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Jun 29, 2019 at 14:55Jun 29, 2019
Jun 29, 2019 at 14:54Jun 29, 2019
2011 Specialized Safire FSR Comp - Small frame Owned for just about 4 years. We bought from Pinkbike from a couple out west. If I recall correctly, we are the second owner. If I had to guess, she rode it for less than 200mi. She has since got a hardtail that she seems to like better, so it's time to sell. Safire's seem to be listed for prices all over the map, so please make an offer, the worst thing I can say is no! I will ship anywhere in the US, I have a few bike boxes, and/or can get it professionally boxed/shipped by a local bike shop if you'd prefer. Shipping and packing (if I'm not doing it myself) is on top of the purchase price. Cockpit: Specialized Ariel Women Specific Design Seat, Specialized seatpost, Specialized stem, Specialized bars, Specialized seatpost clamp, ODI Oury double lockon grips. Suspension: 120mm front and rear. Rock Shox Reba SL RLT fork with upper and lower schrader valves, compression dampening, rebound dampening, and gate setting. Fox Triad shock with open, propedal, and lockout positions. Drivetrain: SRAM X7 3x front derailleur, SRAM X9 10spd rear derailleur, SRAM X7 3x10 shifters, SRAM GXP 3x cranks. Brakes: Avid Elixir R SL, 160mm front rotor, 140mm rear rotor. Wheels: DT Swiss 420 SL hoops, DR Swiss hubs, DT Swiss front 10mm lightweight thru axle, skewer rear axle. Tires: 100mi old Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35". Very wide, very grippy. We run plus-like low tire pressures... she's 105-110lb and we run 14psi front 16psi rear. Traction for days. Tubeless with rim tape and Stan’s sealant. Upgrades (that are included in the purchase price): KS E-ten 100mm dropper seatpost with remote lever on handlebars. 680mm wide carbon handlebars. Removed big ring and installed Shimano bash guard. White Bontrager RL bottle cage Other included parts: all stock parts - Seatpost, handlebars, big front chainring, and whatever else I took off/upgraded. Not included: Xpedo Spry pedals that are pictured Weight: As pictured, 28lbs. Optional for additional cost: Specialized Phenom carbon frame saddle. SRAM Rise 60 carbon wheelset with straight pull SRAM Rise 60 marked hubs (they're XO or XX, I forget now though), tubeless with rim tape and Stan’s sealant, SRAM skewers, Schwalbe Rocket Ron Evolution series Lightskin. These make this bike crazy light for a longer travel full suspension bike, 25.5lbs! They also have 160mm/140mm Avid rotors. We ran the wide Hans Dampf's in winter/mud season (spring) and anywhere super technical/rocky/gnarly… then the Rocket Ron's in late summer/fall and for more fast XC type riding. Everything functions as it should. Ready to ride! Lastly, she's 5'3" and she has TONS of standover clearance.
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Jun 28, 2019 at 18:29Jun 28, 2019
2008 Santa Cruz Heckler - Small Frame Owned for slightly less than 5 years. We bought from Pinkbike from a guy in southern Ohio, who, if I recall correctly, bought it new. If I had to guess, she rode it for less than 100mi. She has two other bikes, and gravitates towards the hardtail more now-a-days, it seems, so it's time to sell. Heckler's seem to be listed for prices all over the map, so please make an offer, the worst thing I can say is no! I will ship anywhere in the US, I have a few bike boxes, and/or can get it professionally boxed/shipped by a local bike shop if you'd prefer. Shipping and packing (if I'm not doing it myself) is on top of the purchase price. Cockpit: Truvativ Stylo bars, seatpost, and stem. Santa cruz adjustable seatpost clamp. ODI double lock on grips. Cane creek headset. Suspension: 6" travel front and rear. Rock Shox Sector R fork and Fox Float R shock Drivetrain: Shimano 2x 9spd drivetrain, with e.thirteen bash guard and chain guide, SLX derailleur, extra spare derailleur hanger. Brakes: Avid Elixir CR brakes 185mm front and 160mm rear Wheels: WTB FX28 rims, shimano hubs, maxxis ardent 2.25 rear, S-works The Captain 2.2 front. Other: Santa Cruz Velcro chainstay protector. Unsure what pedals they are but they are quite good and can stay with the bike. The seat can stay too. Everything functions as it should. Ready to ride!