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Intense M9

$2200 USD
2011 Intense M9 FRO. Accident means it's time to sell. Here are the specs: Size Large VPP Dual-Link Suspension (8.5 to 9.5 inches of adjustable travel) Highly Adjustable: Head angle, travel, ride height, spring rate, bottom bracket height, & wheel base Fox 40 with 2014 lowers Cane Creek Double Barrel with Titanium Spring Shimano Saint Brakes with Shimano Ice Rotors Straitline 40 mm stem with Renthal Fatbar (780mm) Cane Creek Adjustable Headset (all angle cups included) Thompson Seat Post & SDG Fly Titanium Seat Saint Cranks with MRP G-2 Chain Guide SRAM X9 Derailer & X9 Shifter Mavi DeeMax Wheelset (150/12 mm through-axle) NukeProof special edition flats included The nose of the seat is a bit bent downwards. Close ups of dents in the down tube (from previous owner) - no cracks in any welds. Shipping is negotiable.

MontanaRider JayProvinsMedia's article
Oct 10, 2015 at 10:51
Oct 10, 2015
Video: The Evil Following - My Ride, Britney White
A word of advice from my personal experience at Big Sky. Your experience may differ. They don't always keep up on trail maintenance. It's pretty much a skeleton crew that does everything (lift operations, maintenance, bike shop repairs/rentals..). I've ridden there multiple times and this summer will be my last. The trail called "Elbow" didn't have any type of transition to the service road and on my first time hitting it, went straight into a drainage ditch. Wound up with a grade 3 AC separation in my right shoulder and get surgery next week for a labral tear in my left. I've been unable to ride since July. Not trying to knock Big Sky, but make sure you really inspect the trails on your first run. From what I've seen, Discovery does a great job on their trails - to me, that's worth the extra drive time when I heal up in ~6 - 8 months...
MontanaRider MontanaRider's video
Oct 1, 2015 at 18:06
Oct 1, 2015
No way, I'm really sorry to hear that! Hope you heal up soon!! Do you ride Trestle a lot or were you just there visiting? I've been there once and Rain Maker was one of my favorite trails by far.

MontanaRider MontanaRider's video
Jul 31, 2015 at 10:25
Jul 31, 2015
Yeah, I maybe should have edited that a bit :/ i cut the rest of the video but it was more of the same. Luckily, two employees found me and hauled me down in the back of their truck! Thanks for the vibes!

MontanaRider MontanaRider's video
Jul 29, 2015 at 17:47
Jul 29, 2015
Thanks dude, I appreciate it! I'll be back at hopefully in time for a bit of riding before winter. Sometimes it's the smallest wipe-outs that take the biggest tolls.

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