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Dec 3, 2021 at 13:42Dec 3, 2021
Field Test Review: 2022 Trek Top Fuel - Same Name, Different Bike
@wyorider: It's true, unfortunately. I've had bad experiences with durability on 2/3 re-activ shocks I've owned. Harsh knocking and cavitating have developed in less than a season's worth of x-country riding. Bummer. Trek and Fox insist it's normal.
Nov 26, 2021 at 20:30Nov 26, 2021
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Oct 14, 2021 at 14:50Oct 14, 2021
seans sarahmoore's article
Apr 26, 2021 at 10:18Apr 26, 2021
Field Trip: BMC's $1,599 Twostroke is Perfect for Your First XC Race
Anyone else here "f#ck you" on repeat in the intro song?
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Apr 30, 2020 at 13:32Apr 30, 2020
Apr 30, 2020 at 13:29Apr 30, 2020
I purchased this bike new in 2018. It's always been meticulously maintained and cleaned (see pictures). I live in Saskatchewan, so this bike has been used as a long-travel XC bike - no big jumps, drops etc. Aside from grips (ODI Ruffian lock-on) and cassette (XX1 in gold), the bike is stock. Top-of-the-line parts spec. No scratches, scuffs, mechanical or cosmetic blemishes whatsoever. Wheels are true. The rear shock was serviced mid-April, 2020. New sintered metallic brake pads front and rear. Ready to rip!! Frame: OCLV Mountain Carbon main frame & stays, ABP, Boost148, Knock Block steerer stop, Full Floater, EVO link, tapered head tube, Mino Link, Control Freak internal routing, Carbon Armor, PF92, ISCG 05, G2 Geometry, 130 mm travel Fork: Fox Factory 34 Float, FIT4 3-position damper, tapered steerer, Kashima Coat, Boost110, G2 Geometry w/51 mm offset, 130 mm travel Rear suspension: Fox Factory Float EVOL, RE:aktiv with Thru Shaft 3-position damper, Kashima Coat, tuned by Trek Suspension Lab, 210x52.5 mm (serviced mid-April, 2020) Wheels: Bontrager Line Carbon Pro 30, Tubeless Ready, 108T Rapid Drive, Boost110 front, Boost148 rear Tires: Bontrager XR4 Team Issue 29x2.40 front; Bontrager XR3 Team Issue 29x2.2 Rear Shifters: SRAM XX1 Eagle, 12 speed Rear derailleur: SRAM XX1 Eagle, Roller Bearing Clutch Crank: SRAM XX1 Eagle carbon 32T Direct Mount Cassette: SRAM XX1, 10-50, 12-speed Chain: SRAM XX1 Eagle Pedals: Not included Saddle: Bontrager Evoke Race Lite, carbon rails Seatpost: Bontrager Line, internal routing, 31.6 mm, 125 mm Handlebar: Bontrager Line Pro, OCLV Carbon, 35 mm, 15 mm rise, 750 mm width Grips: ODI Ruffian lock-on Stem: Bontrager Line Pro, Knock Block, 35 mm clamp, 0-degree Head set: Knock Block Integrated, sealed cartridge bearing, 1-1/8˝ top, 1.5˝ bottom Brake set: SRAM Guide Ultimate 4-piston hydraulic disc (new sintered pads in April, 2020)
Jun 26, 2019 at 7:41Jun 26, 2019
seans Nukeproofinternational's article
Dec 18, 2018 at 7:26Dec 18, 2018
Adam Brayton Joins Nukeproof for 2019
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Sep 7, 2018 at 12:34Sep 7, 2018
BMC Launches New Fourstroke 01 XC Bike
@davemays: Probably have to disassemble things in a specific order (e.g., remove the shock first and move the rear end through it's travel to access inboard seatstay pivot bolts). Just a guess though.
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Apr 13, 2018 at 14:53Apr 13, 2018