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Liv Hail 1, Small

$1450 GBP
2017 Liv Hail 1, bought new from Giant Southampton. This was an upgrade for my wife from her previous Kona Precept. At the time the Small size was the correct option (given the size and geo of her Kona) but with time she has outgrown it slightly. With a new bike on the way it is time to free up some space in the stable. This bike has been a gem from the word go and we have done our best to keep it running well throughout. Whilst it has been around the world and ridden in some of the planet’s finest locations, it is still in good condition for its age and usage. 2020 saw a very minimal amount of riding, so whilst most major maintenance jobs haven’t necessarily been completed since, these jobs are mostly well under their hours. - Main areas heli-taped from new. Some has been removed for sale. Minor scrapes, rubs and dings but generally clean. - Chain, cassette and chainring all replaced summer 2019. There is plenty of life left on all of them, with only minimal chain stretch. - Forks replaced under warranty winter ‘17/18. They were upgraded from the OEM RC model to RCT3s at the same time. Last serviced at TF Tuned summer 2019 - Shock replaced under warranty Sept 2019 - Dropper post damper assembly replaced Oct 2020. There is significant wear on the shaft but the post operates well, if not with kashima-grade slickness. - Tyres set up tubeless. Bontrager G5 Team Issue, with plenty of life on both. - Comes with DMR V12 pedals as shown. Size S Colours Blast* Dark Berry / Blast* Berry / Blast* Green (*Blast = rough/fine grit textured finish) Frame ALUXX SL-Grade Aluminium, 160mm Maestro Suspension w/ Advanced Forged Composite Upper Rocker Fork RockShox Lyric RCT3 Dual Position, 130-160mm, Maxle Stealth, Boost 15x110mm, Tapered - replaced under warranty and upgraded from original RC spec Shock RockShox Deluxe R, Trunnion Mount - replaced under warranty, Sept 2019 Handlebar Giant Contact SL DH, 800mm Stem Truvativ Holzfeller Seatpost Giant Contact SL Switch-R Trail Dropper Post 125mm Saddle Liv Contact, Upright/Fabric Scoop Pedals DMR V12 Shifters SRAM GX1 11 speed Rear Derailleur SRAM X1 Brakes SRAM Guide RS hydraulic disc brakes, 200/180mm rotors Brake Levers SRAM Guide RS Cassette SRAM XG1180 10x42 Chain KMC X11EL-1 Crankset SRAM X1, Blackspire Snaggletooth Oval 32t, w/ MRP AMG V2 Guide (AL Backplate) Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP Press Fit Rims Giant P-AM2 Boost Wheelset Hubs [F] Giant Tracker Boost 15x110, Sealed Bearing [R] Giant Tracker Boost 12x148, Sealed Bearing Spokes Sapim Race

JunkeeThrottler sarahmoore's article
Jan 13, 2021 at 13:30
Jan 13, 2021
Podcast Round Up: Vaea Verbeeck on Progression, Kade Edwards' Red Bull Sponsorship, Being a Responsible MTBer, & More
@spunmonkey: I feel similarly buddy. Keep up the good work and thanks for listening.
JunkeeThrottler sarahmoore's article
Jan 13, 2021 at 3:39
Jan 13, 2021
Podcast Round Up: Vaea Verbeeck on Progression, Kade Edwards' Red Bull Sponsorship, Being a Responsible MTBer, & More
Thanks for the support. It’s so cool to see it being relevant across the globe. Happy trails
JunkeeThrottler sarahmoore's article
Jan 13, 2021 at 3:38
Jan 13, 2021
Podcast Round Up: Vaea Verbeeck on Progression, Kade Edwards' Red Bull Sponsorship, Being a Responsible MTBer, & More
Cheers guys. It’s pretty crazy around these parts right now but I’m seeing it kicking off all over the place. Really appreciating the continued support from everyone though. Happy trails
JunkeeThrottler danielsapp's article
Oct 10, 2020 at 10:38
Oct 10, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: Which Foot Do You Ride With Forward?
@iantmcg: honestly I think the whole thing is fascinating. Weight placement and spread is so critical to all of these situations, so it’s interesting to see how much it can differ between individuals. Cheers for engaging ????????
JunkeeThrottler danielsapp's article
Oct 10, 2020 at 9:12
Oct 10, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: Which Foot Do You Ride With Forward?
@yetiyot: that you have pretty good balance in terms of how you support your weight? I struggled whilst in the very early stages of learning to snowboard because I couldn’t work out my stance - being almost always goofy led me down that path, but by being regular on a surfboard it confused me. I tried both and settled on goofy eventually, but can ride switch ok (although I am trash at both realistically). I also tried surfing goofy recently, but settled very much on regular for that in much the same vein (I am also trash at surfing it must be said!) I wonder if the surf stance is because of the shift from laying down to standing up, whereas the others are all from an already standing position?! It’s all very interesting stuff.
JunkeeThrottler danielsapp's article
Oct 10, 2020 at 9:07
Oct 10, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: Which Foot Do You Ride With Forward?
@iantmcg: right handed but have coped relatively well with my left in the past whilst in cast/sling.
JunkeeThrottler danielsapp's article
Oct 9, 2020 at 12:37
Oct 9, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: Which Foot Do You Ride With Forward?
Your rear foot is your weight bearing foot; your lead foot more directional - think similarly to riding a board (brain and brawn feet) Your rear foot also allows more ‘push’ sideways though whips, cutties etc., and is often easier to put weight onto when dropping feet through corners. There is no right (other than ‘not left’) or wrong, but understanding the different tasks each foot performs can help massively in unpicking your riding strengths and weaknesses. Bike: r/f fwd (Goofy) Skate: goofy & mongo Snowboard: goofy Surf: reg. Go figure.
Oct 19, 2018 at 9:05
Oct 19, 2018
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