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Mar 31, 2015 at 10:43
Mar 31, 2015

Ragley M74 *PRICE DROP*

$399 GBP
I am selling my Ragley M74 26" "Hardcore" Hardtail bike, as I need room in the garage for a new 650b mountain bike that I have purchased. This bike is excellent for a beginner looking to progress in the sport, improve on basic technique descending technique and who favours the downhills more-so than the uphills. You won't be the fastest up the hills on this bike, but on terrain where gravity takes control, you certainly won't be lacking in speed! The bike is in good-nick, and as done me great service over the last 2 years of mountain biking. A slack head angle, 1x9 drivetrain and aggressive geometry means this bike is designed for enjoying rocky descents on the moors. The usual wear and tear with a second-hand bike is to be expected. The paint has been rubbed on the crank arms due to pedalling (completely unavoidable), and the odd nick in the paint due to stones being whipped up etc. The fork is a basic 120mm coil fork, which means service costs are low, but is incredibly stiff, offering plush travel, with a 20mm thru axle up front. The forks have recently been serviced locally by RSF Suspension, with no scratches or marks on the stanchions. At the time a fork service cost me approximately £60. New brake pads have also been fitted recently, and may need time to bed in. The bike has also been marked on the underside of the down-tube with my home address, this is to prove that the bike is not stolen, and you know you are purchasing from the genuine owner. The bike is pretty much stock, so many of the details regarding geometry and specification can be found here: A review from Bike Radar, so you know exactly what you're getting: Parts that I have implemented myself are as follows: Upgraded handlebar to Nukeproof Warhead Handlebar (800mm). Maxxis Super-Tacky Minion DH (Front) 26x2.35" Any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

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Yup, inbox me :)

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Cube Fritzz 20" (Large)

$850 GBP
It is with great regret, that I am selling this fantastic bicycle. My love for cycling as spread to hardcore hardtails, and have found as of late, that I am using this bike less and less, and not using it to its FULL potential. The bike has been serviced within the past week by Cogs bike shop in Plymouth. For £850, you will purchase an Enduro spec bike perfect for a beginner looking to get into Enduro rides/events. The frame, cranks and fork lowers have some light cosmetic wear (understandable for mountain biking), with no cracks or scratches on the fork/shock stanchions. In the right hands, this bike can descend down a hill faster than a fat kid in a trolley, and climb relatively well. For £850, you will get: Cube Fritzz 2011 Frame (20"/Large) Fox 36 Talas Forks, 160mm and 20mm Thru Axle Fox RP23 Rear Shock. 200mm front brake rotor. 180mm rear brake rotor. Sun Ringle Wheelsets. 26" Maxxis Dual-Ply High Roller DH Tyres Formula RX Hydraulic Brakes Azonic 50mm stem FSA Orbit Headset Ragley 710mm bars Shimano SLX Cranks w/ Shimano BB DMR V12 Flat Pedals eThirteen "The Hive" Front Chainguide + Bash Guard. Shimano XT Rear Derailleur Sun Jumping Flea Rear Hub (Must say, it purs like a cat on catnip).

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Yup, comes with 760mm bars and a 50mm stem as standard :)

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