Rider, Photographer and Filmmaker from Kamloops, BC.
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Apr 27, 2021 at 3:28Apr 27, 2021
Reluctantly posting my Demo up for sale to downsize to one bike for the season. I purchased it new in 2018 from the Bicycle Cafe in Kamloops and have been consistently upgrading it since then. Haven't ridden it a ton since starting university, a few days here and there at Sun Peaks, the ranch, and Whistler. I am 6'4" and the XL is a good size for me, I'd say anyone 6'0" and above would be happy on it. Spec as follows: 2018 Specialized Demo 8 I Carbon, XL in Black/Green (27.5") - Frame protection film redone last year. Full bushing and pivot service with all new hardware at the bicycle cafe last year. 200mm rear travel through a Specialized/Ohlins coil shock, as the bike came with - still one of the best rear suspension setups available in 2021. Comes with a 503LB and a 543LB spring. Rebuilt by Ohlins last year. 200mm RockShox Boxxer Team (Charger damper, coil-sprung BlackBox fork with Firm and Extra Firm springs included with the bike). New seals and service last year at the Bicycle Cafe. Chromag OSX 35 bars, BZA stem, Overture LTD saddle, Dagga Pedals, Squarewave XL Grips Truvativ descendant cranks, some cosmetic wear Raceface 36T NW Sprocket and a specialized top chain guide Full SRAM GX DH 7spd Groupset (Derailleur, shifter, cassette, freehub) SRAM Code R brakes, 200mm Centerline rotors - bled and Specialized wheelset, replaced the rear with a brank new Spank rim in black/green Maxxis Minion DHF tires F/R, the rear could use replacement after this season The bike has been well-maintained regularly at Cafe and Dunbar since new, and is the perfect bike for shuttling or park - I am going to miss it. Open to offers, and if you are on the coast I will be back and forth between Kamloops and there for work over the next few weeks. Cheers Max.
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Reluctantly posting my Trance up for sale to downsize to one bike for the season. I purchased it new in 2018 from the Bicycle Cafe in Kamloops and it was something of a dream build for me. The bike climbs insanely well and rips in the rough stuff, and is perfect here in the interior and also down on the Shore. I am 6'4" and the XL is a good size for me, I'd say anyone 6'0" and above would be happy on it. Spec as follows: 2018 Giant Trance Advanced I, XL in Black/Green/Yellow (27.5") 140mm rear travel through a Fox Float Factory shock, trunnion mount and Kashima coated Fox 34 Float Factory, Kashima, Fit4, 150mm travel Chromag OSX handlebars, HiFi stem, Trailmaster DT saddle, and Scarab pedals Full Shimano XT groupset with an 11-48T cassette XT brakes, 180mm rotors, fresh pads, and bled last month Giant carbon hoops, giant boost hubs, freshly trued Maxxis Minion DHF Tires front/rear in a tan sidewall, brand new last fall, 2.4" This bike has been well maintained regularly at the Bicycle Cafe and Dunbar Cycles in Vancouver since it was new. Open to offers, and if you are down on the coast I am there often and can bring it down if you are serious. Cheers, Max.
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Jan 19, 2021 at 2:04Jan 19, 2021
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Dec 23, 2020 at 1:28Dec 23, 2020
10 Products I Loved in 2020: Daniel Sapp
Third gen 4runners, 80 series Land Cruisers. Garbage on fuel, but great value and great in general before the price skyrocketed in the last few years.
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I've had this bike for the past year and it has been the perfect commuter bike for school. I won't be heading back to the coast in the fall so now is the time to part ways with it. I spent a lot to make this thing dialed and it hasn't let me down. The build list is as follows: 2019 Kona Big Dew. Kona Bars, Stem, 700C Rims, Seatpost, and Saddle. Shimano Alivio Hubs. Shimano Alivio front/rear mech, chain, cassette, sprockets, cranks (one has been replaced), and shifters. Shimano hydraulic brakes (140mm rotors front and rear). Lezyne water bottle cage and collapsible pump Blackburn pannier rack (Can also include Blackburn frame bag) Blackburn rain fenders (front/rear, included but not pictured) Chromag Contact pedals (included, not pictured) Schwalbe 1.75" Road Cruiser Tires, purchased this year Pinhead Antitheft System - Requires a unique key (which I have) in order to remove the seat post, front and rear wheels. Best antitheft system available. Abus Bordo Lock - Comes with two keys, solid and reliable lock, mounted as pictured. Worth $165 alone. The bike has been regularly maintained at Dunbar Cycles and the Bicycle Cafe and is in near-new condition. It is ready for any commute you could throw at it, and for long days on the backroads as well. Let me know if you have any questions, want to come to take a look, or would like to meet up somewhere. Shoot me an offer! $800 OBO
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