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special-jLeslie edspratt's article
Jul 1, 2023 at 4:54
Jul 1, 2023
Replay: Junior Finals at the Val Di Sole DH World Cup 2023
As much as I miss the old broadcast "she looks like a lengthy vessel as well" might be a new favorite line @1:01:25
special-jLeslie edspratt's article
Jun 22, 2023 at 14:41
Jun 22, 2023
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May 5, 2023 at 20:12
May 5, 2023
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May 5, 2023 at 14:17
May 5, 2023
Selling
May 5, 2023 at 14:07
May 5, 2023

Specialized Stumpjumper EVO S4 XO1 AXS - please read

$4000 USD
This is a ‘22/23 Stumpjumper Evo, Red Onyx frame-only color, S4/Large size with a mix of components. The frame and shock were new this past June. Some parts are new and some were brought over from a ‘20 Stumpy Evo Pro. Read below for details. Everything starting with * was original from that bike. Will come with AXS charger, headset cups, manual, etc. - “22/23 Stumpy Evo Carbon frameset option with Fox Float X Performance shock. Frame is flawless - *Fork: Fox 36 Performance Elite, serviced and bumped up to 170mm in the fall. Will include the original 150mm air spring - Cockpit: Renthal Fatbar Carbon, 780mm. Renthal Apex stem, 35mm. New Deity Lockjaw grips - Saddle: New Specialized Bridge Ti - *Dropper: Specialized Command post, 150mm - *Wheels: Specialized Roval Traverse Carbon w/ DT 350 hubs. 54T ratchet upgrade to quicken the engagement. Rear rim was replaced last year - Tires: Specialized Butcher Grid Gravity, 2.6”. Freshie on the front and moved the front to the rear - *Brakes: SRAM Code RSC, 200mm rotors. Pads have about 90% life left. Feel perfect - Drivetrain: New SRAM XO1 AXS shifter and derailleur. Cranks are GX with some wear on the arms. Chainring, chain, and cassette are all GX and functional, but fairly clapped and should be replaced. It’s as-is for the listed price, although I’m also willing to replace these parts with your choice at much lower than MSRP. We can discuss further if you’re interested. - neat little Cane Creek preload collar Please message me with any questions. Not the most straightforward build but I think the price is fair all things considered.

special-jLeslie sarahmoore's article
Oct 13, 2022 at 18:12
Oct 13, 2022
MUST WATCH: Pure Mayhem in Brage Vestavik's Sound of Speed
@baca262: https://www.pinkbike.com/forum/listcomments/?threadid=197589
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Oct 2, 2019 at 11:47
Oct 2, 2019
Selling
Oct 2, 2019 at 11:40
Oct 2, 2019

Devinci Troy Carbon, custom build

$2550 USD
My favorite trail bike of all time is ready for a new partner. It was ridden for less than one typical season in total between two years, and has been untouched since early 2018 due to injuries and riding other bikes. I built this up from a frame in 2017 and many parts have been cycled out and upgraded since. Here's the current build: FRAME - 2016 Devinci Troy, size large HEADSET - Cane Creek 110 Series SHOCK - Cane Creek DB Inline Coil, 500lb spring (4 months of use) FORK - Cane Creek Helm Air (4 months of use) BRAKES - SRAM Guide RSC WHEELS - Hope Pro 4 hubs / DT Competition spokes / Stans Flow MK3 rims (recently built up, 2 hardly noticeable dings in rear rim) SEATPOST - KS Lev 150mm with Cane Creek DROPT lever SADDLE - Specialized Henge Expert w/ TI rails CRANKS - Raceface Next SL 170mm CASSETTE - SRAM GX-11 speed 10-42t SHIFTER/DERAILLEUR - Shimano XT CHAINRING - Renthal 1XR, 32t BAR/STEM - Renthal Fatbar Carbon (cut to 770mm) / Deity Cavity stem (35mm length) TIRES - Minion DHF 2.5WT front, High Roller II 2.3 rear. both EXO casing GRIPS - Renthal Traction Kevlar Thanks for looking! -Jimmy

special-jLeslie danielsapp's article
Aug 23, 2019 at 22:42
Aug 23, 2019
Pinkbike Poll: Is Dual Slalom Still Relevant?
From a rider’s perspective: BMX, motocross, downhill, nor enduro racing, all of which I put everything I had into at the time, will ever compare to the joy and excitement that I’ve felt with DS. Regardless of whether it were a backyard track with buddies or a pro national championship. The format offers a unique opportunity for anyone to participate and get a low-commitment first dose of what bike racing can be. I don’t think I’ve ever seen relative beginners more stoked on mtb than after a grassroots little slalom race. Spectator’s perspective: The only mtb race you can watch entirely from one spot while having a picnic, and the matchups conveniently become closer and more exciting as you drink more beer. DS is for the people.
special-jLeslie jamessmurthwaite's article
Aug 23, 2019 at 21:30
Aug 23, 2019
10 of the Weirdest MTB Marketing Videos Ever
Oh my god. As irrelevant as the rest of the video was after the first 20 seconds, this wins in my heart. (although the segment it preludes in the real movie is the ultimate winner and what I’ll now be watching for the next 10-40 minutes)
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