Added 6 photos to Guide-R-Brakes
Jan 31, 2016 at 9:47Jan 31, 2016
Jan 31, 2016 at 9:46Jan 31, 2016
Up for sale is a set (left/right) of SRAM Guide R Hydraulic MTB brakes. The brakes are professionally bled and cut for the length of a size large 29" MTB. They have tooless reach adjust. The brakes are in great condition and have some minor scratches from normal use. They have a cumulative 300 miles or so on them, plenty of life left. They're great brakes, absolutely nothing wrong with them (I like that they don't squeal) but I wanted to upgrade to some higher-end offerings. Included are 180mm and 160mm 6 bolt SRAM / Avid HS1 rotors. Rotor and caliper mounting bolts included, but no brake adaptors are included. I can ship as well for low cost, please contact me for details. No trades, no lowballs please.
Added 1 photo to KS-LEV-Seatpost
Jul 12, 2015 at 23:12Jul 12, 2015
Jul 12, 2015 at 23:12Jul 12, 2015
Up for sale is a 150mm 30.9 Kindshock LEV-DX remote dropper seatpost. It includes the remote and cable. There are some normal scuffs from installation, but otherwise the post and is undamaged and works beautifully. It was only on my bike for about 3 months, until I decided it was overkill for my uses. Price is $250 firm.
Added 8 photos to Podium-7
Jul 12, 2015 at 22:28Jul 12, 2015
Jul 12, 2015 at 22:22Jul 12, 2015
First off... this bike is awesome! It's one of the best-handling, best-riding carbon frames I've ridden. The only reason I'm selling it is because I got a custom road bike. This bike has been assembled, ridden and maintained by a professional bike mechanic. The bike runs smooth, shifts and brakes well with Ultegra 6700 components and doesn't creak under load. Wheels are true and have no dents. Tires have about 700 miles on them. The Podium 7 is Diamondback's top-end (read: Pro-level) road racing frame. It was one of the nicest road bikes on the market when it came out and it still is, in my opinion. The frame has gotten its fair share of love, but is still in great condition with some minor natural imperfections in the paint. There is some tire rub on the paint inside the chainstays and fork, basically impossible to see. There is some chain rub on the clearcoat from a dropped chain (pretty invisible behind the crank). Otherwise, there are no cracks, chips or other weirdness going on structurally. The bike still looks great. The frame size is a 54cm, with the steerer pre-slammed. The recommended rider height for this frame would be anywhere from 5'6 to 5'10" depending on your flexibility. I am 5'10" and it fit me well in a racy position. As shown it hits the scales at 15.5ish lbs... more than light enough for anyone out there. It's right around 16lbs with pedals installed. With a really nice build kit and wheels you could easily push the 13lb barrier with this bike. The frame is ridiculously light and rides very comfortably. Grab it 'cause it's a steal at this price. Frameset: 2013 Diamondback Podium 7 Shifters: Shimano Ultegra 6700 10 speed Brakes: Shimano Ultegra 6700 Derailleurs: Shimano Ultegra 6700 Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 12-25 Chain: Shimano HG54 Crankset: FSA Team Carbon 170mm, with Shimano 105 50/34 rings, BSA threaded BB adaptor for PF30 Cables: Jagwire / Shimano SP-41 Wheels: Easton EA70 (11-speed compatible) Tires: Continental GP4000s II 25mm Saddle: Prologo Carbon Nack Seatpost: DB Carbon Stem: DB Alloy 90mm Handlebars: Bontrager Race 42mm Price is $1199 for Pinkbike peeps (listed at 1500 on regular craigslist) Feel free to shoot me any offers via text or email. I can ship professionally within USA, contact me for details. Cheers, Aaron
Added 7 photos to Fox-Fork
Jun 3, 2015 at 22:55Jun 3, 2015
Jun 3, 2015 at 22:51Jun 3, 2015
Up for sale is a 150mm Fox 32 Evolution CTD fork for 27.5", tapered steerer. This would be perfect for someone on a longer-travel 27.5" bike. The fork is used, but in great working condition. I'm selling it because it was too long for the types of trails I ride. There are a few paint scuffs on the crown (mostly from cable rub), but the stancions and seals are in perfect condition. Decals have been removed but can be easily purchased. Has been serviced professionally 30 ride-hours ago and all functions including rebound and compression (CTD) work great. Steerer has been cut to 183mm and a Cane Creek 40 crown race is installed, as well as a star nut. Thank you!
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Jan 1, 2015 at 14:49Jan 1, 2015
Opinion: 5 New Year's Resolutions for Mountain Bikers
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Added 8 photos to Mr-Pink
Nov 11, 2013 at 15:57Nov 11, 2013