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Oct 4, 2018 at 10:35Oct 4, 2018
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Aug 8, 2018 at 19:53Aug 8, 2018
Aug 8, 2018 at 19:53Aug 8, 2018
*PRICED TO SELL* This bike is only a year old (same geometry as 2018 model just a different color) and I am trying to fund my next bike. Just had a full overhaul on it, bike rides silent, only thing you hear is the beautiful i9 torch hubs screaming out back behind you ripping down the trail. This is one of the best 'one quiver' bikes to own for riding trails or pointing it down for some enduro, the bike becomes more alive the faster you go. You truly do have to see it in person to appreciate it, total head turner and gets compliments everywhere. It is the Santa Cruz HighTower CC XX1 Eagle build 12 speed, with carbon ENVE rims, this build was the $10,000 top of the line option from Santa Cruz last year. And I have added some upgrades to it and have a ton of goodies to throw in as well. I have upgraded a few things from the stock build such as the E.Thirteen Tires (brand new tires, hairs still on the tread, 30m of ride time on them), Santa Cruz 35mm x 760 Riser Bar and a 50mm Chromag stem, installed a Sram Ceramic BB (retail for the BB is north of $150) and a oneup chain guide and bashguard (retail $80), front mudguard ($10) Have a plethora of extra goodies such as... extra bearings, spare upper and lower linkage, 150mm air shaft for the pike (able to put the 140mm or 150mm depending on desired amount of travel, additional tokens, maxle thru axle, and other goodies to throw in. Bike is an absolute monster and will rip anything. The sticker is scraped on the fork (cosmetic) and there is a small paint chip behind the chainring. I can take pictures of drivetrain, cockpit, underside, anywhere you want, just ask. I can facetime as well for viewing it live. I will also PAY for shipping and have my bike shop pack it professionally via BikeFlights, this thing is priced to sell. I'll keep the pedals and water bottle mount. Selling the bike to build a 27.5" wheelsize. About Frame - Siracha Red, Material Carbon CC Fork - Rock Shox Pike 29 RCT3 140 (have a 150mm air shaft to throw in) Shock - Rock Shox Monarch RT3 (135mm) Rear Dérailleur - SRAM XX1 Eagle Shifters - SRAM XX1 Eagle Chainring - SRAM XX1 Size 30 Tooth Crankset - SRAM XX1 Eagle SRAM Bottom Bracket - Included w/ crankset Cassette - SRAM XX1 Eagle; 10-50t Chain - GOLD SRAM XX1 Eagle Powerlock Brakes - SRAM Guide ULTIMATE Rotors - SRAM Avid Centerline; 180mm Headset - Cane Creek 110, Integrated Bars - Santa Cruz Carbon Riser 35mm clamp, 760mm Stem - Chromag 50mm Grips - Santa Cruz Palmdale Lock-on Front Hub - Industry Nine Torch Torque Cap; 110x15mm Industry Nine Torch Torque Cap; 110x15mm Rear Hub - Industry Nine Torch 148x12 Industry Nine Torch 148x12 Rims - ENVE m60/40 Rims with custom color options Spokes - DT Swiss Competition Double-Butted Front Tire - E.thirteen TRSr 29x2.35 Rear Tire - E.thirteen TRS+ 29x 2.35 Tubes Stans Sealant Seat Post - Rock Shox Reverb Stealth; 150mm travel Saddle - WTB Silverado SLT pivot, firebird, ibis, evil, santa cruz, enduro, trail, yeti, canyon, gt, giant, trek, nukeproof, orbea, rallon, specialized, diamondback, cannondale, jeffsy, capra, shimano
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Jun 28, 2018 at 18:30Jun 28, 2018
Jesse Melamed Injured At EWS France
Is it the season to break collarbones...? I just broke mine this past Sunday and can't move my arm past 90 degrees. Hoping to be able to be one of the lucky 6 week cases. Fistfuls of magnesium and calcium vitamins, plus eating healthy is key! Goodluck to all my other broken collar bone sympathizers.