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Selling our IBIS RIPMO XX1 eagle shifter, derailleur with XO1 cassette and GX cranks (I have the carbon XX1 cranks too) Avalanche tuned FOX36 with coil spring and Avalanche tuned X2 shock as well as DB Air backup shock Ibis 942 rims laced to i9 aluminum spokes and hydra rear hub Deity copperhead and carbon bars Fox transfer dropper The upper triangle is fairly new as it was replaced under warranty and so is the rear hub with few miles on it. Bike has some scuffs from riding around NE trails but is otherwise fully decked out and ready to shred. Bike will be serviced by and shipped by LGS. Make an offer.
shrinky RichardCunningham's article
Nov 8, 2019 at 14:55Nov 8, 2019
Poll: When Does a Trail Become a Roadway?
Nice nonsense poll
shrinky jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 17, 2019 at 11:23Oct 17, 2019
Mountain Biker Dies Following A-Line Crash
how is this news?
shrinky danielsapp's article
Oct 11, 2019 at 14:22Oct 11, 2019
Video: Johannes Fischbach’s Massive 140 Meter Ski Jump Crash - Updated with Behind the Scenes
this been done by some crazy German decades ago with narrow barrows and all.
shrinky mikelevy's article
Aug 20, 2019 at 12:01Aug 20, 2019
Video: Intense's New 140mm Primer Does (Almost) All the Wheel Sizes
Seat tube still too long and so are the chain stays. The two issues that held the original primer back which is a bummer
shrinky KNOLLYBIKES's article
Aug 13, 2019 at 12:22Aug 13, 2019
Knolly Launches New Wardens and Delirium
I have been slowly coming to terms and to a happy place with my fugitive after switching from the RIPMO. It is heavy and took me a while to figure out what setup is needed to wake it up. The stock 50mm stem should go to the garbage bin instantly. At 6 feet tall I now have a 35mm stem with 770 bars and its spot on. The rear suspension is fantastic with a coil shock but not great with air which I started on for some reason. Couldn't get it dialed out of too harsh or bottom. Too easy zone even with a custom tune but the bomber Rx with a stiffer spring is gold. Supple and supportive. I love how there are so few pedalstrikes with this bike compared to the ripmo. Bike is so grippy when attached to steep rocks in both directions. Well done! Also props for offering MRP forks with your builds.
shrinky mikekazimer's article
Jul 26, 2019 at 14:09Jul 26, 2019
Review: MRP Ribbon Coil Fork
Just read this again after getting the fork for tested here. Switching from the god awful new lyrik. The entire review here drips bias towards the big guys at fox and RS and is a real disgrace. You have to stuff the lyrik and 36 with tokens to get any sort of bottoming resistance which makes for a horrible ride or you have to run so much pressure that the fork is basically rigid. But hey whatever pays your bills pinkbike
shrinky mikelevy's article
Jun 3, 2019 at 5:20Jun 3, 2019
Cannondale's Split-Shock DH Bike Explained - Fort William DH World Cup 2019
now you need to send two shocks to avy to get a decent tune with this bike?