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stephbikes brule's article
Oct 17, 2012 at 12:42
Oct 17, 2012
GoPro announces the HERO3
FYI in Canada it's $450 MSRP for the black model... and they'll have them in December, or a bit later, since apparently they're not too accurate at forecasting deliveries to bike shops.
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May 10, 2012 at 14:16
May 10, 2012
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May 10, 2012 at 14:15
May 10, 2012

Devinci Wilson - small - high end custom parts kit

$2500 CAD
Paid $5500 new with discounts, great deal! 2009 Devinci Wilson - size small - high end custom parts kit. Shimano XTR shifter/derailleur/cassette, DT Swiss custom built wheels (I think the hubs are shimano - have to check this), Maxxis Minion DH F 3C tires, MRP chainguide, Fox DHX5.0 rear shock, Fork is Fox 40RC2 or a brand new 2012 Rock Shox Boxxer RC. Race Face Atlas cranks in purple, Race Face bottom bracket, Race Face Atlas purple bars, Race Face seatpost. Avid Juicy 7 brakes with 8" rotors. Originally purchased frame kit from Devinci, and added custom parts. 200mm travel front and rear, awesome DH/FR bike with adjustable rear triangle for FR or DH setting. Frame is covered in 3M protective film/plastic to prevent scratches/damage. It's in awesome condition, the only damage is a very small dent on the downtube beside the bottom bracket, pics available. Willing to ship COD (with shipping pre-paid in case you cancel once it shows up) within North America, or I can deliver within a few hours of Calgary. PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL ME, I DON'T NORMALLY CHECK MESSAGES ON PINKBIKE SO YOU WILL NOT GET A REPLY!!! Thanks for looking.

stephbikes cyclesdevinci's article
Mar 8, 2012 at 13:02
Mar 8, 2012
Devinci 2012 Team Announced
Thanks for answering that, I was thinking it would be expanding spray foam insulation, but that was going to be my first question in case anyone knew better. Good answers!
stephbikes mikelevy's article
Jan 24, 2012 at 8:35
Jan 24, 2012
Tech Tuesday - Removing Bike Rack Rattle
I had a locking hitch pin on my Saris Cycle-On... couldn't remember where I put the key when winter rolled around, but it turns out the other bolt (where it pivots to flip up in non-bike-carrying-mode) is just another regular bolt that someone can undo in about 30 secconds. Good to know that someone can steal my $500 rack and $5000 bike in about 30 secconds WITH a locked hitch pin doing basically nothing.... Not that I would rely on that, but you think they would really design this stuff better.
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