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zakfreeridefreek Raspberry-ripple's photo
Apr 4, 2018 at 3:23
Apr 4, 2018
definitely a stolen bike

zakfreeridefreek zakfreeridefreek's photo
Apr 1, 2018 at 5:10
Apr 1, 2018
standard dj comp. 100mm

Mar 31, 2018 at 3:48
Mar 31, 2018

## price drop 150 ## NS CAPITAL DJ BIKE SM size

$150 GBP
Hi guys, for sale i have a ns capital. small size frame. comes with the standard wheels, pedals, cranks, bars and forks. only has 1 brake that i added on the front. but if your riding this bike brakes are not your concern lol. overall a great frame which has never been abused. just used like it should be, but for the past 2 years shes lived in my shed. so would like to see her get a new home. like i said. only bad point is the wheels. which being standard have crap hubs therefore are slightly loose. so having said that i will take 150 if sold today and picked up. 7/4/18 . make me an offer ;) SEND ME A MESSAGE AND ILL GET BACK TO YOU ASAP. THANKS GUYS

zakfreeridefreek RichardCunningham's article
Apr 30, 2017 at 20:10
Apr 30, 2017
Startups: $300 Do-it-Yourself Wireless Shifting - Sea Otter 2017
@Archer-Brandon: hey there. just want to say this look fantastically good and im so happy this is coming and i think you guys are great too. just a thought here.. not sure if anyone in the comments has mentioned it because i haven't read them all. or you have thought of but could the battery for the system not be charged by a dynamo or some sort. ? from each of your pedal strokes you charge up. but its not creating drag on the drive train when you freewheel. so for instance, it will be on and work when you pedal but you could switch the system around, to be working when freewheeling instead of pedal strokes.. the reason i think this could be beneficial for the shift mechanism that operates the derailleur , well its batteries we all know as soon as they get low stuff doesn't work as crisp as at full power, simply because it cant give reliable and consistent operation like we could with a wired setup. also i know the battery liife is good but what about when the power is low or gone? like if some was doing the mega avalanche or just far away from a power source. to be quite honest as well i would'nt want to be worring about that. have to detach it every night to get charge. i know your going to change to rf to give it more longevity too. so basically my thought are here for you, or is this all irrelivent because it not reliant on the battery? hopefully it makes sense to you guys . but having said all that i love it and i want one. thanks
zakfreeridefreek mtbstrengthcoach's article
Jun 6, 2014 at 6:38
Jun 6, 2014
Strengthen Your Buns and Thighs with the Butt Blaster 4000
The only butt blasting is going on at a brothel somewhere in Liverpool
zakfreeridefreek peakleaders's article
Mar 20, 2014 at 10:44
Mar 20, 2014
Want to Teach Mountain Biking in Whistler?
I'm signing up. Would be the best job ever!!!!!
Mar 17, 2014 at 18:49
Mar 17, 2014

cove shocker fox dhx 5.0

$440 GBP
Hi all. Just bought this frame but unfortunately have to sell. An amazing frame that can take anything and has a super plush feel to the suspension. It's been rawed off which looks good. Just needs a good polishing off or a nice spray job to set it off. It will come with Shocker frame small Fox dhx 5.0 with 400lb spring saint cranks and bb Seatpost to fit, saddle and seat post clamp. Renthal fatbar and a dt swiss fr2350 hub on mavic 150mm rear wheel. Only reason for sale is I need the money. Be sad to see it go as I've not even had chance to build it... Price may be negotiated. Please Pm me if you have an offer. Please pm me if you need more details. Thanks, zak

zakfreeridefreek wysiwyg's photo
Mar 8, 2014 at 12:08
Mar 8, 2014
Why doesn't it have the DM crown?

zakfreeridefreek willyumjames's photo
Mar 6, 2014 at 14:53
Mar 6, 2014
Ahh yeah. duhh. stupid me lol

zakfreeridefreek willyumjames's photo
Mar 6, 2014 at 12:34
Mar 6, 2014
Looks stressed in this pic. compressed frame from a crash ?

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