Workhorse 2.0 1

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Model
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Parts

Frame
Kona
Process 153 29 DL
Frame: Kona Process 153 29 DL
Rear Shock
RockShox
Super Deluxe Air
MegNeg Air Can
Rear Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe Air. Misc: MegNeg Air Can
Fork
RockShox
Lyrik Ultimate 2020
42mm offset
Fork: RockShox Lyrik Ultimate 2020. Misc: 42mm offset
Headset
FSA
Orbit 1.5 E ZS
EDC Lite
Headset: FSA Orbit 1.5 E ZS. Misc: EDC Lite
Handlebar
Deity
Brendog 800
Cut to around 780mm
Handlebar: Deity Brendog 800. Misc: Cut to around 780mm
Stem
DEITY
Copperhead 35mm
31.8mm
Stem: DEITY Copperhead 35mm. Misc: 31.8mm
Grips
Sensus
Swayze Lock-On
Grips: Sensus Swayze Lock-On
Brakes
Shimano
Zee
Brakes: Shimano Zee
Brake Levers
Shimano
Zee
Brake Levers: Shimano Zee
Shifters
SRAM
GX
Shifters: SRAM GX
Rear Derailleur
SRAM
GX
Rear Derailleur: SRAM GX
Chainguide
OneUp Components
VHS Slapper Tape on Chainstay
Chainguide: OneUp Components. Misc: VHS Slapper Tape on Chainstay
Cranks
SRAM
Descendant 6k Eagle
Cranks: SRAM Descendant 6k Eagle
Chainrings / Sprocket
SRAM
X01
32t
Chainrings / Sprocket: SRAM X01. Misc: 32t
Bottom Bracket
SRAM
DUB PF92
Bottom Bracket: SRAM DUB PF92
Chain
KMC
Chain: KMC
Cassette / Rear Cog
SRAM
GX
11-50
Cassette / Rear Cog: SRAM GX. Misc: 11-50
Pedals
DEITY
TMAC
Pedals: DEITY TMAC
Front Rim
WTB
ASYM i29
Peaty’s Valve Stem
Front Rim: WTB ASYM i29. Misc: Peaty’s Valve Stem
Rear Rim
WTB
ASYM i29
Peaty’s Valve Stem
Rear Rim: WTB ASYM i29. Misc: Peaty’s Valve Stem
Hubs
Hope
Hope Pro 4
Hubs: Hope Hope Pro 4
Spokes
DT Swiss
Spokes: DT Swiss
Front Tire
Maxxis
DHF
DD
Front Tire: Maxxis DHF. Misc: DD
Rear Tire
Maxxis
DHR
DD
Rear Tire: Maxxis DHR. Misc: DD
Saddle
Deity
Speedtrap Ti
Saddle: Deity Speedtrap Ti
Seatpost
KS
Lev
Seatpost: KS Lev
Seatpost Clamp
Deity
Seatpost Clamp: Deity
General Info

General Info

Model Year
2022
Model Year:
2022
Riding Type
Trail / All-Mountain
Riding Type:
Trail / All-Mountain
Weight
36 lb 0 oz (16,329 g)
Weight: 36 lb 0 oz (16,329 g)
Additional Info

The world's first three ski chairlifts were created for the ski resort in Sun Valley, Idaho in 1936 and 1937, then owned by the Union Pacific Railroad.[19] The first chairlift, since removed, was installed on Proctor Mountain, two miles (3 km) east of the more famous Bald Mountain, the primary ski mountain of Sun Valley resort since 1939. One of the chairlifts still remains on Ruud Mountain, named for Thomas Ruud a famous Norwegian ski racer. The chairlift has been preserved with its ski jump and original single chairs as it was during WWII. The chairlift was developed by James Curran of Union Pacific's engineering department in Omaha during the summer of 1936. Prior to working for Union Pacific, Curran worked for Paxton and Vierling Steel, also in Omaha, which engineered banana conveyor systems to load cargo ships in the tropics. (PVS manufactured these chairs in their Omaha, NE facility.) Curran re-engineered the banana hooks with chairs and created a machine with greater capacity than the up-ski toboggan (cable car) and better comfort than the J-bar, the two most common skier transports at the time—apart from mountain climbing. His basic design is still used for chairlifts today. The patent for the original ski lift was issued to Mr. Curran along with Gordon H. Bannerman and Glen H. Trout (Chief Engineer of the Union Pacific RR) in March 1939. The patent was titled "Aerial Ski Tramway,'U.S. Patent 2,152,235. W. Averell Harriman, Sun Valley's creator and former governor of New York State, financed the project.[20][21]

Additional Info:

The world's first three ski chairlifts were created for the ski resort in Sun Valley, Idaho in 1936 and 1937, then owned by the Union Pacific Railroad.[19] The first chairlift, since removed, was installed on Proctor Mountain, two miles (3 km) east of the more famous Bald Mountain, the primary ski mountain of Sun Valley resort since 1939. One of the chairlifts still remains on Ruud Mountain, named for Thomas Ruud a famous Norwegian ski racer. The chairlift has been preserved with its ski jump and original single chairs as it was during WWII. The chairlift was developed by James Curran of Union Pacific's engineering department in Omaha during the summer of 1936. Prior to working for Union Pacific, Curran worked for Paxton and Vierling Steel, also in Omaha, which engineered banana conveyor systems to load cargo ships in the tropics. (PVS manufactured these chairs in their Omaha, NE facility.) Curran re-engineered the banana hooks with chairs and created a machine with greater capacity than the up-ski toboggan (cable car) and better comfort than the J-bar, the two most common skier transports at the time—apart from mountain climbing. His basic design is still used for chairlifts today. The patent for the original ski lift was issued to Mr. Curran along with Gordon H. Bannerman and Glen H. Trout (Chief Engineer of the Union Pacific RR) in March 1939. The patent was titled "Aerial Ski Tramway,'U.S. Patent 2,152,235. W. Averell Harriman, Sun Valley's creator and former governor of New York State, financed the project.[20][21]

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