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Oct 3, 2017 at 15:57
Oct 3, 2017

Transition Bank Medium Dirt Jumper - M custom DJ

$1200 USD
For sale is my 2010 Transition Bank dirt jumper - size Medium. This is a sweet custom build that is in great condition. Parts include: Transition Bank Frame X-Fusion Velvet fork Sram XO carbon cranks Profile Racing Elite hubs DT Swiss XR2.4D rims Avid Elixir 5 rear brake Deity bars Thompson stem Kenda tires Rear brake was recently bled and feels great. Some small scuffs on the chain stays. Pedals will be included. Only issue is that the fork has a very slow air leak. You can easily pump it up before riding and it will do fine. However, I will also be including a full X-Fusion seal kit for the fork. This is a beautiful bike that is a blast to ride but unfortunate circumstances are forcing me to sell. Feel free to contact me with any questions. Open to reasonable offers or possibly trades for a trail/all-mountain bike + cash on my end.

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Kona Tanuki 130mm 26in Full Suspension Trail Mountain Bike S

$750 USD
Up for sale is a lightly used 2012 Kona Tanuki aluminum full suspension trail mountain bike. This bike is in great shape and functions almost perfectly. Suspension and drivetrain were cleaned and lubed every 3-4 rides. The bike also just had a full tune-up and deep clean, as well as a NEW chain put on. Pedals pictured will be included. The bike is a size 18/medium. This would make a great beginner or even intermediate trail/all-mountain bike. This was my first mountain bike and it handled both the rocky, technical terrain of Colorado (where I go to school) as well as the dirt cross-country trails of Michigan (where I grew up). The bike has normal wear and tear from riding. See pictures for details. It should also be noted that the rear shock does NOT lock out. Sag and rebound are adjustable and it functions fine, it just cannot be locked out. This has never been a problem for me. Highlights include: RockShox Tora 130mm travel fork Kona/Fastrax AF2 rear shock Shimano Drivetrain Shimano Hydraulic disc brakes 180/160 front/rear Maxxis Ardent 26x2.25 tires front/rear 68 degree Head Tube Angle 13.7” Bottom Bracket height Full details and specs can be found here: Feel free to contact me with any questions or for specific pictures.

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