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Rockshox Reba RL A9, 110mm, Remote Lockout

$250 GBP
These have been removed from a brand new 2021 Model bike after 30 miles use. Genuine 'As new' condition. 2021 Rockshox Reba RL A9, 110m travel, 15 X 110 TA. Steerer length 175mm. All details in attached picture from Rochshox site verifying serial number. Will post at buyers cost

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Apr 3, 2021

Specialized XC XS 26”

$625 GBP
A super-light aggressive trail bike perfect for teenager or small adult. Only selling as my son has outgrown it. (has fitted him growing from under 4’6 to 5’6) we have had this bike for 3 years and modernised / upgraded almost all components. Original spec 2x10 SLX Drivetrain / Shifters and Deore Brakes included extra with the sale. Fork and Shock will require service soon. Collection only, willing to meet within reason Aberdeenshire/Moray/Angus. Open to reasonable offers. 2012 Specialized XC Frame - Size XS , 26” Wheels Fox Float R 100m Rockshox Reba SL 120mm Mavic Crossmax Wheelset c/w Maxxis Minion DHF and High Roller2 both EXO, TR, 2.3 (tyres nearly new) Full SRAM X1 Drivetrain 28T : 11x42 Nukeproof Neutron Evo Flat Pedals SRAM Guide RS Brakes KS Dropzone seatpost 120mm (under saddle grip operated, nearly new) WTB Rocket Saddle DMR Deathgrip Grips (nearly new) BX Alloy Stem 60mm and Bars 740mm Enduroguard front mud guard Elite Bottle Cage

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Apr 3, 2018 at 10:05
Apr 3, 2018

Commencal Meta AM HT

$795 GBP
Frame: 2017 Commencal Meta AM HT All parts are in good or very good condition - frame, bearings and wheelset are in as new condition The bike was built in summer last year and has been ridden less than 100 easy miles. Commencal Size Large so in reality it a Medium to everyone else, I am 5ft 9in tall, 30in inseam and it fits perfectly Fork: RockShox Revelation RL Solo Air 140mm QR15 Tapered Pedals not included in sale Bottom Bracket: XT (Threaded) Cranks: Shimano SLX Hollowtech with 24/38t Chain Rings Font Mech: SLX Shifter, XT Derailleur Rear Shifter: XT Shifter and Derailleur (Shadow Plus) Cassette: XT 11-36 10 spd Chain: XTR Wheelset: Shimano MT35, 27.5, Centrelock, QR15 100m Front / QR Skewer 135mm Rear Tyres: High Roller 2, 3c, Max Terra, Exo, (currently set up tubeless) Brake Levers: Shimano SLX Brake Callipers: Shimano SLX Brake Rotors: Shimano RT-81 Ice Tech – Front 180mm, Rear 160mm Brake pads: Alfine at Rear, Titanium up Front Handlebar: Giant Contact 780mm Headset: FSA Orbit 1.5 Stem: Truvative 50mm Grips: Renthal Lock-on Soft Saddle: WTB Volt Comp Seat Post: KS Super Natural Remote

Jan 12, 2017 at 9:30
Jan 12, 2017
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Dec 13, 2016 at 15:28
Dec 13, 2016
This photo was taken just above the rim of corrie fee in glen clova. A stiff hike a bike to get over Mayar then descend the kilbo path. I rekon the corrie fee trail would go in descent but it's a steeeep rough 400m decent where at many points a mistake would be unthinkable.

