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Aug 27, 2016 at 9:34
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Thanks @mattwragg. The trail where this was shot--and much of the rest of the great riding in the SB backcountry--has been destroyed by fire in recent days, so this feels like nice timing for some remembrance.

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Shimano XT Front Brake

$70 USD
I have this sweet, lightly used Shimano XT front brake. It has about three weeks of use, and so is in really good shape. Make me an offer, I'm not using it so I'd love to get rid of it!

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Jul 15, 2016 at 20:47
Jul 15, 2016

Upgraded 18.5" Trek Slash 8

$2000 USD
Hey everybody, I have my 2013 Trek Slash 8 in a rare and beautiful blue up for sale. It has had several upgrades and is in good shape. With 160mm of travel front and rear, it is a super solid bike that will hold it's own in just about any terrain you throw it in. The frame is 18.5"--basically a medium/large. There are several scratches and places where the paint has been worn in bike boxes and from shuttling, but they're all cosmetic and there isn't any structural damage. Brakes: UPDATED: The bike will ship with brand new, untouched SRAM Guide R brakes. (Not pictured) Having ridden several different types of brakes in the last few months, I can say that these guides have perhaps the best feel on the market. Drivetrain: Sram XO Rear Derailleur, X9 Shifters, X7 Front Derailleur, X9 Cranks. Cassette, chain, chainrings were all replaced within the last month; everything feels good. As trendy as one-by is these days, I've been super happy many times with the range of my two-by drivetrain as I've comfortably spun up hills while my buddies with one-by setups struggle up steep climbs behind me. Suspension: Upgraded Fox 34 160mm fork. Fork body is from the stock Talas, but the internals were upgraded last summer to the current Float internals (a SIGNIFICANT improvement over the stock fork--it felt like a new fork). Fork serviced this June; new seals and oil. Shock is Trek's DRCV Fox shock, the internals were replaced in January 2015. Cockpit: Raceface Atlas 780mm bars, Raceface Atlas 50mm stem. New Sensus DISISDABOSS grips. Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb Stealth. It's a great post, but it can get a little slow/temperamental in cold weather. Bontrager Evoke saddle. Wheels: Bontrager Duster rims. Rear wheel was replaced July 2015. Tires: Schwalbe Hans Dampf front, Maxxis High Roller II rear. I have a brand new Continental Trailking I could include if interested. This bike shreds and is super fun on all kinds of trails. Feel free to message me with any questions or with an offer, I need the bike gone soon so I'd love to work something out! Satchel

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