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May 7, 2019 at 16:48
May 7, 2019

Pivot Mach 6 Carbon - Custom Build

$4100 USD
Overview and History: I bought the frame and all of the parts brand new in July of 2018. The bike was built through Frame Up Bikes in Walnut Creek California. The bike was ridden throughout the summer and fall on trail rides about twice a week. The bike was left unridden October through April, only maybe getting ridden 3 times a month tops. Looking to try something new as there are so many other great bikes being released nowadays. For a single bike to do everything, this is definitely a solid choice with the current build spec. Build Specification: Frame: Pivot Mach 6 Carbon – Large – Teal/red – 27.5 Fork: RockShox Lyrik RC2 – Charger 2 – Red – 170mm Shock: Fox Float X2 – Black – 155mm of rear wheel travel Wheels: DT Swiss 350 hubs – DT Swiss EX471 32h rims – DT Swiss Competition spokes Drivetrain: SRAM GX Eagle – Truvativ Descendant 170mm cranks 32t chainring Brakes: SRAM Guide RSC – Black – 200mm and 180mm rotors Seat post: RockShox Reverb Stealth – 170mm – 1x lever Cockpit: ODI Flow grips – Gamut stem – Renthal 30mm rise 770mm width bars – WTB Silverado saddle Rubber: Schwalbe Magic Marry 2.35 – Specialized Butcher 2.3 Bearings: SRAM PF92 BB – Cane Creek 110 headset Mechanics and Maintenance: This bike has undergone normal maintenance. Frame bearings were replaced in October, hubs and headset have been serviced regularly and the fork has had 2 lowers services. The shock was overhauled by Fox in September. Wheels were custom built and are straight and true. The seat post has only seen a 50hr service but does not suffer from any notable squish. The drivetrain is clean and shifts well with no issues. The brake pads were replaced in October. Brakes were recently bled and rotors are true. Cosmetics: The bike was wrapped in 3M Scotch Guard vinyl when it was new. The downtube has no paint scratches and the top tube is clean under the vinyl. The chainstays are the only places of clear coat loss but are hardly noticeable. No cracks or huge paint chips etc. The fork lowers show the worst cosmetic wear. All blemishes are pictured. Fork and shock stickers were removed from day 1. Additional Information: I kept this bike in very good condition and I’m sad to have to let it go. I’ve had a Nomad and a Mach 5.5 and I think this is a very good middle ground for a trail bike. It never feels like too much bike and rarely ever feels like not enough. I have many other tires I can swap out and I believe I have a pair of ENVE DH bars I could swap out for the Renthals. Please text me with any questions for the quickest response. Thanks, Drew

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Apr 8, 2018

Specialized S-Works Demo 8 XL custom

$3850 USD
Bought this bike a year ago and rode it over the summer and a handful of times last spring. The most fun and capable DH bike I've ever ridden. If you are 6 feet and over you should be on an XL the large is way too small in the top tube for most people. The Color is originally the carbon/yellow color but I vinyl wrapped it the pink color. In addition, I covered that with matte clear protective vinyl to keep the frame as scratch free as possible. Under all the vinyl is basically a brand new frame. If you are interested I can always peel off all the vinyl when it comes time to sell. Mechanically everything is in good shape. The shock was rebuilt over the summer. Fork seals and brake fluid was just replaced. Wheels are true and frame bearings were replaced regularly. The drivetrain has no issues. Spec: S-Works XL Frame black/yellow (currently pink/black vinyl) RockShox Vivid Air RockShox Boxxer WC Sram Guide Ultimate Brakes Sram X01 DH drivetrain Hope Pro 4 hubs DT Swiss 471 wheels Specialized Butcher tires SDG Ti-Fly saddle Thompson post E*Thirteen LG1 R guide Renthal bars ODI grips Chris King Headset Shoot me a Text with any questions you might have. I also have different shocks/bars/tires to replace current parts. Thanks for looking! Drew

Apr 8, 2018 at 15:40
Apr 8, 2018

Pivot Mach 5.5

$4200 USD
Putting my beloved Pivot Mach 5.5 up for sale. Bought this bike back in January and it is by far the most playful and poppy bikes around. Corners like a dream and pedals efficiently uphills. If you only want one bike this one fits the bill. I built this from the Frame Up which is why it has such a unique spec. The bike has been meticulously maintained and cleaned and is in prime mechanical shape. I chose to cover all blue logos with black vinyl and de-sticker all the parts I could. Clear protective vinyl has been in place on the top and down tube since day 1 so no scratches there. The shock was just serviced by Fox and I had a lower service done on the fork. Reverb had about 4mm of squish and had that serviced and gotten rid of. Wheels are true with bearing care done regularly. Brakes will be bled and pads and tires have plenty of life left on them. "Normal" tires are on the bike currently because I don't care for the vagueness of 2.6/plus tires. Specs: Pivot Mach 5.5 Frame Black/Blue (vinyled and blacked out) Fox Float X2 Shock RockShox Lyrik RCT3 160mm Fork Sram X01 11spd Drivetrain (cranks, shifter, derailleur, cassette) Sram Guide RSC brakes (200/180mm rotor) RockShox Reverb 170mm dropper with new lever Chris King Headset Enve Minaar Bars ODI Grips Silverado Ti saddle Hope Pro 4 Hubs DT Swiss 471 32h Wheels Maxxis DHF 2.5/HRii 2.4 tires If you have any Questions or concerns please reach out and shoot me a text. Happy talk about the bike and answer any questions! Drew

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