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Oct 28, 2014 at 20:00
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Fox DHX Air 5.0 Kashima 8.5 x 2.5--Excellent!

$295 USD
Great shape! Fox Shock DHX Air 5.0 w/ Kashima 8.5 inches eye to eye 2.5 inch stroke Propedal lever Stanchion in great shape; no nicks or scratches Spacers pictured not included. Some bikes will require that a DU bushing installed in the bottom eyelet (it costs like $3) Shock is in great shape--holding air and oil; buttery smooth. Ready to Ride!

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Oct 28, 2014 at 19:51
2 days

Diamondback Mission--Awesome AM rig; CHEAP!

$350 USD
Diamondback Mission Frame Great All-Mountain Rig! You just can't find such an awesome frame for so cheap! 160mm of travel; 6.3 inches The Mission strikes the perfect balance for aggressive riders: you can pedal it to the top, but it feels super plush and stout on the downs--like a mini DH sled. Fox DHX Air rear shock included Tapered headtube ISCG chain mounts standard qr rear dropouts Knucklebox design headset, seat collar not included derailleur hanger included Frame is in great shape--normal signs of use, but nothing ghastly. Ready to for your to build it up and start shredding!

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Oct 28, 2014 at 18:01
2 days

Fox Talas 180 RC2 FIT Tapered kashima

$400 USD
Fox Talas 180 RC2 Fit in good condition. This is a great fork. Steerer tube cut to 8 inches. 1.5 tapered 20mm thru-axle You'll notice that one of the clamp levers to secure the 20mm thru-axle has been grinded down a bit. It works great still. Some very light paint flaking on the crown. Stanchions in good shape. One rub mark towards the top of the left stanchion, but it's smooth to the touch Holding air and oil. It's ready to ride right now--nothing wrong with it. I'd recommend servicing it because it felt a bit stiff in the small-bump sensitivity department. But there's nothing wrong with as it is. Shipping $25 in US, $75 worldwide.

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Oct 18, 2014 at 23:15
Oct 18, 2014
Selling
Oct 18, 2014 at 23:13
Oct 18, 2014

Scott Genius 740 Excellent!!! (650B)

$1795 USD
Search high, search low...you won't find full-suspension, 650B, 150mm travel bike in this price range....GREAT DEAL!!! This is really worth looking into. The mid-sized hoops paired with 6" of travel will easily take your riding to the next level--you'll never go back to 26" wheels after you ride this bike...or 29" wheels either! Its just magic. Gobs of travel plus wheel rollability. Must be experienced to be understood. But, since you haven't ridden one yet...here's a review for you to check out: http://escapegoat.com.au/2013/04/scott-genius-740-revie/ This bike is in excellent condition. Practically the only thing wrong with it is the shoe rub on the cranks. I took a picture of the only other scratch worth mentioning--on the seat stay--see last pic. Small scratch, and its the biggest scratch on the frame. Fork stanchions and lowers are perfect. Even the wheels aren't all scratched up like a used mountain bike wheelset should be. Very clean. Very good condition. And you're saving a ton of money off of MSRP (you're saving about $1400)!! The review said that it was a ton of bike for the money--and that was at full price. This is just a killer deal--your chance to try out 650B in the Trail/Enduro category. If you're an enduro racer on a budget, the genius will really make you competitive. All 3 suspension settings have a distinct feel to them, and a distinct purpose. Full open feels awesome! Really soaks up the bumps. Middle setting is a great setting to use on trail climbs--both fork and shock get a healthy dose of low-speed compression...and off you scurry, up the hills. The firmest setting feels very firm--almost completely locked out in the rear. I save this for paved roads. But since I use this in town as a runaround bike, I love that option and totally use it. The little handlebar remote makes all the difference--its the genius of the Genius. It gives you options. FRAME Genius 27.5 Alloy 6061 FORK FOX 34 Float 650b Evolution, 3 modes, 150-120-Lockout SHOCK SCOTT DT M3, 3 modes, 150- Lockout REAR D. Shimano XT FRONT D Shimano SLX SHIFTERS Shimano Deore Hydraulic disc BAR Syncros Aluminum GRIPS Syncros STEM Syncros Aluminum POST Syncros Aluminum SADDLE Syncros BRAKES Shimano Deore WHEELS Syncros XC-55 650b TIRES Schwalbe Nobby Nic Pedals not included in sale Shipping $110 in US, $325 worldwide.

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Oct 9, 2014 at 20:21
Oct 9, 2014
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Oct 9, 2014 at 20:18
Oct 9, 2014

Santa Cruz Nomad Carbon excellent!!

$2195 USD
Easily the best deal on a carbon nomad you'll find--best deal you've ever seen on a carbon nomad. It is in very good condition--see pics. You'll see cable rub, and some very light flaking of the clear coat on the seat stays (typical, and only superficially cosmetic), and some normal, light scratches. But overall, in very good condition. And ever components on this bike is in great shape--the wheels, the fork, the cranks--very good condition. So, you're maybe humming and hawing over whether you should drop your hard-earned cash on a 26er or go 650B...Here are some thoughts: -MBA measured the new wheel size and found that it's actually 27", not 27.5. People named it that b/c it's the 'tweener wheel size. -So, a 650B will roll a bit better over the rough stuff -But to get a carbon nomad 650B, you're going to be paying literally thousands more. -To get a 650B AM slayer in this price range, you'll be stuck on aluminum, and it's definitely not going to be Santa Cruz. So, imho, wheel size is a consideration, but it's not the only consideration. All things considered, you can't get a better bike for $2295 than this bike. There's nothing like a Santa Cruz Nomad carbon. Climbs lightly, descends deftly. A trail-charger. A work of art. An engineering masterpiece. I'm selling this bike for less than what the frame sold for. It's carbon, and it's Santa Cruz. So you get the top-notch design from SC, and you get the top-notch carbon, too. Frame: Santa Cruz Nomad Carbon, size L Shock: Fox RP23 w/ kashima, adaptive logic Fork: Marzocchi 55 R (great fork--you've got to try it) Wheels: Stan's ZTR Flow, set up tubeless Brakes: Avid Elixir hydraulic disc Shifters: Shimano Deore XT Bar: Race Face Atlas Stem: Crank Bros Saddle: Crank Bros Iodine Headset: Cane Creek XXII Cranks: FSA Afterburner Hollowtech Chain: Sram, brand new Rear derailleur: Shimano Deore XT rapid rise MRP bash guard Pedals: not included in sale Really a beautiful bike. The components compliment the bike nicely both in terms of function and in terms of aesthetics. A bike that you'll easily fall in love with--both by looking at it and by riding it. Shipping $110 in US, $315 worldwide

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