Oct 16, 2017 at 6:50Oct 16, 2017
2008 Giant Trance X0 in hard to find XS size (14.5"). Bike should fit a height range of 4' 6" and up to about 5' 4" Bike is in great shape, my son has moved on from this bike, so this one is ready to the next boy or girl to enjoy. Equipped with SLX drivetrain 3 x 10spd, Shimano Hydraulic brakes, Revelation fork and RP23 shock provide lots of adjustments for all riders. Will get pictures and full parts details up in the next couple of days. Cheers and thanks for looking.
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Oct 6, 2017 at 10:56Oct 6, 2017
Casey Brown Rips Up the Monashees: C3 Project Summer Series - Video
I know it said Monashee Mtns, but where specifically were some of the riding areas. Looks like some reasonable established trails that would be amazing to ride. Look like another beautiful area to add to the bucket list.
rsidedown AJBarlas's article
Oct 3, 2017 at 11:43Oct 3, 2017
Ryders Roam Glasses with Fyre Tech - Review
I bought a pair of the Ryders with the rain coating and whatever else they claim in a clear lens. I find there is distortion in the lens and the anti-fog / anti whatever does not work. I rode with guy that picked up a set of the 3M glasses, tried them on a ride and liked them way better, all for unde $20 (CAD) versus the big $$$ Ryders are trying to fleece us for. My glasses were closer to $100, so not as crazy $$$ as these new and improved ones, but seeing as though my $100 glass purchase seemed excessive and didn't yield very favorable results the thought of the $240 glasses is insane. I will pick a set of these up when I pay $2500 - $3000 for my new carbon wheels, oh wait, that's never,
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Aug 10, 2017 at 11:48Aug 10, 2017
The Steve Smith Bike Park Looks Amazing - Opening Day
Fantastic, can't wait to ride their with my kids.
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Aug 1, 2017 at 7:04Aug 1, 2017
The Brandon Semenuk Film: C3 Project Summer Series - Video
This young kid seems to have some talent. I wonder if he builds those trails or brings in people / machines to build as that would take a lot of time to build and sculpt those lines out. Good to see him blasting through some trails that are not all finely manicured. You heard it hear first Semenuk moves to EWS for 2018.
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Jul 25, 2017 at 6:58Jul 25, 2017
Giant Reign Advanced 2018 - First Ride
@blackthorne: The bigger question is the comparison done like to like bike. An XC race bike with Spec FSR will liikely climb better than an Reign or Glory due to weight and travel. Even within the Giant lineup I found a noticeable difference between the Trance and the Reign in climbing capabilities and how the bikes felt despite being close in weight, same front travel and similar equipment spec. The Trance was a more efficient climber. So compare Enduro to Reign on Stumpjumper to Trance and then report back. It's been a long time since I was on either a Stumpjumper or the Enduro, but the older models, to me, were not as efficient as the as the Trance and Reign. Then again, the Enduro did feel like it had more plush travel then the Reign.
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Jul 24, 2017 at 20:17Jul 24, 2017
Jun 28, 2017 at 11:20Jun 28, 2017
2017 Pike RCT3 fork for sale. Boost spacing 15x110, 150mm travel, steerer tube is 7.25" long. The fork was removed from a 2017 SC Bronson. and is in excellent, like new condition. Was used from end of February to the end of May. Just changed the oil in lowers, everything was looking as new. Has 2 x tokens installed. This is a very nice fork that feels fantastic and is very adjustable. Has been one of my favorite forks to date, replaced with same fork with 160mm travel. Need to sell as don't require a spare fork. Asking $575 CAD. Cheers and thanks for looking
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Jun 22, 2017 at 13:14Jun 22, 2017
Win a Knolly Warden - NSMBA 10for20 Draw Party
I already have a few tickets in the draw and would love to win a super sweet ride like that Knolly. Please feel free ton continue to purchase tickets donate your $$$ toward the excellent work that NSMBA does.
rsidedown RichardCunningham's article
Jun 6, 2017 at 9:40Jun 6, 2017
Giant Trance Advanced 1 - Review
I almost bought one of these to replace my 2014 Trance SX. Very nice spec on the bike, pretty damn light too. I went another route as the last couple of Fox 34 and Float's were not my thing. I have been a big Fox 36 RC2 fan, but not the CTD or whatever name they choose to call it. Same on the back, would really like to try a X2 but the CTD type Floats I don't like. Maybe once there are more options in the metric trunnion mount shock available I would give this bike a go. FWIW, this is the first time in over 7 years, I am not riding a Giant Trance or Reign. One other point the Giant branded wheels in the past although a bit narrow were very nicely built, quite light and stood up very well (change out the aluminum nipples to brass and all was good). The older TRX-1 wheels had DT Swiss 240/350 internals, I think the newer wheels are still using DT Swiss internals but a lower end selection. All in all a very nice package for the price, given the price of other comparable bikes.