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Muc-Off Launch $65 Lubricant With Bold Performance Claims
yeh, but there will be such customer who buy as expensive as the item is because it is cool \m/
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Nice BMC 650b heavy trail bike with 160/150 mm suspension. Equipment https://www.vitalmtb.com/product/guide/Bikes,3/BMC/Speedfox-02-Trailcrew-XT,18256 Frame size S, geometry in photos Upgrades are done last summer, and was not ridden much as it was a side sporting activity. - Pike fork - new DebonAir spring. More responsive, travel increased to 160 mm; - Cane Creek DB Inline rear shock - fully serviced in authorized service, upgraded to the latest IL version - tyres - Schwalbe Nobby Nic rear and Hans Damph front. Nice rolling and grip performance, tubeless - Stem - DaBomb 60 mm (45 mm original will be included) - rear cassette with Wolf Tooth 49T extended sprocket and derailleur cage - friendly upgrade for climbing. - new brake pads, chain, dropper is servised. Bike for fun descents with nice capabilities for leisure riding and climbing Pedals excluded.
Feb 8, 2017 at 12:07Feb 8, 2017
SELLING Whyte T-120 26” trail bike, which was built for myself and for the weekend trail ridings. It was not for competitions, weight is unclear. The fork is services (cleaned, oil changed). This bike is used but in very good condition – no cracks, play, dents etc. Only some minor scratches from normal usage. Almost all parts and other stuff were bought as new i.e. I am the first owner except for the frame, shock, fork pedals and crank-arms. Frame geometry is in photos (size M). The frame was made in the UK with relatively long TT and wheel base, but with small stand-over height, short stem for the stable ride but with good handling and steering characteristics. Only dropper-post was not tried. However there are cable-holders on TT for this modification. This bike is for sale because of the reason, that I have family now and other hobbies. So had decided to try give away this and hope that this bike will give to someone more happiness in the fields rather than staying in home as a part of the interior. Sorry, this bike is not prepared for sale with hand cleaning and beautiful photos in the forest. I still have a little hope that no one will be interested in it and I will have to try to find some time for riding. Review - http://www.bikeradar.com/us/gear/category/bikes/mountain-bikes/product/review-whyte-t-120-12-42623/ Frame - Alloy M6 Magnesium Enriched, Front Triangle with Tapered Head Tube, Single Monocoque Rear carbon Swingarm with Modular Dropouts, 142x12 rear MaxleLite axle, RockShox Monarch RT shock, 120 mm travel. Size - M Fork – Fox Float RL 140 mm, 15mm axle Wheelset – Hope ProIII XC-SP3, straight-pull spokes, ZTR Crest rims (tubeless ready), Alu nipples, 1400 g, tyres Continental Mountain King 2.2 RaceSport & Continental X-King 2.2 RaceSport. Crankset – Shimano XT M770 w/ One Up Components 34T narrow-wide chainring Pedals – Shimano XT SPD Shifter - Sram X9 Rear derailleur – Sram X9 Type 2, medium cage Cassette – Shimano XT w/ E13 extended sprocket 42T, 42-36-32-28-24-2-19-16-14-12 Brakes – Shimano XT M785 w/ 183&160 mm rotors, reach and free stroke adjuster Handlebar – Race Face Next carbon, low-rise, 680mm Stem – 3T X-Pro 80mm Seat post – Whyte 450mm Saddle – Fizik Tundra Additions (1) – carbon assembly grease, spare wheelset spokes, spare nipples (not in pic.), brakes bleeding cup, brake lever with broken clamp (for the spare parts in case), Hope 3-bolt brake rotor, spare valve cores with a valve tool, new Campagnolo 10 sp. chain, BB spacers, brake caliper spacers (for transportation), cassette sprockets (left from 42T mod), user manual, Stans sealant (not in pic.), chain lubes, hand-made studded tyres (Maxxis High Roler and Schwalbe Nobby Nick; not in pic.). Additions (2) that could be sold with the bike for an additional price. It is not for sale if the bake is still in stock (in case I have to ride) Tools: cassette remove tool (holder and nut), BB tool, chain weariness tool, chain disassembly tool, high pressure pump for shock and forks, CO2 pump with 16 g cartridge, Topeak (M) saddle bag, Sigma ROX 9.1 bike computer (speed, cadence sensors and holder are mounted on the bike), bike transportation bag (not in photos) Helmet - Lazer Genesis XS/M (up tp 57 cm). Bought as new, had no incidents or crashes on the head. Comes with spare inserts and bag. Helmet – Spiuk Kawter (M). Bought as new, used one summer by my wife only. Camelbak hydrapack, bought as new, with 2l volume, two sections for snacks and some tools. Shoes Specialized – simple for short riding in cold conditions with thick socks. Shoes Northwave Sparta – bought as new, good condition, only some dirt as they are white, all clamps are in good and strong condition. Price with the additions (1) – 1036 EUR plus shipping or pick-up in Vilnius or other middle point between buyer and me. Other additions (2) could be sold with the bike for an additional price. More buy – cheaper price. Location – Vilnius, Lithuania.
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