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Sep 9, 2022 at 6:42
Sep 9, 2022

Specialized Diverge EVO Comp

$1400 USD
The bike is solid and in great mechanical condition (maintained by me, engineer), a few minor scuffs and scratches (pictured). About 800 miles according to Strava. Got another bike and I have one too many rigs. Bike is currently set up with a 46cm Surly Corner Bar and shorter stem (pictured). This is included in the list price, as are the stock aluminum flat bar and original stem (also pictured from a while ago). Note: the flat bar came stock at 750mm, I cut it to 720 as that was too wide for my use case (I run 780 bars on my FS MTB for reference). -Set up tubeless w/ original Rhombus Pro’s 700x42 (tread at 90%+) - tires are very grippy and sturdy, measure 700x43.5 on calipers. Never had a flat. Frame clearance up to 700x47. -SRAM NX 1x11 10-42T (w/ newish KMC chain) - keep it clean and tuned and you won’t have any issues -Praxis threaded BB with Praxis 172.5 cranks and 40T chainring, serviced by me a few months ago -Tektro M290 hydraulics, 180mm front SRAM rotor (upgrade by me) and original 160mm rotor rear. Stops on a dime. -Pads have a ton of life left -Trans X dropper, 50mm -Future shock 1.5 set up with the firm spring, will include the medium spring as well (lost the soft spring but I didn’t miss it) -Axis Elite 700c AL wheelset w/ HD drive, 21mm internal width. I’ve been impressed with how sturdy they are. -Geometry numbers: https://www.specialized.com/us/en/diverge-expert-e5-evo/p/199972?color=322110-199972 This thing is a ripper offroad with a longer wheelbase and slacker (70* HTA) than the regular Diverge, but still fast on pavement and mild gravel, even more so if you throw on some file treads. 90% use was 10-20 mile fast rips to and through nearby woods and a few 50-100km gravel grinders, raced one XC MTB race (1st place) with the flat bar. Also great vacation bike, rides with family, pub runs, etc. Very versatile and fast. For reference a new Diverge EVO frameset is $1700 (w/ future shock 2.0) Pedals are NOT included. Prefer local pickup in central Connecticut US, otherwise buyer pays for shipping (TBD). PayPal or cash.

Sep 5, 2022 at 3:22
Sep 5, 2022
quotes Drop dial
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