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  1. Hey I am not in these pages often. I don't know Jack about MTBing. But..... I have a 29er hardtail which is only used for Daddy/Daughter rides and is screaming "convert me to an Adventure Bike!" Now adventure bike is not a widely used term. Just something I made up for the description of what I want to do. Currently it has MTB handlebars and groupset. 3x10 SRAM. I'd like to try and put road handlebars on it and SOMEHOW rig the gears up so that I can use traditional road type hoods as I prefer this hand position on long rides. Also I have looked at rigid carbon front ends for it. The stock fork is crap and just makes it heavy. Wheels and brakes will remain stock. I do have an older 10spd Ultergra Groupset in the cupboard with shifters which I can use if I need to. Ideas please? Thanks. I want to build a bike that I can go riding on, pretty much anywhere, for a reasonably cheap outlay.
  2. Hey guys I know this is traditionally a triathlon forum but I know some of you may have mountainbiker friends who might be interested in some decent (more like crazy) prices on mountain bikes. We have a voucher for free accessories running until 28th of Feb so check out our MTB series, buy online or call us for more info on spec and setup 03 9529 3752. VIEW BIKES. - The Bikes.com.au Team
  3. ricky

    Mountain Bike Wanted

    Looking for a second hand mountain bike for my son. He is 5"2. Anyone have anything?
  4. Luist

    Moving to Germany garage sale!

    Moving to Germany so need to start clearing out the excess gear! Will post pics soon. Happy to be told if prices aren’t reasonable. Also happy to package if people want stuff together (e.g. bike and PT or wheels or whatever). All items located in Canberra and can posted at buyers expense. 1. Powertap SL+ hub built in an open pro rim. Has been mostly sitting in the garage since I got my quarq. Was using for races with the wheel cover. Cover is included, but has a couple of kinks, thought I was still using it. Next ride will put it on and compare with my quarq. Also have joule 1.0 which can be include if required ($50). $500 2. Powertap wired. Comes with mounting harness (x2) and computer (LYC). One button on the LYC is a little dicky, but still works. $250 3. Dura ace 7900 Crankset, 172.5 53/39 $200 4. Guru Crono 53cm time trial frame/bike. Open to selling as a frame only ($600), or as a complete bike. A few small paint chips and small scratches but overall pretty good condition. Complete bike can include Ultegra cranks/shifters/derailleur’s/Brakes, Profile bars, Arione seat $1000 5. Handlebars a. Carbon bars $150 b. Zipp Vuka $200 6. Zipp 404 carbon front wheel clincher (older style non dimpled) $150 7. Sram S80 Wheelset $500 8. Giant Trance x1 frame, medium with RP2 shock. White with Vertical shock mount $250 9. XT 9 Speed shifters (nearly new) $45 10. Avid Juicy 7 brakes (nearly new), complete, one side lever is upside down as I ordered from the US. $100 11. Giant Anthem X1, 26” in wheels, Fox 32 fork, RP23 rear shock medium. Older red one with horizontal shock mount $600 12. Elite Trainer - Chrono force inertial $100 13. Serfas hard bike case $100 https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/102936878428749159678/albums/5949361057382684081
  5. Quack

    Where is this?

    Where is this track?
  6. Go Easy

    Valparaiso race in Chile‏

    These guys are nuts. My wife tells me they interview an Aussie competitor on the Sunday Night program on Channel 7 tonight at 6.30pm.
  7. For sale: - bargains!! Shimano M087 MTB Shoes Size 45 - grey - great MTB shoes Almost new - used twice - immaculate condition (as new really) Cell Bikes sell them for $89 (+ delivery) - I'm looking for $75 inc postage in Australia http://www.cellbikes...ntain-Bike-Shoe Profile Design Sync Hydration System Brand New - never used, still has all labels etc attached. I ordered wrong size from the interweb. Paid $39 - will sell for $35 inc postage in Australia. http://www.profile-d...lts-accessories
  8. Item - Cannondale Rize 120 MTB Colour - White and Black Size - XL Condition - Brand new frame, fork and rear shock Age - 2009/10 model frame - never ridden, components from 2009 build Location - Ivanhoe Vic Specs- Frame- XL Rize 120 4 frame - 120mm (5 inch) of grear single pivot travel Fork - Lefty PBR fork Rear shock -Fox RP23 Rear shock Crankset - Shimano XT (9 speed) Shifters - SRAM X9 Front mech - SRAM X9 Rear Mech - SRAM X9 BRakes - Avid Elixer CR (the originals, before the issues) I rode these for 6 months on my old frame, and they were brilliant, never needed a bleed. Seatpost - Thomson Elite Wheels - Handbuilt wheels from one of Melbournes most respected wheel builders, using white industries rear hub, cannondale lefty front hub, competition spokes, DT EX5.1 rims - no dings, perfectly true Sadde -Fizik Gobi Handlebar - Easton Monkey lite alloy riser bar Tyres - Geax Saguaro (non tubeless) This frame, shock and fork are all brand new, they were a warranty replacement for a different model of bike that was no longer available. I have never ridden this frame, shock or fork offroad - just up and down the driveway once it was built. The shock and fork were replaced as the original bike was a 4 inch travel bike, where as this is 5 inchs. This is a great enduro, all day trail bike, can be lightened up and made into a race weapon. Will not disappoint a new bike buyer. Also listed on fleabay, Buy it now price of $2500, Tranny price $2200. Able to be viewed in Ivanhoe, more photos available upon request. Contact Rich on 0406 884 575 or via email rich @ nlsm . com. au Many thanks
  9. Is this Australia’s Ultimate MTB Marathon? OnTheGo, Australia’s newest and fastest growing custom sports apparel company, and based right in the heart of Canberra, have teamed up with iAdventure, producers of the Husky 100, to bring you Australia’s Ultimate MTB Marathon, the ‘OnTheGo Canberra 100 MTB Marathon’ to be held in Canberra on the 8th and 9th of December, 2012. Ride sweet, sweet singletrack and Forest trails as you are sent on the ultimate riding experience, visiting everyone’s favourite Sparrow Hill, before losing yourself in the awesome trail network that we have come to know and love throughout the years that is ‘Kowen Forest’. Visit old favourites, acquaint with new delights, and never, ever ride the same trail twice. This is MTB Marathon racing at its purest, at its ultimate. The all-inclusive event centre at the Old Kowen Homestead is your one stop registration and event centre shop, where you will find a multitude of Sponsors marquees, food and coffee options, while the kids participate in a complimentary MTB Master class thanks to the good folk at Dynamic Motivation – home of Canberra’s very first MTB specific indoor spin facility. Park and Camp right by the event centre, and feel great that you are contributing to our Official Partner Charity – Soldier On. Soldier On is about Australians coming together to show their support for our wounded. It is about the ANZAC spirit, and mateship and all Australians keeping their promise to take care of our wounded warriors. We set out to deliver the Ultimate MTB Marathon Course, and we’re sure that you will agree. See you in Canberra on the 8th and 9th of December for the riding experience of a lifetime! For further information, visit the OnTheGo Canberra 100 website.
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