Sep 25, 2019 at 9:32Sep 25, 2019
2010 Ibis Mojo HD, Large, Vitamin P color Ibis down tube guard Fox Float 160mm (36mm stanchions, Kashima) Fox Float X CTD 8.5 X 2.5 with Corset upgrade from Vorsprung Cane Creek DB Air (not installed, needs service) Mavic Crossmax Wheels XT shifter, XT shadow plus rear derailleur XT cranks with Wolf Tooth 30t narrow-wide XT cassette with OneUp 42 tooth rear sprocket XTR trail brakes (180mm front, 160mm rear rotors) Ti brake and rotor mounting bolts KS Lev dropper Easton Havoc carbon bar Easton Havoc stem, 50mm Works 1.5 degree angleset
Sep 25, 2019 at 9:18Sep 25, 2019
Bike is in excellent condition, I'm looking to focus on other winter sports this upcoming season. Summer Rubber: Stock Surly Nates Winter Rubber: 45NRTH Studded Dillinger 4s (~$400 value, hardly ridden, and only on the snow) SRAM GC40 cog 94mm BCD 28t chainring (not installed, currently 2x10) I'm the second owner of this beautiful steed, and will miss her dearly. Ready to rock for the shoulder and winter seasons!
Rode in Cranbrook Community Forest. view ridelog
Jul 13, 2019 at 12:46Jul 13, 2019
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Video: Friday Fails #68
Thank goodness the rider @00:31 caught his fall with his face!
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Everesting Queenstown's Skyline Bike Park
absolute madlads and madladies.
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Movies For Your Monday
I remember going to The Plaza to see SEASONS and watching Stevie get shuttled by his mom. What a legend. Never met him but miss him lots.
Jul 31, 2015 at 18:08Jul 31, 2015
I've got a pair of Avid Elixir 9 Carbon brakes with a pair of 160mm rotors. New-ish pads installed on them. I pulled these off a medium frame with a 140mm fork. No bar clamps as they came off of a SRAM matchmaker setup. A thorough description of these brakes is available here: http://www.bikerumor.com/2011/12/13/2012-avid-elixir-9-hydraulic-disc-brakes-unboxed-weighed/ These came off as I've switched our entire stable to Shimano brakes. They work fine, save for Avid's well-known tendency to be noisy in the wet. Pay my asking price and I'll throw in my Avid bleed kit, with a bottle of DOT fluid.
Apr 26, 2015 at 10:20Apr 26, 2015
Shimano SLX Groupset, with an upgraded XT Shadow+ rear derailleur. Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.3" tires front and back, set up tubeless on an upgraded Shimano XTR WH-988 Trail Wheelset Recently overhauled, with a new chain, Cane Creek headset, and fresh rear Avid Elixir brake with new pads up front as well. There's over $3500 into this bike, which is ready to rock for this season. I'm selling as I recently upgraded to another Ibis and this deserves a good home.