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thatbikefella pira's article
Jan 26, 2013 at 18:54
Jan 26, 2013
Video: ALL or Nothing - Teaser
Wow. This is going to be very refreshing. Seems like most vids now are all the same, or not that great. Good to see some variety and cross-contamination. Looking forward to this puppy.
thatbikefella jasperwesselman's article
Jan 26, 2013 at 18:47
Jan 26, 2013
Video: "Sunday" With Bryn Atkinson
You were right. Sick trail, even sicker skill riding it! Glad I watched it, Bro.
thatbikefella urgebikeproducts's article
May 25, 2012 at 4:13
May 25, 2012
How To: Cornering and Straight Line
These are epic, even if you have been riding for decades. Going to keep watching these, and practicing them until they are my new instincts. Should help out my XC race season this year. It's also great to stay fresher, longer on trail rides.
thatbikefella RichardCunningham's article
Apr 24, 2012 at 4:04
Apr 24, 2012
Shimano Officially Introduces Direct Mount Rear Derailleurs
Why not just direct mount it with a shear bolt? I know Norco does it. That would eliminate derailleur hangers outright. No more what fits what. Still easy to pack spares. Put an allen hex on the inside so you can remove the broken stub, and just put in a new bolt. My buddy's Shinobe even has the spare bolt mounted in the frame for stowage. It seems very simple and smart. However, I still rock a chromoly rigid frame with 7 speed cassette and shifter, but with a 9 speed Shadow derailleur. Works fine enough for me racing XC and trail riding.
thatbikefella mattwragg's article
Mar 27, 2012 at 4:25
Mar 27, 2012
St Tropez Backcountry
Hey Bashment, are you in Israel? What's the riding like there, if you are? Always thought it would be nice to ride there, but never checked it out.
thatbikefella voob's photo
Mar 15, 2012 at 17:12
Mar 15, 2012
wow........ *drools.

thatbikefella voob's photo
Mar 15, 2012 at 17:11
Mar 15, 2012
So sick. Love it.

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Mar 15, 2012 at 16:31
Mar 15, 2012
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Mar 15, 2012 at 16:14
Mar 15, 2012

Rigid Devinci Cameleon 2, black, 18"

$350 CAD
Moving soon, and putting the money towards a new ride and/or gearing up my vintage MTB as well. As far as considering bike related trades, we're talking great vintage MTB stuff only. Like Deore thumbies, nice wheelset, etc. The new bike will be left as is, so I don't really need any more modern stuff. Unless it will be a decent upgrade on a rigid chromoly bike with 7 speed and canti's. Thanks! Frame: Size M, 18" Colour Black with grey graphics Frame Lightweight Aluminum Tubeset Fork Nashbar Rigid Chromoly Steel, suspension corrected to 8omm Shock N / A Components: Handlebar Alloy High Rise, 700mm, 25.4mm clamp, black Stem Ameoba Racing stem, 95mm, 5deg. rise, black alloy with silver faceplate. Seatpost Ritchey 2-bolt post, black, 27,2mm Saddle Garneau X-Shield Pedals Truvativ Holtzfellar high grip platform pedals Drivetrain: Shifters SRAM SX5, 3x8 Speed Front Derailleur Sram X5 Rear Derailleur SRAM X9 Brakes Avid BB5, 160mm Brake Levers Avid Speed Dial with reach adjust, silver Cassette SRAM PG850 11x32, 8-Speed (NEW) Chain SRAM PC850 (NEW) Crankset Truvativ Stylo with NEW 22/32T rings, and Truvativ 36 Bashguard Bottom Bracket SRAM Giga Pipe (NEW) Wheels: Rims Alex SX44 eyeletted, double wall rims Hubs Formula, black, 36H Spokes Stainless Steel, 14g, black Tires Kenda "Smoke" K-816, very fresh, 26"x 2.1 It won't let me post my pictures here, so message me to see them.

Jul 28, 2011 at 4:21
Jul 28, 2011
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