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Yeah but in 2000 a DH fork cost 900-1100 frames were $1750-$2250 now they are $2800-$3300 standard. Everything is more cash $200 bars etc. You can buy a 450F for less than many DH bikes. Selling them at $7K isn't gonna help them grow the market any. Not to mention riding areas are not easy to find in many areas.
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$4,400.....ouch. Its crazy bikes are so expensive now. $5K used to get you full XTR handmade in USA. Now it gets you mid grade. Sort of sucks.....
Bryceland shot is Rad
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Don't show the Enduro dorks that. They will be wondering how a guy on a $1500 HT just road that trail cleaner than they did. Though I bet 50% of DH riders up there are wondering the same thing. Too be clear I wouldn't touch that trail with a 10' pole.....
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Someone should tell these guys this isn't ENDURO.....
Bring the big bikes looking at the $6K AM bikes there I would assume they could be afforded.
Thing is sick!!!
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Insane landscape colors be awesome to shoot there. Ride also I would guess.
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Pretty sick shot!
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So moody.....Nick Brandt would be jealous.
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Nothing like the back end of the lens being open to elements eh?
The TT5 and Canon system was funky for sure.
Went Nikon 3 months back mainly for file size and information per file. The tt5 and Ranger RX seem to work a bit better with the Nikon so far only used it once so far so who knows. I do miss my 50 F1.2 though......have to get a 50 F1.4 Sigma ART down the road.
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Pretty sure that is a 2001 frame. Last frame Specialized made in the USA and it is a Palmer Replica....
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Over 1,000 shares in under 24 hours!
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The G1 was designed around the Suspension system and having a chainline that would not effect the way the suspension works. The gearbox was just a perk of the design needing a roller up high. So it was essentially secondary over the suspension.
Its what we called mountain biking up until about 4 years ago. Riding your bike up for the joy of going down has been happening since the very early 1980's.......
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SIck! Are you in the USA?
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Looks sick! How is the DVO feeling?