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Jan 25, 2019 at 14:54
Jan 25, 2019

Knight Enduro 29 Carbon DT 240s Boost 6b

$1050 USD
Brand new, don't even have rims strips installed Knight Enduro 29" carbon wheels with DT 240s Boost 6 bolt hubs and upgraded 36 tooth driver ($100 option), 28 spokes. 35mm external, 30mm internal width, includes XD driver. Retail at $2199 plus $104 for the upgraded driver. Great wheels, I've been running the same ones (different set) on my Slash for a year and find them very similar to Enve wheels but with more vertical compliance so they don't transfer so much high frequency vibration. Most reviews compare to the Enve M70 and say they perform the same except the Knight's are more comfortable so better for long days. Weight is measured at 1648g which is pretty light for a tough enduro rim. Hubs alone are $700 online so I'm not entertaining lowball offers. If you don't know why carbon wheels are great I'm not here to educate or sell you on them. $1050 shipped to CONUS via UPS.

photodog pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jan 4, 2019 at 16:47
Jan 4, 2019
Video: Friday Fails #51
Thankfully the gate saved that Westy
photodog mikekazimer's article
Apr 19, 2018 at 9:40
Apr 19, 2018
Maxxis' New Assegai DH Tire - First Ride
Lets hope they are going by the literal definition and pronunciation. Greg being S. African I'll assume they are: noun: 1. a slender, iron-tipped, hardwood spear used chiefly by southern African peoples. 2. a South African tree of the dogwood family that yields hard timber.
photodog mattwragg's article
Mar 23, 2018 at 7:58
Mar 23, 2018
7 Men Matt Wragg Believes Could Take the Overall EWS Title in 2018
we posted at the same time
Added 19 photos to Ibis-Hd3
Mar 20, 2018 at 15:07
Mar 20, 2018
Mar 20, 2018 at 14:56
Mar 20, 2018

Ibis Mojo HD3 Carbon Wheels XTR Large

$2950 USD
2016 Ibis Mojo HD3 size Large for sale. It was a frame replacement mid 2016 with all the parts from early 2016. Rear shock is new and SO MUCH BETTER than the Cane Creek. I just put on in October right before the snows so it's only been run 3-4 rides. This is not the quasi-plus size frame from later 2017. Bike has cosmetic nicks and scratches from being ridden for 2 seasons but works perfectly as it was maintained by my neighbor who is the best bike mechanic in Bend. Frame: Ibis Mojo HD3 size large in blue Shock: Fox X2 LIKE NEW Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3: Serviced every 40 hours by a professional mechanic Wheels: Ibis 741 Carbon Brakes: SRAM Guide RSC, 180/180 shimano rotors Cranks: Raceface Turbine with Wolftooth ring Shift/der/cassette: Shimano XTR Stem: Thomson X2 50mm Bar: Raceface Sixc Carbon 780mm: got pretty scratched up from another bike wedged in on a shuttle ride, bummer Post: Rockshox Reverb 150mm Only trades I'd be interested in would be for a XL bike + cash to get a bike for my son. Looking for a size XL YT Jeffsey aluminum optimally but a Stumpjumper, Santa Cruz, Evil or something along those lines would work too.

photodog cameronmackenzie's article
Mar 17, 2018 at 10:19
Mar 17, 2018
Toa Enduro Bike Checks - Crankworx Rotorua 2018
74.1 in high, 73.6 in low. Effective is quite different from how it looks with the angled seat tube.
photodog pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 16, 2018 at 17:38
Feb 16, 2018
The 2017 Photo of the Year Winner is…
@Mtmw: Exaclty right. I'm a professional photographer who has judged photo competitions and agree this was the best artistic and technically executed photo of the set all while conveying a sense of time and place that tell an awesome story. I'm mean who looks at this photo and doesn't think "I wish that was me!" But at the same time it's not a DH/big air photo so I'm pleasantly surprised it won among a whole set where any image was publish quality. Well done Robb, really great work! Thanks PB for doing this contest, really great to see you pushing photographers to do their best.
photodog TransCascadia's article
Oct 17, 2016 at 12:27
Oct 17, 2016
Trans-Cascadia: 2017 Opens Today
I'm what I'd call "fast for a normal person" so faster than average but still pretty average. I did it the first year just 2 weeks after recovering from Mono so wasn't able to lay it down on the peddle sections; placed in the mid-teens. There's no time cutoffs so you can walk the climbs and the largest climbs have shuttles. I've been to Whistler half a dozen times, have ridden all over N. America and it was without a doubt the most fun bike related thing I've done. Not sure about the new price but I don't think many who have done it would say it's anything but one of the best put on events anywhere.
photodog daniellebaker's article
Sep 28, 2015 at 13:07
Sep 28, 2015
Photo Epic: Trans-Cascadia - Day 4
By far the most fun event I've done. Huge kudos to Modus, you guys nailed it! Everything was so smooth it was hard to believe this was a 1st year event. Perfect trails and stage choices, great format, camaraderie with fellow racers, epic camping locations, great food and overall a very high level of talent through both categories; Oakridge wins. Hoping there's going to be early registration for this year's participants as Trans-Cascadia is going to be sold out every year from here on.
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