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Apr 23, 2024
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Apr 23, 2024 at 12:41
Apr 23, 2024

Stumpjumper Evo Pro Carbon S3 (L) -- PRICE REDUCED

$2500 USD
This is the best bike I've ever owned, with an incredible combination of low weight (~30lbs), aggressive geometry, amazing suspension, and durable parts. I have taken care of it well, and it runs great. This bike is ideal for someone who wants the best of both worlds—the weight and maneuvarability of a light trail bike, with the durability and descending prowess of a full-blown enduro rig. Parts: Frame - Specialized Sumpjumper Evo Pro Carbon S3. Pivots rebuilt, greased, and tightened over the winter. Cosmetic scratches from normal use (pictured), no hard crashes. Geometry here: https://www.specialized.com/us/en/mens-stumpjumper-evo-pro-29/p/154548?color=261171-154548 Wheels - CARBON Roval Traverse rims laced to DT 350 hubs. These are amazing, durable, and maintenance-free wheels. The rear wheel has a very small ding (pictured) from a few years ago that I covered with nail polish and it has not given me any trouble. Tires - Specialized Butcher 2.6, grid F black diamond R. Fork - Fox 36 Performance Elite with Grip2 damper. Recently rebuilt. Shock - Fox DHX2 Coil, replaced under warranty in 2021. Recently added a Cane Creek progressive coil spring which adds bottom-out resistance and makes the suspension even better. Spring weight for a ~200-pound rider. Drivetrain - Sram GX Eagle 1x12. It shifts well and does the job, although the chain is worn and will need to be replaced (along with the cassette) in less than a year. BRAND NEW Bottom bracket, replaced 2 days ago. Dropper post - Specialized Command Post IRcc, 160mm travel. Works great. Housing is fraying at the lever but does not affect performance. An easy fix. Brakes - HAYES DOMINION A4, installed September 2023. These are a HUGE upgrade over Code RSCs, and I will be very sad to see them go with this bike. Extremely powerful with a very light lever feel and amazing modulation. Cockpit - Stock Specialized handlebar and stem, with Ergon GE1 grips. Saddle - Specialized Phenom, Titanium rails. Local pickup preferred, but will ship to US, Mexico, and Canada!

Bjammin mattwragg's article
Dec 22, 2023 at 11:25
Dec 22, 2023
Matt Wragg's 2024 Predictions
Glad to see this comment has gotten some traction. I'm weighing back in to clarify that I am not suggesting that Pinkbike should become a climate change website, just that the writers here should recognize (as Matt has) that climate change affects mountain biking and therefore that they should be semi-literate in climate science. I'm not saying that they should speak more about climate change (although I'm not opposed, in moderation), just that when they do, they should do it right. Credit to Matt for raising the issue, I'm just saying he (and others) shouldn't inadvertently validate or repeat misinformation that seeks to sow doubt about human-caused climate change.
Bjammin mattwragg's article
Dec 22, 2023 at 8:02
Dec 22, 2023
Matt Wragg's 2024 Predictions
It is true that you all don't talk about climate change a lot here on Pinkbike, and I understand the impulse not to stir the pot. However--as you pointed out--it is something that is deeply affecting all of us and the sport as a whole. For that reason (and because Pinkbike has a large audience), you all have a responsibility to communicate facts about climate change accurately. I am a climate scientist, and I can confidently say that there is not ONE scientist who studies climate change (and isn't in the pocket of an oil company) that will deny that humans are causing significant climate warming. At this point, virtually ALL the scientific uncertainty is about the specific manifestations of said warming (is this specific glacier going to shrink more quickly, is this area going to experience more storms, etc.), but the general trend AND CAUSE is completely uncontroversial within the scientific community. Here are a few resources: 1. A quick, 60 second introduction. A good example of how to speak about climate change concisely and factually: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4e5UPu1co0 2. A very informative video series from Scishow. They do a great job: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PFhrpyWV-w 3. The real deal. As journalists, I would encourage you all to dig into the actual IPCC report, but I realize it's a bit much. Start with the headline statements, then check out the summary for policymakers. https://www.ipcc.ch/report/sixth-assessment-report-cycle/ I realize this is a bit aggressive, but as you said, climate change is significantly affecting mountain biking! It's important for a mountain biking website to be able to talk about climate change well! Thanks for all the great work.
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Feb 1, 2021 at 16:04
Feb 1, 2021
Selling
Feb 1, 2021 at 16:02
Feb 1, 2021

