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Aug 14, 2016 at 9:54Aug 14, 2016
Hey Pinkbike, unfortunately it's time to sell my beloved Stumpjumper FSR Evo 29er. It's a size large. I've loved this bike and it has served me so well, but I'm now riding as an ambassador for a new company. This bike was never abused and has always been meticulously cared for. If you don't recognize the paint, it's because this is the frame only option for it's model year. I can hardly even find a photo of it online, so this isn't your standard Stumpjumper! I bought this bike from a mechanic at my LBS and then promptly tore it apart and built it up custom myself. This thing was built to be a Swiss Army knife and it really succeed. With 150mm of travel up front and 135mm in the rear, it tackles absolutely ending ahead of it. Overall, this bike is in very good condition. There are no dents, cracks, or major scratches. Just some normal rock chipping and light scratches (which I tried to picture). The only thing I could think to mention is a small scratch in the stanchion of the shock. I just happened to tip over on the trail once and the shock tapped a rock. It doesn't appear to be affecting the seals and the oil on the stanchion is nothing more than normal, and it feels as good as it did from day 1. Also, the shock has been PUSH'd with a Big Hit kit and really feels amazing. Here's a parts breakdown: Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 150mm (Feels amazing) Shock: Fox Float Kashima w/ Autosag (PUSH'd with Big Hit kit) Wheels: Stans Flow EX (Nice and True) Brakes: Shimano XT Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF EXO TR (Tubeless, still have some life left) Crankset: Shimano XTR Chainring: Race Face NW 32T Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR Shifter: Shimano XT Cassette: Shimano XT Cassette Expander: Hope T-Rex 40T (Gives a 11-40 range) Chain: KMC X10-SL Seat Post: Specialized Command Post 125mm (Needs to be hooked up, I misplaced the cable and housing, but the lever is installed.) Saddle: Specialized Henge (Brand New) Handlebar: Niner Flat Top (5mm rise keeps front end down on climbs, 780mm wide, Brand New) Stem: Race Face Ride (70mm, Brand New) Grips: Specialized Half Waffle Service History: (Last ridden in October 2015, bought in October 2014, so ridden 1 year) Fork Rebuild: 7-26-15 Last Shock Rebuild: 8-12-15 Front Brake Pads: 8-12-15 Rear Brake Pads: 10-4-15 Brake Bleed: 8-12-15 (Has been sitting so could be done again) If I've left anything out, let me know and I'll get that info to you. Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions. I'm happy to answer anything you may have, but please don't ask if it's still available and then not respond after that. If the ad is up, the bike is still for sale. Serious questions or buyers only please. The buyer is responsible for shipping and PayPal fees, which usually run about $150 or so for a bike this big. Let me know if I can help with anything. Thanks for looking!
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Aug 14, 2016 at 8:48Aug 14, 2016
Jul 25, 2016 at 10:30Jul 25, 2016
Hey, I have a beautiful 2011 Ellsworth Dare size “long” for sale. These bikes came in short and long sizes, so this is essentially a medium/large. It’s in great shape and has no dents, cracks, or large scratches. Only some small scratches and minor wear expected with a used mountain bike. The wheels spin smooth and just as true as you could expect used DH wheels to. They have no big hops or dents or anything. The only think to mention condition wise is a very minor scratch on the left fork stanchion (pictured), but is so minor that it shouldn’t cause any issues, and the seals are tight and don’t leak. Overall, it’s a beautiful bike with a top-notch build that just needs a new rider and your favorite set of pedals! It even has brand new pulley wheels in the derailleur! Here’s a detailed parts breakdown: Fork: Fox 40 w/ Kashima Stanchions Shock: Fox RC4 Kashima Wheels: Loaded AMX Tires: Kenda Nevegal Brakes: Avid Code R Crankset: Truvativ Descendant Chainguide: E*13 SRS+ Rear Derailleur: SRAM X9 (Brand New Pulley Wheels) Shifter: SRAM X9 Cassette: SRAM PG-1070 Bars: Loaded AMX Stem: Loaded AMX Saddle: WTB Rocket V w/ Ellsworth Logo Seat Post: Loaded AMX Seat Post Clamp: Ellsworth Grips: Lizard Skins If I've left anything out, let me know and I'll get that info to you. Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions. I'm happy to answer anything you may have, but please don't ask if it's still available and then not respond after that. If the ad is up, the bike is still for sale. Serious questions or buyers only please. The buyer is responsible for shipping and PayPal fees, which usually run about $150 or so for a bike this big. Let me know if I can help with anything. Thanks for looking!
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Jul 25, 2016 at 9:38Jul 25, 2016
Mitch7Yeti jeremyhottingerf's article
Jul 18, 2016 at 18:56Jul 18, 2016
Utah Style - Video
I got to briefly chat with and watch this guy ride at Valmont, what an awesome dude! Best of luck!
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Jul 9, 2016 at 12:05Jul 9, 2016
Jul 8, 2016 at 12:58Jul 8, 2016
Hey there Pinkbike, I have a beautiful Intense Tracer 275C frame for sale! It's a size large. I'm only selling it because the company that I'm a product ambassador for just came out with their carbon AM bike, so I'm switching frames.This bike has been so good to me, and it is definitely the most versatile frame I've ever ridden to date. The 66.5 degree HTA means it rips the downhills without making you feel too slacked out on the climbs! Add on the fact that the frame and shock only weigh 6.5lbs, and you have a true do-it-all bike. The frame is in remarkable shape, as you can see in the photos. The only small points of wear I can think of are pictured and include: the inside of the rear triangle near the dropout from chain slap, the inside of the rear triangle near the BB from debris being caught by the tire, and one super tiny chip in the top tube (with my finger in the photo for size reference. Just take a look through all the photos and you'll see just how clean this bike truly is! I was so picky about keeping it scratch free that I even added a Lizard Skins downtube guard to the upper part of the downtube to protect it from any rocks the lower factory one may miss, along with rub protection from my tailgate pad. Here's a basic spec breakdown: Large Frame For 27.5" Wheels Tapered Head Tube PF92 Bottom Bracket 31.6mm Seat Tube Stealth Dropper Routing ISCG-05 Mounts Built-in Downtube and Chainstay Guard And here's what is included in the deal: Frame Rockshox Monarch Plus (w/ custom decals to match the frame) Cane Creek Forty Headset (w/ crown race) Rear Axle Intense Seat Post Clamp The seat post pictured is not included. If I've left anything out, let me know and I'll get that info to you. Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions. I'm happy to answer anything you may have, but please don't ask if it's still available and then not respond after that. If the ad is up, the bike is still for sale. NO LOW BALLERS- I'm looking to sell but am not desperate. Serious questions or buyers only please. The buyer is responsible for shipping and PayPal fees, which usually run about $100 fully insured depending on your location. Let me know if I can help with anything. Thanks for looking!
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Jul 8, 2016 at 12:51Jul 8, 2016
Mitch7Yeti mikekazimer's article
Jun 23, 2016 at 21:15Jun 23, 2016
Ridden and Rated - Five Trail Knee Guards
They missed Leatt's new Airflex Pro's. I just got a pair and they are unbelievable. Definitely reccomended!
Mitch7Yeti mikekazimer's article
Jun 22, 2016 at 21:10Jun 22, 2016
e*thirteen TRS+ Cassette - Review
It's a real bummer it doesn't live up to SRAM cassettes, I liked the extra-expanded 11 speed concept when this first came out. I just can't see myself sacrificing the performance and taking the risk of creaking for a wider gear range.
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