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scottrallye pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 15, 2016 at 7:05
Nov 15, 2016
2016 Pinkbike Awards - Suspension Product of the Year Nominees
"They nearly did just that; not end the pudgy pandemic, I mean, but create a mid-travel fork that was ever so close to trumping the best from RockShox and Fox." "...ever so close to TRUMPing the best..." *triggered* *starts protesting*
scottrallye rasoulution's article
Jul 13, 2016 at 10:23
Jul 13, 2016
Danny Hart Secures First ever World Cup Victory in Lenzerheide
All these people bitching about Redbull player... never mind they don't have to pay anything to watch these events. "I paid nothing to support Redbull or watch this event, I demand it work perfectly every time!" The entitlement generation at it's finest.
scottrallye mikekazimer's photo
Dec 14, 2015 at 15:03
Dec 14, 2015
Emblem looks crooked. Gotta find SOMETHING not totally perfect on this thing... it's like a "beauty mark", makes it even better ;)

Dec 14, 2015 at 12:35
Dec 14, 2015

Yeti SB66 - Fox Float 34 CTD - Wife's Bike, like new

$2000 USD
Are your friends way faster than you? Do they leave you in their dust on the? Do you cry yourself to sleep at night over your Strava times? Or are you just looking for a fantastic mountain bike in near perfect condition? Well here’s your opportunity to up your awesome by a factor of 1000! This is my wife’s beautiful 2013 Yeti SB66. She is too wrapped up in her horses to ride it much these days, and I’d rather see someone else put it to use than let it collect dust. It has literally seen about 50 miles of use I’m sad to say… which means it’s immaculate. Review: Here is the list of components: Yeti SB66 Frame Size Medium, 2013 - • Purpose: Trail /All-mountain/Enduro • Hydroformed 6061 aluminum frame • Rear-wheel travel: 6"/152mm • Fox RP23 Float CTD rear shock • Switch Technology Suspension • Tapered InSet headtube, 44/56mm • 12 x 142mm rear axle • Splined BB shell w/ ISCG-03/05 adapter Parts: • 2014 Fox Float 34 150mm(6”) Travel CTD Fork – 15mm QR Thru-axle • Rock Shox Reverb - 150mm Dropper post • WTB Saddle • Salsa Seat Post Collar • Evergreen East Lock-on grips • Shimano XT Brakes • Shimano SLX Shifters • Gravity Lite 50 MM Stem (Pictured with Thompson) • Easton EC70 Carbon Handlebar, 720mm • Cane Creek Tapered Headset • Shimano XT Cranks/Bottom Bracket 2x • Shimano XT Cassette 10x (20 gear options total) • Shimano XT Chain • Shimano XT Rear Derailleur • SRAM X7 Front Derailleur • DT SWISS X1600 Wheelset - Tubeless • Magnesium Flat Pedals • Schwalbe Racing Ralph Rear Tire - Tubeless • Schwalbe Nobby Nick Front Tire – Tubeless Asking $2,000 OBO.

scottrallye fraktiv's article
Aug 19, 2015 at 16:32
Aug 19, 2015
5 Things You Need To Know: World Cup DH 2015, Val di Sole
But that run of Sam's in 08 was LEGENDARY. And Rob Warner (and his job) are only here today because he "cleaned it up" to make the televised sport more appropriate for all ages. And if you use that as a gauge, it's worked. Compare the coverage of the races in 2015 compared to 2008.
scottrallye astonmtb's article
Aug 19, 2015 at 15:07
Aug 19, 2015
Bits 'n Pieces - Crankworx Whistler 2015
I'm not sure YOU understand what a monopoly is. "Petrol is unnecessary and only continues due to a monopoly." That's what you said. Petrol has a monopoly on what? A single (or very few) big companies having total control over an industry is a monopoly. An oil company can have a monopoly on the oil industry, but what does petrol itself have a monopoly on? Cars? Products? Bicycle parts? Petrol itself, but definition, can't have a monopoly on anything, it's technically just a chemical. You can argue that our world's dependence on petroleum products is due to monopolistic domination of the oil industry by a couple of huge companies (which is what I think you are trying to argue), but discussing "necessity" is completely subjective. Really, all I technically need to survive is food, water, and enough clothing/shelter to prevent me from dying of exposure. So from that standpoint, you are absolutely correct. Petroleum is unnecessary. For the human race to carry on existing in it's current state (and for us to enjoy mountain biking), then you are incorrect, it's absolutely a necessity. Unless you want to take a huge leap back to the bronze age, live on a plot of land and cultivate your own food and live in a tiny shack made of local resources, then you are incorrect buddy. Hate to break it to you.
scottrallye tobiusmaximum's photo
Aug 18, 2015 at 15:55
Aug 18, 2015
Hmmm, those tires look like they were made with petroleum-derived materials. Better throw them away. Oh, and your hydraulic brake lines. And all the grease on that bike. And your chain lubricant. And all the machinery that mined, processed, transported, and machined every part, bolt, and screw on that bike. The boat that bike was shipped on wasn't a sailboat. Now do you see what I'm on about?

scottrallye astonmtb's article
Aug 18, 2015 at 15:51
Aug 18, 2015
Bits 'n Pieces - Crankworx Whistler 2015
^^lol^^ Obviously you're not sure what I'm on about if you are so dumb you'll call petroleum "unnecessary". Only a wildly ignorant, uninformed person could state that. You can say a LOT of things about the petroleum industry and a lot of it would be awful. Pretending that your life and this hobby we do called "mountain biking" isn't heavily dependent on the petroleum you claim is "unnecessary" is just plain ignorant and straight-up WRONG.
scottrallye astonmtb's article
Aug 18, 2015 at 11:37
Aug 18, 2015
Bits 'n Pieces - Crankworx Whistler 2015
Awww, c'mon guys, tell me more about how I'm a "true oil burning" American! All I did was point out how truly minor petroleum-free suspension oil is in the big picture (even though I didn't say anything about it being a bad idea). I'd LOVE to hear more about what a horrible oil-guzzling person I am, while you choose to ignore how much of the sport we love is dependent on petroleum.
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