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Scott Voltage Fr710

$3300 USD
2015 Scott Voltage FR710 size large. Bike is in solid shape, only has three months of riding on it. Specs: -Fox 36 Float RC2 Kashima 180mm (Fresh rebuild, with seals, oil, and a cartridge bleed/rebuild) -Fox DHX RC4 Kashima -Halo Chaos 650b rims on Halo Supa Drive 120 point engagement rear hub (this is a MEAN sounding hub), and 6d front hub -Shimano XT brakes, 200mm rotors -SRAM X9 derailleur, SRAM X7 shifter -Shimano Zee crankset 165mm, Raceface 36t narrow wide ring, Gamut bash guard -Syncros 780mm bar, 50mm stem, seat and post -Syncros angleset with 62° cups installed (63°, 64° cups included) -Straitline Defacto pedals (not pictured, missing some pins) -Specialized Butcher tires Bike will also include the original Syncros 650b wheelset. Paint is in good shape, but has scratches on the downtube from rocks, and my truck pad. Only minor imperfection is a tiny ding half the size of a raisin near the BB shell. I'm not actually sure when it happened, I noticed it when installing the new Zee crankset. This bike shreds the bike park, and is currently built to around 34 pounds but could easily get down to 32 with an air shock and carbon cranks. Bike is located in Winter Park, Co. Asking $3300 but am totally open to any offers. Cheers!

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Jul 26, 2015 at 18:34
Jul 26, 2015
Video: Colorado Freeride Festival 2015 - Qualifications Highlights
Its not like Storch threw a flat drop backflip or anything. He is one of maybe four or five riders in the world who do that trick, and its totally nuts. He was also extremely clean, and tricked a jump that almost nobody else did a thing on. I do think a few runs were judged pretty low for what they were, but they got it right on Carson's run.
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Shimano ZEE

$75 USD
2014 Shimano ZEE crankset with bottom bracket in excellent condition. 68mm/73mm width. 165mm crank length. Cranks have been used for around three months on my backup bike, with a few small scuffs along the bottom, and minor rub from pedaling. ZEE chainring is unused. Crankset located in Winter Park, CO. Asking $75 or make an offer. Cheers!

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Cane Creek DB Coil 7.875x2.25

$175 USD
2012 Cane Creek DB Coil, size 7.875x2.25. Shock is in solid shape. Included is a 450# spring, and shock body, no mounting hardware or adjustment tool. Shock works well, and adjustments are still crisp and functional. Seems there may be a very minor oil leak from the shaft seal, however it is in no way gushing, possibly accumulating slightly more dust than it normally would over several weeks. Asking $175, but feel free to make an offer. Cheers!

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Jun 23, 2015 at 22:37
Jun 23, 2015
Ask PB: Foxy vs Mega, Fast Rolling Rear Tires, and Crank Arm Lengths
On a Trance, I would go for a 170 if 175 feels too long. I'm on the new Scott Voltage running 165 cranks, and while I do feel they are good on this bike due to the crazy low BB, they absolutely suck when you try to really lay power down. I actually switched from a 175 to a 165 on my previous bike, a Rocky Mountain Slayer, and again, while it made pedal strikes less frequent, it made a reasonably pedalable bike into somewhat of a pig to grind on. I honestly didn't think I'd see any difference, but its more noticeable than switching from a 26er to 650b. If at all possible, especially to preserve in seat pedalability, go with a lower profile pedal first.
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Jun 11, 2015 at 18:40
Jun 11, 2015
Leogang DH WC Fantasy Contest - Win a RockShox BoXXer WC!
Men: 1. Sik Mick 2. Aaron Gwin 3. Greg Minaar Women: 1. Manon Carpenter 2. Rachel Atherton 3. Tracy Hannah
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