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stinky-d-lux RichardCunningham's article
Nov 30, 2018 at 0:26
Nov 30, 2018
Tested: 5 Ways to Hold a Tube on Your Frame
The RaceFace Stash Tool Wrap is the obvious loser since YOU FORGOT TO PUT A TUBE IN THE F@#CKING THING! Not sure I believe it even holds a tube now...just saying.
Nov 26, 2018 at 12:40
Nov 26, 2018

! PRICE DROP ! - Range C9 Custom Build - XL 29

$3800 USD
Up for sale is a Range C9.1 carbon frame with a custom build. The build was completed Fall of 2017 and has seen moderate use during the 2018 season. This bike was NOT raced and only used for recreational riding. This build is VERY similar to the suggested 2019 C9.1 build which retails for $7,500.00! I'm selling to reduce my number of bikes. I love to ride it but it's a serious machine. It climbs as well as can be expected but is no doubt built to descend. It's happiest when going fast on steep technical terrain where you can get the bike up to speed and take advantage of it's relaxed geo. From everything I can gather the frame geo of the 2017 is the same as the current 2019 crop. The current model lists a slightly higher BB, 0.5 degree slacker head tube angle (among other small differences), but I attribute this to the 170mm travel fork spec'd on the 2019, vs the 160mm spec'd on the 2017-2018. Feel free to confirm this with a Norco dealer if you like. The frame has black vinyl applied to cover logos (and offer protection) on the front triangle. The product used has a 2 year release adhesive, so it should be easy to remove if desired. Willing to remove the vinyl if requested. There is a small abrasion to the stanchion of the Reverb that I would call more cosmetic than functional (see photos) Brake levers each have some scratches (see photos) Bike would includes 2 additional coil spring weights. A 400 lb spring is currently installed, 350 lb and 450 lb included and pictured. The handlebars have a fair amount of scratches on them. I have a set of Santa Cruz bars with very similar specs (a touch wider) that are in much newer. Willing to swap that bar if desired. Front tire pictured is not what I will include, bike will ship a Maxxis HighRoller II 29 x 2.5 WT Double Down Casing Key features: - Rockshox Super Deluxe Coil RCT rear shock for excellent small bump (rebound, low speed compression and lockout/Threshold) - Rockshox Lyrik RC2 Debonair, 170mm of travel (low speed rebound, low speed compression, high speed compression) - SRAM Code RSC brakes with 200mm rotors - 170mm Reverb with 1x remote - SRAM XO rear hub - SRAM 1x drivetrain (XX1 RD and shifter, XO1 Cassette, GX Crank) Maintenance Notes: - The bike has been owned and maintained by a professional mechanic. - Suspension has seen regular service to ensure it's running smooth and to reduce wear. - Wheels have been run with Double Down casing Maxxis with Huck Norris inserts and are in excellent condition - Bike is NOT pressure washed and all pivot, hub, BB, etc. bearings are in good order. - Current chain installed measures under 0.5 on a chain wear tool. Overall drive-train wear is minimal. - Brakes freshly bled to ensure no air in the system - Reverb has received a 50 hr (lower post service) and a fresh bleed to ensure an air free system and snappy extension via 1x remote Detailed specs - Frame: Norco Range C9.1, 29" wheels, 150mm rear wheel travel - Fork: RockShox Lyrik RC2 Debonair (low speed rebound, low speed compression, high speed compression) - Rear Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe Coil RCT with #450 spring installed (rebound, low speed compression and lockout/Threshold) - Brakes: SRAM Code RSC w/ 200mm rotors and sintered brake pads - Rims: Stan's Flow S1 / 29mm internal width - Front Hub: Stan's Neo - Rear Hub: SRAM XO - Shifter: SRAM XX1 11 speed - Derailleur: SRAM XX1 11 speed - Cassette: SRAM XO1 11 speed - Crank: SRAM GX 175mm - Chain Ring: SRAM 32t direct mount X-Sync 2 - Seat Post: RockShox Reverb 31.6, 170mm w/ 1x remote The above list is not exhaustive, so if you any any other questions please ask. I accept Paypal only or local pickup. Buyer pays shipping.

stinky-d-lux WhistlerMountainBikePark's article
Sep 21, 2018 at 12:46
Sep 21, 2018
stinky-d-lux mikelevy's article
Sep 17, 2018 at 0:04
Sep 17, 2018
MRP Has 2 New Forks, But 1 is Lighter & Costs Less - Interbike 2018
Given that the placard just behind it says "Better Boost Adapters" they appear to make them now. Though I agree it caught my attention as well.
stinky-d-lux SteelCityMedia's article
Sep 5, 2018 at 23:02
Sep 5, 2018
Video: The Finer Points of Luca Shaw's Bike Setup in 'Between Two Puzzlers'
I still want suspension to have knobs, even better if they click, but when you turn them they do NOTHING!!!! :)
stinky-d-lux SteelCityMedia's article
Sep 5, 2018 at 23:01
Sep 5, 2018
Video: The Finer Points of Luca Shaw's Bike Setup in 'Between Two Puzzlers'
"the part about changing things and being able to tell it’s different, but not sure if it’s better or worse" Luca deserves a medal or a holiday named after himself for saying that, so true! I'm so tired of hearing people say that X is better than Y when all they're even remotely capable of noticing is that it's different, not that it's better or worse.Stop fiddling with your goddamn knobs and pressures and just admit it's YOU!
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Aug 16, 2018 at 18:50
Aug 16, 2018
Aug 16, 2018 at 18:49
Aug 16, 2018

NEW NX 11 sp Rear Derailleur / Shifter / Cassette

$145 USD
Up for sale is a BRAND NEW SRAM NX 11 speed rear derailleur, shifter and cassette (PG-1130). The cassette is an 11-42T meaning it will fit on Shimano Freehub bodies, NO XD REQUIRED! Buyer pays $15 shipping. I accept paypal only. PM if you have any questions or would like to make an offer.

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Aug 16, 2018 at 18:37
Aug 16, 2018
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