Nov 7, 2018 at 11:08Nov 7, 2018
Build Component details: - Frame: Carbon DMC-G with Integrated Skid Plate and Integrated Cable Routing - Rear Travel 165mm & Geometry can be changed with flipchip. - 2015 Fox36 fork - 160 mm travel - Rear shock is a Rockshox rc3+ monach debonair - 165mm - 1x10 XT shimano drivetrain; added wolftooth 42th cassette big ring to make climbing easy, Saint shifter. - Saint cranks - recently replaced bottom bracket - Shimano XTR brakes- fresh bleed and new pads; 203mm rotor on front 180 rear - Carbon Chromag bars - Dropper seat post: Rockshox reverb 125 - Wheelset is a Raceface turbine 30mm internal width - better than OEM. - Ethirteen TRS Race (sticky) front tire - awesome on wet roots; rear tire is a Maxxis Aggressor with good tread remaining. - saddle: wtb volt - Normal wear and tear but in good shape mechanically and no frame cracks. - Frame has been clear taped to minimize scratches. Would consider trade for a comparable level DH bike so we could trade. Ping me if you want more pics or want to make an offer. I'm in Greenlake, Seattle area and in Issaquah regularly.
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Mar 12, 2015 at 21:54Mar 12, 2015
Mar 12, 2015 at 21:50Mar 12, 2015
I have a 2013 Jamis Ventura Sport road bike (mens) it's a 56 CM frame. It's in great condition. I got it last year and it has not been ridden much. The sized is for someone 5'8-6'0. Attached is the spec sheet. It rides smoothly and a nice all round bike. Could be a good commuter bike. Save a few hundred and get this one, it needs get it out on the roads as I don't have time to ride it :) Clipless pedals not included but I do have some normal pedals included.
Oct 1, 2012 at 11:43Oct 1, 2012
2003 Marzocchi Marathon S – 105mm travel XC fork Light use. installed in 2007 new on a backup hardtail bike. Oil and seals done once and its in good shape. One of Lower fork legs is scratched due to rubbing on my friends bike rack. The uppers are in excellent condition which is what counts. Steertube is 1&1/8th diameter and 7 & 1/8th long. 9mm dropouts for axle. local pick up seattle/bellevue/issaqah area - 1-side: ETA, Open bath - HSCV Cartridge - 1&1/8th head tube - Spring Type: Dual Coil - Travel: 105mm Travel - Arch/Sliders: Magnesium Monolite 1-piece Arch+Sliders - Stanchions: (Inner Legs) 30mm Alloy Tapered Tubes - Steer Tube: Alloy XC - Disc Brake Mount: XC INTL STD 6" Rotor Setup - Drop Out Type: Standard 9MM
Aug 22, 2012 at 13:52Aug 22, 2012
2009 Kona Coilair Deluxe Freeride bike - 17" frame Climbs trails well and then rips it up coming down. Bike is in good condition. Purchased new in 2011. • 17" Frame (medium) • Fork: FOX 36 RC2 160mm travel - really nice smooth fork. • Rear shock: Fox RP2 w propedal • Drive train: Shimano SLX + XT rear derailler • Brakes: Shimano SLX hydraulic disc -- upgraded front rotor to 8" • Magic Link: Descending -- (188mm of travel) two springs in series work together for soft initial spring rate that progressively increases, slackening the geometry and lengthening the chainstays for stable high-speed handling • Magic Link: Climbing -- (125mm of travel) Pedal forces disengage the secondary spring for a firm, bob-free ride, reducing travel, steepening the head and seat tube angles, and shortening the chainstays. If you want more specs, here's the build link or email me and I'll send you more info... make me a reasonable offer. http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/BikeSpecs.aspx?Year=2009&Brand=Kona&Model=Coilair+Deluxe&Type=bike
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