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Canyon Strive 8.0 CF

$3750 USD
This bike is mint. Maybe 10 rides on it. Will ship at buyer's expense. Completely stock. Fork: FOX 36 FLOAT Performance Elite, 170 mm Rear shock: FOX Performance Elite DPX2 Drivetrain: SRAM X01 Eagle Brakes: SRAM Code RSC Wheels: DT Swiss EX 1700 SPLINE Tires: MAXXIS MINION DHR II 2.4/MAXXIS MINION SEMI SLICK 2.3 Seat post: RockShox Reverb Stealth, 150 mm

road-n-dirt mikekazimer's article
Apr 24, 2019 at 5:54
Apr 24, 2019
First Look: Garmin's New Edge 530 and 830 Cycling Computers
Look at the Bryton 530. Not touchscreen but has a lot of features without the hefty price tag. Also the battery life is phenomenal
road-n-dirt RichardCunningham's article
Apr 17, 2019 at 12:17
Apr 17, 2019
Can You Guess These 21 Tires By Their Tread Patterns Alone? - Sea Otter 2019
problem is most of these tires have not been out long enough to score high. Unless you are studying press releases. And some of the angles that the pictures were taken did not help. Hell I was thrown off by the Magic Mary just because of the angle.
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Mar 22, 2019

Devinci Django 27.5 NX w/upgrades

$2300 USD
2017 Devinci Django alloy NX 1x11 build. Frame is in great condition with no dents just a few scratches from riding. Original fork has been replaced with a 140mm Fox Rhythmm 34, NX derailleur has been replaced with GX. Dropper post lever is Wolftooth light action lever. Brand new Geax (Vittoria) Goma tires 2.4 upfront with a 2.25 in the rear. Bike has been recently tuned and is ready to ride the trails.

road-n-dirt RichardCunningham's article
Mar 15, 2019 at 3:48
Mar 15, 2019
QBP's High-End Whisky Carbon Components will Sell on Amazon & eBay
Wow...a lot of negativity towards LBS vs buying online. As a shop owner, racer, rider, and consumer I can understand a lot of the arguments. First thing that I will address is that LBS that do not evolve. We have some tech savy people, including myself, to run an online business. The problem is manufactures and distributors, such as QBP, do not want/approve internet sales much less selling on eBay or Amazon event though you see it countless times. Hell the new AXS stuff is already all over eBay. So those LBSes that choose to play by the rules are kinda between a rock and a hard spot when trying to compete with online shops. One thing that we do is we will price match almost anyone and if we do not have a product more than likely we can get it faster than you even though you can order it yourself. These are points we make known. Not that it works all the time, as you have those that want to order online and that is fine. However, if it is a part that need to be installed and you have your bike in for service more than likely you are going to pay to have that installed vs it just being thrown in. Second, LBS stocking clothing. That is a hard one. So many colors and sizes. then the showrooming that consumers do (try it on to see what fits then go buy it online) Who wants that? Then end of the season have to blow it all out. Does not make sense. LBSes stock more niche products that are not widely available online or sold at super discounted prices. We also only carry brands that allow us to trade in our unsold product to go toward the purchase of fresh product. At the end of the day, yes the LBS need to evolve and yes those that do not will die. We got into vehicle outfitting installing racks, hitches and such because you need to transport that bike right. Yes we sell racks but what shop installs hitches? We created a one stop shop for that. That is evolving and creating a positive customer experience. That is what is strived for...the customer experience. Whether you want a greenway bike or the latest rad ride from brand X. You , as the sales person need to speak the language of the consumer. If you can get these things right you will survive, but some of you need to quit being so hard on the LBS community. We are here for you all and not the other way around. We are here because we are as passionate about the sport as you are. No we are not going to stock every part or have every high end part, that does not make economical sense. However, there are good shops out there that are looking to serve your every need, you as the consumer just need to give them a chance. If you see foul shit then by all means don't make your purchases there but do not group us all together that we are all about ripping people off. Hell, for those that like Starbucks coffee you pay $4-$5 for a beverage that cost less than $1 to make. Nobody screams Starbucks is ripping people off and that is something you can easily do at home. My shop started as online only, that made the most economical sense. Distributors and manufactures forced brick & mortar or would not sell to me. That's fine we have evolved and are still in business and actually just expanded, while other shops have closed. Sorry for the long rant, but yes some shops suck, does the typical business model suck? yes. But there are some of us out there that are doing things different than the traditional BS. Go out there and find them, they are out there willing to serve you. They probably ride next to you on the trails and you don't even know it.
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Mar 5, 2019 at 16:12
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Mar 5, 2019

Rocky Mountain Altitude A70

$3000 USD
2 rides on this beauty. Here's your chance to get an awesome bike at an awesome price. Just in time for riding season. Can be purchased at Specs. Frame - FORM™ Alloy. Full Sealed Cartridge Bearings. Press Fit BB. Internal Cable Routing. 2-Bolt ISCG05 Tabs. RIDE-9™ Adjustable Geometry + Suspension Rate Fork - Fox 36 Float EVOL FIT4 Performance Elite 160mm Front Travel - 160 mm Shock - Fox Float DPX2 Performance Elite Rear Travel - 150 mm Headset - FSA Orbit NO.57E Stem - Rocky Mountain 35 AM Handlebar - Race Face Turbine R 780mm Grips - Rocky Mountain Lock On XC Brakes - Shimano XT 180 mm Shifters - Sram GX Eagle Front Derailleur - Rocky Mountain Spirit Guide Rear Derailleur - Sram GX Eagle Cranks & Chainrings - Sram Stylo 7k Eagle 34T Bottom Bracket - Sram GXP BB92 Cassette - Sram XG-1275 10-50T Chain - Sram GX Eagle Front Hub - Rocky Mountain Sealed Boost 15mm Rear Hub - DT Swiss 370 Boost 148mm Spokes - WTB 1.8-1.6 Rims - Sun Düroc 30 Tubeless Ready - Tape / Valves Incl Tires - Maxxis Minion DHF WT 27.5 x 2.5 / Minion DHR II WT Maxx Terra 3C Tubeless Ready 27.5 x 2.4 Seatpost - Fox Transfer Performance Elite 30.9mm Saddle - WTB Silverado Race

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