sdrides radek's article
Feb 15, 2019 at 16:09Feb 15, 2019
Trailforks Introduces Trail Grade Visualization
“The question we asked ourselves was, how can we represent the grade to instantly convey to the user an understanding of the trail characteristics?” The best way to instantly understand the trail characteristics is to put away your phone, then go ride your bike. Right away.
sdrides RichardCunningham's article
Dec 13, 2018 at 10:38Dec 13, 2018
Field Test: GT Sensor Carbon Expert
Where the reach numbers at?
sdrides shimano's article
Dec 1, 2018 at 20:50Dec 1, 2018
Video: Steve Peat & Nico Vouilloz Have 'Unfinished Business'
@krankin: Mountain biking IS fun, but it’s “about” more than fun. There’s an ethic that goes along with it - and underlying set of principles and values that makes it meaningful. Granted, that’s a little different for everyone, but e-bikes on the trails are an abomination to many of our ethics and so we don’t wish to see our heroes using them.
sdrides pinkbikeoriginals's article
Oct 17, 2018 at 17:39Oct 17, 2018
sdrides nouser's photo
May 23, 2016 at 21:15May 23, 2016
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May 23, 2016 at 21:14May 23, 2016
Jun 9, 2013 at 20:42Jun 9, 2013
Up for sale here is a 2010 Jamis Dakar XCR Pro with a 19" frame in raw carbon color. The frame is full suspension, utilizing Jamis' classic Dakar design, and is full carbon, which makes it incredibly light and responsive. The carbon makes the bike laterally stiff, so it corners on rails while still soaking up every bump in the trail along the way. I rode this bike for two seasons and used it primarily as a race bike, so it has had many new components and upgrades. Honestly, too many variations from the original kit to list, but look through the component spec below and you'll see this bike is pretty decked out. The drivetrain is in good condition and the rear cassette shows very little wear - this bike is ready to go right out of the box. There are the usual knicks and scuffs in the frame and fork from two seasons of use, but certainly nothing out of the ordinary and nothing beyond cosmetic. I am selling the bike because I have a knee injury that's keeping me from riding for the foreseeable future. Take a look at the specs below, and please feel free to email me with any questions. Thanks for looking! Here's the breakdown: Frame 19”, full carbon fiber. 100mm travel rear, Fox RP2 shock, cartridge bearing pivots. Fork Fox 32FRL, FIT Damper, air spring, external rebound adjustor, lever-actuated lockout, 32mm stanchions, 100mm travel. Recently rebuilt, so it is in excellent condition. Headset Ritchey Pro Logic Press fit, semi-integrated with 20mm shim stack, 1 1/8”. Wheels Mavic XM317 disc rims, 32H, Shimano Deore XT M775 Center Lock disc hubs, DT Swiss Champion 2.0mm stainless steel spokes. Tires Front: Geax Mezcal 26x2.1 (very good condition) Rear: Continental Mountain King 26x2.2 (getting a little worn) Derailleurs Shimano XTR Shadow rear and Deore XT front Shift levers Shimano Deore XT Rapidfire Plus SL, 27-speed Chain 2 SRAM PC-991 9 CrossStep chains (one on bike and one new in box) Cassette SRAM PowerGlide 980, 9-speed, 11-34 Crankset/BB Shimano Deore XT Hollowtech II, 44/32/22, 175mm Pedals Crank brothers eggbeater, cleats included Brakes Shimano Deore XT hydraulic disc brakes with 160mm Center Lock rotors Handlebar Ritchey Pro Carbon Rizer, 31.8mm OD x 20mm rise x 670mm (a few knicks in the clearcoat, but nothing too bad) Stem Ritchey Pro 4-Axis, 31.8mm bar bore x 6D rise x 110mm Grips Jamis Lock-On dual density Seat Post Ritchey Pro 2B OS, 31.6 x 350mm Saddle WTB Silverado Team