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i Love riding bicycles, amateur on DH but I enjoy it and happy with my rides, ridding is part of my everyday life

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Added 24 photos to cboardman-xcg-l
May 16, 2018 at 6:52
May 16, 2018
Selling
May 16, 2018 at 6:41
May 16, 2018

Cboardman xcg Large nice spec

$535 GBP
This bike it's not the usual cboardman, it's a custom built by me, with upgraded parts all over the bike, only the frame with the paint its original. Every single component it's a top spec at his time and still is. The bike rides amazingly well. I have used it around London roads with slick tires as it was bike to go to work place. Once I had the bike in Bedgebury Park and once in bike park Wales, I must say it did amazing on bike trials due to upgraded parts and 140mm travel on the front suspension. The best bike I ever had for London roads, it is super smooth thanks to full suspension. The bike is very clean as it is kept inside my house. Always was maintained by me. The state of the bike it's amazing. Please no time wasters and no silly offers. First come first serve. Main reason for selling is that I've build one 1984 road bike to commute to work, as the Cboardman was too much eye catching and I was scared to lock it on the roads and also I just have the space anymore on my house, having four. bikes inside my house, my wife drives me crazy. Any questions please do ask, I will try my best to answer them. Specifications of the bike: Frame: Large, Triple butted aluminum, cross country geometry. Fork: Sr suntour epixon xc 140mm air travel, lock on and rebound. Shox: fox float rp2 120mm air travel, performance series, rebound, open-preload. Breaks: avid elixir 9 with carbon levers, goodridge braided hoses F&R. Disc rotors: avid HS1 180mm F&R. Gear shifter: sram x9 10 speed. Derailleur: sram x9 medium cage 10 speed. Cassette: Shimano xt 10 speed 11-36T. Chain: KMC X10-EL ti-nitrate 10 speed, gold color. Cranks: e*thirteen LG1R 170mm. BB: e*thirteen 68-73mm. Chainring: superstar components 36T narrow wide aluminum 104bcg. Pedals: superstar components el plastique flat, red color. Wheels: mavic cross one 26" F&R. Hubs: mavic cross one straight pull. Tyres: Mavic crossride Quest 26x2.25 brand new, not a single mile on them. Axels: Vision QR F&R. Handlebar:KORE DUROX 780mm long with 20mm rise, aluminum. Stem: Truativ hussefelt 60mm long with 31.8 clamp diameter. Grips: superstar components, half flange, lock on. Headset: fsa sealed bearings 56/44 gold color. Head spacers: superstar components gold color. Seatpost: commençal principat danorra 31.6. Saddle: charge spoon.

Added 9 photos to shimano-saint-freeza
Apr 6, 2018 at 4:31
Apr 6, 2018
Selling
Apr 6, 2018 at 4:26
Apr 6, 2018

shimano saint sm-rt99 freeza 203mm and 180mm

$32 GBP
As the add says here I have two disc rotors in minimal used condition. One it's SM-RT99 freeza 203mm and the other one is 180mm SM-RT81-M not freeza but still saint. On both of the rotors you can see that they have such a minimal use, you can notice that the brake pads didn't made the lines from braking on some surface of the rotor. Postage is included. Any question please ask. cheers Zen

Added 7 photos to Shimano-SM-RT76-203mm-cl
Apr 6, 2018 at 4:18
Apr 6, 2018
Selling
Apr 6, 2018 at 3:59
Apr 6, 2018

Shimano xt SM-RT76 203mm centrelock disc rotors

$30 GBP
Hi riders. Here I have shimano xt 203mm centrelock disc rotors brand new for sale. I never took them from the packaging. These were the spare ones, which I never used. They just sitting around and no need of them anymore, maybe is someone else in need. As I mention they are brand new, but if you have any questions then please feel free to ask. Postage is included. Cheers. Zen

zenis nsbillet's article
Apr 3, 2018 at 12:33
Apr 3, 2018
North Shore Billet Announces The Quadrant Ring™
Next one it will be triangle shape, lol.
zenis SramMedia's article
Jan 4, 2018 at 12:06
Jan 4, 2018
SRAM Announces New Budget-Friendly Guide Brakes
I do agree with all of you guys, for good or bad about the Sram. The only thing I can say It's that everyone has their opinion. I use the old Avid elixir 9 trail brakes and I'm happy chap with them, I was thinking to change to sram guide rsc but what's the point when mine are still working as thy should, also I have mine upgraded since new with goodridge hose and connectors. Also I use to ride with shimano xt, but at one case they failed and almost got me killed in the London roads, after that I changed to Avid, but don't get me wrong guys, as I said everyone has their opinion. Also on my avid I use DOT 5.1 and i bleed them often, just to keep that oil as clean as I can. For the end what I want to say to all of my fellow riders is: Safe Ride All the time, Enjoy every single ride you do on your beloved bike like it is your last one. R35P3C7 2 4LL 4ND 54F3 R1D3
zenis cameronmackenzie's article
Sep 11, 2017 at 14:03
Sep 11, 2017
Rose Grant and Chloe Woodruff's Custom Pivot Bikes - Cairns XC World Champs 2017
Ok i just read all the comments and no one did not mention the fatcreations!? I don't blame you guys. That's how much you know about the fatcreations! They painted so many Paty's frames which are world known, like Spitfire, Mooooovallous, Tweed... and so many other frames, my favorite is Spitfire, what they did it just piece of pure art. I'm not doing any add for fatcreations at all, I was thinking to send my bike for paint to them, but it cost a lot of money and as a husband and a father I can't afford that, but it's my only wish. The fatcreations are masterpiece of painting bike frames, I love every single paint they do and if you think it's easy job, than you are all wrong my dear fellow riders. Check just one of Paty's painted frame at this link https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eCHdmdM1qSM Respect for all of ya.
zenis rossbellphoto's article
Apr 30, 2017 at 14:22
Apr 30, 2017
More Tech Randoms – Lourdes World Cup DH 2017
The XXL Summum, etc, it looks like American motorbike.
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