Freerider/Downhiller and occasional cyclist/x-country mtn biker.
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This is 2005 Specialized Tarmac full carbon fiber road bike. Only rode it seriously for about 2 years. Probably less than a thousand miles on this bicycle. Specs: -Continental gator skins for tires -Full Carbon Fiber Frame -Full carbon fiber fork -Carbon fiber water bottle holder -Mavic rims -Frame is 56.5cm. -Shimano 105 brakes and crankset -Shimano ultegra derailer -Specialized soft gel avatar 140 seat ( I will also throw in a thinner and lighter Specialized Toupe seat...It's the red and white one pictured) I do not ride anymore because I now work a job where on my feet anywhere from 8-12 hours a day so going for a 60 mile ride on my day off doesn't appeal to me.
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This is a 2007 Kona Stab downhill mountain bike. Can be also used for freeride mountain biking. Downhill bike features 26 inch tires, Fox shocks, maxxis tires and Marzocchi 888 RCV front fork shocks. Bike is size medium. Please e-mail or call/text me at 315-464-0622 to look at or for more pics. Handlebars are slightly bent. Looking to upgrade to another bike. Buyer pays shipping. Will personally deliver if you live within a reasonable drive of Denver, Colorado.
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May 10, 2011 at 18:25May 10, 2011
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Someone must tell me exactly how I can get to these trails. It looks like somewhere above(literally) Squamish B.C. I'm coming through BC/Whistler Northwestern U.S. again this summer and need to get more gnarly bad arse trails like this. Please e-mail me at email@example.com if you have any hints. Thanks.
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Jan 13, 2011 at 15:19Jan 13, 2011
Electric Assist Downhill Bikes?
I also remember test riding a cross country bike at Interbike Rhode Island that had front fork lockout which made it way easier to ride uphill. I wish downhill bikes had front fork lockouts and some sort of rear suspension device that would help it lockout so it would be easier to ride uphill. Does anyone know if they make anything like that?