ns2000x jamessmurthwaite's article
Apr 12, 2019 at 9:39Apr 12, 2019
New Fox Open Face Dropframe Trail Helmet Spotted - Sea Otter 2019
Laughing hysterically at these comments. But the older I get, and number of times I have counted myself lucky with trailside crashes this might be a great option over riding endurance events in a full face helmet.
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Apr 6, 2019 at 10:20Apr 6, 2019
Apr 6, 2019 at 10:19Apr 6, 2019
Carbon Wheelset: 650b / 27.5 / 27.5+ 38mm Light Bicycle Carbon rims, SRAM Boost Hubs (12x148, 15x110 with Torque Cap) XD Driver Including Maxxis Rekon 2.8” plus sized tires and 180mm brake rotors (pictured) The carbon rims are ideal for both regular and plus sized 27.5” tires (38mm rim with 31.6mm inner width). Set of Schwalbe Nobby Nic 3.0” tires also available.
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Mar 1, 2019 at 12:06Mar 1, 2019
Mar 1, 2019 at 12:03Mar 1, 2019
2012 Niner Jet 9 RDO 29er (size Medium) with Carbon Lefty XLR [$2,700 CDN / $2050 USD] > 22.4 lbs! (without pedals) XC - Marathon Race / Light Trail Bike Consolidating my little quiver, reasonable offers only please. Frame Jet 9 RDO Carbon 100mm CVA travel - Medium 29er Fork Lefty Carbon XLR 100mm 29er with remote lock out Shock Fox Float Factory RP23 with Kashima Rims Stans ZTR Crest 29er (White) Hubs Project 321 Rear (with Industry 9 internals) | Project 321 Lefty Front - 6 Bolt Disc Rear Der Shimano XT M8000 series Shifter Shimano XT M8000 series Brakes SRAM XX WC 160mm rotors Cassette Shimano XTR 1x11 Cranks FSA Afterburner 175mm BB30 with RaceFace NarrowWide Charinring Bar Niner Carbon Stem Thomson Elite X4 100mm Grips Ritchey Race Foam Grips Tires Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29 x 2.25” Saddle WTB Post Thomson Masterpiece
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Mar 1, 2019 at 11:36Mar 1, 2019
Mar 1, 2019 at 11:18Mar 1, 2019
2016 Santa Cruz Hightower 29er/27+ (Size Medium) with Carbon wheels XTR/XT [$4,300 CDN / $3250 USD] - Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde 29er/27+ All Mountain modern geometry trail bike (this was my quiver killer) Reasonable offers only please. Frame Hightower Carbon 135mm VPP travel - Medium 29er / 27+ with flip chip Fork Rock Shox Pike RC 150mm Boost (110mm spacing) 29er/27+ Shock Rock Shox Debonair Monarch RT Rims Light Bicycle Carbon 38mm 27.5” Hubs SRAM 716/746 Boost Spacing 110mm / 148mm - 6 Bolt Disc Rear Der Shimano XTR M9000 series Shifter Shimano XTR M9000 series Brakes Shimano XT M8000 series 180mm Rotors Cassette SRAM 10-42 tooth 1x11 Cranks Race Face 175mm Bar Crank Brothers Cobalt Carbon 700mm Stem RaceFace RIDE 60mm Grips Ergon GE1 (Red) Tires 27+ Tires: Maxxis Recon 27.5 x 2.8” (Schwalbe Nobby Nic 3.0” Available) Saddle Bontrager Race lux / Or WTB Laser V (buyers choice) Post Rock Shox Reverb 150mm Dropper
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Feb 27, 2019 at 6:58Feb 27, 2019
Feb 27, 2019 at 6:57Feb 27, 2019
2015 Niner Air 9 Carbon frame size Medium. Very light race ready XC 29er hardtail. > Full length internal rear shift housing installed > BB30 Bottom bracket Installed > Headset Installed Available with matching Rockshock SID XX 100mm ($1,200 CDN / $915 USD for both) will throw in Kore stem also. [PS: Was previously selling as a complete bike end of last summer, after a couple of local buyers were no shows I parted out some components and withdrew the ad - bike frame waiting for a nice build and new home.]
ns2000x danielsapp's article
Nov 29, 2018 at 8:05Nov 29, 2018
First Ride: 2019 Canyon Neuron
I'm loving all the X5 hate...I used to also feel superior in my SUV despising autophile greatness. But I'm also an M3 driver with no friends, so what do I know?! What I can say is that I love my 2018 (F15) X5 35i, far more than I thought I would. It's brilliant do take mounting biking. All hatches should have a split fold tail gate, including the wagon's European's are lucky enough to get. It's an instant mobile trailhead prep station and can carry a 4 bike hitch bike rack. Has 7 seats when needed the kids love. Is it slow? Not particularly. Is it necessary for real winters in Ottawa? No, but I've winter daily driven a 2011 E90 M3 Competition on 245 section Michelin Alpine winters and it's terrible. The X5 is just so much more pleasant to drive in the snow and ice. Oh and it uses way less gas/petrol than the M3 - especially in the cold. So reading the Pink Bike take - it makes sense to me, it isn't the choice to go as fast as you can, or or as gnarly terrain as possible, but you'll have a surprisingly good time no matter where you fancy going that day...