Item: Easton haven 35mm stem
Location: Elwood Vic
Item Condition: Brand new, never used or installed
Reason for selling: Wrong size
Price and price conditions:SOLD
Extra Info: Brand new in box, never used or even installed. 40mm in length and the clamp is 35mm
So Mr tax man was relatively nice this year and that will be in my account soon.
So I have decided to make the purchase for my Trance 27.5 a new upgrade in forks from the crap evo's that come stock, even I can tell they are shit and I'm your perfect definition of a weekend warrior.
Hey guys, next payday I'm looking at upgrading the rear shock on my 2014 giant trance 27.5 2.
Excuse my ignorance however can someone please tell me what the rear shock size is for my bike.
I have googled and looked on the giant website, but I cannot seam to find it anywhere.
Also I'm pretty...
Hello fellow forum friends.
Currently running a 1x10 shimano xt drivetrain with a 11-34t cog on the rear. (Giant trance 27.5 2)
My question is how much of a difference a 36 cog would be.
My fitness is pretty good and if I get out of the saddle I can pretty much chug up anything.
Frame - Giant trance 27.5 2 (however there is not much left of the 2)
Rear shock - Fox float
Front shock/fork - Marzocchi 350cr
Handlebars - Easton Haven
Stem - Raceface respond 40mm
Headset - Chris King inset 2
Grips - Oury lockon
Saddle - SDG matrix
Seatpost - Easton carbon
Front brake - XT...
Just got a new pair of hope pro eve with stand 27.5 crest rims and I'm having a stupid amount of trouble getting the rim bread over the rim of the tyre.
I finally got it on now I want to take the tyre off again so I can set it up properly. I was hoping that getting it on initially would stretch...
So after stripping my ride and updating my cable and housing, I have misplaced my rear xt 10 speed barrel adjuster/lost it.
Am i stuffed and need to source a new one? Or will my rear derailleur still work, im thinking it might work but as the cables strecth a little and adjustments are need Ill...
Im a newbie just getting into the exciting world of mountain biking.
Have always ridden bikes my whole life but mainly to commute/recreation and a bit of fitness here or there to get of my legs as i run a lot.
Have always wanted to get into x-country/aggressive trail riding so...