Downhill / enduro rider who loves shredding trails and inspiring the mtb stoke in other riders.
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Jan 4, 2019 at 1:47Jan 4, 2019
Oct 15, 2018 at 13:07Oct 15, 2018
Hi everyone, Ive got a 2015 Scott Gambler 720 in great condition. I bought the bike a little over a year ago and it has been a dream to ride. It is mechanic owned and has been well cared for in the time that I owned it. Its relatively stock with only a few upgrades. The bike has brand new continental tires, with a Der baron up front and Der kaiser in the rear. These are some of the grippyest tires I've used and I'm a big fan of them. The bike has a set of brand new ergon grips and I will also throw in a 31.8mm cromag stem if you want to swap out the bars. Currently it has the stock 800mm syncros bars. Other than that the bike is completely stock. I did a full service on this bike about a week before I posted this ad; which included fresh bearing grease in the linkage, a brake bleed, and truing the wheels. It rides better than it ever has before. However, there is one thing I should point out. The fork has a slight rattle caused by the spring hitting the inside of the stanchion. This doesn't affect the ride quality at all. Its just an annoying thing to fix. The only reason I'm selling this shredder is because I need more of an enduro bike. If you have a modern enduro bike and are looking to get a downhiller, I'm open to trades. If I had the money to buy one and keep this bike I defiantly would. Anyway, this is a awesome bike with a long fun life ahead of it. So if your interested or want some more info on it shoot me a text or give me a call. Also, the buyer will pay shipping if you need it shipped. Happy Trails, Pete
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Sep 4, 2018 at 10:49Sep 4, 2018
Finished: Ask Us Anything With GT Bicycles
Ive got a question for the boys over at GT Bikes. Which bike in your lineup is going to be the loosest, fastest, and most fun to smash through the techyest of descents, however when my cross country friends want to ride I could still rip some singletrack and the occasional climb? How rowdy can this bike get? And How fat will my wips get? Because all those factors are important for asserting dominance at the local track. Thanks Ya Boi, Pete
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Feb 3, 2017 at 22:17Feb 3, 2017
I have a 2009 Rocky Mountain Slayer slopestyle edition for sale. The bike is setup for DH riding with a Marzocchi Junior T fork (170mm) and a fox Dhx 4.0 Rear Shock "8. It has a new set of Asonic Outlaw 26" rims. The drivetrain is setup as a 1x10 with a SRAM GX derailleur and an x7 shifter. Other upgrades include Renthal bars, Thompson stem, freshly bled TRP Slate T4 4 piston brakes, brand new specalized butcher rear tire (not shown in pictures) and many more. This bike Shreds and is awesome for rough high-speed downhill and hucks far. The enduro like gearing does make the bike good for enduro rides but don't expect it to climb like an XC bike because its a downhiller with a 40t rear cog. Looking to trade for a enduro or downhill bike with 160mm or more of travel.
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