Mitch7Yeti

  • Member since Jan 15, 2012
  • 21 Followers
  • Monument , Colorado
  • Male / 17

Trying to bring Christianity into biking. Love every ride.

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Jul 16, 2014 at 7:50
Jul 16, 2014

Completely Custom Specialized Status w/ New Upgrades

$2800 USD
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 7:01
Jul 16, 2014
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Jul 2, 2014 at 7:58
Jul 2, 2014

Fox Float 36 RLC FIT 160mm Fork

$400 USD
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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Jul 2, 2014 at 7:53
Jul 2, 2014
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Jun 27, 2014
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Jun 23, 2014 at 10:48
Jun 23, 2014

Specialized S-Works Epic- Completely Re-Done w/ XX1

$4250 USD
I will NOT ship. Local pickup only with cash please. Hey, I have a total dream bike for sale. It's a Specialized S-Works Epic size medium. Now, full disclosure, the original owner of the bike was injured when he was hit by a car riding this bike, and the bike suffered some damage to. It included a crack in the rear triangle, a bent front wheel, and a chip out of the bottom of the hollow fork lowers (which, if you know Rockshox forks, doesn't house any internals, and was only replaced under caution.) However, when I bought this bike, I took it to Bike Source in Denver to have them check over the front triangle and fork, and they were deemed to be PERFECT (minus the chip in the lowers, once again, replaced.) So I took it to my local shop, Criterium, and had them begin the process of getting all of the parts replaced. Instead of just replacing what needed to be replaced, I went a step further and replaced just about every moving part on the bike. Here's the list of everything that was done to it (all is brand new): -Completely replaced Rear Triangle -Brand new Stan's NoTubes ZTR Crest wheel hand built onto a Hope Pro 2 Evo Hub -Every bearing on the bike replaced -New shock hardware -New bottom bracket -New XX1 Chain -New brake pads -New fork lowers, seals, and oil -New Kenda Small Block 8 front tire (set up tubeless) -New Rockshox Maxle (When I replaced the lowers, I decided to go to a 15mm thru-axle) When it comes to condition, you won't find a nicer S-Works Epic out there. Basically half of the bike is completely brand new. The wheels spin good and true, the fork is freshly serviced w/ new lowers that match the rear triangle, and the stanchions are clean. The SRAM XX1 drivetrain was added shortly before the bike was in the accident, and as you can see by the photos, is essentially brand new. (Chain was replaced because I wasn't given a chain) Also, aside from upgrading the bike from a 2x10 to 1x11 I fixed the only other weakness the bike had, which is the 9mm QR front axle. When I swapped the fork lowers, I decided to go to a 15mm through axle to give the front end more stiffness. It weighs 21 pounds on the nose, sans pedals. Here are the rest of the specs: Fork: Rockshox Reba w/ Brain and carbon crown Shock: Fox w/ Brain Rear Wheel: Specialized Roval Carbon (tubeless) Drivetrain: Complete SRAM XX1 Brakes: Avid XX Rear Tire: Kenda Small Block 8 Handlebar: Specialized S-Works Carbon Seatpost: Specialized S-Works Carbon Saddle: Specialized Phenom Expert w/ Ti rails Stem: Syntace F109 I'm only selling it because it's just too small for me. (After all that work, huh?) If you have any questions or are interested, feel free to call, text, or PM me. Thanks for looking!

Selling
Jun 23, 2014 at 8:24
Jun 23, 2014

Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp w/ Brand New Upgrades

$1200 USD
I don't ship. Local pickup ONLY. Hey, I have a really sweet 2007 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp for sale. This is the ultimate bike for all of our front range trails, and has multiple recently added (brand new) upgrades. The bike is in great shape with no dents or cracks in the frame, the wheels are true and the stanchions of the fork and shock are clean. The bike has a couple minor paint chips, and a little rub that you’d expect for a mountain bike. The worst of it (pictured) is on the drive side down tube that came from another bike while on a bike rack. This bike is equipped with the Fox Triad shock, which has the standard pro-pedal and open settings, but also adds in a complete lock-out which makes it climb like a hardtail. It’s by far my favorite shock ever, and I own Fox’s newest shocks that can’t seem to match the performance. It will come with a fresh tune, and the brakes have a perfect bleed. Many of the brand new upgrades came off of a new Specialized Camber, and are indicated by an *. All of the updated cockpit parts make the bike ride 100 times better. Here’s a list of the brand new parts: Specialized stem* (90mm) Specialized bars* (750mm wide) Specialized half-waffle lock on grips* Specialized seat post* (Single bolt style) SDG Aliso Saddle Specialized Ground Control front tire Here are the rest of the parts: Fork: Fox Float 120 RL Shock: Fox Triad Wheelset: DT Swiss X430 Brakes: Avid Juicy 5 (200mm rotor front, 185mm rear) Cranks: Truvativ Stylo Rear Derailleur: SRAM X9 Front Derailleur: Shimano LX Shifters: SRAM X7 Rear Tire: Specialized Renegade If you have any questions or are interested, please call, text, or PM me. Thanks for looking!

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Jun 22, 2014 at 20:24
Jun 22, 2014
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Jun 22, 2014 at 18:05
Jun 22, 2014
Mitch7Yeti mikelevy's article
Jun 14, 2014 at 21:37
Jun 14, 2014
Trek's 2015 Remedy 29 Carbon
It's like 142 was too narrow and 150 was just too wide. For me I'll stick with my 135 too.
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