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Feb 16, 2024 at 13:59
Feb 16, 2024

Troy Lee A1 Mips Helmet XS - perfect

$50 USD
My son's helmet has only been used a few times and is in perfect condition. It has not been involved in any crashes and has no scrapes. I have cleaned the liner and disinfected the helmet to ensure that it is ready to ride. The helmet comes with its original accessories and a carrying bag. If you are interested, please contact me for the shipping cost.

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Dec 2, 2023 at 16:01
Dec 2, 2023

Transition PJB - So Perfect

$999 USD
I've only used this a few times and have finally come to terms with selling it because I don't use it. Not a scratch on it. Perfect condition. Never crashed. All original parts and added a front brake.

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Oct 28, 2023 at 22:49
Oct 28, 2023
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Oct 28, 2023 at 22:45
Oct 28, 2023

Orbea Rise H15 XL - Frame is brand new

$4200 USD
The frame is brand new. Many new parts. I've meticulously cared for the bike. The motor has 1,000 miles on it, and everything functions like new. The fork is upgraded to Push ac3. No scratches on the fork. New parts include: cassette, chain, front chainring, tires, stem, bar, seatpost, seat, and grips. The wheels are upgraded and are ethirteen dh rims with Novatek hubs. The rear shock was only used for a few rides since I used a different shock. PEDALS NOT INCLUDED.

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Oct 22, 2023 at 23:16
Oct 22, 2023

Commencal Meta HT 20" UPGRADED!

$500 USD
Upgraded with custom-built wheels with spawn brood rims and e13 hubs, cranks (shorter spawn cranks, the stock ones were too long), brakes to Shimano, and drivetrain to 10-speed xtr/zee. I did these upgrades to dial in the setup to make it ideal for a kid. The drivetrain is in great shape, and the bike has no issues. The tires are almost new. Overall, it has been lightly ridden. The frame barely has a scratch; the fork has a few on one side. This thing is ready for your little shredder to hit the trail. I prefer pickup, but I'll ship it if the buyer pays.

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Jun 20, 2023 at 14:07
Jun 20, 2023

DVO Jade Coil Shock 8.5x2.5 / 215x63

$250 USD
Shock is in perfect working condition. I'm selling the bike I was using it on and putting the original air shock back on the bike. I’m including a 2.5x500 spring I bought for it. However the spring was very hard to get on for me. It needed to get compressed a few millimeters to get the collar on and seated. Shock was mounted on my ebike that I mostly used for towing my son for around 500mi total use.

silkyrhino mikekazimer's article
Jun 14, 2023 at 10:28
Jun 14, 2023
Specialized Releases Levo SL HT - An eMTB Hardtail for Kids
@Mtbdialed: Uh, what? You guys are all over the place. I thought we needed to toughen these kids up, and now we can't expect a 6yr old to work their way up to riding 10 miles of rad trails on an emtb? What happened to all that complaining about soft parenting ruining our kids? That's probably 3 miles of equivalent effort on a regular bike.
silkyrhino mikekazimer's article
Jun 14, 2023 at 0:00
Jun 14, 2023
Specialized Releases Levo SL HT - An eMTB Hardtail for Kids
@andrewmajor: Yeah, it couldn't be Tiktok and other social media, broken homes, and parents not having time to do ANYTHING with their kids and hiring nannies to raise them. Much more logical that it would be caused by fun outdoor activities enjoyed with their parents.
silkyrhino mikekazimer's article
Jun 13, 2023 at 23:34
Jun 13, 2023
Specialized Releases Levo SL HT - An eMTB Hardtail for Kids
@sonuvagun: And a rally car driver, fighter pilot, Moto GP racer, all require different mindsets and emotional focus and different hardships to get through... All just sitting there. Lol, lack of experience eh? I started racing cross-country mtb 27 years ago as a teenager and competed nationally, raced in open ocean swims in Hawaii, and played competitive water polo. Somehow I'm still able to logically decouple from this silly notion that a child's successful mental and physical development will be hindered by going emtb riding with their mom or dad, for one of the activities they enjoy. The more you write, the more evident it is your opinions are based on you being stuck in a bubble of illogical outrage. Pop it and expand your thinking.
silkyrhino mikekazimer's article
Jun 13, 2023 at 21:21
Jun 13, 2023
Specialized Releases Levo SL HT - An eMTB Hardtail for Kids
@andrewmajor: The reason for bringing up those other activities is to highlight the absurdity of it all... No one is over in the comments of the Whistler bike park opening day article going off about terrible parents failing their children by taking them to the bike park where you don't have to ride to the top. It seems islandforlife, and you believe that “physical struggle” is the main factor in building character and resilience. You both seem to view e-bikes for kids as a symptom of an easier life, or what you term 'soft parenting.' But it's just an overemotional way to gatekeep the sport and feed the need to be outraged by modern society. Just because it's an e-bike doesn't mean they aren't exercising. They're still pedaling, using their muscles, and working their cardiovascular system, just with some help… Probably still burning half a day's calorie intake on a decent ride. This is still a physical activity that will build strength, endurance, mental acuity, and coordination – all while enjoying time outdoors. That’s all positive stuff. Regarding the crappy parenting aspect – The crux here is not the bike type but the bonding and active lifestyle it facilitates. The parent's presence and commitment to shared outdoor activity outshine any e-bike vs. traditional bike debate. Remember, many kids lack even this opportunity. Lastly, this assertion that e-bikes are part of a 'growing phenomenon of soft people raising soft children' is not only insulting but also flawed. Life is filled with challenges and struggles that cannot be avoided (outside of any type of bike riding). And it's worth mentioning the ability to overcome obstacles and build resilience is not solely dependent on physical hardship. Character and resilience are not exclusive to struggling up a hill on a mountain bike. The parent's role is to instill these values in their children in various aspects of life. Making blanket statements about what constitutes proper parenting or implying that parents who buy e-bikes for their kids neglect their duties is a narrow-minded view of a complex issue. We should encourage more participation in outdoor activities, regardless of whether it's on an e-bike or a regular bike. The goal is to get kids moving and get them outside.
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