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Trying to bring Christianity into biking. Love every ride.
Jul 28, 2014 at 9:051 days
Offers asking me to ship will be ignored. Local sales only please. Hey, I have a beautiful 2010 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Elite for sale. It's a LARGE. I bought it not too long ago, as I'm a huge fan of Stumpjumpers, however, I've been racing enduro recently on my other all mountain bike, and I need to be training on the same bike I'll be racing on. I'm totally bummed to sell it, but I really could use the money instead. The bike is in good shape, with your typical cable rub and scratches from use, but no dents or cracks. The suspension has clean stanchions and doesn't leak any oil and it all functions properly. The wheels are also true (and set up tubeless) and the brakes have a solid bleed and work great! This bike is totally dialed and ready to ride. The only stock parts I'm aware of are the shifters and derailleurs, but who doesn't want XTR stuff? Here are some more detailed specs: Fork: Fox Talas 32 Shock: Fox Triad (The BEST shock ever made) Wheels: Easton EA XC90 (Set up tubeless) Brakes: Magura Marta SL (Almost $300 an end) Cranks: SRAM X9 (2x9 setup w/ Chris King bottom bracket) Chainguide and Bashguard: Gamut Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR Front Derailleur: Shimano SLX Shifters: Shimano SLX Bars and Stem: Specialized (Off of a newer Stumpy or Camber) Tires: Specialized Purgatory (front) and Ground Control (rear) Seatpost: Azonic Pin It (Brand New) Saddle: SDG Aliso (Brand New) Grips: Specialized Half Waffle Lock-on If interested or if you've got any questions, please call text or PM me. Thanks for looking!
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Jul 28, 2014 at 8:551 days
Mitch7Yeti mikekazimer's article
Jul 22, 2014 at 18:17Jul 22, 2014
FINISHED: Yeti Cycles - Ask Us Anything
By what it sounds like, the SB66 was a great selling bike. I love mine, so why discontinue it?
Jul 22, 2014 at 9:56Jul 22, 2014
Hey, I have a mint 2011 Transition Double for sale. It's a size regular. (Basically a medium) The bike hardly has any scratches on the frame, fork, and wheels and is totally ready to ride. It has been owned and maintained by a shop mechanic. The only "issue" is that fork has a slight 'click', and it doesn't really like to go to the full 140 travel, but the bike handles terribly past the 120 mode anyways, and feels much more balanced at 100, so it's really not an issue. The bike is pictured without a front brake, however one is included along with a spare Minion DHF tire. The fork has new lowers with a 15mm axle which greatly helps the stiffness. The drivetrain also has a custom 6 speed conversion that was originally based off of a 9 speed drivetrain. If you're looking for a totally dialed dirt jump or slopestyle bike, this is your ticket. Did I mention it only weighs 28.8 pounds all set to ride? I'm selling this for a buddy, so please don't PM me. Instead, call or text the phone number on the ad. Here's a full parts breakdown: Fork: Fox Talas w/ new lowers, 100mm, 15mm thru axle Brakes: Shimano XT w/ 160mm rotors Rear Shock: Fox RP23 80/100mm travel Front hub: Hope Pro 2 Rear hub: Specialized OEM Rims: Sun Ringle Equalizer 31 Spokes: DT Swiss double butted Bars: Sunline VOne OS Seatpost: Sunline VOne Stem: Specialized OEM 35mm Grips: Lock-on Crank: Truvative Stylo OCT Guide: MRP G2 Chainring: Raceface 32 tooth Cassette: Custom 6 speed, based off a 9 speed system (11-18 tooth) Shifter/Derailleur: SRAM X7 (9 speed) Tires: Maxxis Crossmark (front) Maxxis Aspen (rear) Headset: FSA Gravity Series Pedals: Specialized LoPro Mags Saddle: Specialized If you're not buying local, you can calculate the shipping cost using the zip code 80909 with a 75x28x56 inch box that weighs 41 pounds. Thanks for looking!
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Jul 22, 2014 at 8:54Jul 22, 2014
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Jul 22, 2014 at 8:34Jul 22, 2014
Mitch7Yeti pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 22, 2014 at 7:45Jul 22, 2014
Ask Pinkbike - Shimano XTR Brake Tips, One-By Chainring Choices and the Wrong Slopestyle Bike
I think unless you really need the complete gear range of an 11 speed drivetrain, a ghetto 1x11 (a 1x10) works just fine when you throw on a 40 or 42 tooth expander cog. Hasn't failed me yet.
Jul 16, 2014 at 7:50Jul 16, 2014
I will NOT ship the bike, so please don't ask me to. Hey, I have a 100% custom Specialized Status size LARGE for sale. I built this bike up over the winter with personally hand picked parts. It's a total park and downhill shredder, but it needs a rider, as I just finished the bike to realize I don't ride DH as much thanks to Enduro, so I only need to keep one of my downhill bikes, and I've got more invested in this one, so it's gotta go to someone who'll ride it. Most of the bike is brand new, aside from the frame and shock (2 seasons, but mint condition) and the fork and wheels (used very rarely on other bikes). When you buy this, you're essentially getting a new bike, both cosmetically and mechanically. The frame has a couple very small paint chips and some very very light shoe rub on the rear seatstays. Other than that it's perfect. No dents, dings, or cracks. The downtube has always had a clear protective film, and I have included a photo of the top tube to help show the great condition. The fork stanchions are clean, the wheels are completely true with absolutely no dents or hops, and the frame bearings are smooth and have no play, slop, or grinding feeling. Also, the rear wheel was just hand built with brand new spokes on a new Shimano SLX hub, as these wheels didn't have the right size rear hub originally. Having the rear wheel hand built will greatly help it hold its shape better than a stock build. (And who doesn't want a more durable rear DH wheel eh?) When I cut the steerer tube I left some room on it in case you want to adjust the height to your liking. If you'd like it cut, I can do that too. Oh yeah, and did I mention it only weighs ~36.5 pounds? The bike is essentially new and is ready for a new owner! Here's some more detailed specs: Frame: 2012 Specialized Status II Size Large Fork: Rockshox Lyrik (Almost new, has brand new lowers, seals, and oil) Shock: Marzocchi Roco World Cup Wheels: Specialized Roval DH (New Shimano SLX rear hub w/ much better engagement) Brakes: Avid Code's (Brand New) (NOT the cheaper Code R's) Cranks: Race Face Chester (Brand New) Chainguide: MRP G2SL (Brand New) Rear Derailleur: SRAM XO (Brand New) Shifter: SRAM XO (Brand New) (So smooth and crisp, w/ new cable and housing) Bars: SMAC Innovations (Brand New) Stem: Azonic Barretta II (Brand New) Cassette: SRAM PG-1070 (Chain and cassette aren't brand new, but are like new) Chain: SRAM PC-1091 Tires: Schwalbe Big Betty (Rear) and Schwalbe Muddy Mary (Front) (Like New) Grips: ODI Ruffian Style Lock-On (Brand New) Seatpost: Race Face Chester (Brand New) Saddle: SDG Aliso (Brand New) Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions. Thanks for looking!
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Jul 16, 2014 at 7:01Jul 16, 2014
Jul 2, 2014 at 7:58Jul 2, 2014
Local Pickup ONLY! Hey, I've got a 2011 Fox Float 36 RLC FIT fork for sale. I was going to put it on a project, but it never came together, so it's time to sell. Here are the specs: -160mm of travel -Good shape, clean stanchions -Minor wear on lowers, most notably on the rear right lower (pictured) -9 1/4" long tapered steerer tube -20mm through axle -$400 Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions! Thanks for looking!
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