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Oct 14, 2020 at 15:21
Oct 14, 2020
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Oct 14, 2020 at 15:18
Oct 14, 2020

XPREZO WUUU 26.5LBS

$2200 CAD
Brand - XPREZO, Model/yr - Wuuu 2015. Canadian made XC , 115mm (4.5") travel. Only 26.5 LBS!! Tripple butted aluminum front tiangle, chromoly steel rear. Super fast on the climbs and decends remarkably well for a nimble sub 5" light bike. This is not my primary bike thus use is relatively low. Bike is in excellent condition, well mainated and needs nothing. Ready to rip. High end components, over 6K new. Negotiable though no lowballers please. I'm in Kamloops, Listed as Nanaimo as I'm travelling to the island Oct 17-22nd with Rocky Mountain Slayer for sale.

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Jul 6, 2020 at 15:19
Jul 6, 2020
Selling
Jul 6, 2020 at 15:13
Jul 6, 2020

SLAYER CARBON 70 27.5

$6000 CAD
UPDATE 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer C 70 27.5 $7699 MSRP https://www.bikes.com/en/bikes/slayer/2020 One Up pedals $165 MSRP https://can.oneupcomponents.com/products/aluminum-pedal?variant=7729377116204 One Up EDC Tool inc cap $111 MSRP https://can.oneupcomponents.com/products/edc-tool-system Joystick Analog 35 mm Carbon bar $214 MSRP https://cad.ridejoystick.com/collections/handlebars/products/analog-carbon-31-8-35 Joystick Binary stem (Digger edition) $150 MSRP https://cad.ridejoystick.com/collections/stems/products/copy-of-imprint-saddle Total Package $8339 (not inc tax) I bought this bike fall of 2019, rode a handfull of times. Reduced from $6450 asking price to $6000 is firm. Firm as this bike was not used this year all but one time. I live in Kamloops though just listed as Nanaimo as I'm travelling to Vancouver Island Oct 17-22nd and bringing the bike with me.

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Feb 19, 2020 at 11:30
Feb 19, 2020
Selling
Feb 19, 2020 at 11:26
Feb 19, 2020

XPREZO ADHOC

$2200 CAD
Bought bike new in 2015, MSRP was $6600 + tax. Made in Canada. 27.5 w/ 150mm rear 160mm front. HTA 66.6 degees, STA 76 degrees, ridden 3 seasons, no use in past 2 years. Located in Kamloops though can potentially deliver to Vancouver or Kelowna pending my travel schedule. It climbs excellent, point it down and add some gravity and this bike really rips!!! Has a very responsive nimble feel to it. The chromoly rear end seems to slingshot you out of the corners. You can see the photo of the original chain at 50% wear. It shows really well for a bike ridden three seasons, everything works flawlessly, never had any troubles with any of the components. Suspension serviced not long before I stopped riding it. Pivots are off the shelf ball bearing sealed cartridge thus easy to source should it be needed. Only thing it may need in the near future is front brake pads. I've taken photos of all the components thus you should be able to see what it's equipped with. One thing maybe not obvious is the fork as well as having climb/trail/descend also has variable height and you can set it to 130mm for those steep long climbs. This bike weighs less than most carbon bikes in it's class regardless that it's rear triangle is chromoly steel and front is alloy. I included a photo on the scale. I've put many a carbon bike of same caliber on this scale who claimed to weigh less and not one actually was. All material sourced top of the line, varied thickness, triple butted. Lightweight AND strong!! I've included a link here to a Pinkbike review where much info including full geo specs is listed. The reviewer was stoked by the DH ability though not so much on it's climbing ability. I wondered what he was comparing to as compared to all the bikes I've ridden I think it climbs incredibly well for a bike of this descending capability. https://www.pinkbike.com/news/xprezo-adhoc-review-2014.html

JeepThing08 mikekazimer's article
Dec 17, 2019 at 6:54
Dec 17, 2019
Field Test: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 90 - The One That Broke
Pro riders have been beating the crap out of the new Slayer. There’s been a few on the market now since September. Given this bike broke so early in it’s life and no reports of this failure on any others I’m going to assume it’s a fluke and keep sending it. I bought my 27.5 C70 in September, loving it and no regrets. While I do think the ‘20 climbs great for it’s DH capability I’ve decided to keep my ‘17 Slayer as well for the more pedally trails. I find they compliment each other well. I have since passed along my DH bike to a young shredder down the street from me as I’d never ride it again. PB saying the 20’ lacks high speed stability. Hmmm. Maybe it’s relative and the other bikes are just that awesome as I wouldn’t say the same from my time on it so far. Perhaps I’m not pushing it to the limits they are. ????????‍♂️
JeepThing08 mikekazimer's article
Sep 2, 2019 at 17:29
Sep 2, 2019
First Ride: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer
Nope. I have a 2017 and though as much as I love it, the 2020 does take the dh to the next level with barely a noticeable decrease in climbing ability over the 2017. I was a bit of a sceptic too though 3 rides in I’m feelin’ the stoke.
JeepThing08 mikekazimer's article
Sep 2, 2019 at 17:03
Sep 2, 2019
First Ride: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer
Oh and side not, new trails at Sun Peaks are pretty awesome !!!
JeepThing08 mikekazimer's article
Sep 2, 2019 at 16:43
Sep 2, 2019
First Ride: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer
3 rides in on my new 27.5 C70. My 2017 Slayer was set up perfect right out of the box. I made the mistake of assuming the same of the 2020. I hit a rocky knoll that I never really noticed on the 17 that sent me flying into a back scorpion around a tree. And the fast rocky sections rattled my teeth. Though a bit of a stoke killer I assumed I need to spend some time on suspension set up and spent my next ride solo dialling it in. 3rd ride was at Sun Peaks where I regained the stoke. The 2020 comfortably handled trails that would have been near my limit on the 2017. Hit the steeper rocky sections with control and predictable pop on the jump trails. Ate up the washboard chatter almost like it wasn’t there. While I’m looking forward to getting it onto some bigger hit trails it’s leaving me with the impression I may not need my DH specific bike any longer. And it climbs nearly as well at the 2017 which is pretty damn awesome for a bike as capable as it is pointed downward. Feeling the stoke and a big thumbs up!!! I actually committed to this bike before I even knew what it was. thanks to my bike pimp Shred for calling me up to tell me I was buying a new bike. ...stoked.
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