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I purchased a bike park rental 2013 Glory 2 with brand new Maxxis DH tire set for $1800.00. It is in great condition. With used bikes of this caliber available on the after market, what would motivate me to pour money into a 12 pound (L) modified single pivot frame?...more
The all black version was specifically designed for Rob and Big... murdered out son
I have a 2008 turner DHR, large, red and chrome for sale. Fox DHX and 40 up front. I have two sets of springs for the bike. Zee cranks X9 drive train E13 LG1+ KORE 31" bars Sunline DM stem King headset Thomson post Velo seat DT Swiss wheels with Shimano
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More like this! Thanks, Lee.
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Of course, there' s the small matter of his retirement: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxqqgYEOrMY
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It's basically a mountain bike to begin with... mostly 26" wheels it looked like, MTB bars and forks on the bikes... just fixed DJ rigs with tall seat tubes.
All that aside, some real bike handling skill there.
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Have shovel, will travel.
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I run full 1.5 on my 2005 Prophet. According to my calculations it's 32.6% stiffer than any 1 1/4 tapered steerer and that bike is almost 7 years old now.
Just another marketing ploy, plain and simple. Cramming standards down consumer's throats sucks.
Might as well skip the intermediate step and go full 1.5. At least then anyone could run what ever fork they wanted and it's angle set ready.
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I can count all the way to schfifty five.
I wouldn't even pay the wholesale price for those babies.
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The specalized setup is a little different. Notice how they fully capture the adjustment end inside the yoke. http://www.pinkbike.com/news/2011-specialized-demo-8.html
From the Dirt link... "The bushes are made of 6082 T6 alu. This means it’s a hard surface and the type of alu is very stiff with no flex." If the bushing material is harder/stiffer than your frame material you'll ovalize the shock mounts on your frame ... more »