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Jul 30, 2017
Jul 30, 2017 at 8:15
Jul 30, 2017

Giant Reign X1

$1350 USD
2012 Giant Reign X1 bought as a leftover at the end of 2013. Fox DHX 5.0 shock, Fox Float 36mm fork, Saint pedals, Sram X7 front and X9 rear derailleurs, Maxxis Minioin Dhf tires with lots of tread left, WTB Rocket V seat, Elixir 5 brakes and factory Giant dropper post. Bike was ridden regularly for a couple seasons, so there are normal wear marks, but is in overall great shape. I've never shipped a bike before so I'd like to keep the sale limited to the midwest, but I'd be willing to work with someone over shipping.

psquared RichardCunningham's article
Apr 25, 2014 at 17:00
Apr 25, 2014
Lapierre Gravity Republic Uses Data Acquisition at Cairns World Cup DH
They're going to be pretty disappointed in the speed data that they collect. Rachel Atherton said she got passed by someone walking along the course in qualifying!
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Apr 10, 2014 at 18:55
Apr 10, 2014
Video: How To Make A Sick Edit
Just be sure to pick a lens size and be a dick about it.
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Mar 9, 2014 at 13:06
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Mar 9, 2014 at 13:03
Mar 9, 2014

Specialized Stumpjumper FSR, Medium

$500 USD
I am selling my 2006 Stumpjumper FSR, medium frame. It is a great full suspension bike for someone looking to get into riding. It is well taken care of and in great mechanical shape. There are a few scratches from normal riding, but no crash damage or repairs. Here is the link to the Specialized site with all the tech specs: Upgrades include: Kenda Nevagal tires, 26x2.35 Shimano crankset and bottom bracket- brand new, maybe 2 rides on them, 2x9 drivetrain New Sram chain and cassette replaced mid-2013 New Straitline bash ring Bionicon chainguide Answer Rove pedals w/extra pins

psquared mattwragg's article
Feb 28, 2014 at 6:41
Feb 28, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: Should Mountain Bike Companies Consider Ditching Model Years?
I agree, something like a different color/livery would narrow it down, like you said, or maybe the use of an id #, like the VIN on a car. Either one would help to both determine both the age and production run of a frame. You know how old it is, and I can get my parts. Everybody wins.
psquared mattwragg's article
Feb 28, 2014 at 4:35
Feb 28, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: Should Mountain Bike Companies Consider Ditching Model Years?
There needs to be some way to differentiate exactly what frame you have so you can determine part compatibility, whether it's a year designation or a model/version number. I don't want to have to memorize or carry a spec sheet with me whenever I'm looking at upgrading or replacing parts. For example: I don't know the bearing sizes in my suspension pivots, and I don't want to. I'd rather be able to call my LBS and say I have a 2012 Fooduro V3, can you order me bearings for the rear suspension? Components are one thing, but some parts are frame particular and change when new models are introduced.
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