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Yeti 4x special projects number 21 of 100, size Long. hand made in golden CO. Pretty cool to note the differences between this and the production bike, a lot sleeker machined pieces, the yeti in the dogbone, tube thicknesses, tooling marks, etc. This bike is amazing, and a super fun bike to rip around on. bmx tracks, pump track, trail, ive even thrown a dropper on her and pedaled up to rip down Dry Hill and Ollallie. I havent been riding this bike as much as it deserves, and it needs to go to someone who will ride it like it was meant to be. this is being sold as a complete bike with the following: bike was built up last season with new pivot bearings (about 5 rides ago) Custom painted azonic outlaw wheels/Kenda Nevegal tires (new @time of rebuild) magura mt5 (fr) mt4(r) brakes (new @time of rebuild 2010 fox talas (rebuilt @time of rebuild) fox rp23 shock raceface BB (new@time of rebuild) raceface evolve dh cranks spank subrosa bars (new@time of rebuild) azonic stem (new@time of rebuild) straitline pedals (new@time of rebuild) raceface chester seatpost (new@time of rebuild) charge saddle (new@time of rebuild) for those unfamiliar with the special projects 4x, here is an excerpt from Yeti's website. Sometimes we make frames that are intended for racing only. Such was the case with the 4x frame. A new racing format hit the scene and we started with modifying current frames (at the time that was the AS-R) to race. This modification was fine under Marla Streb, but the big fella from down under (Rennie) needed something more substantial. So we made him custom 4x bikes. The front end was massively strong, as were the thick, short chainstays. After watching our racers ride the bike for three years, the masses started clamoring for a production version, so we obliged with a Special Projects bike (limited production of 100). This was later followed up with a full production bike and became stock in our product line. This bike has a lot of history, but the most memorable was the Mammoth dual slalom race in 2001. Rennie was losing in the semi’s and attempted a backflip during his race run. He was unsuccessful, so as soon as the finals were over, Rennie came storming down the course and hit the backflip and nailed it. A perfect 10.
nhtowa421 EnduroWorldSeries's article
Jul 20, 2018 at 17:24Jul 20, 2018
Video: How Do EWS Pros Beef Up Their Bikes?
@jaycubzz: If I wanted to waste my employers money I would start smoking.
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Bicycle frame building fixture. Made from 1.125 fly cut steel, V blocks, grade 8 hardware, and held up on an engine stand so that it can be rotated for brazing/welding. Very versatile fixture. Includes various axle spacers. includes angle finder and magnetic measuring tapes as shown, to facilitate indexing. Can be used for road bikes or mountain bikes. Can be used with whatever, full suspension (would likely need to build your own rear triangle fixture), or hardtail. aluminum, titanium, badass carbon tube layout, bamboo... sure, why not, let your imagination run wild! local pickup only, this thing is heavy and would be one hell of a shipping bill.
nhtowa421 mikelevy's article
Jul 18, 2018 at 13:56Jul 18, 2018
Here's My Unno Dash Test Bike - Tell Me What You Want to Know
A high end enduro bike test would be pretty interesting. For instance compare and contrast 3 bikes of a similar pricepoint and intended use. Take the Unno Dash, the Antidote carbonjack, and Alchemy for instance. All high end, boutique enduro bikes. That would be a good article.
nhtowa421 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 15, 2018 at 10:49Jul 15, 2018
PSA: Don't Stop on the Trail
@mtbmaniatv: this should be at the top.
nhtowa421 mikekazimer's article
May 28, 2018 at 21:39May 28, 2018
Review: Ibis Ripmo
It's called modulation, not inconsistency...