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Sep 1, 2018 at 22:55
Sep 1, 2018

Commencal Meta AM V4.2 Essential - LIKE NEW

$2700 USD
This is a like new large Commencal Meta AM V4.2 Essential in shiny red. It's only been out about 10 times and has never been crashed. I paid a little over $3100 shipped. I would prefer to sell local, but can ship at buyers expense. Save yourself some money and having to build it up. It will come completely stock aside from having 2 volume spacers in the fork and a larger 0.86 volume spacer in the shock. Specs are: FRAME: 2018 META AM V4.2 650B travel 160 mm SHOCK: FOX DPX2 PERFORMANCE FLOAT, 230 x 60 mm, 3 positions lever, rebound FORK: FOX PERFORMANCE 36 FLOAT, 170 mm, solo air, boost HEADSET: RIDE ALPHA ZS44 / ZS56 STEM: NEW RIDE ALPHA, aluminium 6061, 40 mm, 31.8 mm, 0° angle BAR: RIDE ALPHA, Alloy 7075, double butted, 30 mm rise, 780 mm, 31.8 mm GRIPS: RIDE ALPHA, ergonomic grips, plastic one lock, super soft compound BRAKES: SHIMANO SLX, 200 mm / 180 mm SHIFTERS: SRAM GX EAGLE 1 x 12 speed DERAILLEUR: SRAM GX EAGLE 1 x 12 speed BOTTOM BRACKET: SRAM GXP Press Fit BB92 CRANKSET: SRAM DESCENDANT EAGLE 6K X-Sync, 34T, boost 175 mm CHAIN: SRAM GX EAGLE 1 x 12 speed CASSETTE: SRAM XG 1275 EAGLE, 10–50T, 12 speed RIMS: E13 TRS, 32 holes, tubeless ready, 30 mm inner width HUBS: FORMULA, 32 holes, sealed bearings SPOKES / NIPPLES: PILLAR Spokes, Stainless steel, 2 mm / black, Nylock TYRES: MAXXIS MINION DHF 27.5" x 2.5" WT EXO / TR / 2C front and MAXXIS DHRII 27.5" x 2.4" WT EXO / TR / 2C rear SEATPOST: KS LEV INTEGRA, 31.6 mm, 150 mm, southpaw alloy lever SADDLE: RIDE ALPHA 278 mm, CrMo rails ACCESSORIES: Down tube protector, chainstay protector, seatstay protector, chainstay cable guide I will put the stock rotors back on which have not been used. Pedals and water bottle cage not included.

sunday06 alexcgevans's article
May 18, 2018 at 17:23
May 18, 2018
Throwback Thursday: 1993 Big Bear Downhill Mania
Announcer says "Scott Sport Optics" at 28:33, wasn't it Smith that sponsored the event?
Mar 18, 2018 at 23:34
Mar 18, 2018

Transition Bandit 29er w/Pike, Chris King

$1600 USD
Up for sale is my 2014 Transition Bandit 29 with custom build. It has been wrapped in 3M vinyl it's whole life and has been meticulously cared for - no dents, cracks or damage aside from the normal wear and tear. I just did a bunch of maintenance in the fall with intentions of keeping it for another year and have only been on 5 rides since, but now I'm getting a new bike. FRAME - 2014 Transition Bandit 29 stealth black, size large, 120mm SHOCK - Upgraded the shock to a RockShox Monarch DebonAir RT3 FORK - fully serviced (5 rides), RockShox Pike RCT3 29", put the 160mm air shaft in it to try out and it's awesome, puts the head angle at 67.2deg (can include the 140mm air shaft too) REAR WHEEL - fresh build (5 rides), Stans Flow MK3 29" rim, Wheel Smith spokes, Sapim Secure Lock Polyax nipples, Chris King hub (blue) FRONT WHEEL - ZTR Flow EX 29" rim, DT Swiss Comp spokes, Chris King hub (blue) SEAT POST - RockShox Reverb 125mm STEM - Thompson Elite 50mm w/blue Face Plate BARS - Chromag OSX Fubar 780mm, white HEADSET - Chris King inset2, blue CRANKS - Shimano XT M785, 175mm CHAINRING - (5 rides) Oneup narrow-wide 30T BB - (5 rides) Shimano Saint M820 BRAKES - fresh bleed, Shimano XT M785 ROTORS - Shimano RT86 ICE TECH 180mm REAR DERAILLEUR - Shimano XTR M986 Shadow+ REAR SHIFTER - Shimano XT M785 CASSETTE - Sunrace MX3 11-40T 10-speed CHAIN - Shimano XT CN-HG95 SADDLE - WTB Pure Comp TIRES - Maxxis Minion DHF 29x2.5, tubeless GRIPS - ODI OURY lock-ons Pedals, fender, water-bottle cage, and 203mm rotors shown in pics not included (180mm ICE TECH rotors will be installed)

sunday06 pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 9, 2018 at 12:12
Feb 9, 2018
Round 4: 2017 Photo of the Year - Voting Now Closed
@anyexcusetoride: yeah, I was bummed they went up against each other so early
sunday06 pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 8, 2018 at 11:01
Feb 8, 2018
Round 4: 2017 Photo of the Year - Voting Now Closed
How did Rupert Fowler's photo on match 3 not win that? More unique terrain and you can actually see the bike
Added 3 photos to For-Sale
Nov 12, 2017 at 23:43
Nov 12, 2017
Nov 12, 2017 at 23:35
Nov 12, 2017

Crank Brothers Mallet DH Pedals

$65 USD
Lightly used, no noises, spin smooth, just couldn't get used to being clipped in. Comes with cleats, shims, and hardware.

sunday06 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 26, 2017 at 15:43
Oct 26, 2017
sunday06 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 13, 2017 at 16:12
Sep 13, 2017
Yamaha to Launch Their Own eMTB Lineup
@IluvRIDING: I ride mountain bikes and dirt bikes and recently tried out an e-bike, and I'm here to tell you the 350 watt e-bike motor is nothing compared to the 27000 watt engine on my relatively low powered (for a dirt bike) KTM. It just allowed me to mountain bike longer, get to the top of more trails and get to the fun part - shredding down. It wasn't tearing up the trail at all, unlike a dirt bike...just saying, it adds a lot more riding to your day which is all anybody wants.
sunday06 vernonfelton's article
Aug 17, 2017 at 16:23
Aug 17, 2017
Maxxis Shows Off New Downhill Tire - Crankworx Whistler 2017
It’s a little taller than a Shorty, but not as tall as a DHF...I'm assuming
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