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Bronson Carbon

$4200 USD
I'm selling my Bronson Carbon X01 build that I've had for 8 months. It is in great shape, I'm selling it to get a 29er. It is in immaculate condition, and just had a friend service it. Specs: Fork- Fox 34 Talas Kashima (150mm or 130mm setting with CTD modes) Shock- Fox Float CTD Kashima with CTD modes Brakes- Shimano xt with heat shedding fins and ICE Tech rotors Hubs: Dt Swiss 350 hubs Rims: WTB Frequency Team, front width is 25mm and rear is 23mm Tires: Maxxis High Roller II (tubeless) Drivetrain: SRAM x01 all around (Best drivetrain I've ever ridden on for sure) Bars: Easton Havoc 740mm

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Mar 29, 2015 at 15:19
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Fat in the Falls
I think you got them beat.
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Mar 16, 2015 at 12:42
Mar 16, 2015
haha I try

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MCMbiker mikelevy's article
Feb 25, 2015 at 21:23
Feb 25, 2015
Opinion: Memorable Rides
Me and a couple buddies decide to go on a ride. 60 degrees at the base of the mountain, tshirt and shorts, no camelback. 5000ft of climbing later, we are at the top of Mt. Wilson, which is covered in snow, with wind at about tshirts and shorts with no food and only our water bottles. One buddy is so cold he can't talk, and his arms seize up, none of us can really function correctly though. Luckily, we saw a group of guys hiking, equally as cold and unprepared as us. I call them over and we all huddle up, we do a couple motivational chants "We will make it down!", "We are warm!" We now leave our newly made friends and attempt to ride down Mt. Wilson, a gnarly, rock-laden single track winding alongside a cliff. Slowly, with frozen hands, we make our way down the snowy, icy, rocky trail. Towards the bottom, the weather got a bit warmer and we felt a bit better. By the time we got back to the car we were all stoked over the ride. We survived and I never regret that ride!
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