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originalusername Fahhhmed's article
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originalusername AJBarlas's article
Mar 7, 2017 at 10:37
Mar 7, 2017
Now Finished: Ask Me Anything With Micayla Gatto
Nice illustrations, I like them a lot. What camera is that you use and what's your favourite lens?
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Mar 3, 2017 at 15:10
Mar 3, 2017

Specialized Stumpjumper EVO 650B - Medium

$850 GBP
Up for sale is my 2015 Stumpjumper. The frame is beautifully balanced and a lot of fun to ride. It climbs well, and is nimble and flickable on the way down. I'm only selling as the frame has become too small for me. Everything is as stock aside from the grips, a fresh bottoms bracket, the wheels are now running tubeless (could be due new sealant soon, I like to change it regularly), and it is running a 1by drivetrain (Renthal chainring). Includes DMR V12 pedals. Rough spec: Rockshox Revelation forks, 150mm travel Fox Float CTD shock, 150mm travel SRAM X9 gearing Shimano Deore / XT brakes Specialized Command Post dropper Roval rims on Specialized hubs Specialized finishing kit (saddle, bars, stem) DMR V12 pedals It has the normal wear and tear of a used bike with a few light marks on the frame in the normal places (eg cable rub). The brake pads/ rotors/ callipers will need changing though as the brakes aren't as sharp as they used to be (although it's still rideable). There's part of an old tyre ziptied to the underside of the frame to protect it from anything coming up, and a pair of well placed mountain equipment stickers to hide scratches the previous owner put into the paint when storing the bike (purely cosmetic, no real damage to the frame). I can pack it in a CRC bike bag for posting, with a 650b inner tube and spare brake calliper.

originalusername PROPAIN-Bicycles's video
Nov 18, 2016 at 5:18
Nov 18, 2016
A had no idea Foel has been moved to Italy!

originalusername mikelevy's article
Jun 23, 2015 at 15:25
Jun 23, 2015
Marzocchi is Dead, Long Live Marzocchi
It sounds like the moto side is making a loss with little hope of salvage. If this is the case, dropping it may be hard but will lead to a better future for the brand as a whole
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Jun 12, 2015 at 13:03
Jun 12, 2015
Sounds like a plan. Failed pretty badly at replying in one thread

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Jun 12, 2015 at 8:30
Jun 12, 2015
Yes please! Not the biggest fan of riding by myself, partly why I want something suited to a bit more XC

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Jun 12, 2015 at 7:38
Jun 12, 2015
Yeah, I'm back!

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