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Specialized Stumpjumper

$900 GBP
2011 Specialized Stumpjumper Frame Fox Float rear shock Fox 36 Forks with compression,Rebound and travel adjust 100-140-160 Burgtec RideWide Bars Trvativ 40mm Stem Avid Elixir r Brakes Wtb Saddle Rochshox Reverb Dropper post RaceFace Atlas Cranks Straitline silent chaindevice Sram x7 10spd Derailer/shifter Mavic ex721 rims Hope Pro2 Hubs Maxxis Ardent tires Odi Grips Shimano DX Spd pedals NO TRADES £1000 ono Payment: Cash on collection. Paypal: +£40 (3.4%) for protected route OR pay via Gift. Any agreed price will not include postage. Any questions please message me. Cheers, Matt

matt6793 ClayPorter's article
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Jun 2, 2014
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May 26, 2014 at 16:02
May 26, 2014
Ah that makes sense. Looks like lesgets to me?

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May 26, 2014 at 14:24
May 26, 2014
Have they opened the top half of Mont Chery this year?

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Canfield Formula 1 Jedi (M)

$1300 GBP
Canfield Formula One Jedi Frame size medium Canecreek Double barrel rear shock with 350 spring 2005 fox 40r forks with 2010 RC2 cartridge Mavic EX721 rims Hope Pro 2 hubs Raceface cranks with Hope BB 36T BBB Chainring MRP backplate and top guide (no bash guard or bottom guide) SDG Fly saddle and seat post Sram X0 rear mech and shifter I bought the jedi frame in May 2012 for a trip around Europe, i rode the bike for about 3 months and then put it away in my shed. I have owned several DH bikes (KONA,V10,DEMO) in my past and this has got to be the best! It rides like nothing else, it can take big hits in its stride with rearwards travel. "The Jedi was given the unnatural ability to maintain its speed and actually accelerate in rough terrain. Not only does it gain momentum, but the rider’s pedaling forces are completely isolated from the bikes suspension movements. This is all possible by combining vertical with rearward travel. The right combination of 9″ vertical mixed with 2.5” of rearward travel gives the JEDI the ability to “shrug” off any square edge impact that would slow down other designs. The bike simply glances off of impacts and keeps accelerating. To further keep the rider in control and keep suspension forces isolated, the JEDI also runs a idler pulley which completely negates any pedal feedback associated with a wheelbase lengthening design." This bike has had some use, the frame bearings seem pretty smooth, however headset and wheel bearings could do with changing. There is also a bit of a issue with getting the axle out of the hub, but i believe this is due to old bearings. The frame has a few minor scuffs and cable rub marks but nothing that will cause any issues. The reason i am selling is that i don't have time to ride downhill anymore. It took a great deal of effort to get this bike over from the states so it pains me to let it go. It is one of few in the UK. Reasonable offer only NO TRADES Any agreed price will NOT include postage Cheers Matt

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