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Jun 7, 2018 at 10:07
Jun 7, 2018
Selling
Jun 7, 2018 at 10:03
Jun 7, 2018

Santa Cruz Heckler - 800 OBO - Motivated to Sell

$800 USD
Bike has been heavily used for enduro and cross country. Definitely not perfect condition but still a blast to ride. The air rear shock and fork make it light and maneuverable. . Brakes: Hayes Stroker Drivetrain: SRAM X-7 shifters, SRAM X-9 Derailleur Suspension: Fox FloatR rear shock, Fox Float 34 fork Tires: Hutchinson Bulldog set 26 X 2.5 Will include a set of Nokian 26 X 2.1 Studded tires for snow riding!

Added 20 photos to 2010-Demo-8-ii---for-sale
Jun 7, 2018 at 8:42
Jun 7, 2018
Selling
Jun 7, 2018 at 8:36
Jun 7, 2018

Specialized Demo 8 ii - 1300 - OBO - Motivated to sell

$1300 USD
Up for sale is my 2010 Demo 8 ii. This is my favorite bike of all time, if you are a Sam Hill or Darren Berrecloth fan you understand why. BUT unfortunately I broke my back riding 6 years ago and this bike has just been collecting dust in my garage. I am the second owner and have worked at a shop for 5 years where it was well maintained. Previous owner road for the Steve Pete Syndicate Team back in the day. The fork and rear shock were both freshly rebuilt with maybe 2 rides on them. There is a small scratch on the left stanchion. Photos are included. Fork: RockShox Boxxer World Cup Rear Shock: Fox DHX RC4 - 500 LB Spring Upgraded Stem: Raceface Atlas Freeride direct mount Drivetrain: -SRAM X-9 Shifter - Rear Derailure -Shimano Ultegra - I have loved the short cage and have had zero issues for years Brakes: -Front: Avid ElixirR -Rear: Avid Code CR - Definitely could use a bleed or replacement. WILL INCLUDE NEW AVID ElixirR rear brake Rims: Custom DT Swiss F550 Tires: Front Maxxis High Roller 26 X 2.5 Rear: Maxxis Minion 26 X 2.5 Pedals: Answer Rove flat pedals Saddle: WTB DEVO Thinline Could use new grips and tires on their way out. Open to any and all offers. Might consider trades, can't hurt to ask. Please reach out with any questions!

DudeAwsome pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 17, 2017 at 11:17
Aug 17, 2017
Replay: Pinkbike LIVE From Whistler - Graham Agassiz, Thomas Vanderham, Carson Storch, R-Dog, and Casey Brown
Aggy/Everyone: I broke my back freeriding 5 yrs ago and have struggled to get back on the bike. It kills me to see my bikes collecting dust in the garage but have not been able to work up the courage to pull them out again. How have you overcome your biggest accidents? And what helped you get back on the bike?
DudeAwsome evocsports's article
Jul 27, 2014 at 22:20
Jul 27, 2014
Fail Of The Month - July
#5 is the same way i broke my back, thank god he is ok
DudeAwsome mikekazimer's article
Mar 31, 2014 at 20:34
Mar 31, 2014
Exclusive First Look: Prototype Enduro Sashâ„¢
And its not even april fools yet
DudeAwsome RyanLeech's article
Nov 8, 2013 at 16:14
Nov 8, 2013
ProVisions 6 - Injuries Justified
Blythy I was a Grade A when it happened but thankfully it was mainly due to swelling and through surgery and list of rehab it has gone down to a Grade D. There is hope I know it is a scary thing, I was in the hospital 2 days ago because I actually broke my nose and was having crazy flashbacks of the incidents. It is ok to let the injury define who you are but don't let it define what you can do. All of my friends call me broke back mountain biking and I laugh about it. But the believe me you can get past it.
DudeAwsome RyanLeech's article
Nov 8, 2013 at 8:27
Nov 8, 2013
ProVisions 6 - Injuries Justified
Blythy and em-j we should start a club here. A little over a year ago I broke my t6,7, and 8 with spinal cord damage as well. I remember when it first happened I told my mom before I got home from the hospital I wanted my bike gone and to never see it again, boy am I glad she didn't listen to me. With continuous therapy to this day (had PT just this morning) I have had the privilege to ride my bike again and its a beautiful thing. But you do not have to be on the bike to make an impact on this beautiful community we have. em-j I wish you a speedy recovery and Blythy the body works in mysterious ways I will keep you in my prayers. I hope it does not deter you away from our mountain biking community we are all here to support you.
DudeAwsome claw's article
Oct 10, 2013 at 13:39
Oct 10, 2013
Darren Berrecloth at Rampage, Ask Me Anything!
First of you are a legend. But second last season I had an accident in which i managed to break my back in 3 places. Seeing as you have also had experiences with injured backs, How does one come back from such an injury? do you feel as if your riding has been altered at all from before breaking your back?
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