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Hello! Up for sale is my 2016 Stumpjumper Expert 29. This bike is in fantastic condition with no scratches - I've taken good care of it and have been lucky not to have any big crashes on it. I have ridden this bike for 1 year (although I also have an XC bike which I ride more often, so it doesn't have as many miles as it would if this were my only bike). This bike is pretty much completely stock (I haven't switched out any major parts because I think it rides great as is): Frame - FACT 9 carbon with aluminum rear triangle Rear shock - Fox Float Factory CTD 135mm travel Fork - Rockshox Pike RC 29 140mm travel Bars - specializes aluminum 750mm Brakes - Shimano XT Rear derailleur and shifter - SRAM x1 11sp cassette - SRAM XG-1180 11sp 10-42 chain - SRAM PC-X1 11sp cranks - SRAM carbon with 30T ring BB - SRAM PF30 Wheels - Roval Traverse 29 Saddle - Henge comp 143mm Seat post - Command Post IRcc 100mm Front tire - Specialized Butcher Rear tire - Specialized Purgatory This bike also has SWAT storage, which means there's a spot on the frame for a multi-tool and chain breaker (both included) and space beneath the bottle cage to carry whatever you want (I can easily fit a tube, pump, tire lever, and energy bar). Check out all the photos - I've tried to capture it the best I could from all angles to give you the best possible idea of what you're looking at. Feel free to message me with questions, but please only do so if you have a serious interest in the bike. Thanks for looking and have a great day! Tracie
tnelson laurenjenkins's article
Jan 10, 2017 at 10:35Jan 10, 2017
The Double Life of a World Champion: Annika Langvad Interview
Love this. Such admiration for Annika!
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Jan 9, 2017 at 12:03Jan 9, 2017
Santa Cruz Tallboy/Hightower - Review
I love the look of the Hightower and would totally want to try one out, but I think it's kinda weak that they don't offer it in a size small. -Small person
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Dec 21, 2016 at 15:11Dec 21, 2016
Ambitions Featuring Emily Batty, Season Final - Video
XC rider here - rode forever without a dropper post. Decided to dabble in enduro, and wanted to get faster on some of our gnarlier local trails, so now I also have a trail bike with a dropper post, and I love it. But then I briefly put a dropper on my XC bike, and hated it - took it off and now ride a rigid post on that bike (so much fun!). It's all about what kind of riding you aim to do. I will say that those who say you "can't ride" without a dropper probably haven't spent much time actually trying it - you might surprise yourself with what is actually possible!
tnelson Arbr's article
Nov 30, 2016 at 13:20Nov 30, 2016
The Arbr Saker - UK-Made Carbon Enduro Bike
does it have a SWAT compartment? Cuz I'm pretty sure I could stuff my entire cycling wardrobe and a 6-pack in there.
tnelson pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 30, 2016 at 7:56Nov 30, 2016
Lottery Opens December 1st for 2017 Leadville Trail 100
by "lottery" do they mean you need to win the lottery in order to afford this?
tnelson calienduro's article
Nov 15, 2016 at 10:26Nov 15, 2016
California Enduro Series Announces 2017 Schedule
it depends on the venue - some are all-around less techy than others (toro park is a lot less intimidating than china peak, for example). But for all of them, beginner and sport levels typically will not race the most technically challenging stage, so that makes it a bit less intimidating. It's also a very chill vibe where everyone's really friendly and stoked on bikes. DO IT!
tnelson tnelson's photo
Oct 2, 2016 at 11:56Oct 2, 2016
Oct 2, 2016 at 9:27Oct 2, 2016
Very light alloy stem Easton EA 90 110mm, 10 degrees 31.8mm