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Nov 13, 2018 at 11:20
Nov 13, 2018

Rockshox Reverb Stealth B1 170mm drop, 31.6, 1x lever

$200 USD
2018 Reverb Stealth with 170mm drop. Has been ridden for less than one season. 170mm drop is awesome, but post is a little long for my inseam. Looks new. 31.6mm diameter. Cable is plenty long, it's currently mounted on a large Transition Sentinel. Includes the updated 1x lever and has been bled. Works flawlessly. Includes bleeding edge fitting, but no bleed kit. Message me with questions!

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Nov 11, 2018 at 10:02
Nov 11, 2018

SRAM Code RSC brakeset, shipped!

$320 USD
Selling a SRAM Code brakeset in excellent condition with low miles. As you can see in the photos, the right lever has some scuffs from the bike being upside down for a trailside repair. Pads have great life left and front pads have been upgraded to metallic (sintered) pads. These have been ridden a total of 8 days on my downhill bike. The lines are nice and long. Does not include rotors. Price includes shipping within the lower 48. Message me with questions!

zhendo pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 24, 2018 at 21:27
Oct 24, 2018
Selling
Oct 7, 2018 at 22:19
Oct 7, 2018

SRAM Centerline 180mm 6-bolt rotors

$20 USD
I have 2 180mm Centerline rotors available. Both have been used for about half of a season and have loads of life left. Not contaminated, run perfectly true. Price is per rotor and includes shipping.

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Oct 1, 2018 at 20:06
Oct 1, 2018

SRAM Code RSC, black, excellent condition low miles

$380 USD
Pair of black Code RSC brakes in excellent condition. Plenty of pad life on the original pads - these really haven't seen many miles yet. Brakes will have a fresh bleed before leaving the door. I can also include 203mm front and 180mm rear SRAM Centerline rotors. Both are in excellent condition (were new with the brakes). Adding these on costs another $50.

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Aug 16, 2018 at 9:48
Aug 16, 2018

Reverb Stealth 170mm drop, 31.6mm dia., 1x remote

$250 USD
I have a like-new Rockshox Reverb 170mm drop with the new Rockshox 1x remote. This post came on my Transition Sentinel, but is unfortunately just a hair too long for me. I've tried making it work, but after 8 rides or so it's still a problem and I need to go shorter. Post looks brand new and is in perfect working condition. The new Reverbs have been super reliable, so this is a great deal on a great post.

zhendo RichardCunningham's article
Aug 8, 2018 at 21:26
Aug 8, 2018
Industry Weighs in on the Latest Round of US Tariffs on Chinese Mountain Bike Imports
@matttauszik: yeah that seemed like RC fishing for optimism to end the article...
zhendo RichardCunningham's article
Aug 8, 2018 at 19:45
Aug 8, 2018
Industry Weighs in on the Latest Round of US Tariffs on Chinese Mountain Bike Imports
@matadorCE: this. Every time a new product pops up on PB homepage and it’s cheap as hell, everyone promptly praises the company no matter where it’s made. Whenever Enve, King, or other domestically made-but-pricy products come up, people freak out and hurl old produce at their monitors. The concept of tariffs being a good thing is based on false assumptions. It assumes that people don’t necessarily want or need cheaper goods, and/or it assumes that there are suppliers in the US that can fill the void left by Chinese suppliers cut out by the tariffs. Neither of those things are true, and anyone who believes that US suppliers can turn around and deliver affordable, quality goods while paying their employees adequately is flat wrong, especially when tariffs on raw materials are adding to the pain. Companies like GG are awesome, but will get hit by raw materials costs, and ultimately none of their bikes can be considered in the realm of “affordable” for a rider looking to enter the sport, or for an enthusiast who can’t justify a $3k bike. Riders with the disposable income can, and should, speak with their wallets and buy quality, durable components made here in the USA. Durability means less need to buy new stuff, and ultimately is less of a burden on the environment relative to cheap, less durable goods. If you have the means, pay attention to “Made in _____” labels. Sadly, for the vast majority of riders that have added to the immense growth in mountain biking over the last decade, the lower end of the market is becoming inescapably less affordable due to protectionist policies without accompanying improvements in quality.
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Aug 7, 2018 at 17:37
Aug 7, 2018

SRAM Centerline 200mm 6-bolt rotor

$25 USD
Very lightly used 200mm SRAM Centerline rotor. Switched from 200mm to 180mm on the back of my DH bike after using this for 3 rides. Note that this is 200mm, not 203mm diameter. Includes brand new rotor bolts.

zhendo mikelevy's article
Aug 2, 2018 at 8:50
Aug 2, 2018
Review: e*thirteen's Updated TRS Race 29'' Tire
@BaeckerX1: As someone who lives and rides in the Pacific Northwest, I can tell you definitively that that's not true. A sign of a good, trustworthy rubber compound is that it grips on wet surfaces. If your comment is true, why do we even talk about wet weather performance of tires? Even while wet, well-worn granite in Whistler has pretty amazing traction. Maybe its confirmation bias, but reading comments (and the review) about wet weather performance makes me wonder how much of the incident may have been prevented with a more wet-friendly tire. Wood is a whole different story - you don't want to ride wood in the wet unless it's wired up.
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