Added 6 photos to Buysell
Oct 29, 2018 at 20:01Oct 29, 2018
Oct 29, 2018 at 19:57Oct 29, 2018
Awesome condition. Brand new Maxxis DH-F and DH-R tires. Fox 40's working great. Fox DHX RC2 rear shock, 350lb spring. Shimano Saint brakes. Mavic Deemax rims laced to Hope Pro2 EVO hubs. Mega strong wheels with that loud fancy rear hub noise. New sram drivetrain this year (shifter, chain, cassette, derailleur) New Truvativ special edition Steve Smith Chainsaw handlebars. Bearing have been done. This bike rips, and has no issues.
twintip82 danielsapp's article
Jul 9, 2018 at 22:20Jul 9, 2018
First Ride: 2019 Specialized Epic EVO
Thats a hard pass for me. I thought they dropped this weird suspension gimmick years ago. There are just sooooo many great options for light bikes that climb well. I can see why people rip on Specialized. Who buys a sand coloured bike anyway?
twintip82 SunPeaksResort's article
Aug 23, 2017 at 20:36Aug 23, 2017
Sun Peaks Update: Bonus Weekend of Shredding Announced
Cmon ladies and gents- last chance for dust facial! But seriously, Sun Peaks is totally freakin rad. I'll high five you if you come.
Added 3 photos to Marin
Apr 20, 2017 at 15:32Apr 20, 2017
twintip82 mikekazimer's article
Nov 21, 2016 at 21:39Nov 21, 2016
Shimano XT Di2 Drivetrain - First Ride
Meh. Riding with battery powered drivetrain is about as fun as sex with a condom. Still good times- but you're missing out on something....
Added 1 photo to Specialized-Stumpy
May 16, 2016 at 14:32May 16, 2016
May 16, 2016 at 14:31May 16, 2016
2010 Stumpjumper. High end build. Size Large. (18.5") Rear shock and brain shock just 100% fully rebuilt at Suspension Werx in Vancouver. Upgraded internals. Have receipts. Basically brand new rear shock. Easton Haven wheels. Race Face NEXT carbon cranks. Sram XO drivetrain and brakes. 1up - 1x10 conversion- works DAM well. Fox Float 32 fork- working beautifully. Thomson Seat post. Easton Stem Race Face Turbine Bar- Uncut. Straightline pedals. New "The Captain" Specialized tubeless tires. Chromag grips. Fully tuned, ready to ride. No squeaks, creaks, cracks or issues. Has been ridden- so there are some scratches etc, but what bike doesn't have? All in all a sweet bike that climbs extremely well, and is rather light with this fancy build.
twintip82 vernonfelton's article
Apr 5, 2016 at 13:48Apr 5, 2016
Intense Spider 275C Factory Build - Review
@UtahBikeMike: SO basically you are in agreement with me on the topic. FYI I do work so I can enjoy a few hours a week on my bike. I've been riding my whole life. I've had rigids with U brakes under the chain stays and everything in between that and my current ride. I have seen the industry grow and change for better and worse. What's great is that what you get today for your dollar actually goes way further than it used to. What's not great is that this extra cool MTB dedicated website is loosing sight of their target audience by not representing the price point most commonly sold. And it looks like you ALSO have the time to comment. Pity. DONT VOTE FOR TRUMP.
Chris Akrigg's As It Lies - Video
26 Dec 2016
Video: Borderline Stupid
14 Aug 2014