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Jun 20, 2018 at 3:44Jun 20, 2018
Race face turbine cinch crankset up for sale. 30mm spindle, black, 175mm arms. Cranks always wore boots so minimal/no damage to the ends. There's one small scratch on one of the two arms. Comes with (or will separate) an absolute black 30t oval ring, also in black. No problems with this setup, but I went with shimano for a new build so I decided to sell this one. Probably less than 15 rides on this setup (and my Evil frame), for a total of less than 100 miles...honestly. Riding is sad when you have kids, but at least I can entertain myself with new builds!
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Jun 18, 2018 at 9:31Jun 18, 2018
Decided to put the EVIL up for sale. Great shape, less than 15 rides, black. Had a kid, it collected dust. Never really got along with it in terms of ride, but it's still a great bike. Includes headset, axle, and raceface 30mm bottom bracket. This is the V1 following, but a mid-production example. The linkage was updated and so was the axle from the initial frames. Will grab some photos later. Would definitely prefer a local pickup.
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Feb 28, 2018 at 16:50Feb 28, 2018
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Dec 5, 2017 at 7:46Dec 5, 2017
2017 Pinkbike Awards - Apparel and Protection of the Year Nominees
@flowmotiontours: Their QC blows. Maybe it's changed, but a few years ago I saw three helmets off the shelf at an LBS with off center mouthpieces. My knee pads cracked without a crash, and were replaced for warranty. I'm steering clear of Kali in the future.
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Nov 24, 2017 at 18:44Nov 24, 2017
Eminent Cycles Launches the Haste - First Look
If it's mounted to the rear link, where the axle is, you would end up horrible brake jack. Yes jack, not squat/stiffening. The OG tomac 204s had this setup and were dangerous with it. The homegrowns had it as well and it was a problem there but they had less travel so it was less significant. The OG yeti lawwills had a similar linkage to the one above, but they used a pivot at the front, a pivot at the rear, and an additional pivot that allowed the linkage to "scissor" and neutralize brake forces. http://forums.mtbr.com/attachments/yeti/625227d1310455305-yeti-lawwill-custom-race-frame-need-help-identification-05.jpg Not sure why they used a sliding bushing instead of a scissor link as above, perhaps to avoid a patent, perhaps to save weight.
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