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person-named-john pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 19, 2022 at 6:56
Oct 19, 2022
person-named-john pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 18, 2022 at 18:09
Oct 18, 2022
person-named-john edspratt's article
Jul 13, 2022 at 17:29
Jul 13, 2022
Day 1 Randoms - Eurobike 2022
On their website, it costs 95 AUD, so $65 USD, and the alarm is armed or disarmed from bluetooth on your phone. Seems pretty reasonable imo
May 15, 2022 at 13:49
May 15, 2022

Fuji Reveal 1.3 (Upgraded)

$1050 USD
Whether you're looking for your first real full suspension or trying to get into the great sport of mountain biking for a reasonable price, this is the bike for you. I bought this bike in June 2020, and it's been well taken care of since then. It has been the key to my progression since I bought it, and can easily be the same for you. The 140mm of front travel and 120mm in the rear is the perfect amount for most trails around here, with enough not to feel overwhelmed but not too much so as to completely mute trail feedback. The fork is more supple and supportive than anything you could find new at this price point, and is in excellent condition other than a couple of scratches on the lowers (purely cosmetic - the stanchions are in perfect condition). The shifting is smooth and works well, and the brakes are powerful enough to bring you to a stop as needed, thanks to the large 203/180mm rotors front and rear. The dropper is on the slower side, but has external air adjustment, so it's very easy to adjust unlike most posts. This bike will fit anyone around 5' 9" to 6' 1" (according to Fuji - for reference, I'm 5' 10" or so, and this size range seems pretty reasonable). There are a few cosmetic blemishes around the bike, but none have any impact on performance - the frame is not dented or cracked at all, and all the bearings are running smooth and without issue. Parts & specs: Fork: Marzocchi Bomber Z2 140mm travel (3 volume spacers installed)* Shock: X-Fusion O2 Pro RL 190x45 (120mm travel) Seatpost: DVO Garnet dropper post, 125mm travel, 30.9mm diameter,* DVO Garnet 2x lever* Drivetrain: Shimano SLX/Deore/Alivio 2x9 - Rear derailleur: Shimano Deore - Rear shifter: Shimano Alivio - Front derailleur: Shimano Alivio - Front shifter: Shimano SLX* - Cassette: Shimano HG200 11-36t - Crankset: Shimano Alivio 36/22t Wheels: - Front hub: Formula DC-51 - Rear hub: Formula DC-1248 - Rims: Alexrims Aluminum Tires: Maxxis High Roller II 27.5x2.4 Brakes: Tektro HD-M285, 203/180mm rotors* Handlebars: Oval Concepts 215 760x31.8, 15mm rise Stem: Specialized Stout 31.8, 45mm length* Saddle: Specialized Bridge* Headset: FSA Grips: Deity Knuckleduster (or new Ride Alpha DH grips - your choice)* Pedals: RaceFace Chester* *Upgraded from stock components Local pickup near Concord, NH & cash payment is preferred. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions! Asking price is $1250 OBO. As long as it's posted as being for sale, it's for sale.

person-named-john RyanRPalmer's article
Apr 22, 2022 at 7:38
Apr 22, 2022
Field Test: Commencal Meta HT AM Ride - Big Tires & Big Fun
It's not exactly made to compete with the fuse, the meta is more all-mountain focused and probably better at descending. Having ridden one a few times, the meta is a great hardtail, and I'd definitely recommend it, especially for the price in comparison to the fuse (that said, I've ridden the higher spec 29er version, so can't entirely speak to this specific model)
person-named-john EvolveBikesCanada's article
Apr 14, 2022 at 18:57
Apr 14, 2022
Evolve Previews Aluminum 170mm Prototype
It's nice to see them moving on to designing an original frame and not just putting a lifetime warranty on a catalog frame, this one looks pretty good
Mar 29, 2022 at 13:46
Mar 29, 2022

Cannondale CAAD9 7

$400 USD
This bike would be great for anyone looking to get into the great sport of road biking, but who doesn't want to spend large sums of money on one either. It's handled my progression quite well for the last couple years, and although I'm not the original owner, it's been well looked after by me, and is still in great condition. Everything about it is functioning smoothly and ready to ride. 2009 was one of the last years that Cannondale's aluminum frames were hand built in the US, and the build quality is definitely high. In terms of spec, this frame uses solidly mid-tier specs, far better than anything you'd be able to find on a new bike for the same price (parts listed below). Unlike mountain biking, frame design in road biking hasn't changed much over the last 10 years, making this bike still competitive today. There are a few cosmetic defects around the bike, although none of them have any effect on the bike's capable performance. The shifting is crisp and effective, the wheels are running true, and the brakes work as intended. Parts & spec: Frame: Cannondale CAAD9 Optimo, Patriot Blue Fork: Cannondale Slice Ultra carbon Drivetrain: Shimano Tiagra 2x9 (FSA Vero 39/53 crankset, Shimano Sora shifters) Wheels: Mavic CXP22 rims, Cannondale C3 hubs Brakes: Shimano Sora levers, Tektro R310 calipers Tires: Maxxis re-fuse 700x25c Handlebars: Cannondale C3 Stem*: Origin 8 Propulsion Series (60mm) or Cannondale C4 (100mm) Seatpost: Cannondale C2 carbon Saddle: Selle San Marco Ponza Headset: Cane Creek *This bike came stock with a 100mm stem, although I have swapped it out for a 60mm stem to better fit me. For a taller rider, I can swap out for the longer stem, or include both for an extra $15. This bike will fit anyone 5' 8" to 6' 1" (for comparison, I'm 5' 10" and use the shorter stem). Feel free to let me know if you have any questions! Asking price is $550 OBO.

person-named-john edspratt's article
Mar 25, 2022 at 0:01
Mar 25, 2022
Video: The Syndicate Play 2 Truths, 1 Lie
@sonuvagun: Ok, makes sense.
person-named-john edspratt's article
Mar 24, 2022 at 15:24
Mar 24, 2022
Video: The Syndicate Play 2 Truths, 1 Lie
@sonuvagun: I think I understand, but I'll be honest, I don't have the grammatical proof to back anything up. "If we all just rode bikes more" would be correct, but I don't see what's wrong with "If we would all just ride bikes more." Maybe the first is more correct than the second, but either works for me, and gets the point across. It could also be something that doesn't inhibit understanding at all, while getting the message across and sounding reasonably correct to most people (sort of like the decreasing use of "whom" in the US - does it lead to inaccuracies? Technically. Do those matter? Not really imo) (Sorry to everyone else reading this). Technically speaking though, you probably are right.
person-named-john edspratt's article
Mar 24, 2022 at 12:11
Mar 24, 2022
Video: The Syndicate Play 2 Truths, 1 Lie
@sonuvagun: You missed the "would," which makes what he said still grammatically correct.
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