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Jan 14, 2015 at 13:13
Jan 14, 2015
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Jan 11, 2015
Jan 11, 2015 at 7:58
Jan 11, 2015

PRICE DROP! Lapierre Spicy 516 full enduro spec Swap for 140

$1700 GPB
Hi, you're looking at what has been been my pride and joy for the last 18 months. I bought this brand new and have loved every minute on her from the word go. I have upgraded the bike substantially, so it will handle pretty much anything you want to throw it down. Trail centres to arm pumping Alpine descents,enduro racing to natural adventures, there really isn't anything this bike can't do. I know, I have done all of the above, and trust me it does everything with absolute ease. The bike really get's into its stride when you point it down steeper, technical stuff, so if you're one of those, like myself, that wants one bike to do everything, here it is. Mates going to Revolution bike park? go and join them, you're mates going for an epic adventure in the lakes? go and join them, on a bike that is dialled and will smash the descents like a DH bike and will pedal up with relatively little drama. The condition is pretty damn good for a bike approaching 2 years old, having said that, it hasn't been overly used. A few scratches here and there, most notable wear is on the seat stays, dreaded heal rub. Everything is performing as well as you would expect from such high end parts, which are as follows: 2013 Lapierre Spicy 516, 160mm travel 2013 Rockshox Lyric 170/160mm, uprgraded from a poorly damped fox 34 A choice of rear shock, A TF tuned, PUSH upgraded DHX5, tuned for the frame (amazing endless feel) or the original and obviously lighter FOX air can with CTD Wheels, The very best you can get! Mavic Crossmax SX, UST and bombproof, they look truly amazing and are super stiff. The best wheels I have owned, in exceptional condition, 6 months old Formula TheOne brakes, 203mm rotors front and rear, recent pads, again super powerful brakes which are beautifully machined Easton havoc bar and stem combo Racface Turbine 2x cranks and BB, converted to 1x with a 34 tooth Raceface narrow wide chain ring. Easy to convert back to 2x but it climbs easy anyway! Chain never drops Rockshox Reverb stealth seat post 100mm drop (currently at Sram for warranty work, expected back any time) XT shadow 10 speed rear mech and XT shifter Fizik XM saddle Michelin Wild rock'r UST tyres The bike is stunning and gets plenty of mentions when you're out and about on it. It tackles anything like a DH bike, super plush and endless suspension. Comfortable and not too heavy. For me to have kept hold of a bike for this long really is a testament to how good the bike achieves everything. It looks the business too. Ideal for the upcoming Enduro season people! I am currently building a DH bike so I want something else for lighter duties. Any questions please ask

Jan 3, 2015 at 9:49
Jan 3, 2015
Dec 27, 2014 at 15:10
Dec 27, 2014
Evo360 SaracenBikes's article
Dec 20, 2014 at 7:20
Dec 20, 2014
Video: Reflections, Part Three - Make Your Own Luck
Actually ratboy won because I just couldn't be arsed racing this year. Does that mean he was lucky?
Dec 16, 2014 at 12:10
Dec 16, 2014
Aug 9, 2014 at 4:45
Aug 9, 2014

Trek remedy

$1000 GPB
Hi your looking at a really nice remedy bought by my brother with the intention of getting into mtb. He's stuck on his road bike so this is now surplus to requirements. The bike was bought about 8 weeks ago from a guy on pinkbike,a mechanic that works at the national cycle centre in Manchester. The bike itself has barely seen the dirt and the condition really reflects this. The spec is geared towards aggressive riding, with renthal bars and saint cranks. This bike would take a beating. The dh tyres and clutch rear mech really go towards making this bike feel like a bomber on the descents while making the uphill not unbearable. Condition is great and has barely been used as previously mentioned. A great all round bike that will tackle anything I'm front of it. A couple of marks here and there but by no means miss treated or abused. Frame and wheel bearings all good along with great feeling brakes Any questions please feel free to contact me

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Aug 9, 2014 at 4:36
Aug 9, 2014
Jul 26, 2014 at 9:47
Jul 26, 2014

Evil undead Medium!

$2500 GPB
Welcome to the sale of my almost new Evil undead. The frame is a 2014 with the new bearing system which was introduced not long ago. I built the bike up around a crash replacement frame straight from evil in June this year. I have ridden the bike about four times, revolution bike park, stiniog moel y cai and for two days in the alps. The frame pretty much looks brand new still. The forks are kashima 2013 fortys from another build, again these have had really minimal use, a couple of very very minor marks on the lowers but in pretty much spot on, stanchions are unmarked. Fox rc4 rear shock, freshly rebuilt New raceface seatpost Saint M820 cranks Saint guide and bash Chromag ring Thomson two piece stem Renthal bars at 780mm New deity lock ons Sun ringle jumping flea hubs on equaliser rims. Bombproof and pretty expensive too. Straight and true with new bearing in front wheel X9 mech and shifter Michelin wild dh tyres. Almost new I will throw in two sets of brakes. I am using elixir cr's at the moment which have been newly bled with recent pads. I also bought some saint m810's while my elixirs were getting serviced. The saints are old but operational but the rear needs a bleed/service. The bike needs nothing and is an absolute eye opener in terms of performance. I have a brand new set of Michelin wets I will throw in worth about £80 and I have various springs and pedal etc. Wonderful machine which is just not getting used and without much time on my hands it's gathering dust. I'll post uk or drop off reasonably locally but obviously get in touch and I can answer any questions you have

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