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Manufacturer Switches to Threaded Bottom Bracket, Pinkbike Commenter Does Not Purchase as Promised
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Made With Love: Industry Nine - Video
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Added 9 photos to Giant-Anthem
Jun 21, 2017 at 15:31Jun 21, 2017
Jun 21, 2017 at 15:28Jun 21, 2017
This is a 2015 Giant Anthem Advanced, custom build. 27.5/650b wheels, size large. Carbon front triangle, aluminum swing arm. 100mm front and rear travel, super fast and efficient XC whippet set up like this, or you can up-fork to 120mm and throw a short stem on for a super light trail bike. Just over of 25 pounds in this orientation, but with a carbon crank and cockpit, convert the wheels/tires to tubeless, and a 23 pound weight is easily reachable. Pivots are good to go, fork and shock were just serviced. 10 speed 1x drivetrain, 15mm thru axle front, 142x12 rear. This thing is built to rip for a long time. Will install Eagle GX for $300 extra, as I have an XD driver for this wheelset. Can install Race Face internally routed 125mm dropper I have with the purchase of this bike for $150 additional as well. Parts list: Giant SL Handlebars Giant SL stem Oury grips Roxkshox Sid XX fork w/ hydraulic lockout Fox CTD Shock Thomson Seatpost Specialized 143mm phenom saddle Sram Stylo crank Wheels Manufacturing thread fit BB, Sram GXP compatible Race Face n/w 34t chainring Sram PCX1 chain Sram x9 shifter and long cage derailleur Sram 11-36 1170 cassette with Hope t-Rex 40t expander (maybe shifted into 5 times since new) Hope pro 2 evo hubs (fully convertible) Pacenti DL 31 rims (tubeless friendly) Sapim Race Spokes, brass nipples Shimano SLX brakes Sram center line 'floating' rotors (f:180mm r:160mm) No pedals $1400 shipped CONUS. $1300 picked up in Chicago.
Added 7 photos to Hope-Crankset
Apr 6, 2016 at 17:48Apr 6, 2016
Apr 6, 2016 at 17:40Apr 6, 2016
This is a brand new Hope crankset. I haven't even put the spline into the drive-side. It has 175mm arms, and has the 104bcd spider pre-installed. All of the crank mounting tools are included in the box, as well as chainring bolts and the spider tool. This is the most amazing piece of bicycle bling I've ever put my hands on. I was playing with mount bolt that comes pre-threaded into the end of the spindle...it was the smoothest thread I've ever felt. It's an exceptionally engineered part. Unfortunately, it won't work with the bike I wanted to put it on because it had an open BB that will allow it to rub on the dropper cable inside the frame). The price is for the crank & spider, shipped. $75 more for the nicest, longest lasting BSA threaded BB in the game. It will fit any/all frames (BB30, PF30, BB86/92, T47, Threaded) with proper bottom bracket. All of this retails for over $500. I'll honor the warranty. Specs found here: http://www.hopetech.com/hope-cranks/
Added 5 photos to Transition-Trans-Am
Jan 13, 2016 at 16:52Jan 13, 2016
Jan 13, 2016 at 16:49Jan 13, 2016
This is a lightly used 2015 Transition Trans Am frame set in graphite. It was dosed with frame saver, and everything was faced and chased before it was built. This thing is ready to rock. No major damage to speak of, but it was built and ridden for a couple months, so there are a couple nicks in the paint here and there, but again, nothing close to major. It's a ripper for sure, but I live in Chicago (it's flat here). Fork and headset: $425 For $750 total: You get the frame, a 720mm wide alloy handlebar, Oury Grips, a Thomson 50mm stem, and a Cane Creek 40 headset with interlocking carbon spacers and a X-Fusion Sweep RL2 fork with a remote, freshly serviced by X-Fusion when I had the height adjusted to 130mm.