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Feb 16, 2018 at 1:51
Feb 16, 2018

Yeti SB5c, Medium

$3000 USD
2014 Yeti SB5c, Medium Selling my baby of the past couple years to make space for other bikes cluttering the house. Great little trail bike. Mechanically sound but a little beat up on the surface, as most bikes are after a few years. Price is flexible. I prefer local pickup. Come test ride it! I’m a mechanic and have taken great care of this thing -- according to my spreadsheet, since last year I’ve: Replaced the drivetrain (chain, cassette, ring) (8/2) Performed a fork lowers service (9/1) Replaced brake pads front and rear (9/1) Replaced front brake rotor (9/1) Installed new tires (9/28) Fully disassembled and serviced the switch link (10/14) Performed a full rebuild and seal service on the rear shock (10/14) Bled both brakes (12/26) Generally trued wheels, disassembled and checked headset/BB/suspension bearings, tuned stuff up, etc Additionally I pulled and replaced all suspension bearings with new ones in March of 2016, and they’re still in great shape. Picture is from last year. If there's any interest, I will take some updated ones This is a custom build.: Handlebar: Renthal Fatbar carbon lite Stem: Renthal, 75mm Brakes: Shimano XT trail Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 (two tokens) Shock: Fox DPS (3-pos, non-evol) Tires: Minion DHF, 2.5 WT front, 2.35 rear Wheels: Industry 9 Torch Trail (alloy) Shifter: X01 11 speed Derailleur: X01 11 speed Cassette: X01 11 speed Crank: RaceFace Next SL (carbon, 32t) Dropper: KS Lev (125mm) Bike is shown with a Specialized saddle, but I want to keep it -- price is without it, but I can include a cheap Bontrager one for a few bucks if you want. Geometry here:

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Jan 24, 2018 at 12:57
Jan 24, 2018
Leatt DBX 3.0 Enduro Helmet - Review
me too -- for my head, it's the best-fitting (and looking) helmet i've ever had. Just wish it had a gopro mount so i could put a headlight on there, like my old Smith does. The turbine thing beats mips by a mile in terms of comfort, too, IMO.
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Jan 21, 2018 at 22:05
Jan 21, 2018
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Jan 21, 2018 at 22:04
Jan 21, 2018

Rocky Mountain Vertex 990 RSL Carbon, Medium

$2500 USD
price drop!! 3000 => 2500 Really fast and light carbon 29er hardtail. Bought when I was more into XC, selling because I’m doing more gravity-oriented stuff now. As pictured, including pedals, it’s around 20.5 lbs. It’s a really awesome climber and I was always impressed with how well it handled. Ready to win XC races for sure. Mechanic-owned and babied. I’m really on top of my bikes in terms of maintenance so I can tell you it’s in great condition. One or two small scratches-- will take photos on request or after I wash it. Hoping to sell face-to-face, but will ship within the US with buyer covering the cost from bikeflights. specs: RS SID fork with remote lockout. I recently upgraded to the new shifter-style lockout. Works great. Stanchions are perfect. Fork feels great. I had it serviced professionally a couple hundred miles ago-- lots of life left. X01 drivetrain, RaceFace next SL crank. Crank is mechanically good, BB is fairly new. Few small dings on the crank near the spindle -- nothing I was concerned with but I can give pictures on request. Enve carbon bar and post. Truvativ T40 stem. Believe it’s 90mm. Stans crest wheels. True, no dings in the rims, a few scratches. Freehub and bearings are good. Maxxis Ikon front, crossmark rear. Both are pretty new. Tubeless. Shimano XT brakes. Recently bled. Newish pads. Rotors have a little wear and are true. Will include one specialized rib cage bottle cage. Shown with a specialized power saddle-- saddle not included in sale. I can include a cheap Bontrager one if you want, though. Shown with XT pedals. Will sell separately if you want them. I have a new chain and cassette I’ll sell to you with the bike for a few bucks if needed. Was gonna put them on, but the drivetrain still has a decent amount of life left, so I haven’t yet. Reasonable offers considered!

olslash GoPro's article
Dec 28, 2017 at 12:39
Dec 28, 2017
'Tis The Season To Be Shredding Bikes
Skypark is great. Real contrast to summit where braking bumps are ever present-- the trail crew at skypark has been out there watering, fixing lips, etc, literally every of the ~8 times i've gone. Not only that, but they're constantly adding features and making the trails more fun. Lots of wood going up lately. Worth every penny for the season pass!
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Nov 18, 2017 at 10:45
Nov 18, 2017
Snow Summit Bike Park: 2017 in Review - Video
Fun park, but wish they'd take better care of their trails. go to skypark instead and watch them water every day-- those guys really care.
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Sep 30, 2017 at 11:54
Sep 30, 2017
Yoann Barelli's Commencal Meta AM V4.2 - Finale Ligure EWS 2017
zoom in and you can see it scraping up the chainstay!
olslash RichardCunningham's article
Sep 27, 2017 at 16:05
Sep 27, 2017
Leatt's DBX 3.0 Enduro Convertible Full-Face Helmet Update
@ciszewski: here's an article from last year about the same helmet, evidently the chinbar had a different certification. No idea whether this is the same now, but the helmets look the same to my eye: "Certified and tested to EN1078; CPSC 1203 - Chin bar certified and tested to pass ASTM1952 standards " edit: just saw that the 2016 article is linked from this one, so it is the same helmet
olslash RichardCunningham's article
Sep 27, 2017 at 14:31
Sep 27, 2017
Leatt's DBX 3.0 Enduro Convertible Full-Face Helmet Update
i imagine it must be a tradeoff to get a lighter chinbar past certification-- pointier chin = less deflection?
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