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Sep 20, 2014 at 16:19
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Specialized Enduro 29 with full XO

$3000 CAD
Hey! Well, it's end of the season, and I'm looking to sell my 2014 Specialized Enduro 29er. It is the Comp frame (aluminium, black/blue), and is spec'd as follows with some significant upgrades: Frame: Medium Specialized Enduro 29er, aluminium w/ Fox CTD rear shock, 155mm travel, 12x142 rear axle Fork: Rock Shox Pike RC Drivetrain: Full SRAM XO 1x10 with 40T one-up cog, and 30T front narrow-wide ring (have extra 32t non-narrow-wide as well) Cranks: E13 TRS+ Enduro cranks, PF30 (comes with BB30 BB as well) --> very light, very stiff cranks Brakes: SRAM XO Trail Wheels: Roval Traverse with tubeless Tires: Specialized 2.3 butcher/purgatory Handlebar: Easton Havoc carbon Seatpost: Specialized Command post IR, 125mm (internal/stealth routing!!!) All parts are in amazing shape, as is the frame. Wheels are nice and true, and suspension is tuned. Bike (including all parts) only has about 3 months of riding on it, all in dry conditions, and no pressure washing. Asking $3000 for the bike. Can deliver/meet anywhere in the Revelstoke/Kelowna to lower mainland corridor. Experience one of the best riding AM bikes... period. Pics coming tonight. Thanks! -Mike

bigmike9699 laurenjenkins's article
Sep 20, 2014 at 6:54
18 hours
Results: Kamikaze Bike Games - Kamikaze Downhill Race
Dude, don't be an a$$hole. He was just stating how he defines a legend for himself... and you did the exact same thing just using different defining characteristics. Go ride your bike...
bigmike9699 mikelevy's article
Sep 12, 2014 at 6:47
Sep 12, 2014
Norco, e*thirteen, Fouriers - Interbike 2014
The aluminium Range's have a great track record so far. Realistically, you'd want to get into a bike that's a built overbuilt for it's intended travel category. The Banshee Rune is the first one that comes to mind (ride awesome and are built/designed quite strong), as well as one of the Knolly's. Those would be the two places I would look first. Dollar wise, the Rune is going to come in significantly cheaper than a Knolly. Banshee is pseudo-Canadian, and the Knolly is fully Canadian (if that matters to you).
bigmike9699 mikelevy's article
Sep 11, 2014 at 18:59
Sep 11, 2014
Norco, e*thirteen, Fouriers - Interbike 2014
well of the 8 people I know on Range Carbons, all are cracked. And from those 8, a few are very closely affiliated with Norco who are confirming the issue. Don't be sad if you bought a Range and have a cracked frame... you'll just get a warranty replacement. No big deal. But, if you bought one used... and it's cracked. Then I feel bad for you. That's the risk of buying a first generation bike... especially from a company's first foray into carbon mtn bikes. As I said, the Ranges and Sights ride amazingly well. I've got no beef with Norco. I loved my Sight Killer B when I had one (except for the 4 times I had to have the frame replaced because of manufacturer defects in the rear triangle), I'd just wish their QC was a bit better. There aren't many companies that can have the QC issues Norco has had over the last few years and still have a strong client base. Needless to say, I am sure they saved themselves by riding the 650B bandwagon from the start... had it not been for that, I am sure we would have seen Norco drop off significantly.
bigmike9699 mikelevy's article
Sep 11, 2014 at 12:10
Sep 11, 2014
Norco, e*thirteen, Fouriers - Interbike 2014
I prefer armchair world cup DH racers, who not only are armchair experts on bicycle tech, and what will and will not make you faster, but are also experts on line choice, criticising actual WC DH racers on their line choice...
bigmike9699 mikelevy's article
Sep 11, 2014 at 6:20
Sep 11, 2014
Norco, e*thirteen, Fouriers - Interbike 2014
No, WAKI is right... they will explode... literally, by the way of cracking the frame... at least the 2014s did. The 2015s are more enduro proof I am sure... which will gain you enduro points at races, because riding with a cracked frame at an enduro race? That's like negative 1 million enduro points.
bigmike9699 mikelevy's article
Sep 10, 2014 at 21:34
Sep 10, 2014
Norco, e*thirteen, Fouriers - Interbike 2014
And they ride amazing... as do the Sights (which are trail/AM).
bigmike9699 mikelevy's article
Sep 10, 2014 at 21:29
Sep 10, 2014
bigmike9699 mikelevy's article
Sep 10, 2014 at 21:20
Sep 10, 2014
Norco, e*thirteen, Fouriers - Interbike 2014
A come back from when? 2014? When they had a near 100% failure rate on their Range Carbon frames..??.. Only time will tell... Shame their stuff rides so well...
bigmike9699 davetrump's article
Aug 30, 2014 at 7:09
Aug 30, 2014
The Odd World of Eurobike in 69 Photos
Haha, I know, I was just jabbing. It would only take a roadie who also mountain bikes to appreciate the euro velomati rules that would be scored just from the products shown in this article...
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