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Jun 3, 2020

Yeti SB150 - T Series - Large

$2000 GBP
Large SB150 Turq frameset 9 Months old Invisiframe from new Turquoise King inset headset Yeti Grease Gun CHOICE of rear shock: Super Deluxe Ultimate RCT or Super Deluxe Ultimate Coil RCT with 2x Red Springs (350 & 400) Yeti Seat Clamp Excellent order throughout - just been giving complete strip down clean and re-grease & rebuild to correct torques, including switch infinity. Frame always kept well looked after and lubed. Invisiframe has done a fantastic job, only 1 area on down tube where it’s gone through but paint is fine underneath. Couple of marks from general use from wheel debris on the infinity bridge and a drop of cable rub on rear brake outlet but overall excellent condition. All marks pictured. Yellow flashes taped over with Red can easily be removed (on top of the invisiframe) Both shocks / headset all in perfect order. Best bike I’ve ever ridden - only selling as I’ve ordered an SB130

moominator mikekazimer's article
Apr 9, 2020 at 8:19
Apr 9, 2020
First Ride: RockShox's Updated DebonAir Air Spring - Pond Beaver 2020
00.4020.552.000 Air Spring Upgrade Kit - DebonAir C1 160mm (Includes DebonAir C1Assembly, seal head) - PIKE B1+/Revelation A1+ (2018+)
Mar 20, 2020 at 15:52
Mar 20, 2020

RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate RCT - 210x52.5 LL Tune

$300 GBP
RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate RCT - 210x52.5 LL Tune Official SRAM part as follows: 00.4118.283.005 RockShox Rear Shock Super Deluxe Ultimate RCT (210x52.5) DebonAir, 3.5 Tokens, LReb/LComp, 320lb LockoutForce, No Bushing 90 Standard (includes 6x20 hardware) 2019+ Stumpjumper 27.5 I ran this for a few months in my 29in Stumpjumper Evo (2.5mm overstroke) before selling the frame with the original shock. Perfect working order - few small marks from use. Please note if fitting in a frame other than a stumpjumper air shaft end will required a bushing along with hardware.

moominator mikelevy's article
Feb 11, 2020 at 10:41
Feb 11, 2020
First Look: Santa Cruz's First eMTB, the 2020 Heckler
When your late to the party and have to spec Shimano Steps as Bosch have no OEM capacity left :D
moominator jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 23, 2019 at 3:09
Oct 23, 2019
Hope and Lotus Partner to 'Push the Boundaries of Bicycle Design and Technology'
Having had a few id disagree. Lots of trouble usually stupid - is far more accurate!
moominator mikelevy's article
Oct 8, 2019 at 13:52
Oct 8, 2019
Review: 6 Months With RockShox's Wireless Reverb AXS Dropper Post
"The AXS remote is much, much more ergonomic than either RockShox's two previous attempts at a dropper post lever, but it could be better if they had tucked it even closer to the handlebar." They did - you've got the MMX clamps on the wrong sides :)
moominator mikekazimer's article
Sep 19, 2019 at 6:58
Sep 19, 2019
Review: Zipp's 3Zero Moto Carbon Wheels Live Up To Their Compliance Claims
In my experience they aren't any more vertically compliant in the rim than anything else ive used. The compliance is meant to come via twist rather than compression with the rim pivoting around the spoke nipple (i built mine - they run a brass washer to accommodate this). This picture probably explains better than i can. Mine did come a little loose initially but then after being retensioned at the recommended levels (115 Kgf) they've not been touched since. Just had a quick check on Strava and done about 180000 feet of descending on them since.
moominator mikekazimer's article
Sep 19, 2019 at 6:47
Sep 19, 2019
Review: Zipp's 3Zero Moto Carbon Wheels Live Up To Their Compliance Claims
@scary1: No idea - i think the idea is you don't need to due to the way the rim faces into an off centre impact. I used to run a Vittoria Airliner and 23-24psi to stop pinches. Im now running the same tyres at 20psi with no pinch punctures. I've still had a couple of flats from split carcasses for sure just as i did before hand but i think these sorts of flats are actually more likely with an insert as its easier to cut something pressed against a harder surface.
moominator mikelevy's article
Sep 19, 2019 at 6:46
Sep 19, 2019
Review: 6 Months with SRAM'S Wireless Eagle AXS XX1 Drivetrain
"If you had a derailleur inferiority complex, you're about to have a shifter complex. While your shifter has two paddles, this one has three. The two under the bar are mostly where you'd expect them to be, but there's a third button that can be reached from above by bumping it with the knuckle of your pointer finger. It's the knuckle button. You can use the AXS app to configure which buttons do what, and if you have the e-Verb dropper post, you can have all four buttons however you like." Thats not 100% right. The upper thumb button / front index finger button is effectively the same thing on a pivot. There are only 2 functions on the shifter.
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