride whats already there then to mess around and piss of people by digging up their property...
michibretz mikelevy's article
Nov 11, 2016 at 9:56
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building is an american thing...
michibretz mikelevy's article
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michibretz mikelevy's article
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