Category: Downhill Bikes
Condition: Good - Used, Mechanically Sound
Frame Size: L
Wheel Size: 27.5" / 650B
Front Travel: 200 mm
Rear Travel: 200 mm
Original Post Date: Nov-03-2020 8:48:18
Last Repost Date: Mar-19-2021 7:07:10
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It's time to sell my Giant Glory, affectionately known as the Limousine. This was my park bike for a few years but given that I have hardly ridden it the past 2 seasons it doesn't make sense to keep holding onto it.
Parts as follows:
Large frame, taped in the critical spots with 3M tape
Boxxer World Cup fork. I have the parts to turn this back into a coil sprung fork, minus the spring.
Vivid R2C shock with 450x3.0 coil
Front Wheel: DT Swiss EX471 rim, Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5, tubeless, see photos for tread condition
Rear Wheel: DT Swiss FR570 rim, DT Swiss 240 hub, new Maxxis Minion DHRII 2.4, tubeless, see photos for tread condition
Avid Code brakes ***The old taperbore style Codes, still one of my favourite sets of brakes***
Chromag bar, stem and saddle, all various shades of blue
SRAM X0 shifter
SRAM X0 carbon cranks
SRAM X0DH 7sp derailleur. ***This is the updated model with the Hex5 hanger bolt, not the old style one that used to break the b-tension tab with alarming regularity and was a nightmare to replace***
MRP G3 chain guide
Spank Spike Pedals
I cleaned this bike up for sale earlier this year, then the virus came along and I got distracted. Since then the bike was ridden a handful of times. Service notes from the last year or so:
New shift cable and housing, May 03, 2020
New wiper seals in fork, April 30, 2020
Air spring service and Charger damper bleed last summer. I checked both while the lowers were off and they are running great
Rear shock service last summer. I put the shock in the hand dyno where I work and it's still smooth, so there is no need to service it in the near future
Rear hub bearings changed last summer
New rear tire, October 15, 2020
New rear brake pads, October 15, 2020
Work the bike may need in the near future:
New grips & bar plugs
New front brake pads
Photos of the bike are shown with the old rear tire, photo of the tread on the new tire is included.
This bike is ready to ride as is and shouldn't need much work in the short term. It didn't see many days of use over the last two seasons. I've worked as a mechanic at local bike shops while owning this bike so it has always been looked after. The brakes have a solid bite, the suspension feels smooth, the wheels roll true, and there isn't any egregious creaking. It was a park bike, but I abhor a poorly maintained bike.
If you have any questions please let me know!
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