Aggressive AM Pinner
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Mar 10, 2019 at 16:48Mar 10, 2019
Mar 10, 2019 at 16:45Mar 10, 2019
Officially this is a 2017 Regin Advanced 1, size medium. HOWEVER, I just replaced the frame in March. In addition, the chain, cassette, chainring and bottom bracket are new (Shimano XT). Over the last season and a half, I made a few key upgrades that set this bike apart from other Reign's. Specifically the Canecreek DB CS coil rear shock, Zee downhill brakes, One Up 150mm dropper and sturdy pair of wheels (those giant carbon wheels are fragile AF). The handlebar is also new because I felt that the back sweep on the giant bar is uncomfortable. This is a fully ripping bike that has received a new lease on life. Full Spec as follows. Frame: Giant Advanced Carbon size medium. - Brand New! Shock: Canecreek double barrel coil with Climb switch (includes 400lb, 450lb , and 500lb springs). Fox SLS is the 500 Fork: Fox 36 Performance Series Wheels: Front: DT Swiss EX511 on DT swiss hub. Rear: DT Swiss M1650 Rim on 350 hub. Brakes: Shimano Zee 4 piston Shifter: Shimano xt 11 speed Derailleur: Shimano SLX Cassette & Chain: Shimano XT - Brand New! Chainring: One Up oval 30T - Brand New! Seatpost: On Up Dropper 150mm Seat: Chromag Trailmaster Handlebar: Sram Descendant - Brand New! Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 WT Pedals: One Up All Shifter cables are brand new and the brakes have been bled. Bike is ready to ride! For sizing help, I am 5'10 and I believe this bike fits well. I'd say a range of around 5'7 to 5'11 is the sweet spot. Also the included springs will generally accommodate a weight range of 150-185lbs. Any Questions, Give me a shout!
tkroz paulaston's article
Mar 28, 2018 at 22:18Mar 28, 2018
Check Out - March
@Geochemistry: Are you trolling? Can't really read tone... But If you are dead serious, I would hazard that if you were to saran wrap your dropper post, you run the risk of it dragging some of the plastic through the seal head. This could become partially lodged between the seals and the post and lead to premature wear.
Mar 11, 2018 at 17:27Mar 11, 2018
Trek Slash 8, 2016, Size 18.5 (M/L). Custom Build as Follows. Wheels: Industry Nine Enduro Tires: Magic Marry F&R Brakes: Saint/Zee lever and caliber combination F&R Dropper: 9.8 Fall Line 125mm with KS southpaw remote Drivetrain: XTR Shifter, Ethirteen TRS+ Crank all other parts XT Cockpit: DIety Mohawk Carbon Bar + Cavity Stem Shock: Rock Shox Monarch Plus Debonair RC3 Fork: Rockshox Pike RC
tkroz enduromtbtrainer's article
Feb 1, 2018 at 22:23Feb 1, 2018
Yeti's Trainer Makes the Case for Strength Training - Video
When are you going to show us these so called Yeti's that you have been supposedly training?
tkroz mongoosebikes's article
Jan 16, 2018 at 18:16Jan 16, 2018
DJ Brandt's 'Airfields' is New School Big Mountain
This is so good. backflip to manuals like nothing. what!
tkroz tristan-deggan's article
Jan 9, 2018 at 21:18Jan 9, 2018
British Columbia Trail Shredding - Video
What an exciting way of splicing a ton of cool trail features together. Its a trail puzzle with jumbled pieces. The pieces look so different when out of context!
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Jan 7, 2018 at 20:16Jan 7, 2018