Nov 30, 2016 at 7:49
Nov 30, 2016

Kona 134DL – Proven All-Mountain Weapon

$1250 GBP
Upgraded is an understatement. Besides the frame, the only part remaining from the original bike is the seatpost clamp. LBS has just replaced headset and BB, bike is packed ready for shipping to a new owner. Genuine Reason for Sale – I have purchased a new rig, next year I am focusing on racing Enduro and developing my skills on aggressive downhill terrain in general. This has been my only bike for nearly two years, owned since new. I have total confidence with the reliability of this machine. With absolutely no mechanical issues in 2500km and 50,000m of full-on riding not one component has let me down, the entire build compliments as a whole unit with proof of the all-round capability, I have a trophy-case of notable Strava Rides, Segment Placements, Top-Tens and KoMs to back it up including ; Various day long true all-mountain rides in the Cairngorms, laps on the Fort William WC DH Track, Winter Snow Rides, Autumn Slop Fests, Local Steep Rocky Technical Test-pieces, ‘Enduro’-Style Natural Trails, Trail Centre Single Tracks, XC suffer-fests, not to mention the understated climbing ability and ease of cruising firetrack access ascents. This bike has seen some utterly incredible adventures so there are scratches to the paintwork and scrapes to the frame/chain-stays at the places usually excepted. The frame-set is 100% sound, the only mentionable ‘damage’ is the chain-stay non-drive-side ‘groove’ created by movement of the brake line under compression/release, a notorious problem throughout the Process range. This I caught early and a simple piece of gorilla tape changed once every 6 months eliminates this as an issue. It is worth noting that the 150mm Pike RTC3 Fork knocks back the Head-tube angle more than ½deg with next to no effect on the BB height or climbing ability. This change is renowned amongst Process 134 aficionados as being the most significant upgrade enhancing overall capability and performance across the board from original spec Process 134’s, I most certainly agree with this. Kona says: Creating the perfect Enduro bike is an exercise in finding the perfect balance between geometry, pedal efficiency, rolling resistance, travel, weight, stiffness, durability, price, the list goes on. With our Process 134 DL, we set out to find that ideal balance. Oversized bearings for ultimate suspension performance; Low BB, tweaked leverage rate curve so the bike stays high in the travel and pedals smoothly. Shortest possible chain-stays for a nimble, responsive ride, Increased the front centre with a slack 68-degree head-tube angle, longer top-tubes and a short (40mm) stem. The result is a stiff, precise handling ride that’s stable at high speeds. With the Process 134 DL set-up as below, it is without doubt far beyond the manufacturer’s original perception of the ‘ideal balance’. Frame Kona Process 134DL, 2014, 6061 Aluminium Butted, 134mm Travel Size M Paint Colour Matt Black & Cyan Rear Shock 2016 RockShox Monarch RT3 Debonair Fork RockShox 2016 Pike RTC3 Solo Air 150mm QR15 Tapered Crank-arms Shimano XT M8000 Chain-ring Shimano XT M8000 30t B/B Shimano Press Fit 92 Pedals n/a Chain Shimano XTR Cassette Shimano XT M8000 11-42t R/D Shimano XT M8000 11sp Shadow Plus Shifters Shimano XT M8000 11sp I-Spec-ii Brake Levers Shimano XT M8000 Dynasis Brake Calipers Shimano XT M8000 c/w Ice Tech Resin Pads Front Brake Rotor Shimano XT/Saint RT81 Ice Tech - 180mm (centerlock) Rear Brake Rotor Shimano XT/Saint RT81 Ice Tech - 180mm (centerlock) Headset Currently FSA Orbit 1.5 ZS No.57E Handlebar Easton Haven Carbon Riser – 750mm x 20mm rise Stem Easton Haven 40mm Seatpost 2016 RockShox Reverb Stealth – 125mm Drop, RH Remote (underslung on left side) Seat Clamp Kona Clamp Grips ODI Motion Elite Saddle WTB Volt Team (graphics colour coded to frame) Front Hub Shimano XT M8000 QR15 Rear Hub Shimano XT M8000 142x12mm Spokes Shimano Black Rims Shimano 27.5 M8020 (Trail/Enduro) 28mm rim width - ETRTO: 584 x 24 C Front Tire Schwalbe Magic Mary 27.5x2.35" TrailStar Snakeskin - Tubeless Rear Tire Schwalbe Hans Dampf 27.5x2.35" TrailStar Snakeskin - Tubeless Extras Heaps of spares / original parts / extras will be thrown-in, too many to list

Oct 5, 2016 at 7:23
Oct 5, 2016
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