Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Be on the lookout everybody for this bike. It belonged to Colin, the winner of the Grassroots Racing's first race (and event orginizer), heres his post about it: This bike was stolen yesterday in Eugene, OR. 1/17/2011
Keep yr eyes peeled!
List of Parts on Stolen Giant Glory DH:
‘09 Glory DH frame. Size Large. Blue and black with white lettering. ‘08 Silver linkage.
Velcro chainstay protectors. Titanium Shock hardware. Rock Shox Maxle 12x150.
Fox DHX 5.0, 550lb black steel spring
Carbon Fiber Shock guard.
Cane Creek Zero-Stack 31/48 headset. Carbon fiber headset spacers.
Black headset compression cap.
Fox 40, ‘08 with white lowers and blue Fox stickers.
Sun EQ31 rims, black, on polished Sun hubs. Sapim laser spokes, black. Silver nipples.
Schwalbe Dirty Dan tires. Gooey Gluey compound.
Shimano Saint cranks. 170mm length.
Point One Racing, Podium pedals, black. Custom 6mm pins
E-thirteen 38t, Silver chainring
MRP System 3 Carbon chainguide. White rollers
Shimano Ultegra chain.
Shimano Ultegra cassette. 12-21 tooth custom 6 speed cassette.
Shimano Saint short cage rear derailleur.
Custom internal cable routing through swingarm.
Shimano XT shifter. Customized shifter paddles.
Shimano Saint disc brakes, ‘08, Grey. 204mm front rotor. 180mm rear.
Titanium rotor bolts
Custom internal hose routing through swingarm.
Spank 777 handlebars, polished silver.
Truvativ Holzfeller direct mount stem. 60mm length, black.
ODI Ruffian half-waffle, lock-on grips. Custom black collars reading “BONES”.
Thompson Elite seatpost, 350mm length. Black.
Thompson seatpost clamp
WTB Sliverado Ti, saddle. Black.
Monday, January 17, 2011
Colin and the Grassroots racing duders put on an awesome race yesterday out at Jim Gillettes. So much fun and mud! Tyson Copeland got a great little edit from a great little race in January! Colin ended up winning with his one run at the end of the day, and Johnny Rollin put me in back into third fastest time. Im stoked to be pumped and still picking mud out of my eyes haha Thanks Tyson for that banger, Austin for helping w timing and Colin for settin the whole thing
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Thursday, January 13, 2011
Friday, January 7, 2011
Sunday, January 2, 2011
Last year Rhys and I had played with the idea of building a big, lofty trick jump w a huge landing. After lots of scoping out potential areas for a trick jump, I returned to the Island. coming back work on trails there is awesome. Lots of good memories and even just seeing how we "built" lines back in the day gives me a good laugh.
Workin by myself most of the time, its kinda slow going but im making some good progress. Ive built up a landing/ roll in for the jump by about 2 feet , and started clearing and shaping the runout into our jump. Im headin out there today for a few hours, and il try n grab some pics to share.