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Apr 20, 2019 at 11:17Apr 20, 2019
Apr 20, 2019 at 11:15Apr 20, 2019
Reluctantly putting my beloved downhill bike up for sale due to lack of use. I've had the bike a few years now and has been maintained thoroughly. Brand new front triangle fitted this year, forks serviced and shock serviced by TF tuned only a few rides ago. I have advertised as large since comparatively to other modern downhill bikes the XL is more like an L. I'm 6ft and fits me perfect but wouldn't normally ride an XL. Spec: Frame: Intense M16A 650B size XL Fork: Rockshox Boxxer WC Shock: Canecreek DB coil with 450lb vault spring Wheelset: Reverse 650B 7 speed (had these for years and just keep running, have a few dings but still run tubeless fine) Tyres: Schwalbe Magic Mary Super Gravity, setup tubeless Drivetrain: Sram GX 7 speed Brakes: Shimano Saint Bars: Renthal Fatbar Alu, cut to 780 Cranks: Sram XO carbon Seatpost/saddle: Pro seatpost and Nukeproof Horizon Saddle Living in Sheffield/Huddersfield if you want to arrange seeing it in the flesh, you won't be disappointed. Any questions then ping us a message on here. Cheers, Mikey
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Nov 12, 2018 at 11:27Nov 12, 2018
7 Reasons to Go to Sheffield Uni
Yeah South Wales has great riding and all, but at the end of the day, you live in Wales...
Oct 16, 2017 at 8:06Oct 16, 2017
hi mikey. could I arrange a viewing of this bike. please give me a ring on 07764968901. cheers. Damien.
Sep 13, 2017 at 6:24Sep 13, 2017
Well loved Specialized Enduro Expert Carbon for sale. This has been my main bike for the last couple of years and has been professionally maintained by my local bike shop who sponsor me. Bearings have recently been changed and a new chain fitted. Everything else is running sweet. There is the usual amount of wear on the frame, mainly on the aluminium rear triangle where my heel has removed paint and standard cable rub on the top of the fork crowns but otherwise it is in good condition for a 2 year old bike. The other parts of the frame like the top tube, down tube and back of the seat tube has been covered in invisiframe from new. Frame: Specialized Enduro Expert Carbon/Aluminium rear size large Forks: Rockshox Pike RC w/ Charger Damper Rear Shock: Rockshox Monarch Plus RT3 Drivetrain: Sram GX 11sp mech and cassette, X01 shifter, steel 32T chainring, Sram carbon cranks Brakes: Sram Guide RS Wheels: Hope tech enduro with pro2 rear hub and pro4 front hub Tyres: Maxxis Minion DHF 3C front, Maxxis HR2 3C rear (will need replacing soon but I have a few part worn spares you can choose from) Handlebars: Renthal Fatbar Carbon cut down to 760mm Stem: Renthal Apex 40mm Seatpost: Specialized Command Post (just serviced) Saddle: Fabric Scoop I'll throw in the original roval rear wheel too which is in good condition. Unfortunately the front rim has had it but you can have the hub to build up as a spare too. Any questions don't hesitate to pop me a message, I will try to reply same day. Cheers, Mikey
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May 26, 2017 at 3:46May 26, 2017
The Rise Socks Testing with Aidan Horn
That is the stupidest, most genius bit of marketing I've ever seen. Didn't once take my eyes off his feet!
Apr 4, 2017 at 10:54Apr 4, 2017
For Sale is my Solid Strike Black Star Limited Edition frame. It is a super fast and planted bike, low, long and slack. Perfect for anyone wanting to get stuck into racing or just get to the bottom of the hill before all their mates. It is technically M/L size but it is sized like most large bikes. I'm just shy of 6ft and it's a perfect fit. Shock is running smooth with a 350lb spring. Frame bearings have recently been replaced so running super smooth and the spare mech hanger and carbon shock guard is included. The frame does have it's fair share of scuffs but everything is cosmetic and would be easily be fixed with a bit of touch up paint (or just go raw!), there are absolutely no dents. It's been sat in the garage at home unused for the last 6 months so it's time for a new owner, I'll make sure she's all polished up before she goes! Cheers for looking, any questions don't hesitate to ask, Mikey
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Dec 16, 2016 at 4:05Dec 16, 2016
Pinkbike Poll - How Much Dropper Post Travel Do You Prefer?
@Gweggy: Totally agree with you. The seat definitely plays more of a part in steering than people think! I used to run my downhill bike with the seat slammed (Or just at a height that 'looks about right') but I raised it 2 or 3 inches and it helped a lot with my steering and positioning on the bike by putting me in the habit of standing with my knees straighter instead of squatting on the bike. This conserves loads of energy on all descents by returning to this position in places where you can, particularly between corners. Another thing is simply having it there to sit on in a controlled position so in those sketchy times when you slip a foot and end up railing the saddle you don't want it fully slammed because it's gonna be difficult to get them feet back on the pedals!
Sep 7, 2016 at 7:06Sep 7, 2016
Leatt DBX 5.5 neck brace for sale, only used a hand full of times and has no signs of wear. Comes with original box and all original bits and bobs that come with the neck brace including all size/shape adjusting pieces and clear straps.
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