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May 11, 2019 at 13:03
May 11, 2019
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May 7, 2019 at 19:08
May 7, 2019

WTB Scraper i40 26+ DT 350 non boost Maxxis DHF/DHR

$350 USD
This is a 26" WTB Scraper i40 wheelset on DT 350 hubs with Maxxis 26 x 2.8" DHF and DHRII rubber. The hub spacing is 100 mm front and 142 mm rear, i.e. non-boost. However, the rear wheel has been slightly re-dished (by a pro mechanic) as I used it on a bike with a 148 mm rear end using a Wolftooth Boostinator kit. The rear wheel comes with the standard 142 mm endcaps as I re-used the boostinator kit when I went back to 27.5 wheels on this bike. The wheels have less than 300 miles on them. There is one ding on the rear wheel that does not affect sealing and it still rolls true. I'll get some better photos up asap. I would much prefer a local sale but I will ship at buyer's expense.

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Apr 27, 2019 at 13:43
Apr 27, 2019
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Apr 27, 2019 at 13:41
Apr 27, 2019

Spawn Banshee 16"

$250 USD
I believe this is a 2015 or 2016 model. It is in excellent condition overall but it has been ridden by two children over 3 seasons. So while it is in great condition it comes pre-scratched as shown in the photos. The damage doesn't affect the performance of the bike at all. It comes with the Schwalbe Black Jack tires that the bike came with and an extra tube. I got some wider tires that are on the bike now. Bike has a freewheel cassette and v-brakes front and rear. *Update 4/30/19: To the guys who have contacted me. I need to round up a box for shipping so I can get it packed up to provide shipping estimates.*

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Apr 27, 2019 at 13:28
Apr 27, 2019
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Apr 27, 2019 at 13:27
Apr 27, 2019

Nomad 3 CC w CCDBcs and Monarch RC3

$1500 USD
2017 Nomad 3 CC frame size Large. Has some cosmetic blemishes as shown but nothing structural. In total I rode this frame for just over 1500 miles. Cane Creek DB shock with climb switch that was rebuilt 330 miles ago and at the same time a new pivot axle kit and bearing kit was installed. It is fresh. Comes with a Cane Creek 40 headset on it (but without crown race for fork) and the brake adapter for a 180 mm rotor. I could include the Monarch RC3 shock that I bought it with which saw very little use. Open to realistic offers with or without either or both shocks but I'm not desperate.

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Apr 27, 2019 at 13:14
Apr 27, 2019

Pike 27.5 150 Solo RCT3 160 Vorsprung

$275 USD
A few cosmetic markings on lowers, stanchions are perfect. Fork has just been rebuilt 300 miles ago. Suspension travel was increased to 160 mm and the Vorsprung air spring added. Non boost spacing. Will ship at buyer's expense. Realistic offers considered but I'm not desperate. The fork is boxed up and ready to ship.

tsn73 RichardCunningham's article
Apr 26, 2019 at 8:39
Apr 26, 2019
Poll: Does Your Trail Bike Have a Weight Problem?
You need to chill out then. What other people choose to carry should have no bearing on you whatsoever; what they choose not to carry is the only thing that might affect you. I’m a bit of a minimalist myself but it’s the guys who ride w/o a tube or pump or multi-tool and then want/need my help that affect my riding; not the dudes with a 12 lb pack even though they are doing a 1-hour loop.
tsn73 RichardCunningham's article
Apr 19, 2019 at 10:16
Apr 19, 2019
Mountain Bike Access Issues Flaring Up in San Diego County
@Kern1: So is that whole riding area at Paskapoo slopes done now? I grew up in Calgary and was contemplating a move back and was trying to figure out where in the city you could actually ride before work and that seemed like one of maybe 2 or 3 spots. As much as we bitch about the SoCal trail access issues, it's one of the few places I'm aware of where you can have a niche-type career in this massive economy down here and still have trails close enough to ride before or after work and even some very technical trails too; of course the good ones are all illegal but until about the last 8 months weren't being enforced too vigorously (Laguna beach area). Once you get used to riding 5-6x/week instead of per month it's really tough to leave, even despite the fact you have to be on-edge because you know you are poaching and could get caught.
tsn73 RichardCunningham's article
Apr 18, 2019 at 14:41
Apr 18, 2019
Mountain Bike Access Issues Flaring Up in San Diego County
I'm in Orange County and this is happening here too. We as mountain bikers lose out twice. As an example near my community, first we lost a bunch of trails that were there for years for the actual development but then second, in order to grant the developer the right to proceed then they had to designate land as "wilderness" that bikes aren't allowed on. There is even a 1/2 percent sales tax that goes to the OCTA that works the same way. In order to get approval to build new roads, they have to designate land as wilderness so they are using public money from the tax to buy up plots of land to develop as wilderness. Then, because their is such an anti-bike slant among the powers-that-be in these parts, the lands get opened up occasionally for docent-led hikes and horseback rides but no biking. I've only lived down here 5 years from coastal BC but it's been an amazing contrast in terms of trail access and attitudes towards mountain biking.
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