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May 16, 2021 at 13:15
May 16, 2021

Specialized Ground Control 26x2.3

$20 CAD
brand new 26" tire- the old 26'er was stolen before I had a chance to install. ~600g Runs narrow for a 2.3 https://www.bikeradar.com/reviews/components/tyres/mountain-bike-tyres/specialized-ground-control-tire-review/

Sep 9, 2020 at 21:42
Sep 9, 2020
quotes PVJP
17.3 km - 01:19 - 1 achievements
Sep 5, 2020 at 12:59
Sep 5, 2020
quotes Lord of the Squirrels
35.8 km - 03:18 - 5 achievements - 1 badges
Hiked in Whistler North. view ridelog hike
Sep 5, 2020 at 12:56
Sep 5, 2020
Sep 1, 2020 at 18:00
Sep 1, 2020
quotes Didn’t find our pot of gold
11.0 km - 01:15
Aug 30, 2020 at 20:14
Aug 30, 2020
quotes First Alpine Mission of the season
50.2 km - 03:42 - 4 achievements - 3 badges
Jul 14, 2020 at 9:47
Jul 14, 2020
Jun 13, 2020 at 18:20
Jun 13, 2020
quotes Highwood Pass
57.1 km - 02:34 - 2 badges
Jun 6, 2020 at 14:01
Jun 6, 2020
quotes Ranger Snakes RB Bobcat Strange
13.8 km - 01:21 - 2 achievements
Selling
Apr 26, 2020 at 12:37
Apr 26, 2020

Ibis Mojo HD 160

$1300 CAD
2013 Mojo HD 160 160mm Fox 36 (Fresh SKF Seals and a damper service in 2018) 160mm of rear travel via a Fox Float X CTD, upgraded & serviced 2018 with a Vorsprung Corset (https://vorsprungsuspension.com/blogs/news/17163160-vorsprung-corset-air-sleeves-the-how-and-the-why) Size Large in Vitamin "P" color 12x142 through axle rear Shimano XTR Front brake on a 203mm rotor (Fresh bleed in 2020) Shimano XT Rear brake on a 180mm rotor (purchased new in 2020) Mavic CrossMax SX Wheels KS Lev 150mm Dropper (serviced 2018) with Southpaw remote. Shimano XT Drivetrain 1x10 (30t wolf tooth front chainring new in 2018, new bottom bracket in 2019) Works Components Angled headset with -1.5 (Nets about a 65.5˚ HTA). Easton Havoc 50mm stem Easton Havoc carbon bars (around 780mm) Schwalbe Magic Mary 2.4 tire up front Specialized Purgatory 2.3 rear Size Large- I'm about 5'9" and I'd suggest this size is a good fit for folks 5'8" through 5'11". This has been my do-it-all quiver-killer since 2014 and I've found it quite suitable for everything from park laps at Whistler, to a relaxing cruise around merlin view :) I've been judicious about servicing this bike and it needs nothing for the 2020 season other than a pair of your favourite pedals and a strong set of legs.

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