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May 15, 2018 at 12:15May 15, 2018
May 15, 2018 at 12:14May 15, 2018
This bike is in excellent condition. Lots of new parts and complete rebuild of fork and rear shock. Call or text for details.
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Jul 31, 2017 at 14:33Jul 31, 2017
Jul 31, 2017 at 14:27Jul 31, 2017
Highlights - Has been serviced regularly and is in great condition. - New Giant 150mm dropper seatpost (May 2017). - Front Fork and rear shock completely rebuilt (July 2017). - Complete Drivetrain replacement (July 2016). Bike is spec’d with: - Carbon front Triangle, Alloy rear triangle. - Fox 34 Talus CTD Factory Kashima with 15mm thru-axle, OverDrive 2 steerer 140-160mm suspension fork - Fox Float-X CTD Factory Kashima rear shock. - SRAM X01 1X11 – speed drivetrain with Avid Elixir 9 Trail brakes - Giant Contact Switch-R Dripper seatpost with remote - Giant P – TRX1 27.5 WheelSystem (Tubless). - 34 (oval) tooth front ring 44/? Rear cassette. - Tubless Maxxis Minion DRF on front and rear (good condition). - Crank Brothers Mallet DH Pedals
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Jun 8, 2016 at 13:19Jun 8, 2016
2017 UCI World Cup Calendar Released
If all the big to medium sized DH teams/riders attended the Crankworks events it really would be like having two series to watch and follow in the same year - and I'm down with that. Crankworks DH is a good event to watch, but it's just not the same as a WC. Have the top 40 riders in the world all attend Crankworks and watch viewership and prize money go through the roof. I understand there is a team and sponsor cost here but more great events=moreinterestinthesport=morebikesales=ABETTERPLANET!!