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Oct 4, 2018 at 15:54
Oct 4, 2018

Fit Blue Falcon U.S made

$150 USD
Fit Blue Falcon 2, US made in Santa Ana Ca. 21.5 top tube FIT Blade Fork Odyssey Hazard light rear wheel No name front wheel Revenge Brakes Deity 175mm cranks New Fit FAF 2.4 tires New Cult Member Sprocket New Giant Platform pedals New S&M seat Volume Cougar bars Demolition stem Demolition post FSA head set with new bearings New FIT/S&M bottom bracket NEW Cult half link chain Sensus Swayze lock-ons 2015ish I believe, when ever FIT did the last batch of Blue Falcon frames, ridden for about 6 months, finally put it all back together with good parts I had laying around and some new ones. Regular scratches from riding no dings or cracks though. Front wheel is not in the best shape, it rolls well, but has a little wobble in it, which causes the balloon of a front tire to just barley touch the inside of the fork, could probably be trued and be fine, I bought it off a local kid so I could make a complete bike, looks like he painted the front rim black, I don't know how to true wheels and already spent my budget putting in back together to sell. perfect all around bike for pump track, dirt jumping etc. I can send more pics if you like. Buyer pays shipping (local pickup would be awesome)

vonroder77 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 2, 2018 at 10:25
Oct 2, 2018
2019 UCI MTB Rulebook Fixes DH Finals Start Order, Allows For Mismatched Wheel Sizes & More
@deadmeat25: yes! That way Josh Hill can show up on his Alta Redshift and break people.
vonroder77 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 28, 2018 at 12:42
Sep 28, 2018
Dates & Locations Announced for 2019 & 2020 UCI World Cup (New USA Stop)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMNcBPt2fDU Hell yeah! stop off and visit some family then head on up.
Sep 21, 2018 at 20:37
Sep 21, 2018

Rocky Mountain Slayer SS 396

$500 USD
Size Large frame, 596mm top tube, 66 degree head angle, 152mm rear travel. Slopestyle/mini dh park bike. Set up to climb and be an all-around bike. Brand new from factory rear triangle (I forgot to tighten a bolt on the rear drop outs, nice 300$ mistake) 2014 Marzocchi 55 RC3 EVO V.2 Titanium fork 170mm 2014 Marzocchi Roco TST R air rear shock Brand New Shimano xt cranks & bottom bracket, 2x9 setup new xt 9 speed cassette new x9 rear derailleur new Xt front derailleur new chainrings and bolts new Straitline bash gaurd new 203 mm rotors Elixer XO carbon levers with code calipers and new pads Thomson elite seat post & a Sh*ty seat. 30" Black Market bars Black market Rat rod stem Hope pro 2 hubs Mavic hoops ( xm 719 or 729?...) new Wipperman Connex chain All new shifer cables and housings. A lot of new old stock parts that I sourced out back in 2014, one shuttle day I forgot to tighten a bolt in the drop outs which stripped the threads, I was able to get a brand new rear triangle from Rocky Mountain, the color didn't match so I chemically stripped the frame and I was going to polish it, but decided to stop putting money and time into something that no longer gets used and decided to brush it over with a scotch bright pad. No cracks or dings on the frame. You can see on the front triangle where I started to get it ready to polish but decided not to. All parts have been sitting in my garage since 2014 when I got them new. I finally put it all back together about 6 months ago with all new pivot bearings, hub bearings and seals from Hope (stripped hubs to match the frame). I have a new seal kit for the rear shock for when it needs service, I did my best to keep a light coat of Sram butter on the seals so they wouldn’t dry out, Marzocchi/Fox will still service this model year suspension when needed. Since 2010 I have actually only ridden the bike 3 times, one trail, one shuttle day and one day at Snow Summit. It’s a little rough looking but actually doesn’t have a ton of use on it. Feel free to hit me up with as many questions as you like, great bike for learning on or getting into the sport for not a ton of money. 500 or best offer, plus shipping. Thanks for looking

vonroder77 khsfactoryracing's article
Sep 20, 2018 at 11:04
Sep 20, 2018
Video: Dry Dusty Practice With KHS Factory Racing Before the Final Race of the Year
Constantly dry, dusty and loose. The trade off of being able to ride 360 days out of the year.
Aug 31, 2018 at 13:11
Aug 31, 2018
vonroder77 foxfactory's article
Aug 28, 2018 at 22:31
Aug 28, 2018
FOX Introduces Live Valve Suspension Technology
@m1dg3t: that is what will adjust our level of pucker while yelling "faaaaarrrrk!"
vonroder77 pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 12, 2018 at 16:32
Aug 12, 2018
Final Results: EWS Whistler 2018
Yup! A little first round jitters, no biggy. looks like he's shredd'n now, stoked for him.
vonroder77 pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jul 17, 2018 at 13:20
Jul 17, 2018
Video: 27.5 vs 29, Suspension Set-up & Measuring Progress - The Privateer Episode 4
@WAKIdesigns: LMAO!!! Its not shaming, I can fit into my endurbro fanny pack now. LOL!!! Plus riding in stretchy pants sucks. :)
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