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Oct 29, 2014 at 19:58Oct 29, 2014
Video: Pivot Phoenix Development
That's Chris Cocalis, the owner of pivot cycles. He doesn't need hype, he just builds some of the best bikes out there.
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Sep 23, 2014 at 21:25Sep 23, 2014
Press Release: REI is Exclusive Retailer for Ghost Cycles in USA
MEC, They carry Ghost as well. They have full carbon duallies built with full XT and saw a $6000 ghost road bike last time I was there.
Aug 27, 2014 at 0:47Aug 27, 2014
The wheelset is hand built using DT Spokes, Stans Alpine rims ( lightest rims they make) with an XT rear hub and lefty front hub; I can include the tires as well. Note: the lefty is not included and is not available for sale.
Aug 27, 2014 at 0:41Aug 27, 2014
The whole bike is for sale but I am willing to part out some of the components. This is an XX1 crank, BB30 interface, with a very lightly used 36 tooth chainring and is 175mm long. This would be a great option for someone looking to try a 1X build, the 36 tooth ring is perfect for a 26" wheel. I am also selling a 26" lefty wheelset, built on alpine rims, with a lefty front hub and a rear XT hub and a 2010 Scalpel frame ( Large).
Aug 27, 2014 at 0:37Aug 27, 2014
Hey, I've the whole bike listed but am willing to part out some of the components and the frame if anyone is interested. The frame has a few cosmetic scratches and some cable rub but is in perfect functioning shape. The rear end has absolutely no issue and the shock runs very smoothly. I suppose the seat-post could be included. I can take some more pictures should you want them. Thanks
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Jul 20, 2014 at 11:29Jul 20, 2014
Jul 20, 2014 at 11:28Jul 20, 2014
Hey, I have a 2010 Cannondale scalpel 3 for sale. The bike has many high end upgrades and is in excellent condition. Here is the list of components: - Cannondale scalpel 3 aluminum frame carbon rear triangle, size large with Fox float rpl rear shock - carbon lefty sl dlr fork ( full service beginning of this season) - stans alpine race rims laced to shimano XT hubs with dt swiss butted spokes - Formula rx brakes front and back 160mm rotors - sram xx1 carbon crank with 36 tooth narrow wide chaining - shimano xtr shadow plus rear derailleur 10 speed and shifter - Easton ec70 carbon riser bar 26 inches wide 2 inch rise - Schwalbe racing Ralph tubeless tires ( also includes two sets of spare tires bontrager mudX and bontrager xro team race tires) - Lock on answer grips - Selle Italia yutaak saddle - Cannondale c3 seat post - X lab torpedo carbon water bottle cage - Shimano XT 10 speed cassette Extra set of new brake pads included. No pedals included. Bike weighs in at 23.33 lbs with shimano XT xc clipless pedals installed. If you have any questions or want to arrange to see the bike, let me know. Thanks.
Jul 9, 2014 at 17:04Jul 9, 2014
Hey, it's in beautiful shape as can be seen in the pics. The stem would work on a road on mountain bike; I'm not sure of the weight but it is quite light. I'm not sure what else to write, it's just a nice stem
Jun 28, 2014 at 9:19Jun 28, 2014
Hey everyone, This is truly a superbike with almost all of the components build in The USA or Europe. It was built up over the winter with the intention of being raced but that never came to fruition. Frame: Cannondale SystemSix 58cm (57.5 cm ETT), BB30, Tapered Headtube Fork: Matching Tapered steerer Wheels: Edge (before they changed their name to ENVE) 2.38 Tubular rims, laced to DT swiss 240 hubs using DT swiss aerolite spokes. Crankset: Cannondale Si cranks, 172.5mm Chainrings: Wickwerks 53-39 Chainrings Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Chorus Medium Cage 11 speed Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Athena Rear Cassette: Campagnolo Record 11-23 11 speed Chain: Chorus Shifters/Levers: Campagnolo Chorus Brake Calipers: Cannondale C1 (rebadged TRP 950s) Seatpost: U.S.E. Alien Carbon 31.6mm Stem: 110mm SystemSix Handlebar: Deda Zero100 compact 46cm (44cm center to center) As you can see in the pictures, its a visually stunning bike. The pedals and seat aren't included but I would be willing to negotiate for the Time RXS Titanium/Carbon pedals... The Selle SMP saddle will have to be pryed from my cold dead hands. Condition: Everything functions perfectly, there are a few scuffs but nothing that should be an issue. The handlebar stem interface looks very dirty, this is only because I use friction paste to keep them secure and dirt collects on it. Some notes, I will install brand new carbon brake pads prior to sale. I have the Sram/Shimano freehub body for the 240 hub if interested I'm sure I missed a few things, please don't hesitate to ask any questions.