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robotdave danielsapp's article
Aug 4, 2020 at 14:11Aug 4, 2020
Kona Announces New Process X & Aluminum 153
Flip chip for 650b rear on the X is VERY exciting. Here come the mullets....running a Mullet Sentinel with Cascade's LT link and it is absolutely amazing.
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2019 Fox 34 Rhythm 130mm GRIP, comes with 140mm air shaft as well (130mm installed). In great condition, not ridden much as I went with a Lyrik. Stock off of my 2019 large Santa Cruz 5010 alloy. 8.5" steerer, should be plenty for most bikes. Tune ID: DKPW 2019 Performance Series 34 FLOAT 27.5 GRIP 2019, 34, A, FLOAT, 27.5in (2.8in Tire Spacer), P-S, 130, Grip, 3Pos, Matte Blk, No Logo, 15QRx110, 1.5 T, 44mm Rake, N/M OE Trade only for reduced offset (42 or 44mm) 29r fork.
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Push Elevensix Trunnion mount for Transition Sentinel with 525-550lb spring (tuned for 200-215lbs rider). Lower hardware included, bolts right on. In great shape. Around 50-75 hrs on it, everything works awesome. Going a lighter direction with my build. Will ship within US only, payment via PayPal and buyer pays shipping!
robotdave CascadeComponents's article
Jun 24, 2020 at 12:01Jun 24, 2020
Cascade Components Announces Transition Sentinel and Patrol Linkage
If you don't feel like you need it, you probably don't need it. For me the link was the perfect solution to get the right progression I needed on big jumps/features with huge compression while still maintaining suppleness through the fast rough stuff. I'm also 200 lbs, so a larger rider as well which also makes a difference.
robotdave jamessmurthwaite's article
May 19, 2020 at 8:22May 19, 2020
Millyard's Hyper Ride Shock Returns
I wonder what Allen thinks about Cushcore and the likes in relation to the undamped spring comment!
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Mar 22, 2020 at 12:26Mar 22, 2020
Mar 22, 2020 at 12:21Mar 22, 2020
2018 Kona Process 153 CR (carbon) 650b size medium. Custom Build, very well maintained (see details below). No trades. Local buyers preferred. I'll take offers, but the price is very fair, especially compared to other similar bikes on pinkbike. Currently the cheapest 153 on here. Everything is running super strong, no work is needed to shred this bike! Has some cosmetic scratches from regular use, took photos of the worst of it (chainslap on chainstay and mark on fork lowers). Bike overall is in amazing shape and needs nothing to ride. Fresh tune for this season! Recent maintenance (zero rides since this was done last week): Front and rear brake bleed, new shifter cable & housing, Reverb Dropper post bleed, fork lower oil change. New parts last summer included new Eagle GX derailleur, chain, and new Lyrik Charger damper. Extras included: Set of front/rear brake pads, extra 200m SRAM rotors Frame: 2018 Kona Process 153 CR/DL boost spacing (12mm x 148mm) w/ 1.5 degree Works Component headset to slacken it out a bit. With 170mm Lyrik, this puts the head angle at about 64/63.5 degrees. Have the stock headset I can include as well. Fork: Rockshox Lyrik RC2 170mm (HSC, LSC, Rebound). Boost 110 x 15mm spacing. Shock: Rockshox Super Delux air (stock on DL build, climb switch w/ rebound and low speed compression adjust) Brakes: SRAM Guide RSC, 200mm SRAM rotors. Pads are low, but including a new set you can swap in. Drivetrain: Eagle GX 12 speed (10-50 tooth) (stock on DL build) Cranks: Eagle GX w/ 34t x-sync Eagle chainring (stock on DL build) Dropper post: 180mm Rockshox Reverb (stock on DL build) Pedals: DMR Vault Midi Handlebars/Stem: Spank Spike 780mm Wheelset: Easton Arc 30s. Two dents on the rear wheel (running a tub in it), front is flawless. On Novatech hubs. Rear should hold air if you want to run tubeless. Both wheels run straight & true. Tires: Maxxis DHF/DHR exo combo
robotdave dan-roberts's article
Mar 13, 2020 at 14:24Mar 13, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: Would You Rather...? Quick-Fire Edition
EXTERNAL BRAKE ROUTING ALWAYS! Santa Cruz and Transition (I'm sure others too) get this right. Internal dropper and shifter...could care less either way.