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Had these as the spare wheel set for my V10 last year. Only used them a handful of times before moving on to a 650b bike. All tyres are nearly new. One of the Mud Kings has never been used. Superstar DHX Wheels - 157mm rear / 20mm front - Black rims, purple hubs 2 x Michelin Rock R tyres 2 x Continental Mud Kings 2 x Maxxis DH Tubes 2 x Joes No Flats Tubeless System 1 x double wheel bag
Aug 12, 2016 at 10:11Aug 12, 2016
E Thirteen LG1 Chain Guide ISCG05. It's had a few bashes & there's a few hairline cracks in the plastic behind the jockey wheel (shown on photo) but it all works fine.
Aug 12, 2016 at 10:04Aug 12, 2016
Coil Leg for a Fox 40. Think they have an XX Firm spring in them. No scratches on the stantions.
Aug 12, 2016 at 9:58Aug 12, 2016
My old Fox 40 Lowers. A bit battered & scratched, mainly by a Marsh Guard but work perfectly well. No pinch bolt cracks, even have hose guide.
Aug 12, 2016 at 9:42Aug 12, 2016
The ultimate hardcore hardtail? Built this up in late 2014 with spare bits I had lying around in the garage. It ended up being an amazingly spec’d On One 456. Haven’t ridden it for over a year though now so it’s time for it to go & for someone else to have some fun with it. Brakes have just been freshly bled, new cables, new discs & it’s all running like clockwork. Spec is incredible, wheels alone retailed for over £700 & there's a spare rear wheel included. A few scratches on the forks & wheels but forks work perfectly & wheels run true £550 with Reverb post £475 with Crank Brothers Cobalt post & standard seat clamp Frame: On One 456 Evo2 (20”) Fork: Rock Shox Lyric Coil (adjustable 110 – 160mm) Headset: FSA Handlebars: Renthal Fatbar Lite (740mm) Stem: Rental Duo (50mm) Grips: Santa Cruz Palmdale Brakes: Shimano Deore M615 w/ new Ice Tech 180mm rotors Rear Mech: Shimano XT 9spd Front Mech: Shimano XT Chainguide: Blackspire Twinty 2X Cranks: Shimano XT 175mm Pedals: Superstar Nano Flat or Shimano SPD's Wheels: DT Swiss FR2350 w/ spare rear wheel & QR & Minion DHF tyre Tyres: Maxxis High Rollers w/ DH tubes Seat: Selle Italia Troy Lee Designs Seatpost: Rock Shox Reverb Seat Clamp: Hope Dropper
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Fox D.O.S.S. dropper seat post / 31.6 / 5" (120mm) Drop Cable operated dropper post with Mojo customised black stantion. Got this on my Geometron but 5" drop wasn't enough for my long legs so only used it a handful of times. Here's some more info... The remote lever for the D.O.S.S. dropper seatpost features two levers in silver and black. The two levers help in dialing in just the right amount of drop on the post and not have to hunt blindly. Push the smaller black lever and drop the post 40mm to the trail setting. Hitting the black lever again raises the saddle back up to the full height (climb). The silver lever allows the dropper post to move throughout the whole range of travel, including stopping at the 40mm Trail position. The three positions correspond to the Climb/Trail/Descend positions used in the Fox suspension lineup. When in the middle of tackling the toughest trail, the perfect seat height is just a flip of the lever away. The lever can be positioned above or below the bar and on either the left or right side. A low amount of air pressure of between 10-25 PSI is required to smoothly and quickly return the Fox D.O.S.S. dropper seatpost to the full length climb setting. The cable moving from the remote to the post can also be attached to either the right or left side of the saddle to keep the cable routing on different frames clean. Travel Positions Climb (Fully extended) Trail (Middle position-40mm below Climb) Descend (Lowest position)
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Jun 3, 2016 at 1:02Jun 3, 2016
Leatt - UCI WC DH - Fort William Fantasy Contest
1. Troy Brosnan 2. Mick Hannah 3. Danny Hart 1. Rachel Atherton 2. Manon Carpenter 3. Tahnee Seagrave
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May 18, 2016 at 0:16May 18, 2016
Three’s a Crowd: EWS Round 3, Ireland - Highlights Video
Anyone know what the music is between 5 & 6 mins?