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tratlif1 KellysBicycles's article
Aug 20, 2020 at 8:54
Aug 20, 2020
Kellys' New Theos eMTB Has a Robot-Built Carbon/Steel Thermoplastic Frame
Did he say these are made in House of Farts 2nd video
tratlif1 jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 16, 2020 at 15:27
Jan 16, 2020
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Oct 16, 2019 at 13:05
Oct 16, 2019
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Oct 16, 2019 at 12:07
Oct 16, 2019
Selling
Oct 16, 2019 at 12:02
Oct 16, 2019

Specialized Stumpjumper FSR EVO Carbon 29 XL

$2250 USD
Fork was replaced under warranty in October of 2018- new dropper and full shock rebuild at same time. Have receipts. Specialized stumpjumper FSR carbon evo 29 with a custom top of the line build- 135mm rear travel, 140mm front travel, 456mm reach. Nearly new Pike, industry 9 wheels, full XX1 drivetrain, enve bars, newer dropper, recent full shock rebuild. Weighs about 28 lbs and needs nothing. XL size Bike is a 2013 that I built up new and has been meticulously well maintained. Always had another cross country oriented bike that I rode more so this has seen minimal use. Fork was replaced under warranty in October of 2018- new dropper and shock rebuild at same time Below are things to note about the bike -Chain wear is within limits and does not need to be replaced -Replaced both sests of pads and rotors mid season -Wheels are straight and true -Maintained religiously and needs nothing- always went above and beyond what was necessary for service -Does not include pedals Wheels- industry 9 torch 29 Bars- enve carbon DH Cassette/shifter/crank/der- XX1 1x11 Fork- Rockshox pike RCT3. 140mm Brakes- sram XO trail 4 piston Geometry Reach-456 Head angle- 68 Seat angle- 74

tratlif1 jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 7, 2019 at 8:57
Jan 7, 2019
Selling
Nov 4, 2018 at 13:21
Nov 4, 2018

Specialized Epic FSR Expert Carbon World Cup

$2800 USD
For sale is a 2017 Specialized Epic FSR Expert Carbon World Cup 29er in an XL size. Very clean and has almost zero knicks or scratches in the frame. Works flawlessly and has the brain on the front and rear shock. Only selling because I decided to try a different hardtail and have another full suspension bike. Below are things to note about the bike -Entire rear shock was rebuilt at the beginning of this season including the brain -Chain wear is within limits and does not need to be replaced -Replaced both sests of pads and rotors mid season due to contamination/ noise -Wheels are straight and true -Maintained religiously and needs nothing- always went above and beyond what was necessary for service -Does not include pedals or cage, and original stem will be put back on Frame-Specialized FACT 9m, carbon front triangle, M5 alloy rear end, XC Geometry, MFS chainstay, PF30 BB, carbon headset cups, 12x142mm rear spacing, internal cable routing, 95mm of travel, SWAT tool cradle Fork-RockShox SID w/Brain, Position Sensitive damper, top-mount Brain Fade adjust, rebound adjust, Solo Air spring, tapered alloy crown/steerer, 15x100mm Maxle Stealth thru-axle, 100mm of travel, 46mm offset Rims/Wheels-Roval Control, hookless alloy, 21mm inner width Hubs-Roval ControlSpokesDT Swiss Revolution Crankset-RaceFace Aeffect, 6000-series alloy, 24mm spindle, 49mm chainline Chainrings-32T Bottom Bracket-PF30 Rear Derailleur-SRAM X1 Rear Cogs-SRAM XG-1150, 11-speed, 10-42t Shifters-SRAM X1 Handlebars-Specialized Mini-rise, 7050 alloy Tape/Grips-Specialized Sip Grip Stem-Specialized, 3D-forged alloy Brakes-Shimano Deore SLX M7000, hydraulic disc, Front: 180/160mm; Rear: 160mm Saddle-Specialized Body Geometry Phenom Comp Seatpost-Specialized aluminum Factory Description Turn your go-fast dreams into reality! Specialized's Epic Expert Carbon World Cup is the machine to make it happen. It rocks 95mm of Brain-controlled FSR rear suspension and a RockShox 100mm SID fork for unprecedented climbing and confident descending. The state-of-the-art FACT 9M-carbon front-triangle is not only light, it's also super stiff for lightning-fast accelerations and pinpoint handling. Plus, this XC-rocket is equipped with a stellar component package: a full SRAM 1x11 drivetrain for flawless, lightning-fast shifting, Roval Control aluminum wheels and a set of wonderfully powerful Shimano Deore SLX hydraulic disc brakes. And, don't forget about Specialized's grippy, tubeless-ready tires that keep you hooked up to the trail no matter how hard you rail the turns.

tratlif1 RichardCunningham's article
Dec 6, 2017 at 15:16
Dec 6, 2017
November 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
Not sure why Niner filing Chapter 11 is a bad thing. They were proactive about it before the lack of capital affected their ability to fullfill orders, develop good products, support customers, and keep employees. Good for them for seeking this as a viable solution so they could get an injection of capital
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