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Jun 20, 2019 at 11:03Jun 20, 2019
Jun 20, 2019 at 10:55Jun 20, 2019
For sale is my father's 2015 Stumpy Expert Evo 29; it has several upgrades from it's original state in which we purchased it, making this an absolute killer deal for a sick bike! It has not been ridden much by my father as he does not ride super often. Comes with upgrades such as Roval Traverse SL carbon wheels, X01 Eagle derailleur, shifter, and cassette, Renthal Fatbar carbon, and Renthal Duo stem, Ergon SME3 saddle, and other small touches. Spec's are as follows; Frame: Specialized Stumpjumper Expert Evo 29 size medium Fork: Rockshox Pike RC Shock: Fox Float CTD factory series. Wheels Roval Traverse SL carbon Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF double down casing (front) and Maxxis Ardent exo casing (rear) Derailleur: Sram X01 Eagle Shifter: Sram X01 Eagle Crank: Sram S2200 (proprietary Specialized/Sram crank) carbon Cassette: Sram GX Eagle Brakes: Shimano XT M785 Rotors: Shimano Ice Tech 180mm front and rear Seatpost: Specialized Command post 125mm Saddle: Egon SME3 carbon platform Ti rail Handlebar: Renthal Fatbar carbon cut down to 760mm Stem: Renthal Duo 50mm
nickyp132 jamessmurthwaite's article
May 9, 2019 at 10:29May 9, 2019
Sick Bicycle Co Responds to Anger Over Undelivered Frames
The real question is, how many of you people bitching about Sick have actually purchased a frame/full build from them, and how many are just jumping on the bandwagon of bagging them down because it's fun for you, and that's the popular thing to do in this day and age? Starting a business is hard, and having worked in customer service, I am fully aware that some time things go very smoothly, and some times they don't. Consumer's are just straight up animals these days and expect everything to be perfect and expect their order to be at their doorstep the second they place the order. At least Sick was man enough to come out and do an interview about some of their production issues, whether you think it was shit or not. It sounds like some of the issues people are having with Sick are quite extreme, but it doesn't mean they are a shit company. Every company has their issues and faults, and if you blow up like these guys did, I'm certain your business would have similar issues.
nickyp132 pinkbikeoriginals's article
Apr 15, 2019 at 9:12Apr 15, 2019
Video: 8 New Suspension Forks - Sea Otter 2019
I'm pretty sure there's an actual word for "up country"... it's right on the tip of my tongue... cross nation... upduro.... cross country! That's it.
nickyp132 konaworld's article
Apr 1, 2019 at 9:38Apr 1, 2019
nickyp132 jamessmurthwaite's article
Mar 27, 2019 at 12:35Mar 27, 2019
S-Ride's 13-Speed Drivetrain - Taipei Cycle Show 2019
Am I the only person who has absolutely zero desire to have this many gears?
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Mar 25, 2019 at 16:00Mar 25, 2019
Mar 25, 2019 at 15:58Mar 25, 2019
For sale is my girlfriend's very lightly used 2018 Intense Spider. I bought this bike as a frame, and built it up with some new parts and some leftover stuff that I had kicking around. I have ridden this bike a few time myself and it is extremely fun! The short 419mm chainstays keep it lively and nimble, while the moderately slack 67 degree head angle allows you to get rowdy in rougher terrain. With the 150mm fork the head angle is technically around 66.2 which means that it will descend that much better! Even with a slack-ish seat angle, this bike is so light and nimble that it pedals really well and can tackle 30+ mile rides with ease. My girlfriend has maybe only ridden it 10-15 times, and does not ride very hard anyway. Total times ridden would not surpass 20-25 over a year's span. Frame/bike are in really good condition aside from a scratch on the top tube (white spot is not a scratch, it is a reflection). Rear wheel has never been ridden. Fork has been bumped up to 150mm travel to accommodate some of the burlier terrain in my area but can be lowered down to 140/130mm with the correct air shaft, and that turns it into a quicker pedaling trail bike/ XC-ish bike. Comes with ENVE DH bar cut down to 760mm, Saddle/pedals pictured are not included but there will be a saddle included; which saddle that will be included has not been determined yet. BUYER PAYS SHIPPING: But I am willing to haggle on price, and local pickup would take a couple hundred dollars off. Spec's are as follows: Frame: Intense Spider NM carbon fiber frame size medium 130mm rear wheel travel Fork: Fox Factory 34 27.5 150mm travel Shock: Fox Factory float DPS 200x57mm Wheels: MAVIC XA Pro 27.5 boost Tires: Maxxis High Roller 2 front/ Minion DHR 2 rear. Derailleur: Sram X1 11 speed Shifter: Sram X01 11 speed Cassette: Sram XG1150 Crankset: Raceface Turbine R 170mm, 30t chainring Brakes: Sram Guide RS (truth be told these have been on quite a few bikes and are a bit clapped, but still stop really good. A service/bleed should do the trick to get them running smooth again) Rotors: Sram Centerline 180mm front/ 160mm rear Handlebar: ENVE DH bar 760mm 23mm rise. Stem: TruVativ Holzfeller 40mm length Headset: Cane Creek 40 series headset Seatpost: Specialized Command post 125mm drop 31.6
nickyp132 sarahmoore's article
Mar 16, 2019 at 11:04Mar 16, 2019
Amer Sports Confirms Sale of Mavic
Enve is up for sale as well.
nickyp132 davetrumpore's article
Mar 9, 2019 at 13:59Mar 9, 2019
Qualifying Photo Epic: A Tennessee Mud Bath - 2019 Windrock Pro GRT
I dress in blue, yes navy blue, from head to toe I'm rather drab except my patent shoes
16 Dogs of Crankworx Whistler
16 Aug 2018