i ride a lot of dh, do a buch of racing throughout the northwest, and just ride in general.
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May 5, 2017 at 15:08May 5, 2017
mustbike mattwragg's article
May 2, 2017 at 21:32May 2, 2017
The Interview: Chris Porter
@danielgrafik: me too. I have short legs with limited range from shitty flexibility, regardless of how much yoga i do. short chainstays are a godsend haha.
mustbike mikekazimer's article
May 1, 2017 at 21:30May 1, 2017
What's In a World Cup Mechanic's Toolbox?
Added 5 photos to Aurum
Apr 25, 2017 at 21:07Apr 25, 2017
Apr 25, 2017 at 21:04Apr 25, 2017
DO YOU WANNA GO FAST? Race ready Shred Sled! 2016 Norco Aurum Carbon with: Cane Creek Double Barrel Shock, Boxxer Team, Deity Mohawk bars, Deity Locust stem, Sram XO DH crankset 165mm, Zee brakes, Shimano Zee derailleur, Hand Built Spank Spike Wheelset (with Spoon hubs), Cromag Moon Saddle, Race Face seat post, Shimano XT chain and cassette (7 SPD, dropped the easiest 3), with the cassette chopped down for 7 SPD, Maxxis minion 2.5 WT up front, Schwable Mary rear, both tubeless, Cane Creek headset, MRP chainguide with lower guide removed (narrow-wide, baby). Pedals and sweet fender/mud-guard not included. I rode this bike for one year, it was purchased in January 2016. The bike comes with new bearing set for the frame (uninstalled, the current bearings are still good!), and brakes freshly bled. Boxxer has significant wear on stanchions. This annoying aesthetic issue is well known with new Boxxers, and my price reflects the wear. Does not impact performance but is noticeable when looking. Was just rebuilt with new seals and a damper bleed. I covered all high-wear areas in Mastic tape (Scotch #2228) to protect frame from chips and scratches, so it still looks rad. All the plastic bits (shuttle guard, fender, and bash plate) are in good condition. If you are serious about buying, and want to see photos of bike without tape, I'll pull it off and send photos. I can re-apply more mastic tape later at your request. Professionally maintained. Please feel free to message me if you have any questions or would like more pictures.
mustbike AJBarlas's article
Apr 7, 2017 at 13:34Apr 7, 2017
Louis Hamilton's Commencal Furious Bike Check
I wanna see a vital test comparing the v4.2 and this
mustbike AJBarlas's article
Feb 27, 2017 at 14:57Feb 27, 2017
Morpheus Conspiracy - Review
@chillrider199: i cant wait to shwoop in dis summer when they are getting desperate and haven't sold any :)
mustbike RichardCunningham's article
Feb 10, 2017 at 12:24Feb 10, 2017
Downhill Secret Revealed: Flat Tire Defender Foam Inserts - First Look
thanks smart internet person thats a great point
mustbike vernonfelton's article
Feb 6, 2017 at 12:58Feb 6, 2017
Mountain Bike History For Sale
If the Sierra Club truly has the interests of mountain biker's in mind, they would cease legal action blocking the bike park at Timberline. Good interview, Ryan seems cool, but The Sierra Club is highly self serving in regards to their user group. My local towns potential mtb trails, no where near old growth or in sensitive ecosystems, have constantly been blocked by local sierra clubbers. Public funds for mtb trails were even diverted to hiking trails recently because of these people (spoiler-we don't have any mtb trails in near town, but shit loads of hiking only trails). People in this organization regularly use their position to deny user groups (outside of their own) access, citing false claims about environmental impacts, simply to reduce traffic. Its like when skateparks ban bikes. theres no good reason, just politics and reducing traffic. This was just a convenient ploy for them to do their conservation work. Fuck the sierra club.
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