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Sep 22, 2018 at 20:55Sep 22, 2018
Sep 22, 2018 at 20:51Sep 22, 2018
Hey all! I am selling a lightly used 2018 Scott Genius that I bought in April. It took me about a month to get it built and running, so my first ride on it was in May. It has around 15 or so rides on it currently. I do have some additional options/ upgrades for this bike that I will list in the Spec sheet to make sure that you get the best possible build for your preferences. Specifically, I can sell it with either 29 or 27.5+ wheels and tires. Frame: Scott Genius Large Shock: (UPGRADED) Rockshox Super Deluxe (will also include the stock shock) Fork: Fox 36 150mm FIT4 Wheels: (OPTIONS) Stock Syncros/ DT Swiss (29) or Syncros/ DT Swiss (27.5+) Tires: (OPTIONS) Schwalbe Nobby Nic (29) or Maxxis Rekon (27.5+) Drivetrain: XO1 Eagle Brakes: (OPTIONS) Sram Guide RSC or Sram Code RSC (+$150) Bar/Stem: (OPTIONS) Syncros Hixon or Truvativ Descendant Carbon bar and 50mm Descendant Stem (+150) Seatpost: Fox Transfer 150mm Grips: ODI Feel free to text me or message me through here, I'll get back as quickly as I can.
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Jul 18, 2018 at 21:51Jul 18, 2018
Jul 18, 2018 at 21:50Jul 18, 2018
I'm selling my awesome Trek Crockett that I've used for the past year. It's been a super versatile bike, I've used it as a CX bike, a road bike, a crit bike, a gravel bike and a trainer bike over the past year and it's really great in tons of situations. The only reason I'm selling it is because I need some more high-speed gears to keep up in road races. Frame: Trek Crockett 58cm (I am 5' 11" and the bike could fit a few inches taller or shorter) Group: Rival 1x11 speed Wheels: Bontrager RL Tires: Challenge Grifo (less than 5 rides) It has a chain with only a few trainer rides on it so it's ready to roll :) Feel free to text or email me if you're interested.
Jul 18, 2018 at 21:48Jul 18, 2018
I have for sale a basically new Scott Foil 20 Disc. It has less than 200 miles on it. I bought it planning to race and ride a lot this summer, however, due to a second job and summer classes, I have had much much less time than I expected. I hate to see it go, but I hate seeing a great bike collecting dust even more. Hoping it can find a new home and enjoy some time out on the road. It is totally stock, haven't even cut the steerer yet. Retail is $3800, or around $4050 out the door with tax.
Brycelewis RichardCunningham's article
Jul 18, 2018 at 15:01Jul 18, 2018
Scott Genius 920 - Review
@mkul7r4: I have the Genius and the Spark and while I use it ALL THE TIME on the Spark, I don't really feel the need to use it on my Genius. I replaced the rear shock with a Super Deluxe and have zero regrets, wish this was an option from the factory.
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Apr 27, 2018 at 18:20Apr 27, 2018
Apr 27, 2018 at 18:12Apr 27, 2018
Hey all, I have for sale a 2017 Trek Slash 9.9. Certainly the most capable bike I've ever ridden and it makes you feel invincible. I'll truly miss this bike. The bike is in great condition and everything rides as smoothly and quietly as it always has. Suspension feels great, no creaks, really just a great bike. There's a bit of custom graphics work on it with a Red, White and Blue shock decal with a matching fender that will come with the bike. Frame Trek Slash 9.9 RSL 19.5" Rear Shock Fox Factory Float X2, 2-position damper, high/low speed rebound and compression Fork Fox Factory 36 Talas, high/low speed compression adjust Handlebar Bontrager Line Pro, OCLV Carbon, 35mm, 27.5mm rise, 780mm width Stem Bontrager Line Pro, Knock Block, 35mm, 0 degree Grips ERGON GA1 Brakes SRAM Guide Ultimate carbon hydraulic disc (200/180) Drivetrain SRAM X01 Eagle, 12 speed Wheels Bontrager Line Elite 30, Tubeless Ready Tires Bontrager SE4 Team Issue, 29x2.40 Seatpost Fox Transfer Factory 31.6 (NEW) with Raceface Blue Anodized Lever And I'll throw in the limited edition color matched pedals & cleats for $100 if you really want to round out the patriotic build ;) Feel free to reach out if you have any questions!
Brycelewis mikekazimer's article
Jan 9, 2018 at 12:56Jan 9, 2018
Race Face Next R Cranks - Review
Hopefully these R versions are much stronger than the standard ones. I've broken two arms from the OG Next SL cranks at the pedal spindle, one arm at the spindle insert and a SL G4 at the pedal insert that they supposedly beefed up. All within two years. For reference I weigh 175lbs and have never had an issue with any other carbon crank in 6 years.