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Nov 4, 2021 at 13:34
Nov 4, 2021

Near New DVO Topaz T3 210 x 55

$475 USD
This is a take off from an Ibis Ripmo AF that was barely used (I swapped it for a cane creek in-line coil). I also have some various mounting hardware if you need it. This pairs well with any 145ish mm travel trail/light enduro bikes like the ripmo, hightower, meta tr, etc.

phclaw edspratt's article
Sep 13, 2021 at 14:32
Sep 13, 2021
Overall Standings After EWS Crans-Montana 2021
Or maybe not (Looking at MM)...
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Jul 31, 2021 at 9:01
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Jul 31, 2021 at 8:59
Jul 31, 2021

Specialized Status 160 Mullet S4 Nearly New w/Upgrades

$3800 USD
Ridden just a few times. Life has thrown a curveball and unfortunately I need to sell this just-built up giddy-fun off-the-radar rig. Frame just purchased, have receipts, haven’t registered with Specialized yet. S4/Large. 187 mm reach. 67 seat angle. Great fun on trails, steeps and the park. Specs: - DVO Diamond 160, 44 offset. Comes with one-up steerer tool - Stock Fox 230x60 dpx2 rear shock - Stock fsa integrated headset - Deity Copperhead 31.8/50 stem. Also have a spank 31.8/35 stem if you prefer shorter stem (same green color) - Chromag Fubars Cutlass Carbon bar 31.8/780/25 w/sram grips - TRP DH Quadiem brakes. 203 TRP rotors front and rear. - Bontrager 170 Line dropper, wolf tooth remote - SDR Enduro saddle - XT 11-speed shifter - GX 170 crankset - Absolute black 30t oval ring - One-Up composite flat pedals - Dub threaded bottom bracket - One-Up chain guide with bash guard - XT 11-speed shadow clutch derailleur/XT chain - Sunrace 11-50 cassette - e-thirteen trs boost front rim 30mm internal - Ride 35mm internal rear rim/origin8 hub - new DHF 29x2.5 wt exo front tire - new DHRII 27.5x2.6 3c maxterra exo rear tire

Jul 28, 2021 at 19:09
Jul 28, 2021
quotes So brutal I feel like I got the twisties
7.6 km - 00:39
Jul 26, 2021 at 17:33
Jul 26, 2021
quotes Track walking the mullet on its first ride. So rough but a fun ride
6.9 km - 00:31
phclaw sarahmoore's article
Jul 22, 2021 at 15:00
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phclaw jamessmurthwaite's article
Jul 20, 2021 at 10:35
Jul 20, 2021
Video: Gee Atherton Shares Footage of the Biggest Crash of his Career
@Diznuts: That is not the norm. At all. Most family plans the employer pays somewhere between 1200-1700 for coverage and the employee pitches in 300-500. Family/Individual max out of pocket usually hovers around 10 grand; and that's if whatever happens to you and the prescription is covered. You are very lucky, I'd say your plan is what's been called "cadillac" health plans.
phclaw jamessmurthwaite's article
Jul 17, 2021 at 1:02
Jul 17, 2021
Video: Gee Atherton Shares Footage of the Biggest Crash of his Career
@johnnygolucky: you and suspended-flesh are exceptions to the rule. The US work force is largely not unionized and both of your examples showcase some of the higher end plans available to a fraction of the workforce. Most employer health plans, for management and non-management alike, do not cover substantial portions of health expenses (especially hard core injuries from sports, or diseases like cancer) unfortunately. Although Obamacare made some positive impact for lower-to-middle income earners not covered by higher end union health plans.
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