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Rode in Mill Pond. view ridelog
Jul 29, 2018 at 12:10
Jul 29, 2018
quotes Mill Reservoir
21.2 km - 04:36
Added 10 photos to 2015-Trek-Fuel-EX-8
Jan 8, 2018 at 15:16
Jan 8, 2018
Jan 8, 2018 at 15:15
Jan 8, 2018

Trek Fuel EX-8

$1600 USD
For sale is my much loved Trek Fuel EX-8 with 431 miles per Strava. I am the original owner and have taken very good care of this bike - always cleaned after every ride, chain lubed, forks wiped down, frame cleaned with spray wax and the fork serviced at least annually with Fox fluids. It has always been stored inside in a heated area, never ridden in the rain, zero park days, no jumps or drops. Just hunting and pecking my way through Massachusetts gnar. Overall condition is very good - It's only bucked me a few times but outside from a scratch here and there, no structural damage. I am a detail person and did my research before updating to a 1x10 system. There is a OneUp extender cog out back for extra range, OneUp Radr cage on the Shimano XT Shadow Plus mech to ensure crisp shifting and the chainline has been preserved up front. In the process of converting to 1x I retained the granny ring up front...just in case. No more front mech, but you can reach down and manually move the chain into the granny ring in the event the climb is tedious. Just don't tell your friends. Wheels are Bontrager Duster Elite TLR converted to tubeless with wide 2.35" Bontrager XR4 tires for extra grip. Is currently wearing a Raceface 50mm stem but I do have the OEM if you want more reach. Fox 32 fork damper was upgraded to a FIT4 damper. I will also return the brake rotors to the OEM Shimano units that were removed at zero miles. Bike currently wears a Fox Factory shock, upgraded from the EX-8's standard DCRV unit to a RE:aktiv (read about it here:…/First-Lo…/Slideshow,0/bturman,109 and here:…/2015-trek-fuel-ex-275-reaktiv-sh…). I was going to reinstall the OEM shock, but we can discuss leaving it on if this is your preference. I also have a second set of Duster Elite TLR wheels that can be negotiated into the price. No squeaks, creaks or other negatives except three very small scratches on one of the fork stanchions which I meticulously cleaned and filled. You can see the contrast with the fork color, but you can't feel the mark with your finger. No fork or shock leaks or other problems. I will clean the bike up and service the fork before handing it over.

Added 7 photos to 2013-Trek-Mamba
Jul 8, 2017 at 5:01
Jul 8, 2017
Jul 8, 2017 at 4:59
Jul 8, 2017

Trek Mamba 29er, Mint Condition!

$575 USD
Black/White/Orange. Less than 100 miles on it. Purchased in the fall of 2013 and not ridden since late 2014. Not crashed, scratched or damaged. Paint always waxed and chain lubed after every ride. Stored indoors. Super clean. Size M - the last of the hydroformed frames. 29er and 27 speeds. Easily converted to 1X if you want to be more trail focused. Otherwise an excellent all-rounder and capable of getting you into the woods. Bike is totally OEM except for the Rockshox fork which was upgraded to include Rockshox's Motion Control damper and the coil spring was replaced with an air spring. It's no Pike, but it's much better than the standard springer XC-32. Original MSRP: $1,000 Here is a link to Trek's specs: Here is a link to a review: RaceFace Pedals, all mountain Continental Mountain King/Trail King tires, and an unused bleed kit for the brakes are available separately

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