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Mar 29, 2017 at 7:05Mar 29, 2017
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Selling my 2016 command post IRcc 125 mm, 30.9 with 10 micro adjustment positions. New condition, used about 2 months/ or 100 miles. Bought a new 175mm fall line dropper. Decided to keep the SRL lever and sell the command post with the Fall line lever. Comes with the lever adapter as well (not pictured). You pay Pay Pal fees and shipping. No low ball offers please, it's already priced to sell.
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Dec 3, 2016 at 15:52Dec 3, 2016
Dec 3, 2016 at 15:47Dec 3, 2016
I am selling my 2007 Ellsworth Epiphany- Large. It serves as my back up bike, so It doesn’t get ridden much. It just has just been serviced at performance bicycles including front and rear shocks, new seals, oil, etc. Some specs include: Fox Float RP23 shock- three settings + ProPedal or open- allowing for 5 inches of travel Fox Talas Float 32mm 140 fork (three height settings (100-120-140) + lockout; low speed compression and rebound damping adjustable) It’s in good condition with just one small ding in the frame (see photos). Bicycle blue book estimate for the frame is currently 475-500. There’s no Bluebook estimate for the complete bike. Bike is mostly stock from 2007, and was originally MSRP at 5k back in 2007. Buyer pays shipping and pay pal fees.
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Dec 3, 2016 at 14:49Dec 3, 2016
I am selling my 2013 XL/ 21” Trek Rumblefish 29er. I am the original owner, and purchased from Trek in 2013. Original retail price was just under 2500.00. Here are the stocks specs from the Trek website: http://archive.trekbikes.com/us/en/2013/Trek/rumblefish#/us/en/2013/Trek/rumblefish/details I have added the following upgrades: 29” Easton Havens (Gen 5), with M1 hubs- purchased less than 2 years ago. Gravity dropper turbo LP- 2 years old. I bought 2 extra cable housings, and cables that come with it. Also, the brakes were upgraded to 4 piston Trail 7 brakes. The front and rear shocks were just serviced, new seal kits/ fluid for each. I have taken the bike in annually to be serviced at performance bikes. I plan on taking the bike in very soon for the final service, as the 2 year service plan expires in February, so it will be dialed by the time it finds a new home. This has been a great XC bike, and an excellent climber. Rear shock has 3 settings: Lockout, trail, and downhill, which makes it like 3 bikes in one. Bike has typical wear and tear scratches.Also, Trek replaced the lower part of the rear triangle about 2 years ago because of a dent in the frame. See pics, and let me know if you have any questions.