|Seller:||fooox | Login to contact seller | seller History | Add to My Watch List|
|Location:||Bristol , United Kingdom|
|Date:||Apr-19-2014 9:47:37 Views: 712 Watch Lists: 2|
|Restrictions:||Reasonable offers only, No Trades, Will ship locally only|
Selling a 2011 Medium Norco Team DH race bike. Bought 2 years ago from a previous seller who had only ridden it for one week holiday in Morzine. It has since been ridden no more than 10 times since, mainly due to my brother not riding at uni and doing windsurf seasons every summer so I'm selling due to lack of use. Consequently it is in very good condition with only very minor cosmetic scratches with all parts running very very smoothly: looks brand new from a few metres away. The rear derailleur and cassett are custom red!! will not be found on an ordinary norco team dh. When I bought this bike it was off a man who worked for sram and happened to know the guy who builds ben reids bikes (norco team rider), and that man is the same man who built this beauty!!
The only damage is an untrue rear rim which is currently rideable but will eventually need fixing. The frame has 8-9 Inches adjustable travel, heli-taped on bottom with sleeve to stop chain slap. This is an excellent DH bike suitable to anything from playing about in local woods to full DH racing. The bike is exceptionally light and well specced, and rides extremely well.
In terms of sizing it would probably fit anyone from 5ft9 - 6ft2 (my brother is 6ft 1 but prefers slightly smaller frames).
I am willing to drive to meet within an hour of Bristol but unfortunately will not do shipping as I'd prefer it if people rode the bike first before purchasing.
Best way is to contact me is by text if you have any questions.
Frame: 2011 Norco Team DH (Medium)
Forks: 2011 Rockshox Boxxer World Cup
Bars: Truvativ Boobar (780mm)
Shock: Rockshox Vivid 400lbs Spring
Grips: ODI Ruffian Troy Lee Designs
Seatpost: Stock Norco
Saddle: WTB Silverado
Cranks: Truvativ Descendant
Shifter: Sram XO
Rear Derailleur: Sram XO
Brakes: Sram XO
Wheels: Mavic ex721’s on Hope Pro II EVO’s
Tyres: Maxxis Minion DHF’s (good condition)
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