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Mont Blanc 2 bike roof rack, very little use, as bought for a car with roof rails, which we didn't have for long. Simple to attach to car, wheels go in the plastic troughs (2.5" tyres fit), are secured by ratchet straps, and the central bar attaches to the downtube via rubber jaws (no scratched paintwork). Both the downtube attachments and the fixings to the car can be locked (key operated), so you can go to the pub/shop etc after riding without your ride getting nicked. Can deliver locally, but would prefer buyer to collect. Cheers!
Nov 5, 2013 at 7:32Nov 5, 2013
2006 Cannondale Gemini frame, size medium, camouflage paint job, handmade in USA, beautiful finishing and welds. Mainly xc use due to living near to the Yorkshire moors when it was my primary bike. 150mm or 170mm shock mount options, 'Thru 12' 135x12 rear axle with ovalised end to add stiffness. 1.5 headtube, currently with 1 1/8 reducer cups, 68/73mm BB width. Comes with Manitou metel R shock with 350lbs spring, as well as QR seat tube collar. Some cosmetic damage, mostly from the one uplift it ever did, at the infamous Caersws Cup tractor and trailer affair, but overall very good condition. Price is negotiable, please get in touch.
Nov 5, 2013 at 5:21Nov 5, 2013
Another piece of downhill radness, from when men were men and Kovarik smoked the pro field at Fort Bill so hard you could have legitimately called Peaty and Rennie squids. That dude owned them, and he did it on Dorados. 2004 MRD Manitou Dorado forks with the TPC damping system. 180mm of insanely plush travel. Carbon fibre uppers, 20mm bolt-thru axle with hexagonal ends to add stiffness, fully length-adjustable direct-mount stem, with optional spacer to raise bar height. These things are pretty bloody light, even now. Yes they flex, but go and watch Cedric Gracia in NWD 5 and see if he gives a f--k. Answer: He does not. Neither did Kovarik, and he is strong enough to use a pneumatic drill to clean his teeth. There are obviously some blemishes here and there, and the price is largely conjecture, but look at the pics and tell me you don't want them. I rest my case.
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20mm bolt through axle, bladed spokes, fully sealed tubeless-ready AM wheel. 800g approx. weight, 23mm internal width. Very little use as I prefer ZTR flows on the front. The QR axle rear wheel saw about 30,000m of rocky climbing and descending in Switzerland during the summer, and I never had to tighten one spoke (this one was left at home). http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/category/components/wheel-sets/product/review-wtb-stryker-tcs-all-mountain-wheelset-11-45098/ http://www.bikerumor.com/2010/07/09/new-wtb-stryker-wheels-all-mountain-and-cross-country-hoops-for-26-and-29ers/ Mark Weir raced these at Downieville, and then the Enduro world cup. £700 rrp for the set; £125 for the front is a bargain! Rotor available at extra cost.