fairly new biker just gettin into the sport
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May 22, 2017 at 16:17May 22, 2017
This bike was purchased about 5 years ago from Reynolds cycle here in London. I was overly ambitious when I bought it and realistically put one solid season on it. Limited riding since then maybe 1000km total. It's been well maintained with new OEM tires and brakes done last year. Rides like new. Looks almost new as well, has never been crashed but has a small cosmetic scratch on the left brake lever from moving it around in my garage. The only aftermarket parts are the pedals which are Shimano ( SPD cleated). Trip computer/speedometer/odometer needs a battery but comes free with the bike. 56cm frame suited to riders 5'10-6'2 *Clip on tri-bars are not included*
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Jul 30, 2013 at 11:04Jul 30, 2013
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May 5, 2013 at 0:31May 5, 2013
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Apr 27, 2013 at 23:18Apr 27, 2013
I was interested actually to hear a little more about the geometry, I think it's awesome that the BB sits below the axles.. I'm an engineer so maybe nobody else cares, but I'd love to try something like this and in some ways I have to say that a VOD like this for truly groundbreaking new technology is worth being highlighted today! There was great riding, videography and information, the research and development team for this machine deserve a day of recognition!
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Apr 15, 2013 at 20:37Apr 15, 2013
Apr 15, 2013 at 0:45Apr 15, 2013
I'm selling a heavily upgraded Specialized Hardrock (2009). It's been taken care of extremely well and is in very good shape. The paramount upgrade is the Rockshox Tora 302 Fork. 32mm stanchions, rebound adjust, travel adjust from 85mm-130mm and remote lockout which means there's a control on the handlebars to stiffen or soften the fork while riding (for climbing and descending generally). It was (2011) give or take a $300 piece of hardware. It was well worth every penny! I've also gone to a slightly lighter and more durable wheelset from specialized as I had some issues with the original one. ($250) I've upgraded the pedals to kona "premo" pedals from the steel and plastic ones that came on it. Trivial to some, but I went to ODI lockon grips because they're lightweight and very comfy. As a side note, I have a personal preference towards V-brakes (and a relatively good tektro set is currently on the bike) but I will happily include the Hayes MX3 Mechanical disk brake that came with the bike (complete with a brake/shifter pod and cables). The fork has mounts and I have the mounting bracket for the calipers. I do not however have the rotor anymore, it warped on me and I pitched it some time ago but they're cheap anyway. This would be an excellent commuter/ bombproof trail bike or entry level DJ rig (with the beefier fork) for anyone who is between 5'9" and 6'2" Feel free to ask any me anything about it. Generally speaking I'm only interested in cash, however if someone has a roadbike/hybrid in the ballpark of a giant rapid 3, Specialized Allez sport or Giant Defy 3 I'd happily trade and throw in a couple hundred bucks depending on the bike and it's condition. With regards to a trade, I'm looking for a new road bike in the ballpark of a Giant Defy or a Specialized Allez. I'd be willing to throw in a couple hundred bucks as well if anyone has something 54-56cm in good shape!
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May 9, 2010 at 9:44May 9, 2010
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Mar 14, 2010 at 23:56Mar 14, 2010
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Mar 14, 2010 at 23:48Mar 14, 2010