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Santa Cruz Heckler S - Mint cond - Lady ridden

$1100 CAD
Selling my beloved Heckler (named Henry). I've only been able to ride DH & lifts the past 3 years due to injury and I'm moving to Ontario, so I feel like it's time to let go. Great bike for smaller rider/teen/woman. Lotta fun to ride. Great to learn on for someone getting into the sport. Custom built by bike store owner. Maintained by a mechanic. Stored indoors. Lady-ridden. --------------------------------------------- Size: Small Aluminium single-pivot frame Front: Fox Float 32 RLC 6” Rear: RP23 150mm Brakeset: Juicy Carbon Saddle: WTB Handlebar: RaceFace Atlas (I can throw in some wider Salsa bars too) Headset: Chris King Hubs: Shimano XT Derailleur: SRAM X9 Other: bash guard, chain stay guard Tires: Brand New Minions with 1 ride last season Weighed 29 lbs w/previous tires ------------------------------------------------------ Links Santa Cruz Overview of Heckler 6: Geometry chart:

sdmgz BCBR's article
Jul 4, 2018 at 15:36
Jul 4, 2018
Video: Canadian MTB Communities in BC are Shifting From Resources to Recreation
@leelau: hmm, based on personal observation I still find this hard to believe. Outside of a sunny Saturday, long weekend or crankworkx i find the village super sleepy in summer. But at least they're developing summer activities rapidly (even if they cost an arm and a leg) you know, with climate change an all...
sdmgz BCBR's article
Jul 4, 2018 at 13:02
Jul 4, 2018
Video: Canadian MTB Communities in BC are Shifting From Resources to Recreation
I am SO for this, but let's not delude ourselves into thinking recreation can or will replace resource-based jobs. It can help, but needs to be part of a much stronger and broader plan for rural & small town development that has to include knowledge jobs. Free trails and cafes won't pay anyone's pensions. I wish some of these town made a greater effort to reduce their car-centric planning. They'd be much more livable and desirable if they were walkable/rideable and better planned. Squamish is amazing for the rec, but the town is a hole. 2 strip malls on the side of the road :s Don't get me wrong, I'm glad ppl are doing this work and showcasing the benefits. Biking is definitely better than logging or mining (esp the way its done in BC) but the jobs aren't there--yet. Kudos BCBR and Destination BC.
sdmgz BCBR's article
Jul 4, 2018 at 12:54
Jul 4, 2018
Video: Canadian MTB Communities in BC are Shifting From Resources to Recreation
According to Tourism Whistler, yes. I don't know how they arrived at those numbers. And as mentioned, more visitors =/= more business. Otherwise hotels and other services wouldn't reduce hours or lay ppl off in the summer months.
Jun 28, 2018 at 12:33
Jun 28, 2018
Race Report: Downhill BC Premier Series - Whistler Bike Park
Full course if you're curious like I was: Damn! I could've podiumed by default had I known this was on despite never being able to cleanly ride the lower Dh rock section. Doh
sdmgz NSMBA's article
Jun 27, 2018 at 9:22
Jun 27, 2018
NSMBA Embraces Building Diversity in the Mountain Bike Community Also--I coldn't resist--in the above Abi Yoga post, he is the first man to hit on her (attempt to hit on? I dunno, it's not very good). *shrug* He's a 40 year old man-child who doesn't understand analogies.
sdmgz meagerdude's article
Jun 26, 2018 at 21:04
Jun 26, 2018
6 Women's Shoes Tested - 2018 Summer Gear Guide
@ProChargedZ28: Couldn't find a pair of 5.10s that fit well and felt good, personally. Got the Giro Jackets. Very comfy, great insole & support, super durable. Beat the crap out of them in all conditions in Whistler and all the only sign of wear is some fuzz on the laces. I have nothing to compare the grippiness too but I don't slip off my pretty shitty pedals. They also keep the water out in moderate rain fairly well. Cons: not a lot of grip when hike-a-biking steep bits of loose-on-hard pack or in the wet
sdmgz NSMBA's article
Jun 26, 2018 at 19:21
Jun 26, 2018
NSMBA Embraces Building Diversity in the Mountain Bike Community
@mikealive: @mikealive: It's more like: > piece about inclusion implies that some ppl/groups feel unwelcome, presumably ppl/groups that are already participating or interested in participating > Bruh doesn't experience it, so therefore it must not exist All the logic: > Woman: I've been raped. > Woman 2: Ya I've been raped too. > Women: Ya, many of us have been raped actually. > Some dude: I never raped anybody and I don't know anyone who raped anybody! Can't be a thing. I think a bunch of ppl shitting their pants and often mis-reading the situation--who said ANYTHING about FORCED diversity?!?!--is a display of ppl feeling threatened. I've only been biking for a few years, but I have personally experienced the shift in how women appear or are talked about in mtb videos and how men talk about women in these comment threads. As a lady human, this has been welcome. Multiple ppl in this thread have proclaimed that they ride to get away from the world and responded with 'Just ride your bike'. Shocker: I AM just trying to ride my bike but sometimes I have to deal with dude bros being misogynistic scumbags in the line or on the lift. Kinda ruins that inclusive, welcoming vibe bruh.
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