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Jan 17, 2017 at 7:48
Jan 17, 2017

Evil Revolt

$1200 USD
Hey everyone, selling my Evil Revolt size small. I know this bike has a storied history but this is one of the good ones had them verify back when folks had a few problems with them. Its a great bike that hasnt been getting ridden at all the past years (got an enduro). Hopefully someone else can have some fun with it. It's in good shape, normal scratches from riding but nothing seriously noteable except for one very small dent (pencil eraser size) on the side of the top tube, won't impact anything structural. Buyer pays shipping and paypal fees. Might consider international but shipping costs get very high when shipping a bike international. Frame Evil Revolt Size SM - One of the good ones Shock Fox DH4 Bars Chromag Stem Sunline Headset Chris King Grips ODI Ruffian Fork FOX 40 Coil Rotors 200mm Brake Lever Shimano SLX Brake Caliper Shimano SLX Shifter RAM X.0 Derailure SRAM X.7 Cassette SRAM Crank Tru Vativ Seatpost Thompson Post Seat WTB Pedals Flybike Ruben Sealed R. Hub Mavic Deemax F. Hub Mavic Deemax Rims Mavic Deemax F. Tire Minion DHF DH Casing R. Tire Magic Mary DH Casing

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Jan 17, 2017 at 7:42
Jan 17, 2017
manhattanprjkt83 robertbbr's article
Jan 6, 2017 at 14:35
Jan 6, 2017
Gravity Logic Built, US East Coast Bike Parks
Can't agree with you more man. I was involved with the initial build of springs, really sad how it's become.
manhattanprjkt83 robertbbr's article
Jan 6, 2017 at 14:32
Jan 6, 2017
Gravity Logic Built, US East Coast Bike Parks
I agree man the East Coast has so much good lift assisted stuff, more so than the west IMO.
manhattanprjkt83 robertbbr's article
Jan 6, 2017 at 14:28
Jan 6, 2017
Gravity Logic Built, US East Coast Bike Parks
I am an east coast resident who travels quite a bit to ride. the way I look at the east coast is that it has a completely different character than the west coast and when I say west coast I am talking PNW. The east coast has a raw underground feeling which I really appreciate, I love taking trips to Highland, Mountain Creek, and Snowshoe (and do regularly). That said I agree with everyone saying 'you need to go to Whistler' the trails in the PNW/Sea To Sky nlow everything away on the east coast. I try to ride the PNW when it's super early fall every year, then come back here and ride the great parks in the fall. Funny ppl brought up 7 Springs, I was one of the original guys on the project right when I got out of college...For the record it wasn't Eric Carter who built that. It was Alpine Bike Parks led and owned by Judd de Vall, Randy Spangler was the main dude on the machine. EC showed up to help plan out some trails. Those were some fun years the place showed real promise and was buffed to the max back then. It has serious potential but is led by a guy who has no clue how to run a bike park now, someday someone will figure it out and realize it is a potential revenue stream being so close to large metro areas.
Selling
Nov 15, 2016 at 12:05
Nov 15, 2016

Transition Covert

$1100 USD
Hello All – Selling a Transition Covert for my cousin who bought the bike w/ plans to ride it but never really did so. Everything is in excellent shape w/ less than 25 rides on it. The only items which have some wear are the pedals which were swapped from clips to spair pair of flats and the front tire which had received a cut in it. Paypal only, buyer pays shipping, will consider shipping to Canada. Transition Covert Aluminum Size Med Fox Float 36, debaged on one side of leg, stanchions are perfect Fox RP23 rear shock SRAM X9 Derailleur and Shifter SRAM Cassette/Chain Chromag 32t Ring Avid Elixer Brakes 180/160mm Raceface Seatpost WTB Seat Transition Revolution 26” wheels Maxxis 2.5 Minion Front, 2.3 Minion Rear Kore Bars

Sep 30, 2016 at 12:35
Sep 30, 2016
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