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- Boone , North Carolina
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Apr 30, 2013 at 15:33Apr 30, 2013
Apr 30, 2013 at 15:32Apr 30, 2013
I have an excellent condition 2010 Niner AIR9 scandium bike for sale. I just built it up about 2 weeks ago and it is by far the best bike I've had. School and other things are forcing me to sell it. I have over $2300 in it so the $1600 I am asking is a steal. You can't find a GOOD 29er race bike anywhere for this price. Most of the parts are practically brand new and have 100miles or less on them. The bars, stem, tires, and chain are all brand new, less than 50 miles on them. The entire drivetrain has about 100miles on it. The wheels, fork, and frame are in extremely good condition. Wheels look mint and are perfectly round and true. The frame has no dents or cracks and looks fantastic in a clear-coated raw finish. The fork looks new too. I've ridden several different bikes on the same trails in the past few months and I have to say this bike can pretty much do it all. If you've never tried fully rigid then you're missing out. The bike weighs around 22 pounds and the big wheels roll over anything, its like you're riding a monster truck that weighs as much as a feather. It climbs the hills like nobody's business and it can still take some gnarly descents. Plus, riding a fully rigid really makes you a way better rider, you can find articles attesting to that online if you want to look it up. I really hate to let it go but I don't really have a choice, my loss your gain. Here's the parts list: 2010 Niner AIR9 Scandium 29er frame, size large Carver Carbon Fiber 475mm fork (clone of White Bros rock solid) Cane Creek IS-3 headset (new) Shimano Hollowtech bottom bracket MRP 1.X chain guide 2-bolt alloy 400mm long seatpost WTB Silverado Team saddle Bontrager RXL Carbon Fiber 660mm wide bars (can swap out for 700mm Race Face turbine bars) Specialized 90mm stem (I also have a 70mm or a 120mm stem) Lock on grips Shimano SPD pedals Shimano Zee shadow plus rear mech (has the new silent clutch unit) Shimano SLX shifter (have the front unused too) Shimano Deaore Hollowtech crank with RaceFace 34T chain ring Shimano SLX 11-36T cassette SRAM PC-1071 chain Avid Elixir 5 brakes Magura Storm 180mm rotors (can swap out for some Shimano 160mm rotors instead) Specialized Stout wheelset (pretty light and really durable) Schwabe Rocket Ron EVO 2.3 tire (1 being used, 1 spare, 95% tread) Specialized Ground Control 2.35 tire (99% tread) Like I said, I have over $2300 in this build and its almost unridden. If you're in the Boone or Charlotte area I can meet up with you and avoid shipping. Otherwise, buyer pays shipping. USPS money orders or PayPal only.
dooms101 Livigno's article
Apr 26, 2013 at 16:15Apr 26, 2013
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Apr 6, 2013 at 16:57Apr 6, 2013
Apr 6, 2013 at 16:55Apr 6, 2013
Got this in a trade but don't need it as I have a carbon fork I am using instead. Fork is great and features some performance increases over other lower end forks. Has the "power bulges" and an improved damper and a PopLoc remote lockout lever. Seals and stanchions are perfect and the fork is in excellent shape, rides like new. Just installed a brand new Jagwire cable and housing on the remote lockout so its buttery smooth. The steerer is cut to 6 3/4 inches which is long enough for most frames if you don't use a lot of spacers, make sure it'll fit before you buy. Has a NON tapered steerer and post style brake mounts. Has 100mm of travel but it can be adjusted to 80mm with a spacer at your LBS. This is for a 29er. I am asking $150 firm, $25 shipping to the US48, a little extra for Canada. I am not really looking for trades, but I'd be interested in a carbon bar or a 90mm carbon stem or a carbon 31.6mm seatpost
dooms101 dart-bikes's article
Mar 14, 2013 at 13:40Mar 14, 2013
Contest: Name This Frame From Dartmoor Bikes
How about Dartmoor Poop. Poop is cool, everyone can relate to that. =)
dooms101 brule's article
Feb 14, 2013 at 18:22Feb 14, 2013
Video: A Look at One of Aaron Gwin's Workouts at Ryno's Gym
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dooms101 LEZARTTV's article
Feb 13, 2013 at 16:15Feb 13, 2013
This may be one good case where it is acceptable. I can't really think of a disability that would fall into this category. A few months back I had gotten to the top of Rocky Knob park here, which is one helluva climb, and while I was resting at the top a guy who was missing the lower half of his left leg went by me. He had a prosthetic attaching his knee to the pedal. He didn't need an e-bike, but maybe some other people do.
dooms101 LEZARTTV's article
Feb 13, 2013 at 12:20Feb 13, 2013
Electric bikes are not for the enthusiast sector, they should be strictly for commuting. An electric bike is awesome for a college kid, or anyone in an urban area for a lot of obvious reasons. But no self-respecting cyclist would be caught dead with an electric mountain bike... That's like Michael Phelps showing up with a pair of floaties. All this will do is rob you of the gratification you EARN when you finally reach the summit and bomb the downhill. Besides, a lot of skill is honed and acquired by actually pedaling. Why not just buy a dirt bike for a third the price? Pinkbike, get this shit outta here.
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