Aug 12, 2019 at 6:08Aug 12, 2019
This bike has been more of a mantel piece for the past few years until COVID came along... I moved to NYC, went to graduate school, and didn't have the time or place to ride. Through COVID so far, I put ~15 miles per ride in a 1 mile loop, 3 times per week. The bike is in the shop right now getting a full tune up, new brake pads, new tires (Continental Gatorskins), full wheel truing... the works. I put helicopter tape on the top tube to prevent it from getting nicked when mounting it. I am 6'2" with a 35" cycling inseam (= 33-34" pant inseam). Feel free to ask any questions!
Jan 21, 2018 at 10:43Jan 21, 2018
I am looking for a second set of wheels for my Pivot switchblade bike. Would prefer the Reynolds carbon but let me know what you have!
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Jan 20, 2018 at 13:37Jan 20, 2018
Jan 20, 2018 at 13:30Jan 20, 2018
Set of Light Bicycle 33.5/40 Carbon enduro wheels built up with extra carbon layering and Project 321 hubs. This wheel set is for a Cannondale Lefty / Lefty Supermax / Lefty Supermax PBR / Lefty Supermax Carbon fork. They fit 27.5, 650, 650b+, and 27.5+ bikes, including the Jekyll, Trigger, Habit, and Bad Habit. The rear hub is a Project 321 G2 w/ XD1 freehub, 216 points of engagement, 142mm x 12mm. They are setup tubeless with a Nobby Nic 2.8 on the front and a Maxxis Breakout 2.5 on the rear. There are fewer than 80 miles on this set of wheels/tires so they have minor wear but are in excellent condition. I'm in grad school now in NYC and have nowhere to ride for ~2 years. This was a $1600+ wheelset build.
Jun 12, 2017 at 7:27Jun 12, 2017
What's included: 2016 Cannondale Jekyll Carbon 1 frame, rear DYAD2 shock, trigger shifter for Dyad2, and Hollowgram SI crankset. The Dyad 2 travel adjustment (95mm or 160mm) is performed with a trigger shifter rather than the stock lever. This bike has been used for ~18-20 hrs of riding. There are a few very small scratches but I've covered most of the bike in 3m helicopter tape. (I'm parting out the bike; wheels, forks, shifter, brakes, derailleur are NOT included.) Sizing: I'm 6'2 (34.5-35" biking inseam) and this bike is ridiculously good at speed. It is extremely stable on downhills and pedals very well uphill. A rider smaller than I am could use this bike in all but tight, slower trails. 6'0" + riders You pay shipping costs - I'll ship through BikeFlights.
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