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Specialized Camber 650b

$3400 USD
Hi there I have a custom built Camber 650b up for sale. This bike was built up around three months ago and has been ridden only a handful of times. The bike looks and rides like it is brand new. The shorter travel frame paired with a bigger 150mm fork makes the bike an absolute blast on the downhills while maintaining responsiveness and pedal efficiency. This is a single track slayer and one of the funnest bikes I have ridden. The bike has a top of the line spec that was picked to make this bike an absolute weapon. Here is the spec, Frame: Specialized Camber Large Shock: Fox CTD with EVOL can Fork: Pike RCT3 150mm Wheels: Industry Nine Grade 650b Brakes: Guide RSC Seatpost: Specialized Command Post Drivetrain: Sram XO with 10-42 Cassete Cranks: Shimano Zee Bar and Stem: Spank Tires: Specialized Butcher I am slightly negotiable on price but the bike is worth every penny given the bike is basically brand new and has a top of the line spec. If you have any questions or would like to make me an offer message me and I will get back to you quick. Buyer pays shipping. Thanks! - Brian

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May 9, 2016 at 8:50
May 9, 2016
Santa Cruz Bronson: Review
I own a bronson and have spent around 4 months on it and I think the review missed out on a few important things. First off the bike is stiff. Like really really stiff. Noticeably stiffer then the old Bronson and more so then any other modern trail bike I have ridden. The thing snaps out of hard corners like nobody's business and you know exactly whats happening in the rear end. Handling wise, Im not sure if the standard for "poppy and playful" is changing because trail bikes are becoming so aggressive but I wouldn't exactly describe the bronson as that. On tight, technical trails the thing is a handful and I have been having trouble weighting the front end in slow, drifty corners and have been getting a lot of under steer. However the slack head angle and long reach that make it a struggle on the tight technical stuff make it super stable and comfortable at speed. I would describe it more as a race bike instead of a fun playful trail bike like the stumpy. Lastly in mucky conditions the bottom linkage pretty much acts like giant mud scoop without the carbon bridge found on the nomad or hightower. Would have liked to see a little integrated fender or something like that because in the slop its a mess down there.
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May 4, 2016

Santa Cruz 5010

$3000 USD
Hi there I have a Medium Santa Cruz 5010 carbon for sale. This is an incredibly fun and capable bike that is a blast to ride. The bike is in excellent mechanical condition with only a few small cosmetic blemishes that I have pictured in the photos. I am a mechanic at a bike shop and the entire bike has been gone through and received a full tune up including a suspension and dropper post service. The bike is completely stock except for a 1x10 drivetrain and has fairly low miles on it. I will include the original drivetrain parts if you wish to switch it back to the original set up if you wish. Overall this is an excellent value for a the money, and is one of the funnest bikes I've ridden. Here is the spec. Frame: Santa Cruz 5010 medium Shock: Fox Factory CTD kashima Fork: Fox Factory float 32 Kashima Wheels: WTB i23 Brakes: Shimano XT Drivetrain: Shimano XT with clutch derallieur Seatpost: Rock Shox reverb If you have any questions let me know and I will get back to you quick. text me for the fastest response but email is fine too. I will ridicule low ballers and report scammers. Thanks for looking! - Brian

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May 3, 2016
this just got me stoked

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