Liamcrook

I love all disciplines of cycling, mainly for fun but I do enjoy the odd event.
Keen for dh in my old age

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Sep 4, 2018 at 9:17
Sep 4, 2018
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Sep 4, 2018 at 8:55
Sep 4, 2018

Specialized Enduro Evo Expert -180mm Boxxer & Ohlins

$1600 GBP
Specialized Enduro Evo Expert 650b bought new in 2016, most parts stock apart from reverb, grips and rear tyre. Fork lowers serviced and seals replaced last month & shock assessed by Ohlins tech at a recent race. 180mm travel each end with the ploughing ability of the Boxxer fork (Firm (red) spring) perfectly complimented by the supple control of the Ohlins TTX, this bike is a gravity machine, however, the steep seat angle, reasonably wide gear range (for a gravity bike!) of 11-36t on a 36t chainring and the addition of a reverb also allow it to climb where no uplift is available. Have raced DH and Enduro on it as well as a point to point guided trek across the alps, gravity is it's main agenda for sure, great bike for our UK style of winch and plummet riding. Has seen a fair bit of use, polished cranks, heel rub on the stays, cable rub, the usual stuff, have changed BB, headset bearings, jockey wheels and chain, not a show bike but looked after to ensure reliability. Rear tyre is past it's prime, no pedals supplied and there is a faint rumble of front wheel bearing wear, perfectly suitable to ride away today though. Full original spec: https://www.specialized.com/gb/en/enduro-expert-evo-650b/p/106412

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Aug 21, 2018 at 9:29
Aug 21, 2018
Selling
Aug 21, 2018 at 9:21
Aug 21, 2018

Orange Segment, Black, size L, Monarch RT3 Debonair

$640 GBP
Orange Segment, Black, size L, Monarch RT3 Debonair custom tuned. Bought new from Tredz in March 2017, intermittent use due to an unreliable shock at first but they upgraded me to a debonair with a custom tune in Oct 2017. Has not been used since June, moved components to new frame. Up to date geometry, roomy 460mm reach and 68deg head angle (relaxed for 110mm travel), boost 148 rear end, a bike that loves to get rowdy but can also be ridden all day with no bother. Has the usual cable rub, scratches and rock strikes, it's been ridden often but well fettled. Has full decal set on, black on black for stealth. Frame comes with monarch RT3 debonair shock fitted, spare X fusion shock and hardware (unused, bought out of despair when I had problems with first monarch), headset cups fitted (bearings were a bit rough so in the bin), seat clamp and matching saddle. If you're not familiar with this model, full spec and links to reviews here: https://www.orangebikes.co.uk/archive/2017/segment_rs/ https://www.bikeradar.com/mtb/gear/category/bikes/mountain-bikes/full-suspension/product/orange-segment-rs-review-50740/ Cash/instant transfer on collection preferred but can post if required.

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Snow Handers with Vincent Tupin
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