I have a beautiful wife and 2 kids in the zone. We live in Salt Lake City, but get around in the mini-van quite a bit. www.mtbwithkids.com

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Sep 4, 2020 at 12:57
Sep 4, 2020

Large Carbon Intense Tracer, 27.5in w/CushCore

$2500 USD
The front triangle was warrantied in July of 2019 and it's still in great shape. Normal wear-and-tear and it's ready to ride/race. We are in the Sugar House area. Meet in person only. Cash or Venmo only. Call/text for more info. Thanks for looking! - Carbon frame - Fork: FOX Factory 36 Float FIT, 160mm - Rear Shock: FOX Performance Float X2, 165mm - 27.5in aluminum wheels (Bontrager rear, e*thirteen front) - Reverb Stealth dropper, 150mm - Cush Core included for front and back (will install front if you like) - Deity Composite pedals included - SRAM NX shifter - SRAM XO 11-speed rear derailleur - Guide RS brakes (pads are good) - Continental Baron on front (in good shape) - Continental Kaiser on back (in good shape) - Truvativ Crankset - 11-Speed cassette was replaced 3 months ago - 32t front chainring - New saddle - Renthal Fatbar - Sensus grips

pixelcrane jamessmurthwaite's article
May 13, 2019 at 17:24
May 13, 2019
Video: Kate Courtney Flies Up, Down & Along in Sedona
I think those brakes are just fine. They're just a bit wet from the snow and have a trace of that Sedona sludge on 'em.
pixelcrane athertonracing's article
Jan 25, 2019 at 9:07
Jan 25, 2019
Athertons Launch Their Own Bike Company With Dragon's Den Investor
The "A" in the logo is composed of 3 parts.
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Jul 7, 2018 at 16:46
Jul 7, 2018
Jul 7, 2018 at 16:45
Jul 7, 2018

Commencal Meta w/170mm Lyrik, XT Brakes, Dropper

$1760 USD
Great entry level all-mountain bike. My 14 year-old boy rode this for a year and has grown out of it. All the upgrades... - GX rear derailleur - Stans Flow rear wheel - 180mm NX cranks - Rockshox Reverb Stealth dropper 150mm - Deity composite flats with pins - MuckyNutz mud guard - ODI grips Maxxis High Roller II on front and back. Plenty of tread on each. The bike is orange. Rockshox suspension is a 170mm Lyrik fork and a 150mm Monarch rear shock. 11 speed. 32t front ring, There are scuffs on the paint from our cable lock when we have transported the bike and from a water bottle cage being taped on to the bike. No dents or cracks in the frame. I did my best to repair the down tub by color matching a piece of vinyl. See the photos for details. I can throw in a Blackburn Corner bag and/or a SKS Anywhere Adapter to help cover the scuffs. Text or call, please. I'm in the Sugar House area. Thanks for looking!

Jan 16, 2018 at 7:16
Jan 16, 2018

Specialized SX Trail 2 - Zee Brakes

$800 USD
This bike is great for the bike parks and shuttlin’. It is stock with the following exceptions… - Shimano Zee brakes - Deity bars - SRAM X7 shifter - SRAM X0 rear derailleur - Do-it-yourself tubeless tires - Deity compound pedals The original build includes… - Fork: 180mm Fox Van with the original spring. I also have springs for lighter and heavier riders. - Shock: Fox DHX RC4 with 2 spring options - Thomson seat post - 26 inch wheels There is wear-and-tear on the bike. Some paint chips and the saddle has blemishes. The decals on the fork are peeling away. None of these issues affected my 15-year old son’s safety or experience as he rode this bike as it was intended last summer. Here is a review: https://www.pinkbike.com/video/172441/

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Jan 3, 2018 at 15:58
Jan 3, 2018
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Jan 3, 2018 at 15:53
Jan 3, 2018

XL Trek Remedy 7, Loaded

$1700 USD
Price dropped from $1,850.00. XT and XTR components from head-to-toe. 1 x 10 drivetrain. Upgraded to Stans Flow EX tubeless wheels. KS Lev dropper internally routed. I am the original owner and have put well over $1.5k in upgrades on this wonderful machine. This bike is in great shape and ready to hit the trails. Please call or text Brett at 8O1 two-three-0ne 87four8. - Fork: RockShox Revelation, 140mm air travel w/climb-trail-descend settings. - Rear Shock: Fox Float air w/climb-trail-descend settings. - Wheels: upgraded to Stans Flow EX tubeless - Front Hub: upgraded to Shimano XTR - Rear Hub: upgraded to Shimano XT - Tires: Bontrager XR4 on the front. Maxxis Aggressor on the back. - Drivetrain: upgraded to 1 x 10. Shimano XT shifter, XT derailleur, XTR cassette with a 42t Wolftooth ring in the back, Race Face 32t narrow-wide up front, XT crankset - Pedals: Deity flats are included - Brakes: upgraded to Shimano XT with Ice-Tech rotors, brake pads with cooling fins - Seatpost: upgraded to KS Lev dropper with Southpaw under-the-bar lever There is a small scratch on the top tube tube near the stem. The ends of the cranks have scratches from pedal strikes. The suspension was serviced last July.

pixelcrane pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 16, 2017 at 11:07
Aug 16, 2017
Replay: Pinkbike LIVE From Whistler - Josh Bryceland, Loosedog, Mark Scott, and Iago Garay
My wife wanted to know: How did the trail Devil's Club in the Whistler Bike Park get its name. Is it... - A weapon - An organization/union of accredited hell-raisers or evil doers - A pub Many thanks and kind regards.
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