PORC http://www.porcmtbclub.org/phpBB3/index.php phpBB3 RSS Builder Pittsburgh Off Road Cyclists Kids Mountain Bike - Gary Fisher Pre-Caliber Shred303
Forum: Buy And Sell
Date: 2015-08-12

My son has long outgrown and is selling his Gary Fisher PreCaliber Kids Mountain Bike. This is a for real, kids sized, trail bike, triple front chain rings with a 24 tooth climbing gear and 7 speeds in the back. It has a suspension fork and grip shifts. It's an awesome little machine. It's Everything you could want in a kids mountain bike. The seat has wide height adjustment to accommodate them as they grow.

26" - 32" Stand over Height
21" Seat post to bars
24" Wheels

The bike is in great running order. There are a few chips in the paint and a little bit of surface rust.

http://www.bikepedia.com/quickbike/Bike ... Caliber+24

FACTORY DESCRIPTION
Gary Fisher's PreCaliber 24 is a true mountain bike perfect for even the most-active kids. It features a lightweight aluminum frame, bump-smoothing SunTour suspension fork, stout wheels with all-surface Kenda tires and a hill-flattening 21-speed drivetrain so it's ready for a ride around the neighborhood and a summer of singletrack fun. The low stand-over height ensures safety and a proper fit for growing riders. Plus, the Great Fit saddle is super comfortable and the short-reach brake levers mean solid stopping power for smaller hands.

FRAME & FORK

Frame Construction:
Frame Tubing Material: Fisher Gold Series butted-aluminum
WHEELS

Hubs: Aluminum
Tires: Kenda, 24 x 1.95

Brakeset: Aluminum linear-pull
Shift Levers: SRAM 3.0
Pedals: Wellgo platform
Rear Cogs: Shimano, 7-speed: 14-28
Saddle: Great Fit
Handlebar: Bontrager Sport riser
Handlebar Stem: Bontrager]]>
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Re: New to the Area! codaracing
Forum: General
Date: 2015-07-09

I'm new to this forum as well and looking for some new places to ride. I live in WV about 30 minutes from Pittsburgh. I can meet up and ride any Sunday, that's my only day off. Usually ride Settlers Park and recently did Frick.]]>
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New Member codaracing
Forum: General
Date: 2015-07-08

Hello, I just recently got back into riding. Years ago, I rode Settlers Park a good bit, but haven't really been anywhere else. Hoping to find some ride groups to jump into and explore some new riding areas. My work schedule is brutal, so Sundays are my only available ride days. Hope to get involved with some up-coming rides.]]>
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Saris "Bones 2-Bike" Trunk Rack for Sale Kayatin
Forum: Buy And Sell
Date: 2015-07-07

Model #805, carries up to two bikes, up to 35 pounds each. Like new, purchased June, 2014. Selling for $125.]]>
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2010 Santa Cruz Heckler $1500 Yinzpgh1
Forum: Buy And Sell
Date: 2015-06-16

I am selling my Santa Cruz Heckler. I grew up in Pittsburgh, but now live in California. I brought it to my parents' house in PA thinking I would have it here to ride when I come visit, but I never come back. I replaced pretty much everything before bring it out, but it has been just sitting. It has a new chain, chainrings, brake pads, etc...
Let me know if you have any questions.

Text preferred
9oh9 921 4onefour9

Parts list:
Santa Cruz Heckler (Large)
Fox Float 32 RLC
Fox RP23
Stan's No Tubes Flow EX rims laced to blue Hope Pro II Hubs
Chris King headset
Maxxis Ignitor tires
Race Face Deux XC cranks with brand new Race Face Turbine chainrings
Brand new Hope bottom bracket w/ ceramic bearings
Brand new Sram PG 990 cassette
Sram XO rear Derailleur w/ carbon cage
Sram X9 shifters
Avid Elixer CR brakes w/ carbon levers
Thomson seatpost
Hope Seatpost collar
WTB Pure V saddle

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Re: Help I need a fatboy!!! FatBoyjp
Forum: General
Date: 2015-05-07

I got mine South Side at thickbikes awesome group of guys!]]>
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Re: New to the Area! FatBoyjp
Forum: General
Date: 2015-05-07

i am not new in the Area but new to this Forum! i have a friend that does south park, i road it once this past weekend great trails! we both have Fatboy bikes!]]>
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Re: New to the Area! FatBoyjp
Forum: General
Date: 2015-05-07

i am not new in the Area but new to this Forum! i have a friend that does south park, i road it once this past weekend great trails! we both have Fatboy bikes!]]>
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Just looking to find ride trails? FatBoyjp
Forum: General
Date: 2015-05-07

Does anyone ride after work? I am trying to get back into MTB riding. During the week is all the time i have , maybe could meet anyone at North Park somewhere, I am no way a expert rider, use to have a Gary FIsher , now i am Specialized Fatboy! This thing is like crazy love it! I think the whole world will be on these one day, well maybe not the road guys, but who knows. :mrgreen:]]>
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Re: FS - Focus Cayo EVO 4.0 kbem
Forum: Buy And Sell
Date: 2015-04-23

SOLD]]>
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Re: 2014 Yeti 575 (650b) kbem
Forum: Buy And Sell
Date: 2015-04-23

SOLD]]>
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Re: North Park Trail Conditions Fusker
Forum: General
Date: 2015-03-23

Thanks Justin. I get what you're saying. I got up early this morning (temps were 20-25 F) and checked out the beginning of the red/blue blaze, and bailed almost immediately as I could tell that things weren't frozen up at all. I also noticed plenty of the 4" deep ruts you're referring to.]]>
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Re: North Park Trail Conditions Rchimento
Forum: General
Date: 2015-03-23

Thanks for the feedback guys.. I ended up bringing my road bike and got some hilly rides in.

Up here in Syracuse, we still have 2' of snow on the ground so we won't be riding the trails until June at this rate! I was hoping Pittsburgh may of thawed and dried a bit earlier, but no luck! I'll have to wait until June when I'm back in town.]]>
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Re: North Park Trail Conditions Justin
Forum: General
Date: 2015-03-23

In general March is not a good month for riding in the Pittsburgh area. It really takes a few weeks after the snow melts for the trails to dry up enough to be ridden. We need consistently warm and sunny days to dry things out, which don't always occur simultaneously. The few hours of sub-freezing temps aren't usually enough to re-freeze the trails either.

I was out at Frick yesterday morning(not riding) and while it wasn't too sloppy, the ground is very soft and many areas already have 4" deep ruts. A few shaded areas were a bit frozen, but anything in the sun was not. If everyone would just refrain from riding the singletrack in March, the trails would dry out sooner, stay smoother, and require less maintenance overall.]]>
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Re: North Park Trail Conditions swhile
Forum: General
Date: 2015-03-22

Yeah that's a good plan. Very often, the ground will freeze up and you can get a morning ride in without doing damage, and the afternoon will be sloppy.]]>
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