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Sep 6, 2014 at 8:39Sep 6, 2014
Sep 6, 2014 at 8:23Sep 6, 2014
For sale I have my 2013 Ibis Mojo HD 160 in size medium. I bought this bike from new and it has been extremely well looked after, no expense has been spared in keeping the bike in perfect working condition. The frame was bike taped from new and as such the frame and forks have minimal scratching. The spec is as follows: Frame: Ibis Mojo HD 160 with Fox Float RP23 CTD shock Forks: Fox 36 Float 160 Cranks: Sram XX1 Derailleur: Sram XX1 Shifter: Sram XX1 Cassette: Sram XX1 Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb Brakes: Avid X0 Trail 180mm front and rear Wheels: WTB i23 rims on Hope Pro 2 hubs Handlebars: ENVE DH 740mm Stem: Hope DH 50mm The only thing to be aware of is the reverb seatpost which very occasionally feels slightly 'sticky'. This is a rare occurence and only happens in muddy conditions but I want to be completely honest. This bike is a perfect all mountain bike and would suit anyone looking for a 26' bike or can easily be converted to 650b if desired. It will fit anyone from 5ft 6 to 6ft tall. Cash on collection is preferred but I can also post anywhere in the UK at the buyers expense and further abroad if necessary. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions you may have. The bike is located in the Scottish Borders but can also be collected from Edinburgh or Glasgow. Thanks for looking, Stuart.
Jan 16, 2014 at 4:21Jan 16, 2014
For sale I have my 2013 Scott Scale 900 RC for sale in size medium. This has been my race bike for the 2013 season and as such has been used for a total of 8 races. It has been meticulously maintained by the Scott UK Team mechanics before and after each race, and as such is in excellent condition. The bike is completely stock apart from the brakes, which were changed to Avid XX World Cups due to sponsorship requirements. The full spec is as follows: Frame: Scott Scale 29 Carbon Medium Forks: Rock Shox SID 29 RL3 Air with remote lockout Cranks: Sram XX 26/39 Shifters: Sram XX Front Derailleur: Sram XX Rear Derailleur: Sram XX Cassette: Sram XX 11-36 Handlebars: Ritchey WCS Carbon 680mm Stem: 3T ARX Pro 80mm 17 degrees Seatpost: Ritchey WCS C-260 31.8mm Saddle: Ritchey Streem V2 WCS / Titanium Wheels: DT Swiss XR-RS29 set up tubeless with Schwalbe Racing Ralph's The bike is in excellent condition throughout, and is ready to race. There is a small scratch on the top tube which is purely cosmetic, and can be seen clearly in the pictures. If the asking price is met I will include a barely used set of Schwalbe Rocket Rons, a spare Sram XX chain and 3 sets of brake pads. Please note that the bike will not be sold with pedals. If you have any questions or need further information please don't hesitate to message me
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Dec 22, 2013 at 10:52Dec 22, 2013
Dec 22, 2013 at 10:21Dec 22, 2013
I have for sale my 2013 Santa Cruz V10 carbon in red/black. The frame is size large. The bike has been used for around 8 months, and is in good condition. There are some minor scratches to the top tube which are purely cosmetic, shown in the pictures. Bike is in good working order, with forks having been serviced by fox despite being used only a handful of times. The frame and forks alone retail for £4940 so I feel the asking price for the full bike is reasonable. Full spec is as follows: Frame - Large Santa Cruz V10 Full Carbon with Fox RC4 Kashima shock and titanium spring Forks - Fox 40 Float FIT RC2 Kashima Brakes - Black Avid X0 Trail Wheels - Mavic 721 rims on Hope Pro 2 hubs Cranks - Truvativ X0 carbon 165mm Rear Derailleur - Sram X0 type 2 short cage 10 speed Shifter - Sram X0 10 speed Seatpost - SDG i-beam carbon Saddle - SDG i-fly Stem - Nukeproof Warhead Handlebars - Burgtec Ride Wide 750mm Chain guide - Gamut P30 Greg Minnaar limited edition Grips - ODI Ruffians Tyres - Nearly new 2.35 Scwalbe Muddy Mary's Bike is based in Edinburgh so would prefer either local pickup or posted in the UK. Any questions just send me a message!
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Jun 15, 2013 at 10:55Jun 15, 2013
Jun 15, 2013 at 7:47Jun 15, 2013
2013 Fox 40 FIT RC2 Kashima Forks for sale. These were bought new in January 2013 from mojo and have been used since mid february 2013. The forks are nicely bedded in and have a green spring (firm) currently. It has a 20mm thru axle, IS Disc Mount, high and low speed compression adjustment, as well as rebound and preload adjustment. The forks are in great condition, with only a couple of scuffs on the lowers. The Kashima stanchions are in perfect condition, as are the adjustment dials. These forks retail for £1450, so with only 4 months use £850 is a very reasonable price. Message me if interested! Thanks, Ross
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Nov 22, 2012 at 5:44Nov 22, 2012
Breaking News: Enduro World Series Announced
I would suggest you learn your facts before making such inaccurate and misinformed comments. "WC XC has turned into little more than dirt road biking." What a load of rubbish. WC XC is, if anything, placing greater emphasis than ever before on technical ability. If you had ever raced an XC World Cup, I guarantee your opinion would change dramtically. On what basis exactly are you claiming XC to be "little more than road biking?" Perhaps the fact that Nino Schurter and Julien Absalon have both podiumed at numerous Megavalanche series races over the past few years tells you all you need to know about their technical ability. Granted, courses such as the London Olympic course would support your viewpoint, but entirely man made, tame courses are a rarity on the World Cup circuit. Of course XC will never look as technically demanding as DH on camera (it fundamentally isn't), but until you race or at least ride a World Cup XC course I think you should reserve judgement. I'm not saying you fall into this category, but as someone who races downhill myself, there is nothing more frustrating than downhillers who claim that XC courses (especially World Cups) are tame and easy; anyone who does is simply wrong.