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Jul 9, 2017 at 8:58Jul 9, 2017
These have come off a one year old Nukeproof Mega. I have changed to Hope so no need to hang onto these, they are the best "Avids" I've owned very reliable and powerful. Brakes include two post-to-post mounts and bolts, two 180mm SRAM Centreline rotors, two levers fully bled, two calipers (lots of life in pads), one spare damaged but reparable lever (can include for spares if required) and one SRAM bleed kit. Front cable is 780mm long, rear is 1400mm. There is a little paint chip on the rear caliper nothing which affects operation. There is only one bar clamp (which is compatible with either lever as they are reversible) as the clamp I ran on the left lever is part of my Reverb remote, so if you also run a Reverb then you wont have a problem. If not you will need to buy another SRAM Guide bar clamp about 10-15 quid on ebay. Cheers, Gareth.
motohead125 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 20, 2017 at 12:49Jan 20, 2017
A Day in the Life of 50:01 with Bryceland and Loosedog - Video
Reminds me of Sprung vids and thats why I got into riding mountain bikes. keep it up lads dicking about more is mint! If you want "serious MTB vids" go watch the Athertons.
motohead125 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 19, 2017 at 11:36Jan 19, 2017
Kris Fox, Sergio Layos, and Dan Foley Session Vancouver's Best Parks - Video
more of that please!
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Jan 10, 2017 at 11:47Jan 10, 2017
50to01: Tight Lines Loose Minds - Video
Hope it stays dry boys!
Added 3 photos to Tomac-Vanish-160
Aug 20, 2016 at 1:32Aug 20, 2016
Aug 20, 2016 at 1:14Aug 20, 2016
Finally made the jump to a 650b so it’s time to sell my pride and joy, cannot really justify keeping two of the same kind of bike unfortunately. Spec is as follows:- Tomac Vanish medium 160mm black frame with Fox RP23 shock (with pro-pedal) 2013 Fox 34 CTD float cartridge forks with Kashima coat (160mm) Fox D.O.S.S dropper post Superstar Tactic 26” black wheel-set with blue 72 point engagement Tesla Hubs (almost new, brand new rear rim) Spare gold superstar 26” AM wheel-set on gold switch hubs Maxxis High Roller 2 Exo tubeless tyres (one spare on the rear gold rim) 2012 Shimano XT brakes on 180mm rotors (spare set of brand new pads and fins) Shimano XT 170mm cranks (Uber-bike narrow wide 10 speed chainring) Shimano Zee 10 speed rear mech Shimano XT 10 speed shifter Shimano 10 speed cassette KMC 10 speed chain with power link (about 6 months old no sign of stretching yet) E-Thirteen XCX top guide Superstar Gold Flat pedals Renthal 750mm Fatbar Nukeproof warhead stem FSA headset (no creaking bearings are in good nick) Nukeproof Grips Selle Italia saddle This has been one of the most playful and fun bikes I have had the pleasure of riding, it’s pretty short so is very nimble and easy to corner. It climbs very well with hardly any bobbing from the shock (rarely use pro-pedal) and it descends like a DH bike. Bike radar review here. http://www.bikeradar.com/news/article/tomac-unveil-2010-mountain-bike-line-23261/ It has the usual scuff marks on the frame (the Renthal logo on the bars is partially worn off also), forks and shock are unmarked and work perfectly (forks were serviced by Mojo 12 months ago and I changed the seals and oil in the shock at around the same time). The bike runs excellently and has been very well looked after and serviced. The seat post is the only gripe, it’s leaking air very slowly and needs re-pressurising I’d say once a week which doesn’t bother me too much but can get annoying always keeps enough air for a full days riding, apart from that it works fine with no play or random dropping at all (a seal change with Mojo would sort this out but it’s about £90 and I had it done about 2 years ago and the problem has re-occurred, so save yourself the bother and get a reverb). Thanks for looking, if I’ve left anything out feel free to ask me any questions. I am more than happy for people to come view the bike with a view to buying, no tyre kickers or silly offers please. Cheers, Gareth.
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