trailhound79 DougBasqueMTB's article
Nov 12, 2018 at 12:29Nov 12, 2018
Photo Epic: A Monstrous Pyrenean Refuge Adventure
Definitely on my shortlist for my 40th Birthday riding holiday.
Posted in "What Enduro Bike to Get (UK)"
Oct 23, 2018 at 13:50Oct 23, 2018
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trailhound79 sageca's article
Oct 4, 2018 at 10:47Oct 4, 2018
Video: POV of Greg Minnaar Blind Racing During Trans-Cascadia
The more I see of Trans Cascadia, the more I want get over there and do it! Is it open to us “Normo’s” ??
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May 12, 2017 at 11:46May 12, 2017
Reluctantly selling my much loved 2010 Yeti 575. This do it all bike has been incredible and has taken me to some amazing places from real mountain adventures to enduro races and a million trails inbetween but a new bike forces the sale and as much as I'd rather keep it I simply can't justify it (or fit them all in the shed!) Bike is Yeti's proven trail/enduro 5.75 inch travel (geddit?!) suspension race winning design, aluminium front triangle and chainstays with carbon seat stays and is running a Fox rp23 boost valve shock and 150mm Fox FIT rlc 32 with custom Yeti decals. Rest of the spec is all top drawer stuff - Mavic Crossmax ST wheels currently set up with Maxxis Shorty up front and a conti Rubber Queen out back although this may get changed to a Shwalbe Rock Razor if these dry trails persist! Drivetrain is 2 x 10 Shimano XTR (shifters are almost brand new) including clutch rear mech and cassette. Crank is an SLX as the RaceFace one I had on originally broke :( Brakes are Shimano XT M8000 with ice tec rotors and pads gand are about 2rides old at the min. Finishing kit includes Answer ProTaper 740mm Carbon bars, Renthal 50mm Duo stem and a RockShox Reverb dropper seatpost, Chris King headset and Hope seatclamp. Contact points are Charge Spoon seat and Ergon's awesome GE1 grips. Bike is in very good overall condition, it has a few scuffs and scrapes as you'd expect any used bike to have. All Suspension Bushes and Pivots were serviced at the end of last year and the bike has been maintained to the highest standard at all times. Forks and shock will be due a service in about October. Any questions just ask. Oh, and absolutely no "swops" ???? Cheers
trailhound79 Laurence-CE's photo
Dec 2, 2014 at 5:33Dec 2, 2014
trailhound79 ReilShiftMedia's video
Oct 23, 2014 at 2:05Oct 23, 2014