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May 12, 2014 at 9:03
May 12, 2014

Pure Ti XL Race BMX

$550 GPB
Hi all The time has come for me to sell my race bmx. Moving aboard means I will no longer be able to use it and its a waste sat doing nothing. The spec; Pure Titanium Frame. It is size XL. As you can you can see in the photos there are absolutely no dents or cracks in the frame just a few small scratches which is to be expected of a used bike. The frame has the serial number PXL005 which gives a clue as to how few there are. You will also be able to see where team rider Dan McBride inscribed his name next to the serial number. After he had an upgrade I bought this frame directly frrom Pure. The wheels are Sun Ringle Envy Rims laced onto Anodized purple Profile mini hubs. Rolling speed is incredable. These were custom built to be super strong and lightweight and havent seen alot of use since. I never really got to ride the bike as much as I wanted. Maxxis D-T-H Race Tyres - Loads of life left in them. Sinz BMX Race Forks. Xtr Brake and lever, some scuff marks to the lever and handle bars beneath. Coalitation Bars fixed to a Superstar stem. FSA Headset - works perfectly, lovely and smooth running. BlueLabel Lockon Grips. Felt seat - which has a rip in it. (Can be seen in the photos) Sinz seatpost - has been cut down slightly to save weight but still plenty left on it to be safe. Sinz 180mm Race Cranks. There are no pedals on the bike. It will come as it is seen in the photos. There will also be a Renthal 44T Chain Ring I will throw in with the bike if I get the right price. I cant begin to describe how much I dont want to sell this bike. It cost me alot to build and its my prized possesion but as I said before moving abroad forces sale. I am open to sensible offers. Dont want any trades thanks. The bike is currently located near Crewe - Cheshire. There may be a chance of transporting it to Devon within the next fortnight but for this to happen I would have to be 100% that it is sold and a deposit would be required before I move it. I am happy to package to bike up should you wish to organise your own postage. Feel free to ask me any questions you may have about the bike. Extra photos can be arranged if required. Adam

Added 13 photos to For-Sale
May 12, 2014 at 8:37
May 12, 2014
cheets cheets's photo
Apr 30, 2014 at 9:38
Apr 30, 2014
I bought them off you! After the first set.

Added 4 photos to For-Sale
Apr 29, 2014 at 11:37
Apr 29, 2014
cheets chazdog's photo
Sep 22, 2013 at 14:56
Sep 22, 2013
Looks like its crossed with a schnauzer. Bike just as cool. I got a triple for sale. Triumph t509 speed triple :)

cheets speedkills's photo
Jul 24, 2013 at 5:33
Jul 24, 2013
Swap for a packet of half uses fruit pastiles and a composite spoon?

cheets chazdog's photo
Mar 10, 2013 at 1:57
Mar 10, 2013
Smexy, im just waiting for the weather to sort its f*cking act out so i can ride mine :)

cheets mikekazimer's article
Jan 8, 2013 at 3:06
Jan 8, 2013
Pinkbike's Burning Question - Should You Support Your Local Bike Shop or Buy Online?
Its a healthy balance between both. Not all of us can afford to buy the more expensive items from the LBS as you can achieve better prices online. However for cheap items, such as grips, chains, little things does it hurt to spend a couple of extra quid if that to support a local community. I know my main Local shop has a fair role to play in helping to keep trails alive, plus the guys that work there a legends. You may also find the more times you visit youre local shop the more the staff will get to know you, and I personally have managed to get myself a nice chunk of discount from knowing the guys that run it. Plus if the parts you need are in stock you get it there and then which has saved my skin more than a few times now. Any decent bike shop will be massively grateful for the business you do give them and the fact I know im helping the keep biking enthusiasts in a job so they can afford to do the sport we all love so much, i dont mind spending a couple of extra quid. And finally i have struggled in the past to weigh up the many options for parts available online, there is too many parts and each items description is purely from the manufacturers that dont have a bad thing to say about their parts. Once you have got to know youre shops staff a little bit they will be in a much better place to help balance the pro's and con's to make that all important decision. Dont be stingy and help people a little!
cheets IanHylands's article
Nov 24, 2012 at 9:50
Nov 24, 2012
Sequence Saturday 40
Dammit, I watched this so many time I forgot my spuds were on the boil. Remember kids always protection your hob else it gets messy!!
cheets cheets's photo
Mar 21, 2012 at 18:54
Mar 21, 2012
Cheers man, thought it would add a nice touch and i havent seen anyone else do it so meh. Im happy with it, or at least will be when its on the car.

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