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Apr 25, 2016

Rock Shox Pike RCT3

$650 USD
This is a used fork off of a 2015 Norco Range 7.1 Carbon. Settings for high and low speed compression rebound, lockout, and two-step travel adjust. Overall, it is in great working condition, but does have some scratches on the lowers and arch with a very small nick on the left stanchion. Comes with 15mm Maxle, and the steerer tube is cut to 7 1/4", approx. 184mm.

Apr 25, 2016 at 19:37
Apr 25, 2016

Norco Range 7.3 Carbon

$1600 USD
Selling a used, large frame with Rock Shox Monarch Plus high volume shock. The frame has seen about six months of use with bearings replaced and everything in good working condition. A Race Face x-type press fit BB, headset, and derailleur hanger will also be included. There is also protective taping on the down tube as well as seat stays for hose/cable protection. There are a few cosmetic blemishes, most notably on the top tube and drive-side seat stay, otherwise typical wear from use on the trail. This is a great bike to do it all in Duluth and most anywhere else you'll find yourself going. Specs: I am also selling a Rock Shox Pike RCT3, 27.5" (650b) fork from a 2015 Norco Range 7.1 Carbon. It is compatible with this bike, but has a different color scheme if you're into a unique looking bike (otherwise new decals are another route to take). Another $600 will get both the frame and the fork.

teleturn2 markholloway's article
Mar 18, 2016 at 7:30
Mar 18, 2016
Trailforks Trail of the Month: Duluth, Minnesota
Bluegrass, beers and bikes. Welcome Duluth (and Minnesota in general!)
teleturn2 markholloway's article
Mar 18, 2016 at 7:24
Mar 18, 2016
Trailforks Trail of the Month: Duluth, Minnesota
April is always an unpredictable time around here, and it is hard to say for sure if the trails will be ready to roll by mid-April. We recently received a couple inches of wet, heavy rain/snow, and it's not unusual for winter to hold on into May. Definitely keep up on updates from COGGS through their website or their facebook page. They monitor their trails very well and open up as soon as they can.
rode in Wausau. view ridelog
Oct 27, 2015 at 10:11
Oct 27, 2015
quotes Hometown trails-- slick roots and leaves = no traction
12 km - 00:46
rode in Lester Park. view ridelog
Oct 19, 2015 at 12:11
Oct 19, 2015
quotes Lungs are operating at half capacity, captain.
21 km - 01:37 - 4 achievements
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