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oregonryder jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 26, 2021 at 10:37
Oct 26, 2021
oregonryder jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 25, 2021 at 19:59
Oct 25, 2021
5 Reasons Bike Prices Will Probably Keep Rising in 2022
Just got delivery of my new bike 2 weeks ago. Glad I did! The price had already jumped 5% while I was waiting for it.
oregonryder briceshirbach's article
Oct 19, 2021 at 15:43
Oct 19, 2021
Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trail Networks According to Trailforks Data
@RadBartTaylor: This made me laugh. Thank you.
oregonryder briceshirbach's article
Oct 19, 2021 at 15:42
Oct 19, 2021
Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trail Networks According to Trailforks Data
@Habaden: Get in contact with Northwest Trail Alliance. Make a friend, volunteer for some dig days and you will discover many new trails and cool people to ride with.
oregonryder edspratt's article
Oct 11, 2021 at 13:14
Oct 11, 2021
Added 11 photos to Buysell
Oct 5, 2021 at 20:05
Oct 5, 2021
Oct 5, 2021 at 20:01
Oct 5, 2021

Pivot Mach 6, Large, 27.5 wheels

$3800 USD
This is a 2020 Pivot Mach 6 carbon in size Large. 27.5 wheels and 155mm rear travel and 160mm Bomber Z1 fork. Shimano XT group, DT Swiss wheels. Fox DPX2 rear shock. Upgraded parts are as follows: -HOPE T3/E4 brakes. These are awesome brakes. Hands down my favorites. -Wolftooth 34t oval chainring -11-42 Shimano XT rear cassette, 11speed Low miles on the brakes, chainring, chain and cassette. Suspension and pivots are all working great, no hard abuse or neglect. I maintain my bikes a lot! Love this bike. Everything works good. This is a light bike that is great climber. Just bought an E-bike so I need to sell it. OneUp pedals are included. Pictures of minor imperfections on frame. Fork is in mint condition. Located in Portland Oregon metro area. Price is FIRM. Can ship within US at buyers expense.

oregonryder Mandownmedia's article
Apr 12, 2021 at 11:48
Apr 12, 2021
15 eMTBs from the Southern Enduro Round 1
@nattysupper: No reason to get sad my friend. E-bikes are letting those people go further for longer than they have ever before. At the end of the day, they are still just as tired as they would be on a non-e, but they covered 3 to 5 times the distance.
oregonryder Mandownmedia's article
Apr 12, 2021 at 11:44
Apr 12, 2021
oregonryder alicialeggett's article
Mar 18, 2021 at 13:58
Mar 18, 2021
Throwback Thursday: Intriguing Taipei Cycle Show Products That Never Went Mainstream
Hell yes. This. They have the technology. Drop the assembled crown/stanchion/steerer into a jig and press "GO" on the laser engraver/dot peen engraver/Continuous inkjet printer...whatever. Add to the assembly line right after the steerer is pressed in. I am really surprised SRAM or FOX don't do this now. It could be a product differentiator too, market the hell out of the alignment line. They could make up some dumb name like Tru-Align® and make a little logo for it. I spend way too much worrying about stem alignment. I have a problem
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