Faction Candide CT 5.0 183

$800 USD
These are brand new, in plastic. 183cm long, 122mm waist, reverse camber powder skis. Absolute beefmeisters. Willing to negotiate on price. Will ship anywhere, the skis are currently located outside San Francisco. From Faction: This is the ski that Candide Thovex skis more than all others. It is his true go-to. It is the magic shape that inspired this season's entire CT collection. The Faction 2021 CT 5.0 brings the original Candide 4.0 back to life, revived and updated. As playful, poppy and easy to pivot as the first legendary ski we developed with Candide, this twin tip for advanced/expert big mountain skiers has an updated core, rocker curves and construction to polish up the ride and add extra durability. You'll love this ski if: You want skis that float; You want a fat ski that turns a dime and is super playful; You want to ski like Candide; You want a ski with a lighter construction to reduce swing weight.

Selling
Aug 4, 2019 at 15:19
Aug 4, 2019

Transition Sentinel GX Alloy XL

$2600 USD
2018 XL Transition Sentinel, bought new from EVO Denver 1 year ago. I am a professional bike mechanic, and this bike has been kept running extremely well. Transition's Speed Balanced Geometry is no joke, and this bike descends better than many bikes of more travel. The long reach, slack head angle, steep seat tube angle, and shortened fork offset combine to create a bike that is extremely stable at speed, while remaining nimble and easy to maneuver up technical climbs. I love this bike, and I'm only selling it to upgrade to a carbon-framed version. The XL size should work great for anyone 6 ft and taller—I'm 6'1" and it feels perfect for me. All parts are stock, except for Specialized Butcher tires and Sensus grips. Pedals not included, buyer pays shipping. Please feel free to text me (4152726626) with any questions or requests for additional pictures! Full parts list, with parts condition noted. Frame: Sentinel Alloy XL, 140mm Rear, 160mm Front. Cosmetic scratches and paint chips are pictured, all from shuttling (top tube scratch is from a friend's brake lever), rock strikes, or chainslap. Pivots run smooth, with no play—They have been freshly greased and torqued to spec, as of August 4. No dents or structural damage. Fork: Rockshox Lyrik, w/ Charger Damper. Serviced last spring, feels great currently. Due for a rebuild in a few months. Shock: Fox DPX2. Serviced last spring, also feels great. Due for a rebuild in a couple months. Stem: Raceface Aeffect. Handlebar: Raceface Chester 35. Small cosmetic scratches. Grips: Sensus Disisdaboss Saddle: ANVL Forge Cromo. Slight creak when weight is placed on the nose of the saddle, but other than that has been pretty comfortable for me! Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb Stealth. Works well, I've had no issues with it in a year of use. Brakes: SRAM Code R. Both brakes have been bled recently (end of July) and are working perfectly. Another bleed is probably in order in a couple months. Drivetrain: SRAM GX Eagle. The drivetrain is currently shifting flawlessly, but the chain should probably be replaced soon—it's nearing 70% wear. The cassette and chainring will likely last through the lifetime of 1 more chain. The cranks and the derailleur have some scratches, but nothing that impacts the bike's performance. Wheelset: E*Thirteen TRS rims laced to Novatec hubs. The rear rim has a few dents, and is not perfectly true, but I recently re-tensioned all the spokes and breathed a good amount of life back into the wheel. It seats up Tubeless with no issues, and responds well on the trail. The largest dent is pictured, the others are smaller and harder to see in photos. Both hubs have performed flawlessly, and the front wheel remains true and dent-free. Tires: Specialized Butcher 2.6, BLK DMND rear, GRID front. Both tires have >80% of their life left in them. They're great aggressive trail tires, and corner so well!

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